If you read this post, then you know I recently traveled to Dallas. Since I was there for a wedding, we didn’t have much time to explore. But we still did some awesome things that were worth posting about! Texas is an awesome place, the energy is amazing, most of the bars have outdoor areas, the shopping is unreal, and the people are SO nice. But the best part is the food. Texas has the best BBQ in the world, and I look forward to it every time I visit. Below is my quick city guide to Dallas.
Marriott City Center (I stay here every time I go to Dallas, it’s so convenient), Belmont Hotel, The Joule (on my list to stay next), Rosewood Mansion, Gaylord Texan, W Dallas– gorgeous views, Le Meridien, Ritz-Carlton.
Klyde Warren Park, Nasher Sculpture Center, Katy Trail- perfect for a quick run before brunch, Bishop Arts District, Perot Museum of Science & Nature, JFK Memorial– a must visit if it’s your first time in town, AT&T Stadium- if you are a sports fan then you must make your way out to “Jerry’s World”– it’s gorgeous and they give tours, The Dallas Opera.
Eat & Drink:
TNT– if you love tequila, you have to come here, Smoke (insider tip: get the smoked brisket cornbread hash), The Rustic— one of the most fun places I have been to dinner, Happiest Hour, Taverna— amazing hangover brunch – $2 mimosa & bellinis, Deep Ellum Brewing Co., Katy Trail Ice House— you could spend hours here on a nice day, it’s that fun, The Eberhard, Happiest Hour– amazing rooftop bar with fire pits, Bolsa, Truck Yard, CBD Provisions, Midnight Rambler, Truth & Alibi.
Neiman Marcus Flagship, Knox Henderson, Tenoversix, Northpark Center, Grange Hall (check out their cafe too!), Highland Park Village, Canary, Forty Five Ten, Vod.
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