About Dallas

Dallas is home to more than a million people, with more moving here every day. The ninth largest city in the United States, Dallas is known as the Southwest's leading business and financial center and as the number one visitor destination in Texas. Big business is a big deal in this city, evident in the increasing number of companies that relocate to Dallas each year. With more shopping centers per capita than any other major city nationwide and four times more restaurants per person than New York City, Dallas is the place to be whether you're doing business, shopping, eating or touring the sites.

Downtown Dallas

Since its inception as a small trading post in 1841, Dallas has grown to include a vast array of hotels, shops, restaurants and other businesses, all the while speckled with historic buildings and museums, too. An area at the north end of downtown, deemed the Dallas Arts District, includes the Dallas Museum of Art and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, whose center stage is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and an array of other performers throughout the year. For upscale shopping, peruse the Plaza of the Americas, where a 15-story atrium complete with palm trees surrounds the shopping area.


West End

Formerly a warehouse district, the West End MarketPlace is known today for its entertainment offerings and unique shopping venues, as well as for its street entertainers, outdoor ice-skating rink and vintage street lights. The upscale Hotel Adolphus, built in 1912, offers you a stay surrounded by elegance, evident in the fine lobby and luxurious guest rooms. A variety of eateries and nightclubs make this district one of the liveliest places to be on Friday and Saturday nights. The Palm features a Texas-style menu with a touch of class, while Y.O. Ranch is well known for its Tex-Mex cuisine. The West End is also an excellent place to experience Texas History—visit Dealey Plaza, Old Red Courthouse and the Sixth Floor Museum.

Deep Ellum

Head three blocks east of downtown and you're at the "deep end of Elm Street," where turn-of-the-century African-American life and culture used to thrive with great blues and jazz artists. Today, the district's sassy shops, eclectic restaurants and loft apartments form the cornerstone of a unique experience. Clubs in Deep Ellum feature the most current music from folk, blues and jazz to reggae, alternative and rock. Visit one of the oldest clubs in Deep Ellum, Club Dada, where you'll always find a variety of music in the mix, or Trees, which attracts locals and business travelers alike with its cutting-edge live rock.

McKinney Avenue/Uptown

Heading north from downtown, you'll find yourself atop the red brick streets of McKinney Avenue, which is lined with fine restaurants and antique shops, many housed in renovated historic homes. Connect to downtown via the volunteer-operated McKinney Avenue Trolley, which consists of restored streetcars dating as far back as 1906 and is dedicated to preserving the history of electric railways. The area's four-star boutique-style Hotel St. Germain is tucked amidst the busy city, providing an oasis for business travelers.

Greenville Avenue

The region south of Mockingbird Lane is known as Lower Greenville Avenue popular with Southern Methodist University students and one of the oldest entertainment districts in Dallas. As you head north of Mockingbird Lane to Upper Greenville Avenue, things get newer and more commercial, and you will find both casual and elegant establishments as well as cutting-edge nightlife. Casual is the word at Daddy Jack's Wood Grill, which features red-and-white checkered tablecloths and serves great seafood at affordable prices. If you're in the mood for romance, try The Grape, where you can always find something new, as the menu changes bimonthly. Multicultural restaurants abound in Greenville, as do antique shops and neighborhood pubs.

North Dallas

If Texas is known for doing things big, then North Dallas is a prime example, as it is home to big houses, big shopping centers and some of the finest stores, boutiques and restaurants in the area. As Dallas continues to grow, more residents are heading north into the suburbs of Plano, Richardson and Frisco, one of the nation's fastest-growing cities.

With more square footage of shopping than Los Angeles or New York, you're likely to run out of money before you run out of places to shop in Texas. Visit Stonebriar Center in Frisco, where you'll find more than just shopping—this entertainment center also houses a 24-screen movie theater and plenty of quality restaurants.

In Plano, the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve is a quiet respite with native Texas trees, the perfect locale for an afternoon family picnic. For antique shops and artsy places in general, take a day trip to Historic Downtown Plano, where you'll find red brick streets lined with antique malls, specialty gift shops, boutiques and fine eateries.

Irving/Las Colinas

Whether you're in town for one day or one week, Irving serves as an excellent location minutes from DFW International Airport, centrally poised between Dallas and Fort Worth. This carefree community, named after American author Washington Irving, offers convenient access to numerous shopping venues, restaurants and theaters—all the best the Dallas Metroplex has to offer. Recreation thrives at The Movie Studios at Las Colinas, home to major motion picture, television and commercial productions. Visit the Mustangs of Las Colinas, nine larger-than-life bronze mustangs and the largest equestrian sculpture in the world.

  • Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

    411 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 747 6660
    This is a permanent exhibition of the tragic events leading up to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The museum was opened in 1989, and is located in the Texas School Book Depository building, the site from where Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly shot the President. Displays include a moving overview of the time period, and the life and accomplishments of the 35th President of the United States. Enlarged police photographs, news footage, and audio tools allow visitors to learn about the tragic events of November 22, 1963.
  • Reunion Tower

    300 Reunion Boulevard West Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 571 5744
    This Dallas landmark has graced the downtown skyline since 1978. Three levels of activity top the 50-story structure, which are encircled in a dome of lights. The triangle formations of the structural cylinders encase the elevators that carry passengers to the top levels in 68 seconds. For the more actively inclined, an 837-step stairwell is located in the middle of the tower. Over 200 lights add shimmer to the geodesic dome, which can be programmed to form an infinite number of patterns. Some of the more famous include "The Electric Moon," "Texas Raindrops" and "Dallas Disco Fever." The tower opened in 1978, just two years after construction began and only five years after its conception. The Lookout is the lowest of the upper levels and provides both an indoor and outdoor observation area. Visitors can view many points of interest throughout the Dallas area from 360-degrees.
  • The Dallas World Aquarium

    1801 North Griffin Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 720 2224
    Discover a South American rainforest filled with monkeys, colorful toucans, crocodiles, manatees and otters. The aquarium portion of this popular attraction features 85,000 gallons (321,760 liters) of saltwater containing marine life from around the world. Giant turaco, Three-toed sloths, Weedy and Ribbon sea dragons are but a few of the intriguing animals on display. An outdoor lagoon-like exhibit features Black-footed penguins.
  • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

    8525 Garland Road Dallas, TX 75218 United States - Phone: +1 214 515 6550
    Off the shores of White Rock Lake lies the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. The 66 acres (267,093 square meters) of lush, perfectly manicured landscapes hold a treasure trove of trees, bushes, and flowers that are sure to make anyone green with envy. The DeGolyer House, a 1940s-style Spanish mansion, is also located on the grounds. Tours of the house and its sculpture garden are offered. The Jonsson Color Gardens, A Woman's Garden, and the Lay Ornamental Garden are all exquisite features of the picturesque grounds.
  • Southfork Ranch

    3700 Hogge Road Parker, TX 75002 United States - Phone: +1 972 442 7800
    The homestead of the fictional Ewing family has become the “world's most famous ranch.” The sprawling acreage of this North Texas ranch is located 20 miles north of downtown Dallas and, although the long-running television series Dallas has been off the air for several years, the mansion and grounds are still a popular place to visit. Tram tours carry guests on a voyage through the history of the series every half-hour throughout the day. The Ewing mansion is the key point of the tour, offering insight to the characters and filming of the series.
  • Cedar Ridge Preserve

    7171 Mountain Creek Parkway Dallas, TX 75249 United States - Phone: +1 972 709 7784
    The beauty of Texas' nature can be experienced first-hand with a hike through this 630-acre (146-hectare) preserve. With guided and self-guided tours available along the ten miles of wooded trails, outdoor enthusiasts can wander up to the Escarpment Nature Preserve, the highest point in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Along the way you can view ponds, wildflowers and a butterfly garden before arriving at vistas and an observation tower. The trails vary in difficulty. All are natural terrain paved with rock, mulch, or dirt. They are designed for foot traffic only, and bikes or roller blades are not allowed. Hikes can last anywhere from 15 minutes to three hours, depending upon the trail selected. A snack bar, gift shop, and amphitheater are also located on the grounds.
  • Dallas Zoo

    650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway Dallas, TX 75203 United States - Phone: +1 469 554 7500
    Dallas Zoo encompasses 106-acres of exotic and traditional zoo animals. Visitors are greeted at the entrance by one of the tallest statue in Texas - a 67.5 foot (20.5 meters) giraffe. The Wilds of Africa attraction includes the chimpanzee forest, the gorilla center and an aviary on a quarter-mile nature trail where six natural habitats are featured: forest, mountain, woodland, river, desert and brush. A 20-minute monorail ride runs the course of the attraction and costs an additional fee. The ZooNorth attraction includes a bird and reptile building, children's zoo with touchable animals, cheetah exhibit, elephants, giraffes, flamingos and other traditional animals.
  • Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park

    1515 South Harwood Street Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 421 5141 / +1 214 413 3679
    The historic Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park features lush, manicured gardens and a recreated Victorian-era town. Nestled near downtown, the expansive park is accentuated with beautiful homes and establishments. Volunteers demonstrate weaving, cooking and welding among other activities from that time period to those looking for an insight into Texan history. The site is an official history museum and is affiliated with The Dallas County Heritage Society. The society plays host to several events throughout the year; the annual Candlelight Country Fair and Old Fashioned Fourth of July draw major crowds.
  • Highland Park Village

    47 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 443 9898
    This upscale center is typical Highland Park--trendy boutique shops and stores that offer exceptional services. Located minutes from downtown at Preston Road and Mockingbird Lane, Highland Park Village offers free valet parking and a variety of shops, including Ralph Lauren and Banana Republic, as well as boutiques by Chanel, Cole Haan, Escada and Hermes. All that shopping can work up an appetite, so stop by Café Pacific, Celebrity Restaurant and Bakery, or Mi Cocina.
  • Celebration Station

    4040 Town Crossing Boulevard Mesquite, TX 75150 United States - Phone: +1 972 279 7888
    Join in or watch as your kids enjoy baseball-batting cages, go-karts and bumper boats. Laser tag, miniature golf and a variety of indoor games are other options. Children seven and under can enjoy dinosaur, train and plane rides. Ask about the teen nights for your older children. Take a break from your day of family fun and go indoors to enjoy some delicious pizza or other menu offerings. Celebration Station surely lives upto it's names with this pandora's box of exciting games.
  • Six Flags Over Texas

    2201 Road to Six Flags Arlington, TX 76010 United States - Phone: +1 817 640 8900
    Often referred to as "The Entertainment Capital of Texas," Six Flags offers 200 acres (809,371 square meters) of rides, shows and attractions. For many years, this family amusement park has delighted Texans and others from around the world. Ride the 109-foot-tall (33 meters) "Batman the Ride," which travels up to 50 miles per hour (80 kilometers per hour) and watch stuntmen perform as Wild West gunslingers in an action-filled street shootout. Rates vary during the winter months. The park is usually closed between early January and early March, reopens daily for two weeks in March, and then opens on weekends until the area schools let out in late May. Phone ahead or visit the website to check on any schedule changes. 
  • Southern Methodist University

    6425 Boaz Lane Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 768 2000
    Southern Methodist University has an enrollment of just over 9,000 students. People from more than 80 countries and all 50 states come to study on this campus. Though named after the Methodist denomination, students from every religious background are welcome. SMU has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top 100 universities in the country. In addition to its fine undergraduate degree programs, SMU offers graduate degrees through its Underwood School of Law, Perkins School of Theology, and Cox School of Business. 
  • Homestead Winery

    211 East Worth Street Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 251 9463
    Nestled in the heart of historical downtown Grapevine, Homestead Winery is a cozy place to enjoy an afternoon of wine tasting. The wines come from Gabe and Barbara Parker's winery located in Ivanhoe. There are a multitude of wines to sample from. For groups, Homestead Winery offers tastings for minimal fees per person. You can host an event in their tasting room or outdoors. When you are finished, take a stroll and try one of the many great restaurants in the surrounding area.
  • La Buena Vida Vineyards Winery and Tasting Room

    416 East College Street Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 481 9463
    Located in a historic church in downtown Grapevine, the visual experience is almost as good as the wine. The premises of La Buena Vida are surrounded by arbors dripping with vines and greenery. La Buena Vida's tasting room features six wines from the vineyard located in Springtown, Texas. Other wine offerings are from the Alamo Farms Winery and there is champagne from the Smith Estate. There is also a small museum with wine making paraphernalia from as far back as 1869. In addition, La Vida offers farming tours, and visitors are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch, which can be eaten in the gorgeous garden area.
  • Grapvine Vintage Railroad

    709 South Main Street Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 410 3123
    Take a trip back in time on this steam engine built in 1896. The round-trip train ride lasts around five hours with two stops in Fort Worth at Eighth Street and the Stockyards. The fully-stocked bar includes a few snacks to satisfy your hunger on this great turn-of-the-century adventure. All ages are delighted by this unique way of touring Tarrant County. This is a great place for children to celebrate a birthday or special event.
  • McFarlin Memorial Auditorium

    6405 Boaz Lane Dallas, TX 75275 United States - Phone: +1 214 768 3139
    An amazing array of artists and speakers visit this auditorium to inform and delight Dallas audiences with their talents and knowledge. Originally built in 1926, McFarlin was initially constructed so that Southern Methodist University would have a chapel and auditorium large enough to hold the entire student body. Since that time, the auditorium has increasingly been used as an entertainment venue. Past speakers and performers include Elton John, Bob Hope, Will Rogers, Jr. Helen Hayes, The Kronos Quartet, Marvin Hamlisch, William F. Buckley and many others. The auditorium seats 2,398. You can park at the southeast corner of the building. However, you should arrive early, carpool or plan to walk a bit from surrounding street parking spots or other campus lots.
  • Pegasus (The Historic Sign)

    1401 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 915 6500
    Long the symbol for the Mobil Oil Company, the giant Pegasus sign has become more than just a corporate logo to the people of Dallas. A local landmark, the brightly lit red-winged horse rotates above the Magnolia Building. The Pegasus Project, a local nonprofit effort, rebuilt it at a cost of $650,000 between the years 1999 and 2000, while the original Pegasus sign, taken down while the new one was being built, can still be seen displayed at the Dallas Farmers Market.
  • White Rock Lake

    8300 East Lawther Drive Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 4100(City Park Council)
    White Rock Lake sprawls over 1,015 acres (410.75 hectares). It boasts picturesque picnic spots and recreational areas that provide great respite from city life. Numerous waterfront trails are popular among local hikers and bikers as well as those visiting Dallas. A complete loop around the lake takes about three hours. The adventurous can indulge in an array of outdoor activities on offer like fishing, sailing and, horseback riding. Bird enthusiasts have reason to rejoice, as the area attracts beautiful, exotic species. The panorama of verdant landscapes that enclose calm waters is the very definition of tranquility.
  • Pioneer Plaza

    1428 Young Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States
    Pioneer Plaza is more than just your ordinary park. A bronze ensemble of lifelike cattle punctuates this 4.2-acre park overlooking City Hall and the Dallas Convention Center. Nationally-acclaimed artist and native Texan Robert Summers is the artistic force behind the unique sculptures. The 70 bronze steers memorialize the cattle drives that took place along the Shawnee Trail back in 1854. 
  • John F. Kennedy Memorial

    Main Street & North Market Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 747 6660
    Dallas chose to honor the memory of President Kennedy by erecting this stately monument. This 30-foot-high, 50-foot-square monument was built in 1970. The open-air structure in the historic West End resembles an ancient tomb. It is the first memorial by famed American architect and Kennedy family friend, Philip Johnson. The monument, built with the help of private donations from the citizens of Dallas, is open 24 hours daily and is lighted at night.
  • Old Red Museum (The)

    100 South Houston Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 745 1100
    The Old Red Courthouse is an outstanding feature of the Dallas County Historic Plaza. It was built in 1892 in Romanesque Revival style. It is constructed of rough-cut, Pecos Red Sandstone and trimmed in Arkansas blue granite. The courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a City of Dallas Landmark and a Recorded Texas Historical Landmark. Four prior courthouses have graced the same location. The Old Red Courthouse contains the Old Red Museum.
  • Thanks-Giving Square

    1627 Pacific Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 969 1977
    This spiral-shaped chapel was designed by Philip Johnson, the noted American architect, and features stained glass by Gabriel Loire. It honors the spirit of gratitude as it is represented in world religions. The chapel comprises just part of this lovely downtown oasis, which includes the Bell Tower, a garden, walkways with reflecting pools and waterfalls.
  • Lone Star Park

    1000 Lone Star Parkway Grand Prairie, TX 75050 United States - Phone: +1 972 263 7223
    Lone Star Park is a 36,000-square-foot pavilion featuring quarter horse racing annually from April through July. Off-season simulcast races are presented on over 175 television monitors and video walls. The facilities include a large, supervised playground, restaurant, abundant parking and an outdoor patio. Drive-through para mutual betting windows are available for those who don't want to leave their cars. Special family events are often held on weekends.
  • Freedman's Cemetery Memorial

    North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 571 1300
    This memorial honors former slaves buried in the Freedman's Cemetery. The cemetery was developed in the 1850's near Freedman's town, the post-Civil War cultural, social and economic center of the African-American community. When Central Expressway was widened several years ago, a number of graves were moved; some still remain, however. An arched granite gate now stands at the site entrance. Niches on either side contain symbolic sculptures by David Newton. Admission is free.
  • Fair Park

    3929 Grand Avenue Dallas, TX 75210 United States - Phone: +1 214 426 3400
    This historic site sprawls over 227 acres (918,636 square meters) and has one of the nation's largest collections of Art Deco buildings. Built in 1936, Fair Park is registered as a National Historic Landmark. It was built by the WPA to house the Texas Centennial Exposition, celebrating Texas' independence from Mexico. It boasts an inspiring list of museums including the African American Museum, Age of Steam Railroad Museum, Museum of Nature and Science, Music Hall At Fair Park, Dallas Aquarium and Dallas Horticulture Center. You will also find concerts at the outdoor Coca Cola Starplex, college football in the Cotton Bowl, and the annual State Fair of Texas. The Visitor Center shows a 10-minute film about the park and offers walking tours by appointment.
  • Boulder Park

    3200 West Redbird Lane Dallas, TX 75237 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 4100
    Maintained by the Dallas Off-Road Bicycle Association, this park is conveniently located near I-20 and Highway 67. Hosting approximately 6 miles of bike trails, Boulder Park offers the perfect ride for everyone. There are sections for beginners and others for advanced riders. Most of the trails have been created for bike use, but there is a soft-surface hiking trail for nature lovers. Here you'll find open sections, wooded areas, rocks and water. This is truly fun for the entire family.
  • Connemara Conservancy

    10005 Technology Boulevard West Dallas, TX 75375 United States - Phone: +1 214 351 0990
    This spot offers a wonderful family opportunity for hiking and picnicking. Surrounded by residential developments, this piece of undeveloped land often holds programs in the meadow, including fund raisers and artist exhibitions. The Spring Sculpture Show is an annual event, which highlights the work of 10-12 local artists. At this event they show works that reflect the natural beauty of the land. Funding comes through the Texas Commission of the Arts as well as the cities of Allen and Plano. Imagine picnicking among stunning sculptures on an unsullied spring afternoon. Admission is always free.
  • Arbor Hills Nature Preserve

    6701 West Parker Road Plano, TX 75093 United States - Phone: +1 972 941 7250
    Your family will enjoy the great outdoors at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve. It provides a tranquil place to escape the hectic city life for an afternoon. You will find untainted woods, meadows, a collection of native Texas trees, and a habitat for birds, fish, and wildlife. This preserve is connected through a series of bridges and ramps leading to a covered pavilion. You will find climbing structures and slides, plus a torpedo-shaped track ride, and a wonderful fake rock to climb. 
  • Rochester Park

    3000 Municipal Street Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 8847
    The northwest portion of this well-equipped park belongs to the playground. It keeps kids busy having fun. Features include swings, spiral and side-by-side slides, a bridge, monkey bars plus an inverted arch climber. Facing the playground you will find a beautiful, two-sided concrete mural painted by a former Rochester Park resident. It strikingly depicts the park's past and present. Wood chip ground cover is used for safety. The new equipment does not include infant swings. Besides the full playground, your kids will love the on-site baseball diamond and basketball court. There is no admission charge, and picnic sites are available.
  • Heritage Farmstead Museum

    1900 West 15th Street Plano, TX 75075 United States - Phone: +1 972 881 0140
    This historically correct museum is dedicated to safeguarding the history of farm life on the Texas prairie from 1890 to 1920. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this four-acre site is accredited by the American Association of Museums. You will be able to view a restored 14-bedroom Victorian farmhouse with its original outbuildings, gardens and smokehouse along with a blacksmith's shop and farm animals. Period-dressed volunteers give guided tours. Among the many programs available are birthday party plans for children up to age 12.
  • Dallas J. Erik Jonsson Central Public Library

    1515 Young Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 1400
    Dallas' Central Public Library's namesake is J. Erik Jonsson, a civic leader who worked for Texas Instruments. In honor of his heritage, the library has a handcrafted scale model of an eighth-century Viking ship, the Drakkar, in permanent exhibit on the second floor Children's Center. The library's copy of the Declaration of Independence may be viewed in the Declaration of Independence Room on the seventh floor. While there you should check out the First Folio, the authentic first printing (in 1623) of William Shakespeare's plays. If your visit is more literary in nature, roomy aisles and shelves hold a tremendous collection worthy of a large city's main library. The wooden library tables and chairs create a comfortable atmosphere in which to study or read for enjoyment.
  • Mustangs of Las Colinas

    5205 North Oconnor Boulevard Irving, TX 75039 United States - Phone: +1 972 869 9047
    It took seven years for world-renowned wildlife sculptor Robert Glen to complete this larger-than-life sized herd of wild mustangs. Since its installation in 1984, the Mustangs of Las Colinas have been among the most photographed and visited sites in North Texas. Known as the largest equestrian sculpture in the world, the mustangs are a breathtaking sight honoring both the heritage and spirit of Texas. Informative films on actual mustangs as well as the creation of the sculpture are available for viewing. Admission is free.
  • John Neely Bryan Cabin

