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This Dallas Mexican Restaurant Is The Most Christmasy Place In All Of Texas

Margaritas and Christmas? Name a better combo.
This Dallas Mexican Restaurant Is The Most Christmasy Place In All Of Texas

Dallas has some of the most festive spots in the country, and this Mexican restaurant takes things to a whole 'nother level. 

Campo Verde, located in Arlington, puts on a spectacle that is an absolute must-see for anyone looking to get festive for the holiday, while also enjoying some chips and queso.

The restaurant transforms inside and out into a true Christmas wonderland, with thousands of Christmas lights, 3,000 yards of multi-colored garland, 50 Santa clauses, 30 Christmas trees, and two model trains that travel throughout the building.

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120,000 Christmas lights 

Thousands of hungry and Christmas-obsessed Texans visit the restaurant every year for the tasty eats and beautiful decor, while also taking pics to fill their Instagram with holiday cheer.

It also makes for the perfect spot to end a magical Christmas date.

The wildest part is that the decor is put up in October and remains up all the way through March, meaning you have nearly five months to experience the spectacle.

The spot is currently not taking any reservations but it might be a good idea to show up early and beat the undoubtedly large dinner rush.

Campo Verde opened its doors in Arlington back in 1983 and has been serving up delicious tex-mex and southwestern style food ever since.

Campo Verde 

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Tex-Mex

Address: 2918 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Dalworthington Gardens, TX

Why You Need To Go: Unique and magical dining experience that is sure to not only fill your stomach with delicious food but also fill it with Holiday joy.

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