The folks who run Willhoite's in downtown Grapevine are awfully proud of their city's roots. After all, they named their restaurant and bar after Andrew Willey Willhoite, the man who opened a gas station in the bar's space in 1919. In an homage to him, a vintage car sits atop a buffet where you can serve yourself what the place calls "contemporary fast food." Willhoite's biggest attraction, though, is the nightlife. The place bustles with light-beer-guzzling fortysomethings, most of them waiting their turns for karaoke.