Went here on a Saturday night and the place was buzzing! Food choice is excellent catering for all tastes and it's great value. Thoroughly recommended for a fun night out
Can't come in you wearing Tennis shoes. .!We were told by the someone at the front door...Are you serious?You can even tell ..
Went to Gloria's on a Saturday night. There were 7 of us. We were told the wait would be 20 minutes. They fibbed. It was more like over an hour. That was OK because we just went and took a seat at the bar that was in the bigger dining room. College football was on the TV at the bar,... More
We've eaten at the Greenville Ave. Gloria's a number of times since we moved to Dallas. We're pretty frequent eaters of Mexican food, so we were a little hesitant at first to give it a try - but we are certainly glad we did! This neighborhood hot spot has a great patio area, the food is consistently good (do the... More
Really good margaritas, average enchiladas, and sadly, the single most inedible taco ever placed on a plate in front of us. This place came highly recommended by several natives, so maybe we just hit them on an off day.
We had a large group, 14, for a birthday celebration. I attempted to make a reservation on Wednesday (for a Sunday early evening party) and was told that Gloria's doesn't accept reservations or call aheads, nor will they serve incomplete parties. So we told our celebrants to gather in the bar area between 5:30 and 6:00 and then we'd be... More
As a visitor from Canada, was looking for great Tex-Mex which we don't have at home. Gloria's was recommended by the hotel, and they were right. Great modern decor, upscale but casual and comfortable, and nice patio. Food and service were outstanding. Great selection that went beyond Tex-Mex into other Latin cuisines as well. The staff had customer service in... More
Three of us ate at Gloria’s on Greenville on an early Sunday evening. Being something of a cheapskate, I hate to valet park unless I have to, so I was feeling a little testy before I walked in the door. Then we had to choose between the frigid interior or the noisy front patio that is literally inches from a... More
I miss the old Gloria's in Oak Cliff. The new building, although much nicer, has horrible acoustics. We took visiting family to dinner on Friday and were seated by a large party upstairs. The sound was so deafening that you couldn't hear the person sitting next to you. Even the waitstaff was grimacing. When I asked management if we could... More
From a foodie perspective, you can get much better Central American cuisine elsewhere in Dallas. If you are looking to drink and salsa on the weekend, this is the place. Happy hour is better value for money.
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