    Elm Street and North Market Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States
    Located in the historic district on the west end of Downtown, this cabin is dwarfed by the towering skyscrapers that surround it. This cabin is actually a recreation of the actual one-room cabin built by Dallas founding father John Neely Bryan. John Neely Bryan Cabin stands alone, much like the original cabin must have stood on the plains of the fledgling city of Dallas.
  • Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe

    2215 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 871 1362
    This historic landmark, built from 1898 to 1902 by an architect whose identity remains a mystery, is the sentinel to not only the Catholic Church, but also the essence of a bygone era. This Gothic Revival church has survived monumental changes in the landscape of downtown Dallas. It is built of locally produced brick, and renovations over the decades have retained the integrity and dignity of the original structure. Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe has served as the base for Dallas' Roman Catholic Bishop since its completion in 1902.
  • River Legacy Parks

    701 Northwest Green Oaks Boulevard Arlington, TX 76006 United States - Phone: +1 817 860 6752
    Located north of Six Flags on Green Oaks Boulevard in Arlington, this park offers something for everyone. There are areas for hiking, biking and inline skating. Four miles of paved trails wind in and out of the playground and greenbelt areas of this 958-acre (388-hectare) park. Eventually, Arlington hopes to connect this park to Dallas and Fort Worth via the Trinity River trail. Each Saturday, the River Legacy Park sponsors a guided trail hike. The River Legacy Living Science Center gives presentations on nature to promote ecological appreciation.
  • Swiss Avenue Historic District

    Swiss Avenue and Fitzhugh Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 821 3290
    This 22-block area is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and the homes represent several architectural styles, including Mediterranean, Spanish, Georgian, Prairie School and English Tudor. Approximately 200 carefully preserved and restored homes line Swiss Avenue. As modern amenities became necessities, water, sewage and telephone lines were installed in alleys to preserve the authentic architecture of the area. The district includes portions of Bryan Street, La Vista Avenue, Live Oak Street, Swiss Avenue and Bryan Parkway.
  • Deep Ellum

    Deep Ellum Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 747 3337
    Travel three blocks east of Downtown Dallas and you will find Deep Ellum. It is a conglomerate of unique shops, eclectic restaurants and residential lofts. Previously deserted historic buildings and warehouses are now alive with people eating, working, living and playing. Deep Ellum is home to numerous clubs, featuring an array of musical genres, from blues and jazz to reggae and alternative rock. It is also home to various theatrical and artistic venues.
  • Dallas Arts District

    2200 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 744 6642
    One of the largest urban cultural districts nationwide, the Dallas Arts District is home to numerous performing and visual arts venues. Visitors will marvel at unique masterpieces on display in the district's museums and galleries. World-class culture abounds with ongoing art, music, drama and dance performances.  The 17-block area also includes the Dallas Theater Center and the Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe.
  • McKinney Avenue Trolley

    3153 Oak Grove Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 855 0006
    Dallas' historic trolley system transports locals and visitors along its everyday route from downtown to uptown McKinney Avenue, all year round. Workers discovered the original trolley tracks under layers of asphalt and concrete in 1983, and today five authentic streetcars use those restored lines, preserving a piece of Dallas history. Rides are free (except charters). In the future, the city plans to extend the tracks to run farther south into the West End Historic District. Current stops include the Dallas Museum of Art and Hard Rock Cafe. The trolleys can be chartered for private events, including birthday parties and wedding receptions.
  • River Legacy Living Science Center

    703 Northwest Green Oaks Boulevard Arlington, TX 76006 United States - Phone: +1 817 860 6752
    The Living Science Center building is made of recycled materials and houses interactive exhibits and displays. View aquariums and terrariums, take a hike each Saturday at 10am with a park tour guide, or use technology to go on a simulated raft ride adventure down the Trinity River. River Legacy park includes several miles of hiking and biking trails, as we well as river overlooks and picnic areas along the banks of the Trinity River.
  • Cedar Hill State Park

    1570 West FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 United States - Phone: +1 972 291 3900
    Located along the shores of Joe Pool Lake, this popular 1,800-acre state park offers a variety of outdoor activities. There are 355 campsites, perfect for family fun. While you are here, enjoy fishing opportunities and then grill your catch on one of the park grills. Miles and miles of trails for biking and hiking, as well as boat ramps, a marina, playgrounds, a swimming beach and even a volleyball court ensure you will always have something to do here. Showers and restrooms are also available.
  • Delaney Vineyards

    2000 Champagne Boulevard Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 481 5668
    Delaney Vineyards have been at the forefront of the wine industry for over two decades. The winery in Grapevine was founded in 1996 by Jerry Delaney and is located along sprawling 10 acres (four hectares) of Cynthiana grapes that can be credited to the climate and topography unique to Texas. The establishment offers free tours around the complex that features well-informed guides that can explain every step of the manufacturing process from the cultivation of the fruit to the packaging of wine bottles. The architecture is classic French with a Grand Barrel Room, tasting room and a gift shop. Relish award-winning wines and take home a bottle from the retail stores that also features varieties from the Lamesa vineyard.
  • American Airlines Center

    2500 Victory Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 222 3687
    This impressive brick, limestone and granite marvel, designed by David M. Schwartz Architectural Services and HKS, Inc., was built not only as the home of the Dallas Stars and the Dallas Mavericks, but also as a venue for other entertainment. It anchors the 72-acre Victory Development, a project that reclaimed an area occupied by an abandoned rail yard and power plant and is in the process of creating a vibrant urban area. Special features include retractable seating and more than USD3 million in public art. Public tours are available and require reservations.
  • Step Into the Past Saturdays

    1515 South Harwood Street Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 421 5141
    Dallas is a city rich in history and it is a town that has not forgotten that vivid tradition. Every Saturday Old City Park will examine a different aspect of Dallas' history with crafts, music and demonstrations, where each month will have a different theme."Historic Village", situated on 13 lush acres in Old City Park lets guests find out how folk in early Dallas and Texas lived at the turn-of-the century.
  • Irving Convention & Visitors Bureau

    222 West Las Colinas Boulevard Irving, TX 75039 United States - Phone: +1 972 252 7476
    The Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau is a customized travel information center for visitors. It offers group tours and general information regarding accommodation, sightseeing and transportation in and around Irving. The Convention Center provides a media center for meetings and conferences as well as organizing events for clients.
  • Times Ten Cellars

    6324 Prospect Avenue Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 824 9463
    Dallas' favorite winetasting facility, Times Ten Cellars, hosts some of the best wines from premiere regions in California. You will want to enjoy some of the close to home grown. Wines are also created from the Cellars' very own Cathedral Mountain Vineyard in Alpine, Texas, and the finest wine equipment is shipped from Italy and France. The Cellar's tasting room is a blend of modern and old world decor, where guests can sample their favorite wines. There are 7000 vines grown in the vineyard, some of which include Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Wines can be purchased by the glass or by the bottle.
  • Nasher Sculpture Center

    2001 Flora Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 242 5100
    The Nasher Sculpture Center on Flora Street is a significant landmark in Dallas. The gallery, designed by Renzo Plano, displays works by Rodin and Picasso. This monumental structure with glass ceilings is bordered by a beautiful garden. The works are just as striking as the building itself. Rodin's Eve is an excellent example of how a simple subject can be sculpted beautifully. Picasso's elegant sculpture, Fleurs dans un vase, uses a mix of materials and will mesmerize you.
  • Interurban Railway Museum

    901 East 15th Street Plano, TX 75074 United States - Phone: +1 972 941 2117
    Commuting is a fact of life for tens of million of Americans. In suburban Dallas, there is the Interurban Electric Railway that commemorates some of the significant developments in urban transportation. Between 1908 and 1948 the Texas Electric Railway ran from Dallas to Denison, among many other routes throughout Texas. The primary stop between these locations was in Plano, which is now the site for the Interurban Railway Museum. Plano decided to renovate the station into a museum to recognize the importance of the station as a sign of technological progression. The electric railway car was an important advancement of the traditional steam engine. The museum features pictures, displays and artifacts from the Texas Electric Railway. You can even tour one of the train cars. A must visit for those interested in railway history.
  • West End Historic District

    1701 North Market Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 742 4663
    Step into West End and you are instantly taken back in time. Beautifully restored and renovated old buildings among tree-lined streets and brick sidewalks, testify to the historical importance of this district that was established in 1872. Apart from the ancient buildings whose architecture never ceases to marvel, the district also has museums, amazing stores and delicious restaurants. Host to various events throughout the year, West End is definitely a hit amongst visitors and has something to offer for every individual!
  • Dallas Central Mosque

    840 Abrams Road Richardson, TX 75081 United States - Phone: +1 972 231 5698
    This is Texas's largest mosque and many people come here to offer prayers and for other religious services. It is centrally located and offers parking.
  • Al-Islam Mosque

    2604 South Harwood Street Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 421 3839
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Apart from holding community meetings and discussions on Islamic topics, the mosque also feeds the homeless once a month. Visitors experience peace and tranquility in this sanctity as they offer their prayers to God.
  • Taqullah Mosque

    4737 Village Fair Drive Dallas, TX 75224 United States - Phone: +1 214 371 2772
    Masjid Taqullah is a non-profit organization dedicated to Muslim worship and other services. Lecture series and interfaith dialogues are often conducted. They offer marital services as well.
  • Uthaymeen Mosque

    2806 Martin Luther King Boulevard Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 256 3202
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
  • Big League Tours

    1000 Ballpark Way Arlington, TX 76011 United States - Phone: +1 317 534 2475
    The crack of the bat never sounded so good. If you're an avid baseball fan who's ever dreamed of visiting that historic stadium, or desired to watch that favorite childhood team you never got to see, Big League Tours will set you up with an exclusive baseball package that not only gets you a ticket to the ballgame, but also offers one-of-a-kind baseball opportunities. When you go on a Big League Tour, you might find yourself dining with a Hall of Famer or taking batting practice with an All-Star. With tours available in all 30 stadiums, you can customize your own memorable trip, or join a group on one of Big League Tours regional excursions. Whether your plan is to bond with the family at the ballpark or to spend a weekend with the guys, this unique tour company will provide an unforgettable experience that gets you up-close and personal with the Big Leagues.

    These tours are available during the regular baseball season. Call +1 866 619 1748 (Toll Free).
  • Floyd Casey Stadium

    off Valley Mills Drive Waco, TX 76711 United States - Phone: +1 254 710 1234
    The Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco belongs to Baylor University and is the home stadium for its football team, the Baylor Bears. This stadium was built in 1950 and has a seating capacity of 50,000.
  • Esplanade At Fair Park

    1121 First Avenue Dallas, TX 75210 United States - Phone: +1 214 426 3400
    Ask any local and you would know about Fair Park. This national historic landmark boasts of a wide number of venue space, hosting a variety of events. One such venue is the Esplanade. A huge crowd of thrilled spectators always surrounds the 1,000 ft reflecting pool of this place. Besides this spectacular attraction, this space also hosts the very famous KNON's Latin Energy Fest, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group's Fair Park Fourth and Green Apple Music Festival. An irresistible combination of fun and excitement, this place is an essential stop for people of all ages.
  • First United Methodist Church

    1928 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 220 2727
    Built in early 1900's, First United Methodist Church in the Downtown region has become one of the major landmarks of the city. Staunch believers of liberal thinking, this church has gracefully adapted to changing times, yet retaining their core belief in God and humanity. Choirs, plays and music form an integral part of this worship house. Moreover this church also serves as a venue for weddings. Say "I do" in a perfectly elegant 'sanctuary' within the church. Head to this tranquil place, if only to admire its beauty and simplicity.
  • Friendship West Baptist Church

    2020 West Wheatland Road Dallas, TX 75232 United States - Phone: +1 972 228 5200
    The Friendship West Baptist Church, is a beautiful church located in the city of Dallas. While its mission is to incorporate its members into worship, it also combines community service with prayers. The Church proposes an inclusive attitude towards the entire community. This is displayed in the fact that the public can rent the Conference Center of the Church for public meetings, corporate events or concerts. Non-members also can engage the services of the Church's excellent event management team for weddings or receptions.
  • Slaughter House

    2020 North Lamar Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 999 0708
    With a great deal of bloodshed and gore, Slaughter House is certainly not for the weak-hearted. Located in Downtown Dallas, this haunted house offers a mix of interactive and non-interactive characters who take you on a horror trip never witnessed before. With new additions in the decor and props, this place delivers the promised chill to the audience. Special Halloween Night is an event which people look forward to at Slaughter House. Although, this haunted house offers reasonable rates for its attractions, it barely qualifies as a must-visit. But if you happen to be in the Downtown area and are in a mood for unusual entertainment—Slaughter House is a safe bet.
  • Christian Chapel Temple Of Faith

    14120 Noel Road Dallas, TX 75254 United States - Phone: +1 972 239 1120
    Christian Chapel Temple of Faith is a beautiful church located in Dallas. Its goal is to incorporate its members into worship, and provide a house of prayer where they can restore and renew their faith in God. At the same time, it tries to combines the spiritual teaching with community service. The church has a Conference Center that the public can rent for public meetings, corporate events, conferences, fund-raiser events and concerts.
  • Annette Strauss Artist Square (The)

    2100 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 954 9925
    Artist Square is an open-air outdoor facility that lends it space for the hosting of several events. The Annette Strauss Artist Square is a park-cum-staging venue that comes under the administration of The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs and The Arts District Friends, whose major objective is to establish a niche where visitors can have a gala time watching performances. The venue can befit several music, dance, arts and theatrical productions for as many as 3,000 at a time.
  • Energy Square

    Corner of Greenville & University Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 571 1300
    The Energy Square in Dallas is located at the corner of Greenville & University. Tucked amidst tall buildings, the square plays host to the St. Patrick's Day Parade and other local events.
  • Fair Park Automobile Building

    1010 First Avenue Dallas, TX 75210 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 8400
    The historic Fair Park arena houses many important structures and attractions, Fair Park Automobile Building being one of them. The structure was constructed in 1947 and it replaced two buildings gutted in a fire. Tall and beautiful figurines representing United States, France and Mexico give you a grand welcome. During the State Fair of Texas, hordes of people head to the Automobile Building to check-out the updated and amazing collection of four-wheelers. While touring Dallas, do visit this building and your kids will truly be delighted to browse through the unique and experimental cars show-cased here.
  • Discover Dallas Tours

    4410 Glenwick Lane Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 521 3737
    Explore Dallas and Fort Worth with the fun-filled Discover Dallas Tours. They offer a variety of tours, including walking and bus tours. One of their best tours is the Dallas Highlights, which will introduce you to some of the best sites in the city. Their specialty tours are also fantastic, from Professional Spots Tour to Culinary Experiences. Plus, their guides are friendly and knowledgeable.
  • AT&T Stadium

    1 Legends Way Arlington, TX 76011 United States - Phone: +1 817 892 4000
    The stadium of the Dallas Cowboys, the city's NFL team, is a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility that was officially completed on May 29, 2009. It replaced the open-air Texas Stadium. Designed by a Dallas-based architectural firm, AT&T Stadium can seat up to 100,000 people, and is one of the world's largest domed stadiums. Fans of football will definitely want to catch a game at this stadium.
  • Addison Circle Park

    15650 Addison Road Addison, TX United States - Phone: +1 972-450-2851
    Addison has worked hard on its beautification plans lately and the evidence is clear to see. Addison Circle Park is in between the Addison airport and the loud Belt Line Rd but it’s hard to notice in this subtle, yet beautiful area. This charming park has everything needed for a fun afternoon.  Bring a Frisbee, ice chest, or a picnic. Let the kids or pets run through the fountains in the summertime. Athletes will the scenery while running or walking.  Across the street are charming shops and dainty restaurants.  If planning a family reunion or wedding reception the facilities can also be rented.
  • Downtown Carroltown

    1102 W. Main Street Carrollton, TX 75006 United States - Phone: +1 9722424490
    Dallas has plenty of big malls but sometimes those little intimate Mom and Pop shops can be sorely missed.  For one of those reminiscent moments stop over at the Downtown Carrollton shopping area.  This old downtown still stands as a block of old shops that have been occupied by independent craft and antique sellers. 
  • Addison City Hall House

    5300 Belt Line Road Addison, TX United States
    This treasure is tucked away behind malls and chic restaurants but it's still worth a visit.  More importantly, it's the home of the Addison traveler and explorer.  Though tours are not offered of this old beauty the visitors bureau is here and can point you in the direction of many different festivals and shows in the area. Especially nice during the Christmas season, it's decorated with beautiful lights and garlands.
  • Dallas Segway Tours

    1907 North Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 800 880 2336
    Experience one of the most unique and fun guided sightseeing tours downtown Dallas has to offer. With several daily tours to choose from, discover the sights and history of Dallas in a whole new way, riding a Segway! Tours run seven days a week at 10a and 2p.
  • Bishop Art District

    North Bishop Avenue Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 946 7404
    The Bishops Art District is a shopping paradise found in the middle of Oak Cliff. This artistic, inviting district is a collection of unique, independent shops, restaurants, and galleries. There's a lot to explore, so wear your walking shoes. Whether you're looking for something for your home, your pet, or your friends, you'll find one-of-a-kind items to fit your needs here. 
  • Cottonwood Park

    1400 West Belt Line Road Richardson, TX 75081 United States
    With a variety of apartment complexes and shopping centers around the park it's very surprising to find such a serene area as Cottonwood. The small lake that runs through it provides many different activities. The playgrounds and cook-out areas offer a great outing for families and friends. Because of how nice Cottonwood is, it's host to many different festivals throughout the year. Just beware of the Texas heat in the summer and be prepared!
  • Texas Discovery Gardens

    3601 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard Dallas, TX 75210 United States - Phone: +1 214 428 7476
    Situated on Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard in Dallas, the Texas Discovery Gardens are a must-see for any visitor to Dallas. This place is one of the only gardens to be certified as 100% organic by the Organic Research Center of Texas. The garden is surrounded by greenery and numerous specimens of native plants. Visitors can drop by one of the ten themed areas which include a native wildlife pond, a scent garden, a butterfly habitat, an heirloom garden, and a shade garden. 
  • Dallas City Hall

    1500 Marilla Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 571 1000 (Tourist Information)
    Situated just a few blocks away from the Park Plaza in Downtown Dallas, the Dallas City Hall is a majestic and very modern piece of architecture. Constructed by architects Theodore Musho and I.M. Pei, the building resembles an inverted pyramid. The city hall stands as the seat of Dallas's civic and government operations. Spread over seven floors, the Dallas City Hall has 1,400 workstations with very high partitions as a separator. The main area of the building is the second floor which is rightly named as the Great Court because of its high vaulted ceiling and 250 feet length.  The building also houses a conference center and an state-of-the-art auditorium. The place is surrounded by the City Hall Plaza which is often used for open air events, protests, speeches and rallies.
  • Lee Park

    Turtle Creek Boulevard & Lemmon Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 520 0977
    Majestic beautiful and dressed with a sea of green the Lee Park on Turtle Creek Boulevard is one of the most stunning and gorgeous parks Dallas has ever seen. Spread over nine acres of land, this pastured park has a waterfall, pavilions, a children's garden and a marvelous Croquet Court. Inside the Lee Park is the fascinating Arlington Conservancy which was set up by the combined efforts of the Dallas Southern Memorial Association, the Oak Lawn Forum, the Dallas Tavern Guild and the The Turtle Creek Association. Be it for a picnic, to walk your dog, for an early morning jog or just to spend time outdoors, the Lee Park will serve just right. The Lee Park is also a noted events space with neighborhood functions, meets and gatherings taking place here.
  • Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve

    5901 Los Rios Boulevard Plano, TX 75074 United States - Phone: +1 972 941 7250(City Park Council)
    Spread over a whopping 800 acres (323 hectares) of lush greenery, the Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve is the largest park in all of Plano. Families and groups take full advantage of the soft surface trail and concrete trails that run along the Rowlett Creek, offering panoramic views of some spectacular flora and fauna. There is also an amphitheater which plays host to live gigs, cultural and community events.
  • Main Street Garden

    1901 Main Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 4100(City Park Council)
    Located in downtown Dallas, the Main Street Garden is a park that was created as a part of a sort of downtown revamping program of the Dallas Government. Opened in 2009, the landscaped lawns of the garden have since welcomed visitors and locals alike, whether they seek a leisure stroll, or wish to attend a concert at this park. Designed by the Landscape Architects Firm, Thomas Baisley Associates, this park has facilities like a dog run, a playground, a splash fountain, and even a cafe, called Lily Pad Cafe. The park has free Wi-Fi, and its premises are given on rent for a range of events. See the website to know more.
  • Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm

    970 Garden Park Drive Allen, TX 75013 United States - Phone: +1 972 747 8000
  • Mckamy Middle School

    2401 Old Settlers Road Flower Mound, TX 75022 United States - Phone: +1 469 713 5991
  • Lynn Creek Park

    5700 Lake Ridge Parkway Grand Prairie, TX 75052 United States - Phone: +1 817 467 2104
  • Meadowmere Park

    3000 Meadowmere Lane Grapevine, TX 76092 United States - Phone: +1 817 410 3122
  • Oak Grove Park

    2520 Oak Grove Loop South Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 410 3122
  • Arlington City Hall

    101 West Abram Street Arlington, TX 76010 United States - Phone: +1 817 459 6777 / +1 817 459 6100 / +1 817 459 6122
  • Randol Mill Park

    1901 West Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76012 United States - Phone: +1 817 459 5474(City Park Council)
  • Galatyn Park

    2351 Performance Drive Richardson, TX 75082 United States - Phone: +1 972 744 4300
  • Bachman Lake

    3500 West Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75220 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 4100(City Park Council)
    This beautiful freshwater lake offers a nice oasis in the city. Bachman Lake is a man-made lake was originally to be Dallas' water source, but that idea was later rejected because the lake was too small. Today this lake is perfect for fishing and sailing. If you want to fully enjoy the scenery then take the 3.3 mile (5.3 kilometer) trail that surrounds the lake.
  • Norbuck Park

    Corner of East Northwest Highway & North Buckner Boulevard Dallas, TX 75218 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 4100(City Park Council)
  • Reverchon Park

    3505 Maple Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 7721
  • Getzendaner Park

    Main Street and Grand Avenue Waxahachie, TX 75165 United States
  • Harry Myers Park Pavilion

    815 East Washington Rockwall, TX 75087 United States
  • Caruth Lake Park

    Caruth Lane Rockwall, TX 75087 United States
  • Lakewood

    Lakewood Dallas, TX United States - Phone: +1 214 571 1300(Tourist Information)
    Lakewood is an area and neighborhood of the city of Dallas. Close to scenic White Rock Lake, Lakewood offers a mix of history and modernism. Its streets house many historic structures, estates and buildings dating from the 1920s and 1930s eras. The prominent entertainment venues here include the popular Lakewood Theater, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Art Deco Lakewood Post Office and the Wine Therapist (a popular wine tasting room and shop). Matt's Rancho Martinez and Angelo's Spaghetti House make for the neighborhood's gastronomic history, while the shops and retail outlets represent urban development.
  • Urban Adventure Quest

    400 South Houston Street Dallas, 75202 - Phone: +1 805 603 5620
    Looking for a way to turn Dallas into a giant game board? Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of The Amazing Race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Dallas. Guided from any smart phone, groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. The adventure begins in the heart of the downtown historic district and takes you on a well designed course among historic monuments, past great artwork and the along the site of national tragedy. The tour requires approximately 2.5 miles of walking and uses the local transit system at one point in the game. Using a smart phone as the "guide" allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play. Stop for some great Texas BBQ or enjoy a nice cold tea…and why not? It's your schedule. Offered at a fixed price for a group versus per person pricing, this city tour/game offers a great value to those on a budget.
  • Legoland Discovery Center

    3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway Grapevine, TX 76051 USA - Phone: 1 877 818 1677
    This fun-filled attraction is perfect for kids. Be part of the action with the 4D Cinema and marvel at the small landmarks in Miniland. Enjoy a wild ride on the Kingdom Quest.  Of course, Legoland wouldn't be truly Legoland without legos and you'll find over two million Legos on site!
  • Zero Gravity Thrill Park

    11131 Malibu Drive Dallas, TX 75229 United States - Phone: +1 972 484 8359
    For a thrilling day, visit the Zero Gravity Thrill Park. You'll find extreme rides that are sure to please even the most adventuresome. Go on the "Skyscraper" and experience incredible speed. Then, test your courage by riding "Nothin’ but Net", a 16 story free fall. You'll be sure to have a thrilling time!
  • Deep Ellum Brewing Company

    2823 Saint Louis Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 888 3322
    Beer-making is a fine art form at the Deep Ellum Brewing Company. The business prides itself on the use of top-quality ingredients and have their hops freshly shipped from Portland. The bittering agent infused with host of innovative flavors gives way to a variety of ales, stouts and lagers. Try the classic Deep Ellum IPA or opt for more adventurous concoctions like the Cherry Chocolate Baltic Porter or the Farmhouse Wit.
  • Klyde Warren Park

    2012 Woodall Rodgers Freeway Dallas, TX 75261 United States - Phone: +1 214 716 4500

    If you're looking for fun outdoor activities in Dallas, head over to Klyde Warren Park. Built over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway, this park gives city-dwellers a much needed green space. Dogs can run free through the water fountains in the dog park to keep cool. Concerts and other events open to the public are held here often. Bask in the sun, play some chess or ping pong, or take the kids over to the playground - make a day of it! 

