18 Exciting Reasons to Love Downtown Grapevine

Grapevine, Texas1. Frozen red sangria at Farina’s Winery and Café – Farina’s is always worth the stop in. Even if you don’t eat, you can sit at the bar and enjoy one of the best beverages in town.

2. Shopping at Main Street Station – there is something for everyone at Main Street Station. You can find collections of vintage Texas merchandise, gourmet foods, old fashioned candies, and so much more.

3. A visit to Holy Grounds – this coffee shop and book store carries over 100 flavors of coffee and plenty of inspirational Christian books to choose from.

4. Cassie’s Frozen Yogurt – the perfect complement to a walk down Main Street is a cup of frozen yogurt. Cassie’s has a bunch of unique flavors that are always fun to try.

5. A burger at Jake’s Hamburger’s (placeholder)– Jake’s has not even opened yet, but it will soon and it will be a great reason to love downtown.

6. A margarita at Esparza’s – one of the strongest margaritas you will ever taste. We highly recommend it.

7. Farmers Market – the farmers market is openThursday through Saturday (seasonally) and carries fresh fruit and vegetables along with a host of other local goods.

8. Grapevine Cigar and Tobacco Shop – this is a cool cigar shop that is good for gifts for any cigar lover.

9. Great American West Gallery – this art gallery shows off many distinct paintings and sculptures representing the oldwest. It is great for art lovers and for those that would like to add to their collections.

10. Visit South Prairie Market and Eatery – You can dine in or pick up some local goods and take them home to eat. Either way, you can visit with Will, the owner, and learn a lot about the city of Grapevine and its history.

Grapevine, Texas11. Palace Theatre – this historic theatre hosts the Grapevine Opry on Saturday nights. It is also home to vintage movies that run about once a week.

12. Little Orange Fish – a little boutique shop for kids carries clothes, toys, and more. They also have a cool website (Little Orange Fish) if you cannot make it to downtown Grapevine.

13. Shopping at Beyond the Red Door – this little shop carries great home décor along with a bunch of great gift ideas. It is always worth a visit.

Grapevine, Texas14. A bowl of chili at Tolbert’s – the authentic Texas chili is legendary here. We love it.

15. A glass of wine at Into the Glass – this wine bar is not only serves up great tasting wines, but great food as well. And you can stick around for the live music in the evenings (Thursday through Saturday).

16. Visit the Torian Cabin in Liberty Park – you can get a sense of Grapevine’s history through this cabin that was built in 1845 and moved to Grapevine’s Main Street in 1976.

17. Shop at Merry’s Christmas and Clowns – with a name like this how can you not stop in for a visit?

18. Stop in for a cold beverage at the Tap-In Grill & Pub.

6 Comments

  1. Way to add a chain restaurant that isn’t even open yet!

    • It’s a placeholder.

      And we are excited about Jake’s coming to Main Street.

  2. So excited that our store was listed…thank you from all of us at Main St Station

  3. Thank you for mentioning Beyond the Red Door….we enjoy visiting with all our customers!

  4. So disappointing to see placeholders for businesses that are not open yet (Happy to have Jake’s coming to town, but seemed out of place) when there are so many other places worthy of mention. There are so many great things that were left out of this piece of ‘news’.
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    If this was an article, then it did an injustice to the many other great restaurants, shops, galleries and attractions in Grapevine. It this is an advertisement paid for by those mentioned, then it should say so. Readers are savvier than you think.

    • It is not an advertisement paid by anyone or else it would say so. I’m sorry you did not like the article.