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Coisas para fazer em Amarillo

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Steakhouse
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“It's a tourist place...but so fun to enjoy. They have a microbrewery on site for unique flights. And the prime rib is my favorite dish. If you're up to it, there's a 72 ounce steak competition. Y'all, that's a roast not a steak! ”
22 moradores locais recomendam
Amusement Park
“Amarillo's own amusement park, it's roller coasters and water rides are a great way to freshen up a summer day. A nice area for small children includes a carousel and other gentler rides for the smaller adventurers.”
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Shopping
“Westgate Mall is the largest, local mall with stores such as Dillards, Whitehouse Black Market, Bath & Body Works, Victoria's Secret and many more. ”
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Galeria de arte
“The Amarillo Museum of Art specializes in American art post -1945. It offers permanent and changing exhibitions in a facility designed by famous American architect Edward Durrell Stone. Summer art programs for children are a local favorite, and the third floor dedicated to Asian art is worth a visit.”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Bar de Vinhos
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“Chic and modern place for shared bites and a nice drink. You can have a full dinner too. Then, cross the street for live Jazz at Esquire.”
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Cinema
“Down the road. They offer a mild beer selection and reclining lounger seats! ”
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Museum
“The Discovery Center is the region's hands-on science museum and planetarium. Folks from toddler age to near centenarians can be found enjoying interactive exhibits on physics, human health, earth sciences, and a variety of changing topics. Located in the region's most popular park, it sits adjacent to walking trails around a lake, a child's playground, and the Amarillo Botanical Gardens.”
6 moradores locais recomendam
Trilha
“Wildcat Bluff offers hiking opportunities in the natural environment of the High Plains. Meander through wildflowers & mesquite to reach the top of the limestone bluff. For those needing a gentler walk, Libb's Trail offers a level, wheelchair accessible trail near the center's headquarters. Wednesday night musical gatherings throughout the summer.”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Dedicated to the art, science, and enjoyment of horticulture, these outdoor gardens feature displays on flora indigenous to the high plains region and offer a pleasant spot of "scent garden" and attractive tropical conservatory.”
6 moradores locais recomendam
Café
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“Oh my heaven. Tiny little place - might not be able to get in, but you'll love the burgers and steaks. Simply wonderful. ”
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Café
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“This is the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Amarillo. Try to sit at the bar so you can see the cooks. You might see him throw an entire brick of bacon into the french fry bin. MMMMMM! ”
7 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“This business is a minute long walk south of the unit. They open at 7am Monday - Friday and 2pm on Saturday. ”
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Museum
“For horse lovers and equestrians, a visit to the AQHA is well worth the time!”
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Supermercado
“Short drive away or even walk if you are up for a little exercise. Less than 2 miles away. Has all that a normal grocery store provides. But the best part is the large market with cooked food, salad bar, grill, sushi, pizza to take home or eat there. Starbucks on site too!”
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Café
“Great coffee in an historic building in downtown. Other locations are all great! If you are a large group try their Canyon location or the one on the 34th and Coulter. They have room!!”
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Bar
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“Want something different, this is the place to go. Original creations, craft beers. YCSF has been featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.”
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