  • Peticolas Brewing Company

    2026 Farrington Street Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 234 7600
    Located right in Dallas' Design District is this small craft brewery. Peticolas Brewing Company's products can be found in bars around Dallas, but the best way to taste them is right from the source. On the first and third Saturdays of every month, show up with some cash for a tour and receive a Peticolas pint glass and three wooden nickel tokens to redeems for beers at the end of the tour. Experienced and knowledgeable brewery staff guide you on a short but informative tour about the brewing process, then in the end try one of their distinctive beers like Great Scott, Velvet Hammer or Royal Scandal, among others.
  • Community Beer Company

    1530 Inspiration Drive Dallas, TX 75207 United States
    Opened at the beginning of 2013, Community Beer Company likes to think of itself as more than just a craft brewery. The brewery hosts tours every Saturday afternoon and the price gets you a pint glass and four drink tickets so you can sample the wares. They usually have a few food trucks posted up during touring times too so you can delight all your taste buds. In addition to the tours, Community Beer Company hosts all kinds of community events at the brewery like art shows, concerts and beer school just to name a few.
  • Sail with Scott

    2055 Summer Lee Drive Rockwall, TX 75032 United States - Phone: +1 214 803 0025
    Sail with Scott offers fantastic cruises on Lake Ray Hubbard. They offer both private and public cruises that range from romantic to fun to relaxing. Take a trip on the Seawolf, a gorgeous wooden catamaran, or the larger Harbor Lights, an air conditioned two level power boat. Don't forget to ask to steer the boat for a minute, it's the perfect photo opportunity!
  • Gondola Adventures

    357 West Fork Irving, TX 75039 United States - Phone: +1 866 646 2064
    Experience Mandalay Canal and Lake Carolyn like you've never experienced it before! Reserve a private gondola for a romantic trip for two or a fun filled cruise with your friends and family. Gondola Adventures has a variety of gondolas, from the intimate rowing gondolas to the larger electric gondolas. There are a variety of tours, including the popular and romantic Delectable Dessert Cruise. If you want a singing gondolier make the request when you make the reservation.
  • Pierre's By The Lake

    3430 Shorecrest Drive Dallas, TX 75235 United States - Phone: +1 214 358 2379
    Backlit by the shimmering waters of Bachman Lake is a pinnacle in fine, elegant dining. The coziness of this residence turned restaurant provides an intimate and warm atmosphere. Each of the dining rooms has a lakeside view, but for actual lakeside dining, request a seat on the outdoor patio. Dinner and lunch are served, with special buffets available on Easter Sunday and Mother's Day. Lunch entrees include Broiled Salmon Steak, Seafood Fettuccini, Grilled Chicken Breast, and, a Texas favorite, Chicken Fried Steak. Sole Pierre's with lemon butter, crabmeat and artichoke hearts highlights dinner entrees. Other favorites are Veal Piccata, Prime Filet Mignon, and Peppered Tenderloin. Reservations are recommended for weekend dining.
  • Cafe Madrid

    4501 Travis Street Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 528 1731
    The authentic food served here reflects the owner's frequent travels to Spain. The atmosphere is lively and casual, with outside tables to enjoy the sunshine. The offering of 25 various tapas changes on a daily basis, so although you may not find your previous favorite, you may be pleasantly surprised the next time around. Selections may include rabbit, quail, oxtail stew and other Spanish delicacies, as well as a variety of all-vegetable dishes. The all-Spanish wine list here earned the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Home-made desserts are another specialty you won't want to miss. Reservations are not accepted, so plan to stay a while for an excellent meal that is worth the wait.
  • Deep Sushi

    2624 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 651 1177

    Transformed from an old gun shop in the heart of Deep Ellum, contemporary furnishings and modern art are stimulating contrasts to the traditional cuisine. This sushi bar and Japanese restaurant offers live music from local favorites on Friday nights, while patrons enjoy continental favorites, including classic seafood and vegetable rolls, shrimp tempura, sushi rolls, soba noodles, beef or chicken teriyaki, and sashimi. Call ahead for hours.

  • India Palace Restaurant & Bar

    12817 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 972 392 0190
    Indian Palace Restaurant & Bar offers excellent authentic cuisine, but with a keen eye for the taste buds of the western patrons. If you like delicious Tandoori dishes like chicken, lamb kebab or seafood, look no further. A local favorite since 1985, the restaurant serves a wide variety of curry dishes, Balti specialties and a number of vegetarian selections. The beautiful greenery and soft lighting set the mood for a perfect romantic rendezvous.
  • Kobe Steaks

    5000 Beltline Road Dallas, TX 75254 United States - Phone: +1 972 934 8150
    This Japanese-style restaurant's advertising says it all, it is "Dinner And a Show". Talented chefs prepare your meal hibachi-style, while entertaining both children and adults with their culinary antics. The menu offers a variety of favorites, including chicken, beef and seafood delicacies. The cheerful cocktail lounge gives the restaurant a casual atmosphere, ideal for family and friends, as well as business travelers looking for a relaxing night out.
  • Benihana

    7775 Banner Drive Dallas, TX 75251 United States - Phone: +1 972 387 4404
    At Benihana's you get your entertainment and meal at the same time. Tender choice filets of beef, fresh mushrooms, onions and zucchini dance across the grill in front of your eyes as your own personal chef prepares your meal hibachi-style. And the juicy tenderness in the steak extends to the seafood and chicken as well. The restaurant is located just behind the Sheraton Park Central Hotel.
  • Butcher Shop Steakhouse (The)

    808 Munger Avenue Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 720 1032
    The Butcher Shop is one of Dallas' best-kept secrets. Specialties of the house include sumptuous steaks and mouth-watering prime rib. This is the perfect restaurant for the true meat-eater. The restaurant boasts a full bar where you can enjoy all your favorite drinks, including an extensive wine selection, as well as specialty drinks. The Butcher Shop's relaxed environment allows you to escape after a hectic day. For those who like to cook, choose to prepare your own steak on one of the massive grills or have the chef prepare it to your order. During hockey season the Butcher Shop offers special combination packages including dinner, game tickets and transportation.
  • Crockett's

    5410 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway Dallas, TX 75240 United States - Phone: +1 972 934 8400
    Located in the Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre, Crockett's is the perfect place to have a fun-filled dinner with the family, a nice romantic dinner, or even a solo evening out on the town. The menu is versatile and has something to satisfy everyone's tastes. Superb creations include Grilled Baby Lamb Chops, Pork Tenderloin, and the Lobster-stuffed Chicken, complete with hazelnut cream sauce. The all-American wine list complements the delectable cuisine. Do not forget to try the savory signature desserts.
  • Bavarian Grill

    221 West Parker Road Plano, TX 75023 United States - Phone: +1 972 881 0705
    Enjoy authentic German cuisine in the warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere of this popular restaurant. Specialties of the house include Jaeger Schnitzel (breaded schnitzel topped with sauce and mushrooms), Oberstdorfer Sauerbraten (roasted marinated beef), Tiroler Rostbraten (strip steak), Wiener Tafelspitz (Vienna-style prime rib), and many more authentic dishes. You can also choose from more than 50 great German Beers as well as a large selection of German wine and Schnapps. Live entertainment is offered nightly and a highlight of the week is Tuesday night jazz. The Bavarian Grill is definitely one experience you will not soon forget.
  • Hoffbrau Steakhouse

    311 North Market Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 742 4663
    This legendary restaurant is known as one of Dallas' best steakhouses, with the Texas-based chain's original restaurant located in Austin. Steak, chicken and seafood lovers alike find something to whet their appetites at Hoffbrau. The comfortably rustic Hoffbrau, featuring walls adorned with license plates, bull horns and neon signs, as well as a mindful staff, make this steak house a Texas tradition not to be missed.
  • Lavendou

    19009 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75252 United States - Phone: +1 972 248 1911
    The blue and yellow decor and the dried lavender bring to mind the French countryside. The interior is romantic and inviting, but the authentic French food is the true draw. The Chef's Menu for lunch includes soup or salad, Roasted Chicken, Fish of the Day or Pasta Provencal, and dessert. Dinner includes such delights as Roast Duck with Montmorency Cherries or Sautéed Trout with Almonds and Crab Claws. The Vegetarian Plate with Pasta is an excellent light choice for diners. On Thursday evenings, dine on the patio, as a vocalist and French guitarist perform enchanting melodies.
  • Grape Restaurant (The)

    2808 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 828 1981
    The dark, cozy ambiance here is popular among lovers, but the food and wine are the real stars. The menu changes bi-monthly, so there is always some new delight to try. Relax in the softly lit room or choose a patio table to observe the action on Lower Greenville. Lunch favorites include the quiche lorraine and walnut sea bass. Popular dinner entrees include the braised lamb shank and beef tenderloin. Cream of mushroom soup is a favorite starter. The wine list has over 100 offerings with several reasonably priced selections.
  • Calle Doce Restaurante (La)

    415 West 12th Street Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 941 4304
    Since it debuted in 1981 as the first Dallas Mexican restaurant to specialize in seafood, locals have come here for family meals and romantic evenings. Dine in one of several cozy rooms or on the inviting patio of this 1920s Victorian home. Fresh seafood is the mainstay of the traditional Mexican dishes. Favorite entrees include Paella, Grilled Catfish and Ceviche. Weekday lunch specials attract business professionals daily. Tequila connoisseurs will be pleased with the selection and the Acapulco-style margaritas are a Dallas legend.
  • Tillman's Roadhouse

    324 West Seventh Street Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 942 0988
    Tillman's Roadhouse provides a casual approach to sophisticated dining. Located in a building from the 1950's in the Bishop Arts District, patrons are surrounded by memorabilia from times gone by. A favorite of area office workers, the unique blend of old and new provides an unusual oasis from the doldrums. The menu focuses on fish and seafood, although there are beef and chicken dishes as well. Choose from baby back ribs with Oriental coleslaw and barbecue sauce, blackened catfish, grilled trout, salmon and marinated chicken with lime and cilantro.
  • Vineyard (The)

    1800 Highway 26 East Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 481 8444
    If you have a layover at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport one morning or if you are just in a mood for a hearty breakfast, look no further than The Vineyard. Located at the Hilton Conference Center inside the airport, this restaurant is known for its lavish breakfast buffet. A variety of eggs and pastries, as well as an excellent selection of pancakes and French toast are available.
  • Willhoite's Restaurant

    432 South Main Street Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 481 7511
    This fun establishment was transformed from an auto garage into its current exhilarating state. The popular bar is always hopping from happy hour into the wee hours of the morning. The casual rustic decor with wood accents create an ambiance enjoyed by families and singles alike. Enjoy good down-home eats in the back restaurant area, including a Texas tradition, chicken fried steak. The giant Texas buffet located under a real Model T Ford makes for an interesting, nostalgic dining experience.
  • Adelmo's Ristorante

    4537 Cole Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 559 0325
    Italian and Lebanese influences create an uncommon selection of cuisine. Basted in Mediterranean herbs, spices and grains, each selection is carefully chosen for its regional authenticity. The dress is business casual and reservations are not required. The lunch menu features such specialty items as Lobster Ravioli, Gnocchi with Gorgonzola cream sauce, and Grilled Lamb Chops on a bed of cous cous. Elegant dinner entrees include Veal Chops, Marinated Rabbit, Grilled Rack of Lamb, or a 16-ounce Rib-eye Steak.
  • Penne Pomodoro

    6815 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 373 9911
    Tucked into the Snider Plaza Shopping Center, near Southern Methodist University, is the Mediterranean-Middle Eastern Penne Pomodoro. This hip bistro has an open-air style kitchen. Dallas chef Avner Samuel hits another home run with this quaint but chic dining nook. If you are a custard connoisseur, select from three fantastic flavors baked daily! Local favorites include Spinach and Aged Ricotta Cheese Ravioli, Roasted Halibut, and Triple Creme Brulee.
  • Sevy's Grill

    8201 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 265 7389
    Sevy's, named after co-owner Jim Severson, is a relaxed, dimly lit and well-designed restaurant located near the Preston Center shopping and business district. The restaurant is known for its unbeatable service and creative cuisine; it is the ideal place for business lunches or fine dining. The eclectic menu leans towards Southwestern design. A variety of pasta dishes are great, but you can't beat the "Sevy-sized" steaks and splendid desserts. Menu favorites include Marinated lamb Chops, Dry Aged New York Strip and Prosciutto Wrapped Jumbo Shrimp.
  • Cisco Grill

    6630 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 9506
    This grill is tucked away in the nostalgic Snider Plaza Shopping Village, adjacent to Southern Methodist University. The aromas of southwestern cuisine greet you as you walk in the door. Warm and colorful, this is a cozy place to eat with patio seating, weather permitting. Colorful lights and comfortable booths make the dining area cheery and fun. Membership is required to purchase alcohol. From Black Bean Tacos to the Herb-Crusted fish of the day, there's a little spice for everyone's tastes. Try the Tacos Al Carbon or old-fashioned burger and fries. Chips and queso are also a great way to whet your appetite.
  • Amore Italian Restaurant

    6931 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 739 0502
    Italian dining in a restaurant that will make you think you are in New York. This small, narrow restaurant is a terrific choice for intimate Italian cuisine. The dimly-lit cafe is full of brick alcoves that showcase art. Here, at Amore Italian Restaurant, busy evening hours are very exciting, as the shoulder-to-shoulder conversations create a very New York-style atmosphere. Favorites on the menu are lasagna, Chicken Aristocrat (a grilled chicken and fettuccine dish) and scrumptious wood-fired pizzas. Truly a food lover's delight!
  • Peggy Sue BBQ

    6600 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 987 9188
    Located in the nostalgic Snider Plaza, this 1950s corner cafe, Peggy Sue BBQ is a perfect setting for a plate of Texas barbecue. Texana art and photography line the walls. Comfortable booths and rustic decor make this place feel like an old Texas diner, which it is. Menu favorites include the Peggy Sue Pulled Pork sandwich, the fresh "Homemade Fixins" salad, and the palate-pleasing Fried Apricot or Chocolate Pie. On cold days, the place is packed with people ordering the Chicken Vegetable Soup.
  • Dunston's Steakhouse

    8526 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, TX 75235 United States - Phone: +1 214 637 3513
    A Dallas favorite, Dunston's is family-owned and has been in business since 1955. Mouth-watering steaks are grilled over an open grill, visible as you choose from the myriad of selections available at the salad bar. Regulars consistently praise the beef stew. The ambiance is comfortable and inviting and the deep, red-cushioned booths and white table linens add a touch of class.
  • TwoRows Classic Grille

    711 Central Expressway Allen, TX 75013 United States - Phone: +1 972 396 8670
    An eclectic collection of Old World brew and funky, fresh food combine in a timeless scenario of fun. This warehouse-style establishment welcomes patrons through a wrought-iron gate. The meandering pathway winds its way through an eyeful of neon wonder. Old-fashioned hardwood bars, floors and tables add warmth to the contemporary glare of bright neon. Entrees center around a combination of Mexican dishes jolted with Texas spices. Choose from enchiladas, tacos and nachos, as well as an array of pastas and pizzas. Sandwiches and salads highlight the lunch menu and are healthy on the heart as well.
  • Nueva Casita

    5807 Blackwell Street Dallas, TX 75231 United States - Phone: +1 214 750 5441
    Pete Dominguez's family restaurant is known for its outstanding, authentic Mexican food. Pete's cantina, located just off Greenville Avenue near Park Lane, will be someplace you come back to again and again. This small cantina is filled with colorful Mexican tiled tables and wooden booths. Almost everyone orders Pete's enchiladas, but save room for the Chile Rellenos, one of the specialties. Ordering a combination meal or a la carte allows you to create your own meal. Top off your experience with the famous Sopapillas smothered in honey.
  • Black Forest Bakery & Henk's European Deli

    5811 Blackwell Street Dallas, TX 75231 United States - Phone: +1 214 987 9090
    For Authentic German food and live music, this deli and on-site bakery are a real treat. You can enjoy a classic German meal and then pick up a few things from the market and bakery to take home. Sit amidst authentic German-style decor. On various nights, there is live folk music. The imports in the market area are very interesting to look at on your way out. Choose from an array of mouth-watering Schnitzels, German sausages and Potato Pancakes. Then, get ready for a stein of German beer. This place is great for breakfast too. The bakery serves European cakes with fresh whipped cream or butter cream icing, as well as wedding and birthday cakes.
  • Lover's Egg Roll

    3501 Mckinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 443 1888
    For excellent Chinese cuisine, Lover's Egg Roll is a fast-food option without the fast food taste. This local favorite serves one of the best crispy egg rolls in town. The decor is stark but comfortable. The food is the focus. The menu is above the order counter on a cafeteria-style board. The traditional sesame pork and lo mien noodle dishes are fantastic entrees, but leave room for an order or two of egg rolls. Additional locations include two others in Dallas, as well as Plano, Lewisville, Irving and Southlake.
  • Angry Dog

    2726 Commerce Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 741 4406
    Angry Dog, this Deep Ellum bar and restaurant is a favorite pub for happy hour and sports enthusiasts. Comfortable and dimly lit, it has a great neighborhood bar atmosphere. The Angry Dog is filled with television monitors for game watching, as well as simple tables and chairs for diners. Their hot dogs are known by locals as being some of the best in town - and the burgers aren't bad either. They also have an assortment of tasty appetizers to choose from, such as Stuffed Jalapeños and Angry Dog Chicken Wings. And if you're a beer drinker, this is a place not to be missed, because this joint has over 100 kinds of domestic and imported beers.
  • Campisi's Egyptian Lounge

    5610 East Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 827 0355
    Since 1946, Campisi's has been serving award-winning Italian food—a family-owned favorite among Dallas residents. One half of the restaurant has a sports bar/pizza cafe ambiance. The other half is dimly lit with traditional booths and tables. The oval-shaped pizzas are so popular that on some evenings the line to get in is wrapped around the front of the building. The salads, lasagnas and breads are also outstanding selections.
  • Half Shell's Oyster Bar and Grill

    6617 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 691 8164
    While strolling around the quaint Snider Plaza shopping area, you will stumble by this excellent seafood nook. Enter and enjoy the small bar, comfortable dining booths, or patio area. The warm and friendly wait staff welcomes you to this casual neighborhood atmosphere. Black boards with the fish of the day guide you to the perfect choices for lunch or dinner. Oysters on the half shell are an all-time favorite. The blackened fresh fish selections are wise choices.
  • Cremona

    2704 Worthington Street Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 871 1115
    Cremona's is tucked away between the Uptown and Turtle Creek areas. It is a favorite spot for authentic Italian recipes. Candles lit on the red-checkered tablecloths of the quaint dining room add a warm touch—the restaurant is both intimate enough for couples, and large enough for families and groups. Live music is featured Thursday through Saturday, and is sure to make your experience here a memorable one. Cremona's Lasagna, Fettuccine Alfredo, and Manicotti are all excellent entree choices, prepared from traditional Italian recipes.
  • Mi Cocina

