While our dining rooms may be closed, you can enjoy Gloria's in the comfort of your own home from 12PM to 8PM daily.
While our dining rooms may be closed, we're here to help you enjoy Gloria's in the comfort of your own home!
Gloria’s Restaurants features Salvadorian, Mexican, and Tex-Mex cuisine. Award winning margaritas and salsa dancing are also part of the experience.
5100 Belt Line Rd, Ste 864
Gloria's Restaurant was founded in the Oak Cliff district of Dallas, Texas on April 15, 1986 by Gloria and Jose Fuentes, two young Salvadorians who had recently come to the United States. Featuring an artful blend of their native Salvadorian cuisine with regional Mexican and Tex-Mex favorites, Gloria’s became a hit with restaurant critics and Dallas natives alike. As the years passed, the need to grow was inevitable - as Gloria's would open 15 restaurants across Texas including Austin and Houston. Known for the finest in Latin Cuisine, Gloria's has also received many awards, including Best Margarita, Best Appetizer, Best Happy Hour and Best Salsa Music (Salsa dancing is featured on weekend nights at 4 different locations). Gloria's is more than just a restaurant. It's an overall Latin experience with handcrafted food and beverage so full of flavor it reduces the diner to a state of bliss.
|Monday||11:00 - 22:00|
|Tuesday||11:00 - 22:00|
|Wednesday||11:00 - 22:00|
|Thursday||11:00 - 22:00|
|Friday||11:00 - 02:00|
|Saturday||11:00 - 02:00|
|Sunday||11:00 - 21:00|
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It all started in 1978. Before fate brought them together, Gloria and Jose Fuentes each decided to leave behind the civil unrest in their home country of El Salvador and seek out a better life in the southern United States.
Gloria and Jose found more than just opportunities at their new homes in Houston—they found each other. And so began a passionate partnership that would forever change the culinary scene in the great state of Texas.
In love and inspired, the two moved to Dallas where they worked at a small Salvadorian eatery in Oak Cliff owned by Gloria’s sister. A year later, her sister gave up on the restaurant, and despite having no previous business experience, Gloria and Jose stepped up, seizing the opportunity to turn their love of Salvadorian cuisine and cooking into a life-long career.
Over the last three decades, Gloria’s has flourished under the continued ownership and artistic vision of the Fuentes family, sharing Latin flavor across the state and serving as a cultural staple in each of the communities it calls home.