Family Friendly Restaurants in Grapevine

Head down to any of the family-friendly centers below for some quality time with your loved ones and be sure to enjoy some fantastic family moments as you create beautiful memories.

Fireside pies

In 2004, fireside pies was born in an old cottage on historic Henderson Avenue in Dallas. Today, fireside pies is a collection of intimate neighborhood restaurants dedicated to serving outstanding artisan pizzas made in hot wood-fired ovens, as well as items that naturally complement pizza. Each fireside pies restaurant mirrors the character of its neighborhood so no two are the same but all evoke the soul of heartfelt rustic cooking, genuine hospitality, and the joyous spirit of a great gathering place.

Tolbert Restaurant and Chili Parlour

Frank X. Tolbert’s life-long passion for chili inspired him to write his world-famous book “A Bowl of Red” 50 years ago. He founded the Terlingua Championship Chili Cook-Off in 1967 and joined forces with son Frank 2 in 1976 to open the first Tolbert’s Restaurant in Dallas, with daughter Kathleen helping manage starting in 1977. Kathleen, with her husband Paul Ryan, selected Grapevine’s historic Main Street as the new home of Tolbert’s in 2006. The tradition continues as Tolbert’s Restaurant & Chili Parlor features classic southwestern cuisine with our signature Bowl of Red, using the same recipe developed by Frank X. Tolbert and his son.

Seafood Grill Fish and Bar

At Seafood bar and grill, they serve great food and drinks in the presence of even better company. They are known for treating all their guests like family, and they love hanging out with new and returning folks in this rustic and relaxed setting. Whether you want to enjoy a delicious fish dinner, catch up with family at the bar, or host a party in their event space, you can count on having a satisfying and fun time when you dine at Big Fish.

Bartley’s BBQ

Bartley’s story began in 1967, when Marvin Bartley, an employee at Burrus Supermarket, convinced Mr. Burrus to build a building on their parking lot on Main Street. Bartley’s BBQ opened in 1968. The business continued for approximately ten years when Mr. Bobby Weddle purchased the business and continued operations. This was one of only three restaurants in town. The restaurant operation is managed by Shane Wilkinson, Lynn’s son in law. Bartley’s BBQ catering service is managed by Casey Wilkinson, Lynn’s eldest daughter. Bartley’s remained on Main Street until July of 1995, when the City of Grapevine purchased the property for the new city hall. The restaurant strives daily to maintain the reputation of their predecessors. They are very happy to be an integral part of this great city.