    77 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 521 6246
    Mi Cocina is a great Mexican restaurant and bar located in the Highland Park Village shopping center. The atmosphere is festive, colorful, and lively. The chic decor and friendly wait staff make this restaurant feel like a party whenever you walk in. The traditional Tex-Mex entrees are served with a touch of class. The enchiladas, flautas, nachos, quesadillas and fajitas are exceptional, while the tortilla soup is a bit unique-- it has peas! After your meal, stroll through the shopping center and window shop. 
  • Cafe Pacific

    24 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 526 1170
    A classic steak and seafood house with beautiful architecture, Cafe Pacific looks like it should be in Boston. Located in historic Highland Park Village, you'll find elegant dining in a picturesque, upscale shopping village. It's a splendid place for special occasions or business dinners. Lobster is a specialty here, but so are a variety of steak dishes. Daily seafood specials are always a worthwhile detour from the norm.
  • Cafe Express

    5600 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 352 2211
    Chef Robert Del Grande has another hit to add to his list of successful restaurants including Houston's Cafe Annie and Taco Milagro. Cafe Express reflects his flair and expertise in a classy, fast-food environment. Contemporary and colorful, Cafe Express is a fun, light-hearted place for lunch or dinner. Try the grilled chicken salad with bacon and toasted pecans. The turkey burger is another great choice. Or try the grilled chicken with pesto sauce, which comes with a side of fettuccine alfredo.
  • Dupre's Short Stop

    6920 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 360 0311
    Packed at lunch, this homemade sandwich and catering shop is a popular cafe in the nostalgic Snider Plaza shopping village. Dine at the small cafe tables or grab a boxed lunch to go. All white meat chicken, tuna and egg salads sandwiched between two slices of homemade bread make for one of the best lunches in town. Take-out family dinners include King Ranch Chicken Casserole and Beef Stroganoff. Don't leave without buying the "best little cookies" in the house—they are wonderful! While you are here, take in some fresh air while strolling through Snider Plaza's picturesque fountains and park benches.
  • Forestwood Antique Mall Garden Tea Room

    5333 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75244 United States - Phone: +1 972 392 3911
    The Forestwood Antique Mall Garden Tea Room is a great "ladies do lunch" place. Enjoy sandwich trios and fruit cups as you browse the antiques that surround the tearoom. Here, you'll find a quaint lunch atmosphere with simple cafe tables. Lunch hours are quite busy, but the delicate foods are worth the wait. The chicken salad and soups are homemade and wonderful. Also enjoy desserts which are made from scratch.
  • Simply Fondue

    2108 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 827 8878
    It is hip! It is chic! Simply Fondue! This popular little nook in the Lower Greenville area is perfect for an intimate dinner. Return to this celebrated art of cooking, right at your table, by selecting from an assortment of fondue items. Larger parties of five or six enjoy circular booths that conveniently harbor multiple burners for easy dipping purposes. The beef, shrimp and chicken fondues are excellent. Finish off the meal with a Paradise Swirl, every chocolate lovers sinful delight!
  • Burger House

    6913 Hillcrest Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 361 0370
    The Burger House is a classic burger shack located near Southern Methodist University's campus. The burgers are phenomenal. You may wait up to an hour for your lunch on a busy Saturday. This nostalgic open-air burger stand has been located on Hillcrest for years. Picnic tables are scattered around and there is an old-fashioned burger bar inside. Hands down, the hamburgers are the big winners with the Garlic-Salted Fries coming in a close second. Hot dogs, corny dogs, or thick and frosty milkshakes round out the menu of this 1950s classic burger stand.
  • Keller's Drive-In

    6537 East Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75231 United States - Phone: +1 214 368 1209
    Classic cars and old-fashioned hamburgers are Keller's specialties. Very popular with all age groups, this hamburger institution is a great place to eat and enjoy beautiful weather. Rustic drive-in and parking carports give this place a nostalgic twist. Just flash your car lights to get the wait staff's (once known as car-hops) attention. The fish sandwich, chicken strips, homemade chili and other favorites provide you with a wide range of choices, not to mention the habit-forming hamburgers.
  • Bread Winners Bakery and Cafe

    3301 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 754 4940
    This Uptown cafe is a morning hotspot for homemade sweet breads and specialty coffees. Bread Winners, a neighborhood café, is set among the high-rise apartment communities of the McKinney Avenue area. It is a blend of upscale and comfort. The café, a local regular, is always bustling with people. The homemade breads are deliciously moist and soft - grab a few loaves to take home. Dishes are French themed blended with American ingredients and flavors. Enjoy weekday specials, their grand weekend brunch or both.
  • Javier's Gourmet Mexicano

    4912 Cole Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 521 4211
    Javier's combines gourmet taste with casual elegance, displayed by the dining atmosphere, as well as the menu. Diners enjoy the carved wooden bars, soft lighting, enormous stuffed bear and rustic Mexico-inspired furnishings in this elegant restaurant. The chips and dipping sauces are a wonderful way to warm your palette for an amazing dining experience. The Shrimp Brochette Cozumel and Monterey Jack Cheese is delicious. The fish choices are inventive and delightful and the margaritas are potent.
  • Celebration Restaurant

    4503 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 351 5681
    This family-friendly American restaurant serves wonderful food. A rock exterior compliments the warm and friendly setting, obvious the minute you walk in. The casual atmosphere and attentive waitstaff makes this an excellent location for lunch and dinner. The Cucumber Finger Sandwiches are a hit with ladies seeking light lunches. The soups, salads and pastas are also terrific. This restaurant offers a lovely array of party appetizers in their catering line-up. Outdoor dining is available.
  • Earnie's of Dallas Continental Supper Club

    5100 Beltline Road Dallas, TX 75254 United States - Phone: +1 972 233 8855
    This is great first date place - impress someone special for a night complete with dinner and dancing. The casual atmosphere with upscale decor add to the experience of this venue, which is more than just a restaurant. This is a contemporary night spot where business diners and music lovers alike gather to unwind. The beautiful extended bar invites conversation and is visible from the tastefully decorated dining room. Steak and seafood entrees are the specialty here, prepared in a variety of different ways.
  • Z Cafe

    1924 North Henderson Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 821 0991
    Z Cafe serves exceptionally fresh tasting Greek specialties counter-style. It draws an interesting mix of customers stopping by for breakfast and lunch. The owner, Nick Zotos, designed most of Z's decor himself. The tables are stained black with blue, white and black accents. Photos and Greek treasures adorn the walls. Expect Greek specialties such as Souviaki, Dolmas and Baklava. The Dolmas are good served with a Greek salad and warm pita bread.
  • BoBo China

    1112 West Northwest Highway Grapevine, TX 75238 United States - Phone: +1 817 481 3885
    BoBo China offers a pleasant dining experience for local Dallas residents and business travelers alike. This restaurant offers a varied menu that incorporates delicate traditional flavors from China. Beautiful lighting and elegant Chinese figurines create a relaxed atmosphere. Almond Chicken is just one of the well-prepared dishes offered on the daily buffet. A large selection of other entrees are also available from the buffet.
  • Blue Goose Cantina

    2905 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 8339
    Tex-Mex at its best, the Blue Goose is always overflowing with faithful patrons. This indoor and outdoor street side cafe is lively. Patio-style seating makes this casual meeting place a comfortable fit for everyone. Sit and watch the people go by or dine inside and enjoy the view of Greenville Avenue. The Fajitas are sizzling as they head to just about every table. The Chicken Fajita Nachos are also excellent. Margaritas outsell any other beverage at this fun spot.
  • Blue Mesa Grill

    7700 West Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 378 8686
    The Blue Mesa Grill is one of Dallas' favorite restaurants for excellent Southwestern cuisine. Cool, contemporary colors match the style and flavor of this chic restaurant, while Adobe fireplaces add a nice, homely feel. Try the signature specialties like Sapphire Swirl and the Dirty Margarita. Monthly parties are good times to be present when free tequilas are offered along with matching appetizers. Happy hour is popular here and is fun time with a complimentary Quesadilla Bar. Sundays are a special day complete with a brunch treat.
  • Foods from Galilee

    6710 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 750 0330
    Foods From Galilee offers terrific Middle Eastern cuisine in a delightful environment. Small cafe tables and a faithful lunch crowd make this Southern Methodist University—area restaurant a popular spot. The casual atmosphere and friendly service makes this an excellent place for lunch and dinner. Gyros, Falafel, cabbage rolls and hummus are Middle Eastern favorites. Traditional sandwiches are simple and fresh if you prefer American favorites.
  • Cindi's NY Delicatessen Restaurant and Bakery

    11111 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75243 United States - Phone: +1 214 739 0918
    Whether you're after a good old-fashioned breakfast or hot pastrami on rye, Cindi's is the place to go. Cindi's mixes the feel of a southern diner and a New York deli. Cozy and comfortable, it is a great place to start the day or grab a quick lunch. With an excellent quality of food available, all of the sliced deli meat selections are good choices. The pancakes and sausage are so delicious, you'll be humming happily for the rest of the day.
  • Bob's Steak and Chop House

    4300 Lemmon Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 528 9446
    Located just south of Oak Lawn on Lemmon Avenue, Bob's Steak and Chop House is dimly lit and layered in warm, dark woods creating an elegant, classy atmosphere—an excellent location to enjoy good food for lunch and dinner. The menu is mouthwatering. Specialties include the Maryland-Style Crab Cakes, 120-ounce Ribeye Steak and Roasted Duck with green peppercorn sauce. Aside from the great food, Bob's is an excellent place to dine, because the staff is known for its friendly and attentive service. A business casual dress code is preferred, so dress to impress.
  • Bartley's Bar-B-Q

    413 East Northwest Highway Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 481 3212
    The casual, sit-down, picnic-table atmosphere at Bartley's Bar-B-Q makes this the perfect place to spend a leisurely afternoon or a pleasant early dinner. Known for their great barbecue, this restaurant packs people in and definitely makes them come back. No visit to Bartley's is complete without sampling the authentic barbecued bologna, guaranteed to melt in your mouth. Other barbecue selections include beef preparations, turkey and chicken, as well as a variety of side dishes, such as baked potatoes and sandwiches.
  • Al's Hamburgers

    1001 Northeast Green Oaks Boulevard Arlington, TX 76006 United States - Phone: +1 817 275 8918
    Even though the 50s are long gone, Al's benchmark burger, served Al's way, draws a whole new generation of fans. The lines out the door prove that, even in the 90s, a delicious double-cheeseburger is still in high demand. The crispy fries and grilled chicken breast are worth sampling, too. The casual decor and cheerful ambiance make this an excellent location for families. Many University of Texas at Arlington students also dine here for quality, affordable fare.
  • Kathleen's Art Cafe

    4424 Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 691 2355
    Kathleen's Art Cafe is a funfilled and vivacious cafe and a splendid option for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It offers fine catering and baked goods, as well as meals. The art on display changes regularly (it is for sale, too). With its art gallery atmosphere, eclectic upscale clientele and imaginative menu, Kathleen's is a perfect choice for a casual meal. Breakfast is amazing, not just your usual ham and eggs. Look for incredible concoctions and daily creations based around the basic pancake and egg. Lunch and dinner menus are equally impressive with a variety of salads, entrees and desserts.
  • SĒR Steak + Spirits

    2201 Stemmons Freeway, 27th Floor Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 761 7479
    For perfectly grilled steak and a spectacular view, the SĒR Steak + Spirits is an excellent choice for exquisite dining. Located on the 27th floor of one of the towers in the splendid Hilton Anatole, this restaurant has beautiful views from every dining area. Their menu features amazing meat and seafood options. Try a cheese platter for a starter then move on to the entree with options like the Prime Porterhouse, Colorado Lamb Chops, and Day Boat Sea Scallops. Don't forget to order the creme brulle for dessert. SĒR Steak + Spirits is also known for their impressive bar selection and unique cocktail such as The Mermaid, a drink with 12 year old rum.
  • Ozona Grill & Bar

    4615 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 265 9105
    Ozona Grill & Bar is a favorite place for those looking for a laid-back atmosphere and a grill with great food. The Sunday brunch draws a large and loyal crowd. Wood floors and tin tabletops make this a mountaineer's dream. It's a very ski lodge-like place complete with wood-burning fireplaces. The Chicken Fried Steak is the best in town. The Tacos al Carbon are a hit, as is the Chicken Pasta Salad. On Sundays, there's a 'build your own Bloody Mary bar' to complement the brunch menu.
  • St Martin's Wine Bistro

    3020 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 0940
    St Martin's Wine Bistro is a quaint Lower Greenville cafe, a New American cuisine delight. Sample from a list of 400 vintage wines to complement your meal. For an added touch of class and to create a romantic atmosphere, a live pianist performs nightly. Start your meal with a bowl of the the champagne-brie soup. Enjoy a variety of seafood selections and if you're on a romantic date, the private dining areas are a good choice for dining.
  • Houston's Restaurant

    8300 Preston Road Suite A Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 691 8991
    No other phrase describes a place like Houston's other than 'a great night out'. Count on a great meal and great service every time. The dark, club-like atmosphere features both traditional tables as well as booths with candlelight illuminating the dining area and just enough natural light filtering through the windows to create an inviting ambiance. The grilled chicken salad with peanut sauce is a local favorite, but a good old-fashioned hamburger gourmet style is always a classic. Well-prepared fish and pasta dishes are fantastic selections and come your choice of baked potato or soup. Be sure to finish with a five-nut brownie a la mode!
  • Dakota's Steakhouse

    600 North Akard Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 740 4001
    Take an elevator from street level down to Dakota's, located in the heart of downtown Dallas. This underground oasis is a spectacular discovery. With a flowing waterfall on the light-strewn patio, this quiet getaway is perfect for a romantic evening or a private business dinner. The menu is upscale new American. The wine list is impressive. Fillet Mignon, fish, pastas and chicken entrees are outstanding. Salads and vegetables are fresh and imaginative. The desserts are mouthwatering.
  • Teppo Yakitori & Sushi Bar

    2014 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 8989
    This establishment is ambitious in its entrees and popular among the professional crowd. Situated among the new and unique of the lowest Greenville district, Teppo Yakitori & Sushi Bar offers casually elegant and relaxed dining. Teppo is artfully lit with sleek contemporary tables and chairs, and the outdoor patio is a favorite when weather permits. Sushi and yakitori are the recurring menu favorites. Selections range from seasonally fresh Sardine Sushi and Grilled 'Shishito' Peppers to Beef Tendon. There are several vegetarian items as well.
  • Aoba Sushi and Steakhouse

    14902 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75254 United States - Phone: +1 972 503 6888
    This establishment's energetic menu is inspired by chef Masa Nagahima, a native of Fukuoka, Japan. With more than 25 years of experience, his creations are an intricate mix of new and old traditions. Traditional Japanese decor surrounds comfortable tables and the ambience is one of fun and festive adventure; as though you are in a Japanese family's home. Traditional Japanese favorites, such as sushi, sashimi and miso soup are staples here. Other selections range from chicken teriyaki to soba noodle dishes. A unique dining option is to cook a one-pot meal at your table called "nabe," which offers an array of thinly sliced meats and vegetables. Lunch specials are a bargain find. Choose from "lunch boxes" of chicken teriyaki and tempura shrimp or sushi. Each is served with miso soup, a salad and steamed rice.
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    17840 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX 75287 United States - Phone: +1 888 722 4320
    Ruth's Chris serves serious steaks in a classy, comfortable setting. Located in the Oaklawn area near Love Field Airport, Ruth's Chris remains a constant favorite. One room has large glass windows overlooking a lush lawn. Another room is more like an elegant sports bar. Do not miss the game while you are enjoying your choice of delicious steaks. Sizzling in butter, your steak of choice makes a grand entrance to your waiting arms. Optional sides include baked potato, mixed vegetables, rice, salad and bread.
  • Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

    3520 Oak Lawn Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 521 4700
    A Texas family started this terrific seafood house with a touch of Louisiana flavor. The Pappas family has hit another homerun with this uptown Pappadeax's Seafood Kitchen. This seafood kitchen is rustic and shabby chic. Bricked walls and metal garage door room dividers make it an interesting architectural site. There is plenty of room for large parties. The fried crab finger dinner is incredible. Other excellent fresh seafood favorites include crabs, salmon, trout, catfish and halibut. The baked potatoes here are among the best in town. Desserts are delicious finales and are plentiful enough for two.
  • Old Mill Inn (The)

    3611 Grand Avenue Dallas, TX 75210 United States - Phone: +1 214 426 4600
    The historic setting of the Old Mill Inn in Fair Park is a perfect place for before or after-theater dining. An old water mill complements your nostalgic, quaint experience. This is a comfortable place with dark wood that mimics an old mill's rustic interiors. Expect American-style home-cooked specialties, steaks and daily specials. Homemade soups and breads are tasty. Enjoy scrumptious desserts and coffees during special musicals or events in Fair Park.
  • Dixie House (The)

    6400 Gaston Avenue Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 2412
    For fine Southern-style dining, the Dixie House is your night out. Plentiful family-style eating keeps regulars coming back for more. There are other locations throughout Dallas. Southern kitchen-style dining is the theme of this Dallas favorite. Large family tables can accommodate big groups and parties. This is a very comfortable place to relax and enjoy. Popular selections include chicken fried steak, fried chicken, meatloaf, fresh vegetables and homemade whole-wheat rolls. Hearty family platters satisfy all appetites.
  • Kuby's Sausage House Inc

    6601 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 2231
    You will rarely meet someone who has eaten at Kuby's just once. The sausage has been drawing large crowds for a long time. This is a cozy coffee shop setting with large communal tables. There are no strangers at Kuby's. Early each morning, diners order hot bagels, oatmeal and tasty coffee to jump-start their day. At lunch, regulars stick to the basics like polish sausage, sauerkraut and German potato salad. salmon, pink fish and schnitzel are other popular favorites. The latter is served with a seasoned red cabbage that will make your mouth water. Make sure that at least one member of your party orders the beef rouladen so everyone can have a sample.
  • Texas de Brazil

    2727 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 720 1414
    Texas de Brazil is re-inventing the churrasco trend that began in early 1997, offering all-you-can-eat quality meats with accompanied by a salad bar at one set price. This location is the second in the franchise and occupies space formerly used by actor Chuck Norris' cigar bar. The elegant surroundings bring a new level of class to the idea of all-you-can-eat. Reflecting its name, the atmosphere is delightfully Brazilian from the decor to the flamboyant wait staff. skewered grilled meat, including beef, chicken, fish and lamb are offered in huge helpings. Bacon-wrapped filet mignon, chicken breast, lamb chops and Brazilian sausage are just a few of the house specialties.
  • Baker's Ribs

    3033 Main Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 748 5433
    Once an old warehouse, this barbecue joint is a Downtown favorite for ribs, sliced beef and chopped beef sandwiches. Rustic tables and a comfortable Deep Ellum location make Baker's Ribs perfect for the downtown crowd. There is nothing fancy about the decor, but most serious BBQ eaters are more interested in the juicy, lean sliced beef as opposed to the wallpaper. The seasoned brisket and ribs are perfectly complemented by an array of side dishes. The chopped beef baked spuds are tasty too.
  • Riviera (The)

    7709 Inwood Road Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 351 0094
    One of the city's best Italian restaurants, The Riviera is truly a fine dining place. A very romantic setting is what guests will find which is perfect for a special occasion dinner. The owner is often found kissing the hands of ladies entering his award-winning establishment. Try the spinach tortellini as an appetizer and for your meal, the sautéed prime sirloin is incredible. Save room for your choice of elegant desserts.
  • Nicola's Ristorante

    5800 Legacy Drive Plano, TX 75024 United States - Phone: +1 972 608 4455
    Nicola's adds special touches to its Italian cafe that exemplify the first-class service and cuisine. The farfalle con salsiccia is a wonderful pasta with thinly sliced sausages. This place makes its own cheeses and desserts. It is a great place to relax and get terrific service.
  • Taco Diner

    4011 Villanova Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 696 4944
    For real, stuffed Mexican tacos and a retro atmosphere to go with it, Taco Diner is a chic place to visit. It is a cross between a Jetson's Cartoon and a roadside diner. This refreshing, contemporary diner is a terrific place to grab lunch or dinner. The corn tortillas are almost indescribably wonderful. Try them with chicken and cojita cheese or mushrooms and grilled pork. The fajitas are plentiful, very lean and quite tasty.
  • Gloria's Oak Cliff

    600 West Davis Street Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 948 3672
    Every table is lined with signature margaritas and nachos at Gloria's Oak Cliff. With several locations, the Oak Cliff cafe and cantina is a popular choice. Colorful tables and booths make this an upbeat place to dine. Gloria's serves up a fun and festive atmosphere. Pupusas are cheese-stuffed corn tortillas. Try them! You will like them here. Fajita-topped nachos are incredible and the banana leaf tamales are tasty as well.
  • Chuy's Tex Mex Restaurant

    4544 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 559 2489
    Walk into Chuy's and lose all of your worries. It's a fun, festive Mexican cantina perfect for happy hours or special celebrations. The funky, eclectic decor is eye-candy for diners. Large, cozy booths and tables can accommodate large groups. It's often crowded during happy hour and sometimes overflowing on weekends. The combination platters allow you to sample a little of this and a little of that. The enchiladas are a mainstay, and the chile con queso is among the best in town.
  • Snuffer's

    3526 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 6850
    Snuffer's has a warm cozy atmosphere that is always lively and fun. Rustic dark woods and booths make this a comfortable place to call home after a late night or when you want to watch a football game with friends. The burgers and cheese fries are legendary and the marinated chicken strips are delicious. Just about everything on the menu is a great selection here.
  • Texadelphia

    5500 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 265 8044
    If you will not be visiting Pennsylvania any time soon, here's your chance to enjoy the meal that the city of Philadelphia made famous! A visit to Texadelphia takes you back in time, which is inviting and enticing. While burgers, grilled cheese sandwiches and other basic American plates are available, most diners cannot wait to try the cheese steak, complete with grilled green onions and Mozzarella cheese.
  • Celebrity Cafe and Bakery

    65 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 528 6612
    Celebrity Cafe and Bakery located in the center of the Highland Park Shopping Village is doing big business for a reason, their baked goods and menu items are superb! Bright orange and pink colors create a happy atmosphere in this bakery. Housewives mingle with business professionals as well as local college students at this bakery/restaurant, which serves both breakfast and lunch. Selections include hot cinnamon rolls and scones baked from scratch, as well as fruit kolaches and a wide variety of muffins and breads baked fresh each day. The lunch crowd chooses mostly salads, sandwiches and soups. Popular choices include pimento cheese made from scratch, as well as tasty chicken salad. Fresh juices and coffee perfectly complement your meal.
  • Goff's Charcoal

