Tyler is a city located in central Smith County, Texas, United States. In terms of both population and land area, Tyler is by far the largest city in Smith County, of which it is the county seat, and has long been the region's major economic, educational, financial, medical, and cultural hub. The city is named for John Tyler, the tenth President of the United States. Tyler had a population of 96,900 in 2010, according to the United States Census Bureau, and Tyler's 2014 estimated population was 107,405. It is 100 miles (160 km) east-southeast of Dallas. Tyler is the principal city of the Tyler Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a population of 209,714 in 2010, and is the regional center of the Tyler-Jacksonville combined statistical area, which had a population of 260,559 in 2010.
Things to do in Tyler
4.5 based on 382 reviews
Experience fine dining in the exceptional ambiance of the Restaurant at Kiepersol. Our rustic elegance is perfect for your special evening out, a great party, or just a night out of mingling at our bar and lounge. We serve only the finest foods available from USDA Prime steaks to the freshest seafood. Our wine cellar proudly displays hand-selected, world renowned wines to complement your meal. We are sure you will Experience Excellence at Kiepersol.
Kiepersol is a vineyard restaurant. We go rarely and only to celebrate special occasions. It has excellent food, ambiance and service. Check the menu prices before going to the trouble to drive all the way out there.Hello! In order to maintain the high level of excellence in service, food quality and ambiance Kiepersol is known for, we are constantly shopping and comparing prices but refuse to provide an inferior product to our customer. We hope to see you again soon! Cheers!
4.5 based on 997 reviews
Stanley's is the oldest operating mom and pop BBQ joint in Tyler, serving up true, pit smoked BBQ for over 55 years. Come try our perfect brisket, baby back ribs, Turkey, fresh sausage, and pulled pork in a fun and family friendly atmosphere! Stanley's offers some other selections such as fish tacos and even has vegetarian items. Also be sure to try our two most popular sandwiches - The Mother Clucker and Brother-in-law. We have a newly renovated, covered, and enclosed patio where you can catch live music 6 nights a week. The patio is also now equipped with a full-bar that features Texas spirits, draft beer, and a nice selection of over 70 bourbons. We take pride to produce all our barbecue and sides fresh each day, so we occasionally sell out due to heavy and unanticipated guest traffic. Call ahead if you want to make sure we have something you're looking for! We also offer catering services for your next event. See you soon! Be kind and have fun!
Finally made it to Stanley's as we work our way along the ever changing Texas Monthly Top 50 list. SFPBBQ did not disappoint My go to is a two meat plate consisting of lean sliced brisket and burnt ends. Both were done to perfection. Decided to try the ribs too. Equally great. Texas Monthly definitely got this one right.
One tiny quibble. The first young lady who attempted to take our order gave me a totally blank stare when I asked for Burnt Ends. I finally had to ask her if she had any idea what I was talking about. She admitted she didn't. When she sought advice from the other order taker and this other person understood Burnt Ends, we moved over the the second person to complete our transaction. You would think a top notch Q joint like this one would make certain that the first person a customer meets on arrival would understand Q and all its nuances.
4.5 based on 374 reviews
There are 3 aspects of having a great evening at a restaurant - service, quality of food, and PRICE! FDs has them all in spades. We got there early (5:30) which I highly suggest, and were attended to immediately by Emily. We were served our wine and water promptly and about ten minutes later, our hot meals were presented. I had the delicious "Alaskan Fish and Chips", a friend had the "Salmon and Kale" salad, another served was sirloin and tilapia, another was served a shrimp dish and to top it off, a huge crystal bowl of ice cream, a carmel sauce and a pouring of hot chocolate sauce. No one left anything on their plates. The prices of each dish was the greatest surprise of all. VERY reasonably priced, especially for a dinner meal. To be as busy as they were, the organization of the staff was amazing. Emily concentrated on our needs - more wine, more water or tea. Another set of staff delivered the meals to the table. This left Emily free to help us. FDs does not take reservations. They had a waiting lobby when we left. We shall return to FD since they achieved all the aspects of a quality restaurant.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
Clear Springs Seafood Restaurant is a standout. An authentic restaurant located on Broadway. Clear Springs serves up a variety of western specialties including delicious seafood, steaks and hearty burgers. Don't forget about our World Famous Onion Rings.
Great food. Fresh and finger licking good. Staff is friendly and helpful. Suggestion were made by wait staff. Love the cheese, chilli, and chip dip. Great value.
4.5 based on 348 reviews
Met with friends. We have been going to Villa Montez in Tyler Texas since they first opened nearly 11 years ago. Tyler is in a building boom currently with an influx of chain restaurants. Villa Montez has been consistent with awesome food and old world charm atmosphere. It is in a historical mansion that has been consistently decorated with art and furniture. The small room behind the bar is where we choose to enjoy a cozy dinner. There is a downstairs cellar, 2 upper rooms for private gatherings, three dining rooms and an expansive patio. Privately owned by Chef Carlos Villapuda and his brother Mundo. Excellent service and staff!!!
4.5 based on 309 reviews
With all the different varieties of burger places you can go to, this one still tops them all just by the simplicity of a homemade, delicious burger.
4 based on 262 reviews
Went for Saturdsy dinner and the parking lot was packed. Inside was a wait but bar area was first come first served and we were able get a table immediately. Chips and Salsa were very good. Ask for the creamy jalapeno dip. Good was okay. Had a so/so Chile relleno with an enchilada Lots of sauce options . Wife had soup. Really liked the charro beans. Tortillas are good. Service was okay. Had decent drinks at bar. Probably try again.
4.5 based on 183 reviews
This location is not as easy to find as it's tucked away in the back of a rambling shopping area. Menu is quite varied for a Mediterranean-themed cuisine. Service was excellent with attentive wait-staff and daily menu selections. The olive oil/chopped mushroom topping for bread was delish! Outdoor patio dining is especially nice. It's a bit pricier than other restaurants but worth it.
4 based on 386 reviews
I could live the rest of my life on their chips and salsa and nothing else. Those alone are worth the trip. But my other all-time favorite is their cheese enchiladas. My son loves the queso. My husband loves the chicken quesadillas. Everything is good. But the chips and salsa are phenomenal!
4.5 based on 138 reviews
In town to visit my daughter at college. We needed somewhere that was pet friendly but also where we could visit without so much noise and distraction. September in Texas can still be very hot, but the patio was pet friendly and very comfortable. The food was amazing!!! She ordered pizza, I had a panini with pasta salad and we shared artichoke dip! We will be back....with our dog!!!
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