Once a great place to settle down, Dallas is now a thriving, vibrant city that has a little something to offer everyone. Art, music, and food – “Big D” has them all on tap and delivers with a distinctly Texas flair.
When it comes to food, Texas is famous for two things: barbecue and Tex-Mex.
Texas country legend Pat Green is one of the partners behind this new bar-cum-music venue.
Here are the best spots to stay while exploring the Texan capital.
The go-to spot for affordable but delicious Mexican food in Dallas.
Just as “everything is bigger in Texas,” everything is fancier at the Ritz.
Hotel ZaZa is the epitome of a boutique hotel.
If you’re looking for a fun family getaway, the Gaylord Texan is the perfect spot.
If you’re looking for a D-town spot that will meet all of your business needs, look no further than the Westin Galleria.
The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is one of the oldest luxury hotels in Dallas.
Neighborhood Services is consistently named one of the best restaurants in Dallas.
If you’re looking for a spot to Sunday brunch, look no further than Smoke to find some true Texas cooking.
Sushi is a religion at this Bishop Arts District hotspot.
A space that was once a rundown, warehouse-filled no man’s land is starting to take shape as the most exciting new area in the city.
It’s hard to choose a favorite Mexican-influenced restaurant among the many on offer in Dallas, but Mr. Mesero is definitely at the top of the list.
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