    6401 Hillcrest Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 351 3336
    Goff's Charcoal is a classic hamburger restaurant with simple tables and comfortable chairs and has been a secret favorite of local residents for years. Be sure to try the wonderful salad burger with a special sauce or the spicy chiliburger. Those who want to try something really different should order "Deal #12", a combination hot dog/hamburger with chili, cheese, onions and hickory sauce. Don't forget to order some of the spicy onion rings and finger licking French fries. Beer is available, as well as sodas and coffee.
  • Gator's Croc & Roc

    1714 Market Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 748 0243
    At Gator's Croc & Roc you can enjoy a Cajun lunch on the rooftop or sing along with the piano player after dark. Gator's has a fully stocked bar with more than a dozen different frozen concoction machines lining the back wall. The bar is large with a great selection of draft beers and every imaginable liquor. Upstairs is a more casual deck patio with picnic tables and an additional mini bar. Don't get too caught up in the great music or you might find yourself on stage singing a Jimmy Buffet song. Despite a Cajun theme, you'll find all of the American favorites such as burgers, nachos and great chicken fingers.
  • Billiard Bar (The)

    1920 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 7665
    With a patio facing Greenville Avenue, you can enjoy cool Texas nights while visiting with friends at Billiard Bar. Inside you'll find pool tables and a jukebox packed with all your favorite 1970s-1990s tunes, adding to the comfortable atmosphere of this neighborhood bar. This spot has a biker feel to it, so don't overdress. Unlike a lot of the bars on Greenville Avenue, the service is excellent and you don't have to shout to be heard. The Billiard Bar is one of the few places you can actually find a seat or stand without being shoulder to shoulder with everyone else. The food is great Italian fare at an excellent price. Although they have a nice assortment of liquor and wine to sip on with your meal, your best bet is a nice cold beer.
  • Milo Butterfinger's

    5645 Yale Boulevard Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 368 9212
    Right down the street from Southern Methodist University, Milo's is a hot spot for the college crowd. You'll find billiards and darts in the back, if you can get through the shoulder-to-shoulder crowd surrounding the bar. Amidst the neon glow and year-round Christmas lights, you'll find televisions to catch your favorite sporting event. If you're lucky enough to get a seat at one of the booths, enjoy an appetizer from the limited, but well-chosen menu. Other selections include typical American favorites such as burgers, nachos and chicken fingers. Although the specialty is a large assortment of beer, the bar does have some wine and liquor choices.
  • Balcony Club

    1825 Abrams Road Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 8104
    Located above the Lakewood Theatre, Balcony Club is a perfect place to unwind after a long day at work or just to relax on the weekend. They feature live jazz and blues acts. Classical guitar concerts offer frequent entertainment, as well as an occasional Poetry Salon to add a touch of culture to your life. Relax in one of the comfortable booths or take a seat at the bar. There is plenty of room to stretch your legs. The well-stocked bar offers cold beer at a great price, wine, and mixed drinks.
  • Matt's Rancho Martinez

    6332 La Vista Drive Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 5517
    Owned and operated by well-known Texas chef Matt Martinez Jr., Matt's Rancho Martinez is one of the best Tex-Mex spots in the metroplex. If you fail to reserve a table, you can count on a long wait as this place is packed from open to close. The laid-back style of this restaurant is typical for this Lakewood neighborhood, where the focus is on fine cuisine rather than appearances. Rancho Martinez has a great patio where you can dine and enjoy a breath of fresh air. Martinez is famous for The Bob Armstrong appetizer, a unique combination of cheese, guacamole and ground beef. For an entree try the flautas, chile rellenos or Matt's own Mexican version of chicken-fried steak.
  • Angelo's Italian Grill

    6341 La Vista Drive Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 5566
    Angelo's is a neighborhood favorite for an intimate evening. The friendly, personalized service is a hallmark of this family-owned and operated restaurant. This is the perfect spot for a first date or 25th wedding anniversary. Candlelit tables with red tablecloths and napkins add an Italian touch to the air. The upstairs banquet room is perfect for private parties or business functions. The serene, quiet atmosphere encourages great conversation. Try the crab milano or the chicken putanesca for a traditional taste of the Italian recipes passed down through Angelo Fantinucci's grandmother. A nice selection of beer and wine is available to complement your meal.
  • Alfonso's

    718 North Buckner Boulevard Dallas, TX 75218 United States - Phone: +1 214 327 7777
    Enjoy great Italian food at Alfonso's. The friendly service and made-to-order dishes are excellent. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, as though you are sitting in Aunt Maria's kitchen waiting for your lasagna. Begin your meal with an order of scrumptious garlic rolls. The lasagna and pizza are great, but the specialty here is the chicken piccata. Alfonso's also features a fully stocked bar with a well-rounded wine list.
  • Prego Pasta House

    4930 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 9204
    Prego Pasta House has wonderful authentic Italian fare, all of the sauces are made from scratch using family recipes passed down through many generations. The service is personalized and efficient. White tablecloths and napkins add a touch of elegance to the dining area. The exterior of the restaurant looks like an Italian bistro with green striped canopies and spacious windows facing the street. Italian fare is definitely the specialty, but there are plenty of other seafood, steak and chicken options on the menu. Try the crab claws or the shrimp scampi. The fully stocked bar offers Bellinis and Brandy Alexanders among other specialty drinks.
  • Terilli's

    2815 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 827 3993
    Terilli's has some of the best live jazz music in the Metroplex. Although this place is great for a date, the business crowd is also well represented. During lunch and after-work hours the restaurant is nearly full. Any of the traditional Italian dishes are wonderful with a glass of wine chosen from the impressive wine list. Terilli's is well known for the Italchos, Italian nachos with a wide variety of toppings to choose from.
  • Sons Of Hermann Hall

    3414 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75371 United States - Phone: +1 214 747 4422
    The Sons of Hermann Hall is the best club in town to take a non-Texan. It is situated on the eastern edge of Deep Ellum. Enjoy good music, including country and rock, though the emphasis is country. The club is housed in a 1911 building, with an interior boasting hardwood floors and intricate beautiful oak ceilings. Bands play upstairs, and there are bars on both floors with various bottled beers and mixed drinks. All ages, including children, are welcome. During scheduled events, burgers and fries are available and are prepared by the Hall's youth group. You don't need to bring a partner, and age is not a factor. Bring an instrument and be prepared to join the circle.
  • Esparza's

    124 East Worth Street Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 481 4668
    In the heart of historic downtown Grapevine, Esparza's has a steady stream of hungry patrons from open to close. Family owned and operated, the vast menu boasts handmade specialties. Esparza's is especially crowded between 5pm and 7pm, when the after-work crowd descends in search of Esparza's famous margaritas. It's charming because it was once a spacious neighborhood home and historic buildings still surround it. After happy hour, there are plenty of families, friends and couples. The expansive menu has shrimp kabobs, tortilla soup and chicken tampiquena along with a well-rounded dessert selection. For a variety of tastes in one meal, try the appetizer platter loaded with taquitos, quesadillas, stuffed jalapenos and flautas.
  • Ravioli Ristorante

    120 East Worth Street Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 488 1181
    Ravioli Ristorante is a downtown Grapevine restaurant that offers modern Italian food in a romantic setting. Ravioli offers an elegant setting for your dining experience complete with crisp white tablecloths and cloth napkins complemented by a superior wait staff. Start off with a loaf of piping hot bread and take your time ordering from the expansive menu. Entree favorites include lasagna, veal piccata and cannelloni complemented with your choice of soup or dinner salad. Chef Mario Olverr brings you Italian food with a delightful French and Moroccan influence. Leave room for dessert—the crème brulee is superb.
  • Andrea's

    4816 Gaston Avenue Dallas, TX 75246 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 3100
    Andrea's features both Italian and Mexican creations from Alfonso Carmona and Salvador Garcia, well-known Dallas-area chefs. Located near Baylor Medical Center on the outskirts of downtown, this spot is popular with the downtown crowd as well as hospital employees. Functional, airy space creates a relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy imaginative cross-cultural selections. The chefs add a modern twist to traditional Italian and Mexican dishes like Mexican Fish Soup with the added flare of zucchini, shrimp and calamari. A variety of pasta dishes are available with a range of seafood from shrimp to mussels. Bruschetta with tomato basil and goat cheese is plentiful and delicious.
  • Cafe Izmir

    3711 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 7788
    Authentic Middle Eastern cuisine is what you'll find at Cafe Izmir, voted one of the "100 Best Restaurants in Dallas." The Nazari family maintains a high standard of excellent service and exotic cuisine. Part of the Izmir experience is the anticipation of what meal you will be served. The only decision you'll need to make is the type of meat you prefer, or you can go vegetarian. You might want to make reservations, since this place can get pretty crowded. Izmir provides an upscale, casual environment that highlights the sights and aromas of the Iranian culture. Several dining tables are available for large groups, as well as a patio for outdoorsy types. The eclectic crowd is a source of entertainment in itself. If you're not adventurous enough to let the cook create your meal, take baby steps and start with Tuesday Tapas Night, when you can choose from a wide variety of Middle Eastern appetizers.
  • Aw Shucks Oyster Bar

    3601 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 821 9449
    This popular Greenville Avenue hot spot is a great place to get some no-frills, fresh seafood in a relaxed atmosphere. Scarf down a dozen raw oysters before taking in a movie at the Granada Theater across the street or grab several dozen for take-out. Aw Shucks is reminiscent of the good-old days as it still relies on the honor system for payment. On your way out, tell the cashier how much you ate and they'll tally your bill. The front room is small but most people eat outside or get take out so the steady stream of patrons usually doesn't get unmanageable. Do not let the name fool you as raw oysters are not the only thing on the menu. Peel-and-eat shrimp and crab legs are favorites, but there are plenty of other grilled and fried seafood offerings. Make your cocktail sauce according to your taste at the self-serve condiment bar, a dash of horseradish can really spice it up.
  • Cuquita's

    2326 North Henderson Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 1859
    Cuquita's, in East Dallas, serves authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes from sun-up to sun-down. And like many early morning eateries, Cuquita's features a range of greasy dishes. The staff is bilingual and friendly besides homemade tortillas and fresh-squeezed lemonade are a good reason to visit Cuquita's. The vast menu includes everything from basic enchiladas to beef tongue. Breakfast includes Huevos Rancheros and made-to-order breakfast tacos. Call ahead for hours.
  • Dodies Seafood Cafe

    2129 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 821 8890
    Dodie's Cajun seafood is a nice change of pace from the Mexican and home cooking restaurants that populate Lower Greenville. Dodie's Dock is connected to the Regal Beagle Bar in case you want an after dinner drink. This casual restaurant fits right in with the Lower Greenville Avenue motto of "laid-back fun." It is usually so crowded that you won't notice the unfinished walls and seasoned furnishings. Filled with Southern Methodist University students and lots of couples, the atmosphere is relaxing and great for conversations. Raw oysters, crab claws, fried shrimp, red beans and rice and Po' Boys are complimented by garlic fries, cole slaw and hushpuppies. For a larger meal, try the crawfish Etoufee or a basket overflowing with fried fish.
  • Jenny Ho's Szechwan Pavilion

    8411 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 368 4303
    Jenny Ho's Szechwan Pavilion is some of the best Chinese food you will find in the Dallas area. The food is traditional Chinese with a spicy flavor. After 20 years of satisfying Dallas appetites, Jennie Ho's continues to maintain its reputation for excellent food, complimented by fast and friendly service. Favorites include the Twice-Cooked Pork which is pork, black bean sauce and lots of crisp vegetables, garlic chicken, kung pao chicken or sesame chicken.
  • Y.O. Ranch

    702 Ross Avenue at Market Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 744 3287
    Northern guests wanting to experience Dallas nightlife will love Y.O. Ranch, which opened in the historic downtown warehouse district in 1996. This restaurant named for a 60-square-mile ranch near Kerrville offers succulent steaks as well as a popular repertoire of Tex-Mex foods. A reasonably priced lunch menu is served in a very casual atmosphere, while the dinner setting is upscale with servers in formal attire. Menu items include grilled quail, 12-ounce pork chops and top sirloin. The food is billed as frontier fare with a light health-conscious touch. Lunch offerings are more along the Tex-Mex line with Prairie fire nachos, chicken-fried steak in five versions and the foot-long enchilada.
  • Chamberlain's Prime Chop House

    5330 Belt Line Road Addison, TX 75254 United States - Phone: +1 972 934 2467
    Chef Richard Chamberlain sets the stage for a romantic dinner or a perfect business meal with every visit. The atmosphere is rich with warm woods and gas lamps. This dining gem was selected by Gourmet Magazine as one of "The Top Tables" of 1997. Only the best cuts of meat, freshest vegetables and most delicious desserts are served. Filet mignon, prime rib, green beans with mushrooms and specially prepared fried potatoes and onions are local favorites.
  • Genghis Grill and Mongolian Stir-Fry

    5500 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 987 3330
    Vegetarians and meat lovers alike love this entertaining Mongolian grill. Serve yourself from a large table hosting a variety of meats, vegetables and tofu. The cook will chop and heat your selections right before your eyes. This is one of the newer spots on trendy Greenville Avenue. The large circular grill is home to a hard-working Mongolian chef. Most seats allow a birds eye view of the eclectic crowd and cooking show. Choose from beef, poultry and fish. Side items are virtually endless with numerous vegetables, tofu and even raw egg for a Mongolian fried-rice. Genghis is all-you-can-eat, making it a great place for the ravenous eater or the grazer that likes to try a taste of everything.
  • Purple Cow Restaurant (The)

    6025 Royal Lane Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 214 373 0037
    Milkshakes with alcohol. Why didn't someone think of this before? The Purple Cow is trying to return nostalgia and innocence back into American dining. Décor is simple fun, impeccably clean 1950s-style diner but includes the signature purple cow. Mouth-watering specialties include blue-cheeseburger which is a burger dripping with blue cheese, grilled palm beach that is a hot pimento cheese sandwich which is so full of melted cheese that parts of it escape the bread, the signature Purple Cow milkshake and the Peanut Butter and Jelly milkshake.
  • Café Panda

    7979 Inwood Road Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 902 9500
    The sensual aroma of savory food welcomes hungry visitors. Café Panda offers an extensive menu of authentic Chinese favorites. Classic Chinese decorations of vivid reds and golds on the walls combine with sturdy tables to give a sense of the orient. Normal clientèle is drawn, not only from the Park Cities crowd, but also all over Dallas. Menu items include the usually hard-to-get Mandarin delicacy Peking duck and such hot and spicy dishes as fire cracker shrimp and Kung Pao chicken. Café Panda offers a complete selection of beer, wine and mixed drinks.
  • New Big Wong

    2121 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 821 4198
    This is a good spot for a late-night dinner. Warm, thoughtful service and large servings are normal at the New Big Wong. The décor is traditional Chinese style, but the lighting is almost romantic. The superb wait staff will do their best to anticipate your every need without being intrusive. The menu boasts authentic Asian foods including deliciously spicy seafood dishes. Selections include shrimp, scallops, or crab meat. The fully stocked bar offers the ideal accompaniment to your meal.
  • NorthPark Center

    8687 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 7441
    NorthPark is Dallas' fashion destination with spectacular retail options, museum quality 20th-century art, and walkways landscaped to perfection. Stores here include Na Hoku Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Foley's, Dillard's, Kate Spade, Charles David, and more. NorthPark Center also offers a range of dining options, including McCormick & Shmick's Seafood Restaurant, Maggiano's Little Italy, and P.F. Chang's China Bistro. Convenient services include tax-free shopping for international visitors and complimentary shuttle to and from the DART/Park Lane Light Rail.
  • Grapevine Mills

    3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 972 724 4900
    Located only 30 minutes from downtown Dallas, this complex features more than 200 of the best names in manufacturers and retail outlets, off-price retailers and unique specialty stores including Off 5th-Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet, Wilson Leather, Coach, Sketchers, Gap Outlet, Sunglass Hut, Loft Outlet, Gymboree and much more. Grapevine Mills also offers numerous entertainment venues like Gameworks arcade, as well as unique restaurants including Rainforest Cafe and Kelly's Cajun Grill.
  • Galleria Dallas

    13350 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX 75240 United States - Phone: +1 972 702 7100
    One of Dallas's largest and most popular shopping centers, the Galleria offers more than 200 shops anchored by Macy's, Marshall Field's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Nordstrom. The mall also boasts an ice-skating center, various entertainment venues, a private sports and social club, a hotel, a five-screen General Cinema theater and many fine restaurants. The Galleria is the perfect place to spend a leisurely afternoon, shopping to your heart's content before catching a movie. 
  • Wild Bill's Western Store

    311 North Market Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 954 1050
    For those who crave a true Texas experience, this specialty store is definitely a must-visit. Whether you are looking for a souvenir for your aunt, cowboy hats for your kids, a pair of cowboy boots for yourself, or even an extravagant gift for that special someone, you can find it all at Wild Bill's. The store caters to Dallas' out-of-town visitors by offering shipping worldwide. 
  • St. Bernard Sports

    5570 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 357 9700
    With more than 12,000 square feet of winter sports gear, St. Bernard Sports is Dallas' number one ski and snow outfitter. From children's ski wear to step-in snowboard bindings, this specialty shop carries everything for the mountain-bound vacationer, including ski boots and equipment from more than 140 vendors. You can find complete selections from exclusive names such as The North Face, Bogner, Burton and Obermeyer. Masterfit University-trained technicians are also on-hand to assist you with ski boot custom-fittings.
  • Terry Costa

    12817 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 972 385 6100
    This designer shop features one of the largest selections of special occasion wear in all of Texas. Known for their savvy, stylish designs, the specialty shop has been a favorite among locals for the past decade. Not only does the store have an extensive bridal department with a wide array of contemporary styles, but they also carry a nice assortment of day and sportswear. With their competitive prices and excellent customer service, this is a shopping experience not to be missed. Special orders are gladly accepted.
  • Up in Smoke

    7700 West Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 368 0433
    For a complete source of quality cigars and other smoking accessories, look no further than Texas'own Up in Smoke. The specialty shop offers a broad selection of imported cigars, pipes, tobacco, collectibles and other gift items perfect for the smoker in your life. The friendly and knowledgeable staff is also very eager to assist you with your shopping needs, which is especially beneficial for non-smokers who may not be familiar with purchasing smoking-related merchandise.
  • Westbank Anglers

    5370 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 350 4665
    If you are looking for clothing for that special outdoor adventure, this store in North Dallas should be your first stop. Featuring an extensive collection of the finest fly fishing tackle, outdoor clothing and accessories, this specialty shop is dedicated to providing you with all the essential items needed for just about any exotic vacation. Designer brands carried include Patagonia, Ex Officio, Royal Robbins and Woolrich. The adventure travel experts here can arrange a fun-filled trip for you anywhere in the world.
  • Animal Crackers

    1900 Preston Road Plano, TX 75093 United States - Phone: +1 972 867 4802
    Discover all the colors of the rainbow at this fun children's specialty shop. You will find bright reds, vivid yellows, vivacious pinks, blinding oranges and other dynamic colors and patterns throughout the boutique. These exciting clothes will definitely put a smile on your little ones face. It is also a great place to find that unique birthday or Christmas gift. Visit the shop and free your child from their black and white world with a multitude of colorful choices. A second store is located west of Dallas in Southlake, at 120 State Street.
  • Byzantine

    5550 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 904 9086
    Located in Inwood Village, this selective boutique has an excellent selection of contemporary women's clothing. The shop specializes in young designer lines such as Leon Max, Easel and Nanette Lepore with affordable accessories to mix and match. You will also find fashion jewelry from Liz Palacios, Wasabi and Roxanne Assoulin. This is the place to shop for every occasion, whether you're looking for a beach sun dress or the perfect evening dress, you're sure to find something unique.
  • Macy's Redbird (Southwest Center)

    3550 West Camp Wisdom Road Dallas, TX 75237 United States - Phone: +1 972 780 6700
    Formerly named Foley's, Macy's came into the limelight when it acquired one of Dallas' most popular department stores, Sanger-Harris. With locations in several major malls across the city, Macy's offers shoppers a wide variety of popular brand names, well-known designer stuff and lots more at wallet-pleasing rates. Apparel for the whole family, furniture, gifts and accessories are all in abundant supply, as well as linens, bedding and coats. An extensive bridal registry and online shopping enhance the appeal.
  • Valley View Center

    13331 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75240 United States - Phone: +1 972 661 2424
    Sometimes overlooked by visitors intent on shopping the Galleria, Valley View Mall is a complete shopping experience in its own right. With multiple stores and restaurants, Valley View can keep a shopper pleasantly occupied for many hours. Anchors are Dillard's, JCPenney and Sears. Head to Game Town Arcade for passing your time with fun games that are sure to keep you and your friends occupied for hours together.
  • Collin Creek Mall

    811 North Central Expressway Plano, TX 75075 United States - Phone: +1 972 422 1070
    Sprawling over acres of Texas prairie on the southern edge of Plano lies the Collin Creek Mall. With several surrounding strip malls and numerous freestanding shops, the complex offers almost every item a shopper could imagine. Inside the mall are 150 stores and five anchors—Foley's, Dillard's, Sears, Mervyn's and J. C. Penney. Most unique about Collin Creek is the free services offered to shoppers, strollers, wheelchairs and the complimentary Premier Shopper Club, to name just a few.
  • Highland Park Village

    47 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 443 9898
    This upscale center is typical Highland Park--trendy boutique shops and stores that offer exceptional services. Located minutes from downtown at Preston Road and Mockingbird Lane, Highland Park Village offers free valet parking and a variety of shops, including Ralph Lauren and Banana Republic, as well as boutiques by Chanel, Cole Haan, Escada and Hermes. All that shopping can work up an appetite, so stop by Café Pacific, Celebrity Restaurant and Bakery, or Mi Cocina.
  • J. Reneé Shoes & More

