Royse City is a city in Rockwall County in the U.S. state of Texas. It also extends into Collin and Hunt counties. The population was 2,957 at the 2000 census, rising to 9,349 in 2010. The estimated population in 2016 was 12,093.
Things to do in Royse City
5 based on 21 reviews
A nice restaurant. The smells of the smoke inside and out tease your senses the whole time. Not too strong though. Clean spacious restaurant. Very nice and helpful staff. The menu is somewhat basic to the point of being almost perfect. Not too busy. They don't try too hard to over do anything. It's just about right. The quesadilla appetizer was made with very fresh ingredients. Not greasy at all. The brisket and ribs were good. I would not travel across the metroplex for the ribs or brisket but if you're in the area they are good. Ribs were tough on our visit. Next time I'm in the area I'll try them again and will know if they are always the same as I had this visit. Side times were all good. Mac and cheese and loaded baked potato :) very good. Looks like Richard has a great place here in an out of the way area.
5 based on 8 reviews
I bring my 3 yr old here almost every weekend. Friendly environment and great tasting donuts. Great place to stop at with the family and have some donuts.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Friendly, local Main St spot with lots of flavored coffee drinks. All homemade food and sweets: breakfast wraps, salads, sandwiches, jumbo muffins, cake slices, scones and cookies. Good for solos, friends and groups.
4 based on 65 reviews
So I tried this place and so happy I did! I have been searching for a favorite Mexican place and finally found it! Try the brisket enchiladas!!!!!! Wow so good! Actually everything we have tried is good.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Really good country kitchen and cold beer. Chicken fried steak, chopped steak, and pork chops were pretty darn good. Pinto beans are very good. Good friendly service, didn't have to wait long at all on a Saturday evening. I would have given 4 stars except that we were inside by the back patio and the flies were bad.
4 based on 78 reviews
Typically I do not write a poor review without making sure its viable. Soulmans BBQ in Royse City has lost touch with its roots. The service and the food have declined over the last six months. I used to frequent the establishment regularly, but that is no longer the case. The rest rooms have become terrible and almost obscene. Soulmans allows tractor trailer rigs to park overnight in a parking lot adjacent to the restaurant and that may or may not be the cause. Service has become non engaging and has a lack of personality. The food has become almost tasteless and blase and greasy. The dinning area is dirty and needs a good cleaning. I know that they are doing well as they continue to open new stores in the surrounding areas and that could be part of the demise. Their service trucks in and around Royse City have no regards for traffic laws and are just plain rude and dangerous. At one time I enjoyed what the delivered but no longer. I will head into Rockwall and use a different BBQ company. Sad.
5 based on 7 reviews
All the ambiance of the old style bakeries where you went after school to buy a cookie to eat on the way home. Everything is so fresh! Pies with 3-4" high meringue, small decorated individual cakes, and a menu board full of various cookie types. My favorites - Cream cheese & raspberry, and coconut & pecan. Cranberry and white chocolate chip scones - oh my. A constant flow of foot traffic depletes the selections because everybody loves the fresh taste of what was made by hand the night before. We go several times a month and also like to get several dozen of the cookies for special occasions. Don't pass up a chance to try something but be warned - it is habit forming (in a very good way).
5 based on 12 reviews
telephone # is 972-635-6336
We stop in at least once a week. From the brisket, to the pulled pork, to the bacon cheeseburger, I am never disappointed. The first time we ate there, I was blown away by the food, the atmosphere and the owner. Larry knows what he's doing and I'm so glad he chose my hood to open his restaurant!
4 based on 16 reviews
We have not been to a Denny's in a long time, but when our grandkids wanted pancakes, we thought of Denny's. We were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the breakfast foods and discovered kids eat free during certain evening hours. The restaurant was clean and the service was good. Great place for breakfast at any time of the day at a very good value.
4 based on 10 reviews
If you're within a decent driving distance, this is the kind of place you should make a trip to Royse City to enjoy. It doesn't look like a Mexican restaurant, but they serve you chips and salsa (very tasty) when you're seated. Then I had the quesadillas. Wow! About the best I've ever had. I saw someone getting the catfish--a plateful of food. If I had been really hungry tonight I could have had the bottomless enchiladas special. I love hometown, locally run restaurants, and I finally found a good one. What else do you often get at a good small town restaurant? Great drink specials--for my visit they had $1 draft Dos Equis and Bud, and $3 margaritas. If you're familiar with the area, you may notice this is in a place that used to be Mariscos Del Golfo Seafood Restaurant. Now Main Street Cafe and Grill, it's a great find in downtown Royse City, and I know I'll be going back.
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