Don your Alpine hat and get out your favorite beer stein for the 11th Annual Southlake Oktoberfest presented by Texas Nissan of Grapevine. Hosted by the Southlake Chamber of Commerce, approximately 75,000 people are expected to attend the three-day event, which takes place October 5-7 at Southlake Town Square and promises traditional favorites, plus...
Following up last year’s successful release of its first ever student-produced CD Hall Music Productions of Southlake unveiled their second student-produced CD, Homegrown Volume 2.
When you think of Texas you think of Texas Longhorns (the football team and the animal), the Dallas Cowboys, oil wells, ten-gallon hats and cowboy boots but you may not think of wine. Well, you should.
We cordially invite you to escape to Truluck’s. A getaway for the senses. Come savor the freshest Crab, direct from our own fisheries.
Offering Prime Steaks, Chops & Fresh Seafood accompanied by Authentic Italian Cuisine, your guests will enjoy Ferrari’s charm and upscale ambiance underscored by quality and excellence. With heatwarming entrees prepared from 100 year-old...
The Speedway Club’s Starlight Dining Room serves as a cathedral for the taste buds. Two levels of floor-to-ceiling windows afford an exhilarating view, which is enhanced by the ambiance of cherry paneling, hand-carved chairs and a unique Italian marble dance floor situated beneath a “starry sky” ceiling mural.
The Wildwood Grill, locally owned by Southlake residents Dave and Mary Garner, offers upscale dining in a very comfortable, casual environment.
Copeland’s of New Orleans has become the favorite spot for authentic Louisiana style cuisine in Southlake Town Square.
Carroll Dragons have long been known to “Protect the Tradition.” Much is often expected of a Carroll athlete on the field or court. We put our heart and soul into our sports. However, it is not uncommon for our athletes to give as much of that heart and soul to their community as they do to their sport. Over the past few years Lady Dragon athletes have done just that. We have embraced a new heart felt tradition of hosting annual “Pink Out” games that, through ticket sales, raise money to support breast cancer research.
Nothing brings the Southlake community together quite like Dragon Football. How else would one explain the fact that a city of 27,000 had to expand its home field seating of the high school football stadium to accommodate its fan base?