    530 Preston Royal Village Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 214 368 8030
    Not only the hard-to-fit but also the fashion-conscious will want to visit J Renee Shoes and more. The store is known for a very classic line of elaborate embroidered shoes as well as other popular brands like Proxy and Rengoni. California Magdesian has recently been added as well. Handbags and other accessories are also available. Most shoes are available in sizes 5-13 American in N-widths.
  • Anne Fontaine

    71 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 522 0070
    La Chemise Blanche is one of three such shops in the U.S., although there are several in Europe and even one in Tokyo. Created by Anne Fontaine of Paris, the shirts are all white except for a couple in black and beige. Uncluttered lines, great fabrics and meticulous attention to detail make these styles truly go with everything! Every blouse is designed not only to be washable but also to retain its beauty through many launderings.
  • Haute Baby

    5350 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 357 3068
    Offering 'exquisite selections for the first year of life', Haute Baby is what many people call 'grandma bait'. Not for the faint of heart or the slim of pocketbook, this charming boutique lives up to its slogan with its unusual and stunning styles of infant apparel and accessories for sizes newborn-24 months. Several precious theme nurseries are on display (available by special order only) as are breathtaking bassinets and cribs.
  • Neiman Marcus

    1618 Main Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 741 6911 / +1 800 937 9146(Toll Free)
    No Dallas visit is complete without a trip to Neiman Marcus. Although the suburban locations are lovely in themselves, only the original downtown store gives you the full effect of Neiman Marcus. Elevator operators announce the floors, and beautifully presented merchandise tempts even the most resistant shopper. The world-famous Zodiac Room is the perfect location to enjoy an elegant lunch. Every well-known, upscale designer is represented and many have exclusive boutiques within the store. The level of service is impeccable.
  • Allie Coosh

    6726 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 8616
    All of the clothes here are designed and made on the premises by owner Paulette Martsolf and her staff. Cut along simple, elegant lines, the designs are mostly coordinated pantsuits and other separates in classic natural transitional fabrics that know no season. This is perfect for not only Dallas' temperate climate but also the varied climates encountered by travelers. There are wools for those who go to colder places and the softest micro fiber for the trendy. Everything on display, from handcrafted scarves to jewelry, are the works of artisans all over the world. Buy from the floor or choose a favorite fabric and design and have your clothes designed just for you.
  • Cotton Clothing Company

    6614 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 739 1861
    Sportswear and comfortable casuals with moderate to better price ranges draw an enthusiastic clientèle. Owners Marty and Ann Pinkowitz have gathered an eclectic group of lines from Fresh Produce, PJ Salvage, Kiko and Russ Berens in rich, lush colors. The customer service is excellent and you'll be pleased with the selection at Cotton Clothing Company.
  • Mary Ellen's

    6730 Snider Plaza Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 361 7015
    For those who want a unique touch without sacrificing comfort, here is a collection of casual, fun clothing and accessories. The eclectic mood ranges from traditional southwestern looks to more streamlined contemporary styles at Mary Ellen's. None are ordinary but all are easy to wear. Crystal-pleated broomstick skirts satisfy a more conservative taste. No feet will ever hurt in footwear from Born, NAOT and Clark.
  • Bellini

    4502 Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 352 2512
    Bellini is a delightful upscale collection of clothing, gifts, furniture and accessories for infants and toddlers. The owner is an expert on different aspects of parenting and safety and is always willing to answer your questions. The colorful nursery ensembles found here sport fanciful motifs. Charming vignettes show how beautifully everything goes together to make a baby's environment stimulating and safe.
  • Spicy Couture

    5600 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 357 6555
    Spicy Couture sports a minimalist look, with lots of space and clothes arranged on racks by color. Simple, uncluttered lines are the focus among separates sporting surprising, funky touches. There are unique and simply elegant after-five and full-length dresses. Unusual accessories complete your look and take you from work to play with ease.
  • Children's Collection Beauty

    5600 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 353 9671
    Children's Collection holds a great selection of clothing, toys and accessories, as well as a children's beauty salon. Outfit your child in stylish, carefree comfort from shoes to hats and everything in between in sizes ranging from infants to 14. Beautiful party dresses, First Communion dresses and grown-up-looking suits are easy to find here. For fun times, there's also a variety of costumes and dress-up accessories available.
  • Elements

    4400 Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 987 0837
    A breezy, uncomplicated style characterizes Elements nestled in the shadow of the North Dallas Tollway. Comfortable, casual looks, jazzy after-fives and sophisticated work attire dominate the forward-looking fashions for the young and young at heart. Whether you're looking for a unique cocktail dress or just something to wear to the park on a cool spring day, you're sure to find something that catches your eye here.
  • Isadora Altman

    150 Spring Creek Village Dallas, TX 75248 United States - Phone: +1 972 233 1963
    The professional woman will appreciate the versatile coordinates featured at Isadora Altman. Offering stylish and comfortable fashion, Isadora Altman carries clothes that take you from office to errands to kid stuff and then out for the evening. One group features skirts, pants, jackets, and vests trimmed with velvet and brocade. For special occasions, there are great shiny separates to combine with basic black for a very fresh look.
  • Maddox Shop (The)

    130 Casa Linda Plaza Dallas, TX 75218 United States - Phone: +1 214 328 3009
    You met Karen Nueberger on the Oprah show, now see her cozy pajamas at The Maddox Shop. Available from small to extra-large sizes for $32-$58, these are the most attractive and comfortable pj's imaginable. In addition, there are cotton pajamas by Alepin, and a Canadian line. Add custom-fitted lingerie for everyone from brides to expectant and nursing mothers and you have a collection to satisfy every lingerie need.
  • Nostalgie Gifts and Antiques

    629 Preston Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 4498
    Step back in time and browse through this collection of unique, antique-inspired gifts at Nostalgie Gifts and Antiques. Wonderful vintage and quasi-vintage collectibles are the norm at Nostalgie. You'll find the complete Arthur Court line of attractive, easy-care, aluminum accessories, great reproductions, stained glass windows and even string stools. Other items include crosses, birdhouses, clocks, pillows, candles and even food items.
  • Biz (The)

    8408 Preston centrer Plaza Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 692 5437
    Kid Biz has a new "big sib" called The Biz, exclusively for juniors and pre-teens. With lines designed for those who have outgrown kid sizes, The Biz promises to be a winner. Favorites like XOXO, ROXY, ToTheMax and Guess are featured along with a wide selection of accessories and jewelry. Lucy Ann sterling jewelry and Prudence Knox Designs will delight parents and grandparents. Kids will love the new customizable bracelets by Nomination, a first in the Metroplex. Jon Hart luggage, bags and totes add to the fun of this specialty store.
  • Kid Biz

    8408 Preston Centrer Plaza Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 692 5437
    Here you will find the largest selection of Flapdoodles (those great cotton mixables for boys and girls) under one roof in Texas. Girls who want the best will appreciate Monkey Wear, Roody Kazoody, Jane Doe and Rocky T. For boys there are Wes and Willie, Metropolitan Prairie and Charlie Rocket. Infants aren't left out with imports like Petitboy and Catamini join JM Originals and Baby Lulu to please the tiniest customers' parents.
  • Pockets Menswear

    46 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 368 1167
    One of the few independent men's clothiers left in Dallas, Pockets has evaded competition over the years, thanks to their outgoing service and quality merchandise. With modest roots traced back to when the married owners set up shop at home, to its current popularity quotient, the specialty store has come a long way. From suits by Italian designer Emenegildo Zegna to turtlenecks from owner David Smith's own Tasca line, Pockets offers complete dressing for gentlemen with a taste for class and sophistication.
  • Ken's Man's Shop

    309 Preston Royal Village Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 214 369 5367
    Since 1964 Kens has been attracting and keeping clientele by offering quality, service and value for discriminating men and women. Popular designers like Jhane Barnes, Audrey Buckner, Zanella and Pal Zilieri can be found here, along with Mezlan shoes and Eton shirts. Moreover, this is the only place in town to get a DKNY suit in any size from 36-56. For hip quality casual wear, there is 4-U America, exclusive to Kens, and very affordable. Finally, a handsome collection of antique and estate collectibles will charm the ladies as well.
  • King's Cross Antiques

    1528 Slocum Street Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 742 8800
    One of several antique dealers in the Knox-Henderson area, King's Cross offers a wide variety of English and French antiques. There are Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian pieces along with porcelains from Staffordshire and Majolica. Country French and Provencial furniture pieces complement the Flow Blue and Blue Willow pottery collections. Whether you're looking for something special to decorate your home or a unique gift, you're sure to find something here that catches your eye.
  • Whimsey Shoppe (The)

    2923 North Henderson Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 824 6300
    This shop features such rarities as a green-enameled stove from Burgundy, an early 18th century Normandy deux corps, a 17th century table from the Basque area of France, and a lamp made from old armoire keys from the streets of Paris. Early 19th century table desk with barley twist legs and much, much more tempts international antique lovers. The shop also offers tableware, accessories and collectibles, along with an extensive collection of old French copper and a French farm table collection. This gallery is a must for antique lovers.
  • Once Upon a Child

    7000 Independence Parkway Plano, TX 75025 United States - Phone: +1 972 618 5800
    Located at the intersection of Independence and Legacy, this incredible store is unquestionably one of the largest, high-quality children's resale shops. "Kids' stuff with previous experience" is their tag line. Shoppers can find many designer labels filling the racks, including Gap, Gymboree and many more. Gently used furniture, toys, cribs and strollers are also available.
  • Emeralds to Coconuts

    2730 North Henderson Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 3620
    Eclectic shoppers will quickly discover a new home away from home at this unique shop. The shop specializes in 'culturally enriched' unisex clothing, including such quirky items as kinky chapeaux, peasant blouses, woven vests, concho belts and Turkish sandals. Many of the clothing items are imported from Guatemala, Indonesia, Turkey, India and China. Also within the quaint store, you'll can find jewelry, puppets, masks and various other eccentric tidbits.
  • Leggs Hanes Bali Playtex

    1717 East Spring Creek Parkway Plano, TX 75074 United States - Phone: +1 972 881 1006
    Located in the fabulous Plano Outlet Mall, this specialty shop is a dream come true for women tired of paying high prices for hosiery. This outlet store carries all the popular brands of Hanes, Bali, L'eggs or Playtex. Shoppers can also discover quality irregular men's, women's and children's socks and pantyhose from designer labels such as Underalls and Coloralls, Bali, Hanes Her Way and Playtex bras.
  • Collars 2 Cuffs

    1140 Empire Central Drive #170 Dallas, TX 75247 United States - Phone: +1 214 638 5050
    Boasting a 4,000-square-foot showroom space, this specialty shop is one of Dallas' best-kept secrets. With its professional, high-quality service and long list of designer fashions at discount prices, it's no wonder so many men have wanted to keep this little jewel all to themselves. Shoppers will find custom shirts, business attire, golf and casual wear, formal wear, shoes and much more.
  • Haggar Clothing

    11818 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, TX 75234 United States - Phone: +1 972 481 1579
    The Haggar brand outlet draws shoppers intent on snagging designer fashions at discounted prices. Located just around the corner from its corporate headquarters, this outlet shop carries slacks, sport coats, suits, shirts, shorts, jackets and jeans. Sizes go up to 54. Whether you're looking business or casual wear, you can't beat the selection of Haggar clothing at these unbeatable prices.
  • Puttin' on the Ritz

    6615 Snider Plaza # 200 Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 827 6060
    From Victorian vintage to funky '70s styles, Puttin' on the Ritz pleases even the most jaded vintage shopper. Whether you are looking for your own personal repertoire or for that oh-so-special party, this shop has something to fulfill your needs. Puttin' on the Ritz specializes in vintage ball gowns that range in price from $200 to $3,000. WiFi access available.
  • Culwell and Son

    6319 Hillcrest Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 522 7000
    One of Dallas oldest men's stores, Culwell and Son has always offered far more than clothing. Not only the finest labels in the industry, but also a wide range of services characterizes Culwell's value to the customer. Popular labels like Oxford, Hickey-Freeman, Hilton and Southwick join Polo, Axis, Brioni and Ike Behar for an excellent selection in clothing, accessories and sportswear. Rounding out the appeal are The Grooming Room, a barbershop with a complete line of hair care products and shoe shine man, a tuxedo rental/purchase department, laundry/dry-cleaning service, custom clothing and a complete boys' shop.
  • Antiquarian of Dallas

    2609 Routh Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 754 0705
    For rare first editions, Texana and Civil War titles, the place to go is Antiquarian of Dallas. In business since 1987, Antiquarian offers a good general selection of collectibles and antique books. The owner is knowledgeable, friendly and willing to educate those who ask, without being overbearing. If you're looking for a gift for someone that's hard to buy for, try this great source for unique gifts and books.
  • Book Mark

    124 Spring Creek Village Dallas, TX 75248 United States - Phone: +1 972 991 8242
    This shop fits nicely in a little shopping center with an interesting variety of stores. It is family-owned and operated, so everyone here makes special efforts to please the customer. Offering half-price books along with a selection of gift items, Book Mark's distinguishing characteristic is its exceptional level of service. Adults and children alike appreciate the caring attention received here. Special orders are welcome.
  • Lovers Lane Antique Market

    5001 West Lover's Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 351 5656
    This antique shop offers over 30 antique dealers so you can find the perfect antique piece you were looking for. Lovers Lane Antique Market specializes in 18th and 19th Century antiques featuring English and French accessories and furniture. There is a treasure trove of objects, such as mirrors, porcelain and more.
  • David Grossblatt Bookseller

    5333 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75244 United States - Phone: +1 214 320 4922
    With a generous amount of stock categorized as general, ephemera, post cards and Life Magazines, David Grossblatt Bookseller offers book lovers a memorable experience. Located in the Forestwood Antique Mall, the shop specializes in Western Americana, Texas, Civil War, children's, art, fine bindings, literature and 19th-century works. The friendly owner also offers a catalog, does appraisals and accepts want lists.
  • Forever Young Records

    2955 South State Highway 360 Grand Prairie, TX 75052 United States - Phone: +1 972 352 6299
    Dance teachers and square dance callers swear by Forever Young—if you've heard it or danced to it, chances are good that they will have it. With a huge selection of vinyl records as well as plentiful newer formats like CDs and cassettes, Forever Young can meet almost any musical need. Being family owned, Forever Young has a "warm fuzzy" atmosphere. There's a friendly staff that are always willing to go the extra mile to get you what you want.
  • Bass Pro Shop's Outdoor World

    2501 Bass Pro Drive Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 972 724 2018
    This giant, football stadium-sized sporting goods store has everything under one huge roof. There is a public shooting range, archery range, cafe, massive field and sport clothing areas arranged by sport, and garage-sized aquariums stocked with local game fish that are used for fishing demonstrations. Mounted game and fish adorn the walls with even a great white shark on display. Enthusiasts can peruse camping equipment, firearms, boats, recreational vehicles, fishing tackle and even outdoor-themed sports jewelry. Located across SH-121 from the Grapevine Mills Outlet Mall, Bass Pro Shops offer every kind of specialty sports item or article of clothing for your outdoor activities.
  • Bill's Records and Tapes

    1317 South Lamar Dallas, TX 75240 United States - Phone: +1 214 421 1500
    Visit one of the city's largest and unquestionably most popular music stores. Located in North Dallas, Bill's is the largest independent record store in the country. The shop carries everything from old and new vinyl albums (yes, albums), CDs and tapes (imported, domestic and out of print titles) to T-shirts, hats, concert videos, posters, stickers and other collectibles. The store's motto is: "If we don't have it, we can get it."
  • CD Source

    5500 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 890 7614
    Located in the heart of North Dallas, this shop boasts the city's best selection of new and used CDs. With over 100 new arrivals everyday, savvy shoppers can find all their favorite titles, both imported and domestic, in this well stocked music warehouse. The low prices only make your shopping experience more enjoyable in CD Source.
  • Parks at Arlington

    3811 South Cooper Street Arlington, TX 76015 United States - Phone: +1 817 467 0200
    Parks at Arlington mall features 110 stores and is well known in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area. The anchor stores are Dillard's, JCPenney, Nordstrom, Sak's Fifth Avenue and Sears. Other shops offer jewelry, women's, men's and children's wear, shoes, and sporting goods, along with specialty, service and food-related stores. Strollers can be rented.
  • Dallas Market Center

    2100 Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 655 6100
    Dallas Market Center, located on 175 acres just minutes northeast of Downtown Dallas, includes Market Hall, the World Trade Center, the Dallas Trade Center, the International Menswear Mart and the Apparel Mart. While most of the buildings are generally not open to the public, Market Hall is privately owned and hosts numerous arts-and-craft shows, antique shows, boat shows and various other events throughout the year. The Infomart, also considered part of this huge complex, is known as the world's largest high-tech information resource center. Some offices, trade shows, computer classes and exhibits are open to the public. The timings of public shows vary.
  • Plaza of the Americas

    700 North Pearl Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 720 8000
    Known for its exquisite architectural style, Plaza of the Americas consists of an upscale shopping center, as well as two 25-story mirrored office towers located on the north and south ends of the blocks, Le Meridien Hotel on the west end of the block, and a connecting atrium which houses a popular ice skating rink. Located on the northeast end of Downtown Dallas, the stylish shopping mall features more than 40 restaurants, services and shops.
  • Lincoln Square

    436 Lincoln Square Arlington, TX 76011 United States - Phone: +1 817 461 7953
    Located near Six Flag Over Texas, Lincoln Square is a popular upscale north Arlington shopping center bounded by Copeland Road, Road to Six Flags Drive and Collins Street. The center includes a variety of shops that offer everything from apparel, jewelry, shoes, books children's toys and gifts. Lincoln Square offers a great place to go for a date—there are several good restaurants here as well as Lowe's Movie Theater. Families and couples are often seen sitting around the mustang fountain, located on the south side of the shopping center.
  • Tres Pink

    4511 Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 522 7465
    Tres Pink caters to women of all age groups. It specializes in selling sensual inner-wear and fashion accessories like belts, bags and shoes. The price range is on the steeper side but it's worth it because the collection is quite exclusive.
  • Mozzerella Company

    2944 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 741 4072
    Cheese lovers just couldn't ask for anything more. The idea behind Mozzerella Company came about from the owner's many journeys to Italy. Opened in 1982, this small company specializes in the art of cheese-making, and it's all done by hand, from scratch. With fresh milk and the finest ingredients, the company has spun out some award-winning cheeses, which are a hot favorite for many all over the country.
  • Needle in a Haystack

    6911 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 528 2850
    Established in 1970 as a needle store, this shop has really expanded over the years. Today, it's the top choice for all kinds of paper and stationery, which includes business cards, birth announcement cards and letter heads. There's also a wide selection of photo albums, frames and desk accessories. The place is also known for its beautiful invitations; in particular, wedding invitations. You can even get your invitations hand written by them. So whether you're planning a birthday, party, wedding, or even a baby, this is a good stop.
  • Blinc

    7201 Bishop Road Plano, TX 75024 United States - Phone: +1 972 378 9600
    Blinc's chic and contemporary women's apparel shop offers women in the Big D the chance to peruse new, hip L.A. styles without making the long trek to California. Featuring fashions from designers like black halo, Ginger Java, Ettie, Lotta, Raw-7, Kai, Joey and T, Alvin Valley, Fray, Megan Adams Design, Yanuk and Tarina Tarantino, Hollywood chic is never too far away in this sophisticated Texan boutique.
  • Fete!

    322 West Seventh Street Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 948 9874
    A lot of home shopping can be done at Fete. If you have a new home or looking for a gift for somebody's housewarming, this is your stop. From rugs, bedsheets and towels to lamp shades and curtains, the list is endless. If you are lucky you may benefit from the many discounts on offer. So hurry!
  • Premium 93

    3699 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 526 2884
    If you want to look hip, trendy or simply casual, then hop straight into Premium 93. Storing fantastic clothes and accessories that come in a large number of sizes, this shop will tempt you to splurge, and will keep you coming back for more.
  • de Boulle

    6821 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 522 2400
    De Boulle, America's premier independent jewelery store has a variety of fine jewelery pieces. From diamond encrusted jewelery to luxury brands like Bvlgari, Mariani, JB Star and Oscar Heyman, as well as designer timepieces, there are a vast number of designs to choose from. De Boulle also has a section solely for accessories, such as pens, wallets and belts. The store has in-house designers, so if you're looking for a special design for a wedding band or an engagement ring, they will offer you various options.
  • Stanley Korshak

    500 Crescent Court Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 871 3600
    Stanley Korshak stocks collections by world-famous labels, such as Bejeweled, Kiton, Charvet, Marc Jacobs, Brics and HourGlass. It has a wide variety of clothing, from men's ties to women's shoes. The cosmetics and jewelry sections of the store are also impressive. If you're planning your wedding, the bridal salon at Stanley Korshak is like a dream come true--it offers beautiful gowns and accessories for brides.
  • Susan Woodruff Luxury Shopping

    30 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 522 6842
    If you want to look like Madonna or Jennifer Lopez then stop here. Susan Woodruff offers designer wear that will make you look like a celebrity. It displays everything from precious jewels, haute couture, to Sable coats and lots of other things. So, put on your outfit and get ready to strut around on the red carpet.
  • Big Mango Trading Company

    1130 North Industrial Boulevard Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 752 4755
    Big Mango Trading Company has the most unusual and antique collection of Asian furniture and architectural pieces. If you want to design your new house, or give an entirely different look to your old house, then head straight to this showroom in the Design Center. Everything available here is highly unique and of the finest quality.
  • Ylang 23

    13350 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX 75240 United States - Phone: +1 972 980 0819
    Located inside the Galleria Dallas, this high end designer jewelry store sells stunning sparklers for an elite clientele. Me & Ro, Temple St. Clair, Cathy Waterman and other emerging designers adorn the interiors of Ylang 23 providing an atmosphere of luxury and wealth. Along with these classy designers, there is also a selection of estate jewelry featuring Art Deco pieces. The price reflects the timelessness and high quality of the jewelry and those perusing the store will find high level of customer care provided by an attentive staff.
  • Forty Five Ten

    4510 McKinnery Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 559 4510
    This high-end store fills its 9,000 square feet (836 square meters) of space with designer clothes, jewelry, accessories, cosmetics, candles, fragrances, and home decor items. If you're lucky, you could find yourself rubbing elbows with celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey. It's tough to get tired of shopping at Forty Five Ten, but when you do, have your lunch at the pretty café inside. 
  • West Village

    3699 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 219 1144
    If you're looking for an eventful day, check out this popular Dallas shopping destination. West Village is located in the Uptown area with boutiques that lures shoppers with clothes, jewelry, eyewear, shoes, books, and more. Relax at the Aveda Spa, go on a shopping spree or spend time with friends at one of the many local eateries. If you're not into retail therapy, take in the newest blockbuster at the local theater.
  • Georgia's Farmer's Market

    916 East 15th Street Plano, TX 75074 United States - Phone: +1 972 516 4765
    Georgia's Farmer's Market supplies some of the best fresh produce in the area. Stop in and find giant juicy red tomatoes, succulent mangoes, sweet plums, and ripe melons. Georgia's is known across the city and, though small, the location is always busy. You can also find beautiful seasonal plants and flowers at Georgia's. Located across the street from the Interurban Railway Station Museum and the DART Rail stop at 15th Street, Georgia's place in the middle of historic downtown is one stop in a string of exciting, hidden treasures.
  • Zola's Everyday Vintage

    414 North Bishop Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 943 6643
    Those who love to collect and wear retro rags from the 50's and the 60's will enjoy this quaint little shop. Named after the store-owner's grandmother, who was quite a spunky lady in her prime, the store boasts of everything vintage, from halter and cocktail numbers to tiny mini-skirts and long, matronly dresses. Coats and furs abound here, as do scarves, purses, ties and an assortment of delicate and intricately designed jewelry. Shop in the company of a pleasant store attendant, and satisfy all your cravings for classic fashion!
  • Fashion Industry Gallery

    1807 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 748 4344
    This gallery, located in Downtown Dallas, hosts grand sales of fashion lines, where you can find the collection you've been looking for. This is a great place for fashion store retailers to visit and decide what they want to stock in a particular season. The gallery has played host to designers, such as Trina Turk, Michael Cohen, Nony Tochterman and Gerard Yosca. The gallery also features an eatery, if you like to munch on something.
  • Tory Burch

    17 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 559 2400
    This store offers an irresistible range of creations by well-known designer Tory Burch, which includes clothes, bags, footwear and more. The patent tote bags and colorful tunics can also be found here, apart from the obvious 'T' that features on almost each and every product. The collection is fabulous with its sassy look and vibrant shades. So if you think your wardrobe is too dull and drab, head here for a good revamp!
  • Bufanda (La)

    3111 Cole Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 871 2334
    Brooke Rydman, a textile designer gave birth to La Bufanda (which is Spanish for scarf) when a buyer took notice of her skills. Since then her scarves, shawls and shrugs in various colors and designs have adorned many women's neck. The finest Chenille yarn is used along with other specialty threads. Later, every piece is knotted into ribbons of hand-dyed silk.
  • Crimson in the City

    1514 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 655 2811
    If you have an eye for fashion and a passion to shop, drop by at Crimson in the City. All the latest trends and fashions can be bought here. You not only get apparel but also accessories to match your garment. Unique, sophisticated and elegant, it all spells Crimson! Open thursdays and fridays 11am onwards.
  • Shoppes at Brownstone Village (The)

    2408 West Abram Street Arlington, TX 76013 United States - Phone: +1 817 275 8990
    Schedule an entire day to browse more than 100 boutique shops, an Italian café, a full-service salon and Arlington's only boutique winery to enjoy the luxury that abounds within the Shoppes at Brownstone Village. You'll find shops like Adore, Legacy and Redfish Studio for home decor, and others like Faux Pas, Coyote Girl and Purple Tangerine for clothing and accessories. In addition, you will find other shops for exclusive children's items, stationary and paper goods, photography, cowboy art and more—all in one location. The boutique winery is the perfect stage for a romantic evening or a gathering of friends. Enjoy the comforts of home, complete with casual seating amidst a warm, relaxing atmosphere.
  • Blues Jean Bar (The)

    6810 Snider Plaza Boulevard Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 368 5326
    If finding that perfect pair of jeans is an ordeal, let the Blues Jean Bar help you. After three successful stores in San Francisco, Chicago and Santa Monica, jean lovers can now spend time and money at Snider Plaza Boulevard for that flattering fit. The staff gives free advice and tips on how to wear the trusty fabric. The store has a collection of lines, such as Paige Hudson, and also stocks for men. Get here to know how it feels to be a rock star.
  • Billy Reid

    70 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 346 0010
    Men in Dallas need not feel left out amid the over-abundance of women's clothing stores any more. Billy Reid is an exclusive men's line found in the city's famed NorthPark Center. Sleek suits, smart shirts and ties, in hues you didn't know existed, are on offer. Slip into silks, linens and cottons and feel the cuts, colors and designs transform you into a girl's delight. For the more daring metro sexual, there is a range of startling belts, bold cashmeres and alligator loafers. The more traditional male will find the vintage suede, crisp handkerchiefs and classic dark ensembles more suited to his taste, yet with a hint of adventure. So, spruce up that same old conformist look, you can make heads turn too!
  • Again & Again Consignment Furniture

    5207 Bonita at Henderson Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 6666
    All you lovers of art drop by at this store to treat your eyes to some interesting pieces of...not paintings, but furniture! These unusual and rare-to-find pieces are sourced after extensive searches by proprietor Leslie Prittchard. The one thing that you get to learn here is that stylish pieces go surprisingly well with the rough-looking ones. The store also accepts worn out furniture as long as its framework is still intact. And then after a bout of rework, the piece gets a new look, and soon, a new home!
  • Alter Ego

    809 North Locust Street Denton, TX 76201 United States - Phone: +1 940 898 9990
    Did your granny leave behind any vintage clothing for you? If not then step into this store, which guarantees designs that will take you back in time. Both men and women can shop here at Alter Ego. The collection is funky and perky with lots of original embellishments. Go ahead spend your greens, at least that won't be vintage ever!
  • Recycled Books Records CDs

    200 North Locust Denton, TX 76201 United States - Phone: +1 940 566 5688
    The color purple has got nothing to do with recycled books. But if you see an edifice with the same color right opposite dentin's courthouse, then you must know that more than 200,000 books are in there. Other than that, there are a whopping 16,000 CDs, and 7,000 records stored up in the violet refuge. And it takes not much time to find brand new stuff winding its way to these racks. No smelly stuff at Recycled Books Records CDs, so no bugs too!
  • The Dallas Farmers Market

    1010 South Pearl Expressway Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 664 9110

    Come to the Dallas Farmers Market early to make sure you can pick up the best of the best from their selection of produce, meat, plants, and more. Many of the items sold here have been grown by farmers within a 150 mile (241 kilometers) radius of the market. The market also hosts special events like book signings, cooking demos, festivals, and other fun activities.  

  • Home Theater Store

    4415 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 520 0909
    The Home Theater Store is quite well-known in the state of Texas, and the chain is expanding quickly. The one at Highland Park offers you what any other branch would—flat panel televisions, Microdisplay Rear Projection, HD, satellite radios and the all-time favorite home theater in a box are all available here. You will also find other stuff like TV wall brackets and iPod accessories. Check the website to get a better idea of these gadgets, and go ahead, splurge!
  • Mody & Mody

    4524 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 520 0334
    Mody & Mody—yet another furnishing outlet owned by the famous Mody family. With a branch in Houston as well, this store specializes in top-quality Italian furniture acquired from world-renowned manufacturers like B&B Italia. The showroom has very elegant stuff—check out the luxuriant furniture, exquisite lighting accessories and spacious closets. Kitchen wear gets a mod tweak, to emerge as symbols of the liberated woman. Bath furnishings available here hint at making your regular cleaning session a more sensuous affair. There's plenty to choose from to make your personal space aesthetically pleasing, though quality does come at a price! So, give your home a revamp; take a peek in here.
  • Mecox Gardens

    4532 Cole Avenue Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 580 3800
    A store offering beautiful home accessories, furnishings, and antiques is now within reach! Walk in Mecox Gardens and be enthralled at the wide range of items available for both interiors and gardens. The merchandise includes bookshelves, lamps, vases, treasure chests, sofas, patio chairs and tables, armoires, beds, consoles and more. You can swear by the quality of the products at Mecox, and if you have something specific in mind, you can even get it made-to-order.
  • Tiffany & Co

    13350 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX 75240 United States - Phone: +1 972 458 2800
    This legendary store, located in the Galleria Dallas mall, features some of the finest jewelry in the world. You will also find breathtaking crystal, flatware, china, silverware and timepieces for sale at Tiffany & Co.. Shop for engagement rings and anniversary presents, or something special for a newborn baby. Anything wrapped in Tiffany's signature blue box is sure to be considered an heirloom that the recipient will treasure for generations.
  • Na Hoku

    8687 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 265 0543
    Na Hoku draws on the themes of nature and Hawaiian aesthetics to create sophisticated pieces of jewelry, which are sure to set you apart from the regular crowd. A range of ornate cuff links, chains, bracelets, pendants, anklets, necklaces, and watches is available in white, rose and yellow gold. So come with a loaded wallet all set to splurge—everything here is worth the money, and simply exquisite!
  • Aston Martin Of Dallas

    5333 Lemmon Avenue Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 522 1007
    Aston Martin's collection of elegant and classy sports cars is renowned the world over. The hi-tech technology and sleek designs have made it one of the leading automobile manufacturing brands. Check out the leading models on the website, or just head to this showroom. Finding something that suits your personality and requirements is easy, but make sure you have the dough. Drooling over these mean machines is optional!
  • Mallasadi Men's Boutique

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254 United States - Phone: +1 972 404 4045
    Founded by Sadi Ertekin and Mallas Osafo, this top-notch store offers its services to the rich and famous of Dallas. Men with an eye for fashion can browse through the remarkable fabrics and unique patterns on display. Moreover, the store's expert staff will update you with information on the latest trends. With three other locations in the city, Mallasadi is definitely not looking back.
  • Rochester Big & Tall

    11661 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 214 369 3909
    With more than 20 branches across the globe, this famous chain has been serving patrons for nearly a century now. Like the name suggests, it caters only to big-made gents who have a problem finding clothing in their sizes. Reputed brands like Levi's, Dockers and Ralph Lauren feature at this store, and accessories and shoes are also on offer. Whether it's loungewear, smart casuals or a stylish suit you're after, you're sure to find it here, at Rochester Big & Tall. The quality and fits of these products are their two biggest draws. If you are unsure of anything, seek advice from the friendly and knowledgeable staff. Visit the website for information regarding upcoming sales, gift ideas, and best-selling items.
  • Madewell

    8687 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 5414
    Madewell invites all the fashion-conscious ladies to the NorthPark Center! Finding clothes that suit you and your budget can be a tad difficult at times, especially if you are very prim and proper about the way you carry yourself. But this brand sees to it that you leave the showroom with a smile on your face. Denims, shirts, trousers, hats, belts, t-shirts; they have it all. Everything is available in various sizes and colors, so you can choose what best suits your personality. The store has another branch in Los Angeles.
  • Stonebriar Center

    2601 Preston Road Frisco, TX 75034 United States - Phone: +1 972 668 6255
    Enjoy shopping, dining, and the theater at the Stonebriar Center. The mall has a variety of stores from major department stores to specialty stores. With over 160 stores you'll find what you're looking and plenty more. Stonebriar is more than simply a shopping center, it is a source of entertainment offering ice-skating, a carousel, and a soft play area for children.
  • Marciano

    13350 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX 75240 United States - Phone: +1 972 385 3184
    Nothing could be more pleasing to the eye than a woman who dresses sharp and carries it off well. The store Marciano is named after the second name of the brothers who started it and has a lot to offer for the women who like to be dressed in the best. From accessories that accentuate looks to dresses that flatter movements, the designers have worked hard to strike a chord with the ladies. And it does show, since they have stores in most states now.
  • Apple Store

    8687 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 765 0820
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Allen Premium Outlets

    820 West Stacy Road Allen, TX 75013 United States - Phone: +1 972 678 7000
    Find a fabulous collection of 100 outlet stores from the world's finest designers and name brands. Save 25% to 65% every day at Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Guess, J.Crew, Kenneth Cole, Michael Kors, Nautica, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, and many more. Located just north of Dallas at US75 and Stacy Road (Exit 37).
  • Tanger Outlet Center

    301 Tanger Drive Terrell, TX 75160 United States - Phone: +1 972 524 6034
    Located only 30 miles east of Dallas, the Terrell Tanger Outlet Center offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 35 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Gap, Lane Byrant, Sag Harbor, KB Toys, Nike, Reebok, Big Dogs and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more. Shop 'til you drop!
  • Clothes Circuit

    6105 Sherry Lane Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 696 8634
    The galore of branded and designer accessories and clothes. The Clothes Circuit, proudly stands in an upscale area. Their resale collection will help you revamp your wardrobe without causing a dent on your wallet. Apparel and accessories available here are a trend setter. You will find the most sought after Prada bag or the Lucky jeans all under one roof. Each piece is hand picked and carefully selected. The basic principle that this store seems to follow is that if its on the ramp its available, which makes it a natural choice for the fashionistas. Labels like Tiffany, Louis Vuitton and Chanel grace this stores.
  • Tod's

    8687 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 6600
    Stitching shoes that look the part in every environment, be it professional or casual, is what Tod's aims to achieve. Designs for shoes are originated and executed at Marche in Italy. Needless to say, the products of every shoe boutique around the world are shipped exclusively from the same. Specializing in hand-stitched products, the shoes are made by cobblers whose families have been plying their trade since generations. Along with footwear, Tod's also stocks a range of leather bags stacked at the glass counters. A casual glance at the products on offer may well be enough to appreciate the immense skill and passion involved.
  • Lots of Furniture Warehouse

    910 North Industrial Boulevard Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 761 1575
    Lots of Furniture Warehouse is a store in Dallas that sells and deals in antiques, furniture, stained glass, art, rugs of all kinds. The store showcases products from the two brands, Advantage and Dickson, and these can be had for amazingly great prices. Browse through a mind boggling array of furniture for your bedroom, living room or dining area. The service at the store is excellent and the staff will help customers choose the right piece for their homes or private collections. This place is definitely worth a visit if you wish to redecorate your home—or if you are an antique collector.
  • Beretta Gallery

    41 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: + 1 214 559 9800
    Beretta Gallery is the place where quality and sports intertwine to give you a class range of outdoor products and gears. Travel luggage, sporting apparels for men and women, and travel related accessories and books are offered here. The most interesting part of the gallery, however, is the fine grade of firearms like pistols, shotguns and express rifles sold here along with the required accessories and books. Come and experience the Berreta's legacy in precision products for that outdoor adventure.
  • V.O.D Boutique

    2418 Victory Park Lane Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 754 0644
    V.O.D stands for Valley Of the Dolls, where you find exclusive designer wear to doll up and step out in style. It is a business enterprise started by Jackie Bolin, Liz Thompson and Elizabeth O'Mahony. Each of them are successful and respected names in the world of fashion for their keen sense of spotting the trends of the season. Labels such as Paric Sweeney, Alexander Wang and Magda Berliner find their place here. If you like classic vintage clothing, select from their rotating collection which even has esteemed items of 80's Alaia, Chanel and Chloe. Head here for rare finds in vintage clothing and classic lines.
  • Noka Chocolate

    2422 Victory Park Lane Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 740 9995
    At this pretty little shop you can find the best dark chocolates ever. The staff here is friendly and knowledgeable about the process of chocolate making as well. Chocolate boxes are available in different sizes and in a number of flavors from noted cacao regions such as Venezuela, Ecuador and Trinidad. You can also arrange to have a private in-store chocolate tasting for your family or friends. The chocolates are made using some of the finest ingredients around Dallas and that perhaps explains the high prices. But the chocolates are handcrafted with the best of ingredients with authenticity being the sole focus. So all you sweet tooths head down to this shop for your dose of chocolate!
  • Jolie

    2316 Victory Park Lane Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 855 5566
    Jolie is an all womens boutique offering high quality and trendy clothes. The apparel spans clothes from upcoming designers specializing in contemporary fashions. One finds clothes by designers like Nieves Lavi, Julie Brown and Susana Monaco. From jeans, trousers, blouses, smart casuals and stylish cocktail dresses, everything is available, leaving women spoilt for choice. They even have a stunning though limited collection of delicate jewelry from Anne Rachelle. Women can't miss the metallic Deux lux clutches among the stylish handbags.
  • Cafe Madrid

    4501 Travis Street Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 528 1731
    The authentic food served here reflects the owner's frequent travels to Spain. The atmosphere is lively and casual, with outside tables to enjoy the sunshine. The offering of 25 various tapas changes on a daily basis, so although you may not find your previous favorite, you may be pleasantly surprised the next time around. Selections may include rabbit, quail, oxtail stew and other Spanish delicacies, as well as a variety of all-vegetable dishes. The all-Spanish wine list here earned the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Home-made desserts are another specialty you won't want to miss. Reservations are not accepted, so plan to stay a while for an excellent meal that is worth the wait.
  • Bavarian Grill

    221 West Parker Road Plano, TX 75023 United States - Phone: +1 972 881 0705
    Enjoy authentic German cuisine in the warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere of this popular restaurant. Specialties of the house include Jaeger Schnitzel (breaded schnitzel topped with sauce and mushrooms), Oberstdorfer Sauerbraten (roasted marinated beef), Tiroler Rostbraten (strip steak), Wiener Tafelspitz (Vienna-style prime rib), and many more authentic dishes. You can also choose from more than 50 great German Beers as well as a large selection of German wine and Schnapps. Live entertainment is offered nightly and a highlight of the week is Tuesday night jazz. The Bavarian Grill is definitely one experience you will not soon forget.
  • Balcony Club

    1825 Abrams Road Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 8104
    Located above the Lakewood Theatre, Balcony Club is a perfect place to unwind after a long day at work or just to relax on the weekend. They feature live jazz and blues acts. Classical guitar concerts offer frequent entertainment, as well as an occasional Poetry Salon to add a touch of culture to your life. Relax in one of the comfortable booths or take a seat at the bar. There is plenty of room to stretch your legs. The well-stocked bar offers cold beer at a great price, wine, and mixed drinks.
  • Club Dada

    2720 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 744 3232
    Club Dada is one of the oldest and most varied clubs in Deep Ellum. On any given night, the crowd may include Dead Heads, Beatles fans celebrating a 'Hard Night's Day', or the mic will be open for new bands, comics or poets. For a funky diversion tour the Far Bar Art Gallery, which contains work by local artists. There are two indoor stages, one outdoor stage and a large landscaped patio. Recently, the club has featured Internet band broadcasts, which are live on stage as their songs waft out over the Internet simultaneously.
  • Old Crow (The)

    1911 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 828 2769
    Old Crow is a dive turned popular college hangout with a variety of live music venues. From modern street art on the walls down to the wood floor, you'll find a little bit of everything here. There are a couple of pool tables and darts in the back if you're looking for some competitive play. Acts include local rockabilly bands and DJs that play anything from psychedelic tunes to top alternative hits. The Old Crow is so popular that it's sometimes hard to find a place to stand, much less sit. You'll find a large number of Crow regulars sitting around the bar until the college kids run them off during the later hours.
  • Terilli's

    2815 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 827 3993
    Terilli's has some of the best live jazz music in the Metroplex. Although this place is great for a date, the business crowd is also well represented. During lunch and after-work hours the restaurant is nearly full. Any of the traditional Italian dishes are wonderful with a glass of wine chosen from the impressive wine list. Terilli's is well known for the Italchos, Italian nachos with a wide variety of toppings to choose from.
  • Curtain Club

    2800 Main Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 742 6207
    Since opening in late 1997 with musical movers and shakers from Trees, the Curtain Club has managed to become one of the premiere showcases for local rock bands. It has two club spaces, a small front room called the Liquid Lounge, open to 21+, and a performance area in the back that is open to 17+ and is rocked by a huge sound system. Each week there is a day of Acoustic Jam night in the Liquid Lounge. Everyone is invited to bring a guitar and join in the mayhem. The Liquid Lounge is home to live hip-hop on weeknights.
  • Sons Of Hermann Hall

    3414 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75371 United States - Phone: +1 214 747 4422
    The Sons of Hermann Hall is the best club in town to take a non-Texan. It is situated on the eastern edge of Deep Ellum. Enjoy good music, including country and rock, though the emphasis is country. The club is housed in a 1911 building, with an interior boasting hardwood floors and intricate beautiful oak ceilings. Bands play upstairs, and there are bars on both floors with various bottled beers and mixed drinks. All ages, including children, are welcome. During scheduled events, burgers and fries are available and are prepared by the Hall's youth group. You don't need to bring a partner, and age is not a factor. Bring an instrument and be prepared to join the circle.
  • Wall

    2610 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 760 9255
    When some of us hear "Wall" we automatically think of the one Pink Floyd built. However, in this case, it is a member of the dance club scene in Deep Ellum. The space the Wall occupies is cavern-like and it is divided into two different areas by a wall. The front room contains a stage, overstuffed couches and loud music. The back has more couches and tables. The upstairs sports dim, romantic lighting and is perfect for getting cozy. A full bar is available with beer and mixed drinks.
  • Galaxy Club

    2820 Main Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 742 2582
    The Galaxy Club's slogan -"the best in national and local music"- is not a hollow pitch. The club is a great all-purpose venue for all types of rock music. It has a basic stage and bar area, which might be described as slightly seedy, but it works with bands ranging from rock to heavy metal. Locals, tourists and business travelers alike frequent the club to calm their nerves with a drink and soulful music.
  • Lakewood Landing

    5818 Live Oak Street Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 2410
    Lakewood Landing is more upscale than they care to admit. Everyone in town knows the babe behind the bar. Lucille, working on her 31st year at the Landing, is more legendary than the mermaid mural on the side of the building. Tables and a few booths provide a place to munch on burgers or kick back a beer or two. A jukebox with hits from the 1970s to the 1990s provides entertainment when live events aren't scheduled. If billiards is your hobby, you're sure to find a game here. Typical bar menu with burgers, nachos and fried everything. The telltale sign that this is not any old hole-in-the-wall is the veggie burger on the menu. The chicken-fried steak is wonderful for those not counting calories.
  • Ziziki's

    4514 Travis Street Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 521 2233
    Owner Costa Arabatzis comes from a Greek and Italian heritage. He opened this contemporary Greek café in 1994. The brilliant white walls, elegant mirrors and black and white floors complementing the dark wood tables and chairs create a luxurious ambiance. The European-style garden patio and fountain provide a wonderful outdoor setting. Ziziki's features wonderfully delicious Mediterranean cuisine—try the Greek island chicken, a delightful entree spiced with rosemary, garlic and Greek seasonings.
  • Marty's Wine Bar and Café TuGogh

    3316 Oak Lawn Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 526 7796
    Marty's has been in the wine and catering business since 1943, offering live jazz nightly. Boasting one of the best wine selections in the city, the meals here are excellent as well. Take-out foods from Cafe TuGogh are an excellent way to impress guests or treat yourself to a special meal. With a romantic atmosphere, the restaurant is an excellent place to celebrate your next special occasion. Specialty menu items include the Grilled Lamb Chops Provencal, the Asian-influenced Marinated Quail with Thai Corn Cakes, and a succulent Salmon Fillet. Excellent salads and desserts are also available.
  • Goldfinger Restaurant

    2905 Webb Chapel Extension Dallas, TX 75220 United States - Phone: +1 214 350 6983
    Goldfinger Restaurant offers live musical entertainment along with good Greek food. What a wonderful way to celebrate or just enjoy the evening. Traditional Greek-influenced décor is combined with American furnishings. Specialty dishes include choices such as Tenderloin Souvlakia, Shrimp and Lamb Chops. Accompany your meal with a drink from the vast choices on the menu.
  • Zubar

    2012 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 887 0071
    This upscale bar has the feeling of a semi-luxury loft and apartment. It is often filled with young yuppie-types, both gay and straight, who plop themselves on the overstuffed couches and engage in lazy , casual conversation. Do not let them scare you off, Zubar is still one of the friendliest places in town. Be sure to also try out the food, which includes oysters, shrimp, chicken and sandwiches.
  • Birraporetti's

    668 Lincoln Square Arlington, TX 76011 United States - Phone: +1 817 265 0555
    A favorite since 1990, this North Arlington Italian bistro has been recognized by the Dallas Morning News as having one of the Best Patio Bars in Arlington. The menu offers an array of salads, pasta, seafood, sandwiches and grilled items. Specialties include the popular New York-style pizza and the egg fettuccine, complete with chunks of grilled chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and asparagus in a delightful Alfredo sauce. The brunch menu includes house-made Danish pastries, breads and croissants as well as assorted salads, pizzas, pasta, Eggs Benedict, lasagna and roast beef.
  • Cowboys Arlington

    2540 East Abram Street Arlington, TX 76010 United States - Phone: +1 817 265 1535
    This upscale version of an urban honky-tonk delights locals and visitors alike. Its huge dance floor easily accommodates partners, and there is never a problem getting a good view of the show on stage. Live music is presented every Wednesday-Sunday; Toby Keith, Merle Haggard, David Kersh and Terri Clark have performed here. Wednesday is ladies night, while Fridays feature a happy hour with free buffet from 6p-8p. The buffet consists mainly of bar fare; burgers, fries, sandwiches, chicken and barbecue are the mainstays. The food is not the draw here, but it is still good.
  • Fox & Hound English Pub & Grille

    1001 Northeast Green Oaks Boulevard Arlington, TX 76006 United States - Phone: +1 817 277 3591
    This English pub is complete with dark wood paneling, a large wooden bar, and 20 televisions, including the largest screen in Arlington—27 feet. The sports bar atmosphere is casual with memorabilia adorning the walls. Several pool tables keep patrons entertained. The bar offers a variety of beers on tap, and more than 100 varieties of bottled beer. The menu includes traditional American fare, such as burgers, sandwiches, and a variety of fried appetizers.
  • Opening Bell Coffee

    1409 South Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 565 0383
    Concerned about your financial future? Then visit this place early in the morning to sip espresso, read a free copy of the Wall Street Journal, and wait for the opening bell to ring in the news of the stock market. You can also watch popular financial newscasts such as CNBC's "SquakBox", MSNBC, CNN or listen to David Johnson's stock tips on News Radio KRLD 1080. Enjoy great food such as pasteries and sandwiches while you relax in a comfortable and educational environment. This place offers free wi-fi service and parking, as well as live music featuring local and regional musicians and bands. There has rarely been a more congenial atmosphere for contemplating the collapse of your finances.
  • City Tavern

    1402 Main Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 745 1402
    This watering hole is located in downtown and is frequented mostly by a white-collared crowd. It has pool tables for entertainment and the bar serves some exotic drinks. The food is mostly local cuisine but nothing much to write home about. If you visit the bar in the football season, you will find a special Bloody Mary bar over the weekends.
  • Sue Ellen's

    3014 Throckmorton Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 559 0707
    Sue Ellen's, catering to the gay, lesbian and trans gender crowd, is a comfortable atmosphere for all, including straight customers. Sue Ellen's provides an environment for any mood featuring a dance floor, two large bars, pool tables, as well as a large patio area facing the busy main street. With drink specials every night, this is an affordable hangout location. It is also at the heart of the clubbing district for easy access to other major dance clubs and bars. Check out live music on Friday nights and "old school" mixed with current pop tunes spun on other nights. Casual dress is allowed. Relaxed, companionable atmosphere for all types. Call ahead for hours.
  • Station 4

    3911 Cedar Springs Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 526 7171
    Station 4 (or S4) is one of the hottest gay dance clubs in Dallas. The dance floor is huge, with large dance cages, a balcony overlooking the action, and lots of disco lights. House music blasts from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. (alcohol is served until 2 a.m.). There are nightly drink specials, and admission also gets you into the drag shows upstairs in the Rose Room.
  • Rose Room

    3911 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 526 7171
    The Rose Room is located upstairs inside Station 4. The lounge is a non-smoking area of the club and the drag show is popular among both gay and straight crowds. The admission to Station 4 pays your way to the Rose Room, though if you are sitting close, be prepared to tip. The lovely "ladies" of the Rose Room are terrific performers, and sometimes there are special guests from out of town to spice up the show. Pop in for some great entertainment!
  • Che Nightclub and Restaurant

    10333 Technology Boulevard West Dallas, TX 75220 United States - Phone: +1 214 353 8701
    This venue offers a revolutionary combination of a lounge, restaurant, bar and nightclub. While the menu offers Nuevo Latino cuisine featuring dishes like Calamari Frittes and Spicy Penne Pasta, the sleek long bar has an array of drinks including the best of Latin liquors, wines and cocktails. The red interiors exude cozy warmth where lounging about with old friends or making new ones is easy. Head to the club to party, where you can groove to the trendiest of tunes all evening. All this under one roof! Wonder what Che would've thought of that!
  • Poor David's Pub

    1313 South Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 565 1295
    Are you an aspiring singer scouting around for a spot to test your larynx? Poor David's might just be where you could strike it rich, for the likes of the Dixie Chicks, Robert Cray and Lyle Lovett have blazed the stage here. Open only to those over 21 years of age, this strictly non-smoking pub regularly hosts shows that rock the joint into the wee hours. Many of the shows feature advance tickets, which can be bought after 6p on the day of the show. Be sure to check out the web site for more updates and ticket details. Birthdays are celebrated with a free drink and if you are here for a show, avail of the 10 percent discount on your meal at the nearby Amuse restaurant. Private parties can be hosted here as well, with a capacity of up to 375 and possible arrangements for a live band. Good behavior is the norm, and those flouting the rules might just wind up cooling their heels on the street outside!
  • Trece Mexican Kitchen And Tequila Lounge

    4513 Travis Street Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 780 1900
    Trece, Spanish for 13, is located within the former Sipango space and is an experience not to be missed. The talented chef spent more than 20 years at the world-renowned Mansion on Turtle Creek and the selections offer more than just Tex-Mex or authentic Mexican regional dishes. With a menu heavily favoring lobster, you can sample dishes like Lobster Nachos with Jalapeno Jelly, Lobster Mango Margarita or Lobster Crepes. Entrees include Halibut encrusted with Pumpkin Seed and Tangerine Sauce, Grilled Cubed Beef Tenderloin and you can finish off with deserts of Roasted Peaches with Caramelized Bananas. The tequila bar offers more than 120 tequilas with decadent cocktails such as the Cucumber-Lavender Mojito. Dress accordingly for this “to see and be seen” crowd.
  • Slip Inn (The)

    1806 McMillan Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 370 5988
    The Slip Inn has made a name for itself in Dallas due to its unpretentious atmosphere. With it's tatty leather booths, low ceilings and dim lighting, it's a far cry from a chic lounge, but that is where all of its charm lies. The drinks are cheap and the young hipster crowd that swarm there are friendly and approachable. If you're an aspiring DJ go on a monday night because the booth is left open for amateurs to explore their musical talent. Full range a spirits but no beer on tap.
  • Glass Cactus @ Gaylord Texan

    1501 Gaylord Trail Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 817 778 2800
    The Glass Cactus is one of Dallas' biggest and brightest clubs. Within the 39,000 square feet of floor space one will find five separate and distinct bars, multiple lounge areas, a massive dance floor, a sound stage and outside patio seating for mingling and people watching. And if you get thirsty or hungry, look no further, because the venue prepares house specialties such as Mini Black Angus Beef Burgers and Spicy Thai Chicken Spring Rolls. Also, why not tantalize your palette by trying a mixed drink with one one their many varieties of tequila—it has the biggest variety in Texas! Dress to impress. Expect lines and admission fees on certain nights.
  • Dick's Last Resort

    2211 North Lamar Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 747 0001
    Known around the city as "The Shame of Dallas," Dick's last resort is the perfect restaurant/bar to go to for a wild and crazy time. You can start off by ordering one of their signature dishes such as Goldy Fry'd Catfish or Half-A-Chiky, which come served in metal buckets. Table manners are left at the door, because in this joint silverware is optional and wearing a bib is welcomed. Dick's also has a wide range of beers and spirits to help kick off your night. Rules are limited, so feel free to get your dance on or break out in song. Never a cover, always a pleasure, dress as you see fit.
  • House of Blues

    2200 North Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 978 2583
    Praise be to the House of Blues. Gospel Sunday Brunch is served hot with some good 'ol southern cookin' and live performances to rejuvenate those weary souls. If you're not much of a church goer, come during their regular hours for the voodoo shrimp with rosemary cornbread and Dixie beer reduction. Their menu offers a mixture of Cajun and barbeque style dishes, salads and sides accompanied by southern rock. The Pontiac Garage is a music hall situated here that hosts some of the best live performances. Go to the website for details on upcoming music events hosted by the House of Blues.
  • Arthur's Prime Steaks & Seafood

    15175 Quorum Drive Addison, TX 75001 United States - Phone: +1 972 385 0800
    Looking to be wined and dined? Arthur's offers a wide selection of traditional and contemporary western delicacies accompanied by classic cocktails and wines. The rich tastes, dark woods, oil paintings and live music make for a stunning ambiance.
  • Candleroom (The)

    5039 Willis Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 370 4155
    Narrow hallways resembling a bat cave lead to one of Dallas's hippest and most decadent spots: The Candleroom. This gorgeous nightclub, complete with comfy banquettes, fireplaces and sparkling chandeliers, is known for its excellent martinis and live music. Many say their Godiva Martini is sent from heaven. Not only that but The Candle Room is great for any occasion. Go there after work, go dancing on the weekend or snuggle up to a loved one near the fire place during the mid-week. Decadent attire is a must, though and visitors are advised to call and inquire about the guest list because the club is largely members only.
  • Cowboys DanceHall - Dallas

    10310 Technology Boulevard East Dallas, TX 75220 United States - Phone: +1 214 352 1796
    This large space features dance lessons, live music, concerts and even mechanical bull riding. Various DJ sets, live music, and jukebox tunes provide a fun atmosphere for any crowd; indeed Cowboys Red River attracts many different age groups. It is the perfect place to kick back and have a good time and you'll never be short of a drink because there is more than one bar.
  • Vue

    5100 Beltline Road Dallas, TX 75254 United States - Phone: +1 972 788 1928
    Located in North Dallas, Vue boasts an eclectic menu that offers everything from gourmet pizzas to dishes with assorted international flavors, such as the Asian-inspired Vue lamb. Eat outdoors on their beautiful patio or stay inside and enjoy the richly adorned dining room. With a weekly schedule of live entertainment, including DJ's and live bands, Vue is a hip place to kick back, order some tapas and enjoy a few cocktails.
  • Ranchito (El)

    610 West Jefferson Boulevard Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 946 4238
    Located in a building that reminds one of the olden days in Oak Cliff with uneven masonry. The restaurant inside done up in bold colors with a decor typical of Mexico. El Ranchito serves some original and fine Mexican cuisine specializing in Comida Norteño and Tex-Mex. Guiso Picoso, which is a beef stew with diced green peppers, onion, tomatoes, jalapeños served with rice and refried beans is red hot! It is well know all over Dallas for its authentic Mexican food. The atmosphere is festive with the mariachis band playing daily creating an atmosphere where one feels as if he is back home in Monterrey. The salsa is really good and they serve fresh tortillas too. They also have an extensive menu with all sorts of traditional northern Mexican fare.
  • Club Rio

    2600 Fort Worth Avenue Dallas, TX 75211 United States - Phone: +1 214 943 8088
    Located inside the happening Bronco Bowl, Club Rio is a perfect place for one to chill out with amazing music, and good alcohol. This club predominantly focuses on regional Mexican music and is primarily a music club; although they do host music concerts from time to time. Acts that have appeared there include Michael Salgado, the Kumbia Kings, and Los Huracanes del Norte. There are ample facilities, and state-of-the-art lighting and sound system add to the party ambiance.
  • Club Indigo

    2702 Main Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 651 7377
    Are you sulking away because your boss fired you or your partner ditched you? Come on, get a life! Head on to club Indigo and drive out the most boring blues you ever had. Stylish interiors and comfortable couches is what makes up the relaxed ambiance. And the electrifying music would enliven any dead soul. So put on your shoes and ignite the dance floor for the party has just started!
  • Club 2009

    10580 Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75220 United States - Phone: +1 214 654 0545
    A spacious dance floor where you can burn those extra calories and music ranging from pop, techno, jazz, house to rap, salsa and latino—Club 2009 is a definite hit with the crowds. You can play a set of pool while sip on a cool cocktail or laze on the leather couches in the lounge area of the club. The club can also be booked for private parties or any social or corporate event. So if you are looking for a party place in Dallas, Club 2009 is the right choice.
  • Escapade 2001

    10701 Finnell Street Dallas, TX 75220 United States - Phone: +1 214 654 9950
    This rocking 21+ nightclub plays all kinds of music from latin to reggae. The atmosphere is alive with energy and the staff is ever ready to make sure you have a good time. Weekends get very crowded, but there's enough standing room for all. Saturday nights are happening with the DJs keeping the crowds grooving to some great beats. The dance club is also a venue for live music performances by upcoming bands.
  • Far West Nightclub

    7331 Gaston Avenue Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 367 8800
    The Far West Nightclub is a Mexican themed nightclub located in the city of Dallas. The atmosphere here is great and the sound and lighting is fantastic. Dj's spin out hit numbers at while groove to the music on the spacious dance floor. They have a well-equipped bar with some fantastic tequilas and a load of other drinks available. This is definitely a must-visit spot to experience the city's nightlife.
  • Ok Sports Bars

    7315 Gaston Avenue Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 321 8800
    Entertainment, drinks and a bundle of attitude, Ok Sports Bar has them all. Party all night with your friends, in a club that spells fun all the way. From Tequila shots to amazing concerts, Ok Sports Bar is a party animals dream come true. Subdued lights and a youthful crowd make for a stress-free environment. If that's not all, one can also hop into recently relocated Club Babalu that shares the same address, thus adding to your Dallas nightlife experience.
  • Suede Bar & Grill

    2008 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 828 1144
    A nice retreat after a busy day, Suede Bar & Grill is an integral part of the Dallas Nightlife circuit. Be it for local bands performing or retro nights, this place is swarming with a hep crowd at any given day. Grab a beer and some light grub and enjoy your night away with friends. Although this place remains a general favorite among the locals, its patio area is the main crowd-puller. An open-air rooftop area is where drinks are served. If you are not of the 'dancing' types, then you can always use a booth to sit and watch others shake a leg or two. Whatever be your reason to visit, this place makes sure you return for more.
  • Lizard Lounge (The)

    2424 Swiss Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 4768
    The famous Lizard Lounge is the place to go for drinks and dancing. This power packed nightclub gets rocking every night with concerts and events. On Thursdays and Sundays, this place becomes "The Church" and plays industrial music. It features two sections: the main room and video bar, which also serves alcohol. The rooftop deck is a romantic, intimate place where you can enjoy music under a starry sky.
  • Starck Club

    703 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 468 8008
    If you want to party hard, Starck Club fits the bill quite conveniently. Nestled in the West End Brewery area of Dallas, Starck welcomes all in its sprightly zone, so full of fun! You can enjoy every bit of Starck by making yourself comfy in its VIP lounge or get moving on the dance floor. You can even watch your favorite sports on TVs here. The club also hosts events.
  • Trees

    2709 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 747 9663
    If you are fond of music, Trees serves as a perfect brisk haven of live music. That's not all, this nightclub has an impressive list of famous bands that have graced their performances here. The Toadies, Nirvana, Jon Spencer Blues, The Mighty and Sneaker Pimps, all these renowned bands have treated their patrons with their ever-so-lovely music at Trees. The club also plays host to local and regional stars' performances.
  • Reno's Chop Shop & Grill

    210 North Crowdus Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 742 1202
    Reno's is an eccentric watering hole catering to the urban Dallas biker crowd. V-twins, metrics, customs and scooters are all welcome at this bar. With live music in the back and an adjoining grill serving up thick burgers and crisp fries, it's an easy place to slide into. Reno's also has some of the loveliest bartenders around with some of the most cutting come backs if you aren't careful. If you are on a search for some of the best looking bikes in action, be sure to stop by on a Sunday afternoon to watch the moving 2-wheel show.
  • Eight Lounge

    1906 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 824 2888
    Eight Lounge is contemporary and well situated for the Dallas nightlife scene. Set among a wide variety of clubs catering to almost every mood, Eight sets itself apart by keeping track of the pulse of the world's latest trends. A dynamic waterfall welcomes you upon entering, from which you'll either be led to the spacious main room to sit in an individual booth, or to the exclusive VIP area. There's ample room for mingling and enjoying the visuals from the plasma TVs. Eight is a good location for taking dates or clients for a memorable evening. - Raine Devries
  • Minc Lounge

    813 Exposition Avenue Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 370 4077
    Minc Lounge is one of the best finds on the Dallas nightlife scene for the simple fact that it is ever-evolving. With an organic environment that may evolve from Asian inspired one season to Moroccan the next, a patron needs to visit often to stay current with the latest trends in music and cocktails. The fantastic DJs, bartenders that are current on the latest libations, swank yet casual interior, and lush patio courtyard will appeal to all the senses. - Raine Devries
  • Gloria's Restaurant - Lemmon Avenue

    4140 Lemmon Avenue Dallas, TX 75219 United States - Phone: +1 214 521 7576
    If you're in the mood for good Salvadorian cuisine, look no further than Gloria's Restaurant on Lemmon Avenue. You can try the Mesquite Grilled Chicken Fajitas or Chimichanga, and don't forget to have their famous Flan for dessert. Gloria's also provides live music on certain nights, where you can salsa the night away. The happy hour has especially good deals, such as House Margaritas and Mojitos for $3.
  • Flow Lounge (The)

    10945 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220 United States - Phone: +1 214 366 3569
    Located in the city of Dallas, The Flow Lounge is a new trendy nightclub and lounge inside the DFW metroplex. This nightclub has all the happening people visiting the place and some of the very best drinks and food on offer. The DJ spins amazing hits from both local as well as international artists. So for a celebrity like experience hit the club now.
  • Door (The)

    2513 Main Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 742 3667
    If shouting and screaming in the midst of a head-banging crowd is your idea of a fun evening out, The Door is the just the place for you. Featuring brand new bands and upcoming local artists, this is a delight for music lovers. It also holds "Battle of the Bands" which is a hit with the crowds!
  • Lounge on Elm Street

    2810 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 741 3393
    While The Lounge on Elm Street frequently plays host to some extreme rock and metal performances, it would certainly not be the place that breeds nightmarish activities. While movie buffs may feel a little let down after they hear this, they can easily put away their disappointments by downing a couple of delicious drinks, and swaying to some groovy DJ music. Although the ambiance at The Lounge on Elm Street is extremely posh, it's nice to know that the prices for drinks are not equally upbeat. This place also features a projection screen where patrons can while away. Call for event timings and additional information. 
  • Gridlock

    2612 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 760 4828
    Although the Gridlock nightclub does go by a rather intimidating name, it really is the ideal venue to relax after a hard day at work. Visit this place if you are craving for some excellent live music performances, as well as some swank DJ sets to groove to. Make sure you have enough cash on you to pay for the cover charges at the door. Call for additional information. 
  • PM Nightlife Lounge @ The Joule Hotel

    1530 Main Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 261 4501
    Diamonds and crystals sparkling against precious gold, silverand other metal accents, deep crimson reds, furs and skins heighten the sense of lust and indulge the senses in an extraordinary nightlife experience like no other. The nightclub's lavish settings evoke the feeling of being underground; but what you've really just stepped into is a gem of a lounge that could only be hosted by the luxury Joule Hotel. Coupled with the finest nightly entertainment, sit down to an exceptionally fine meal and wash it down with a jewel of a cocktail. Don't forget to dress to the nine's—this is the place in Dallas to see and be seen.
  • Church (The)

    2424 Swiss Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 826 4768
    The Church is Dallas' go-to 80's and industrial music hangout spot. The crowd is diverse, so you're not likely to feel out of place here. Get out on the dance floor, or just relax and have a drink with friends. The atmosphere here is so laid-back you could do either. Definitely get your best goth gear on, since everyone else will be doing the same!
  • ZOUK Nightclub

    703 McKinney Avenue Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 754 8090
    A place that is as famous for its club nights and events as for its glamorous clientele, ZOUK Nightclub has taken over the place previously occupied by the immensely popular Starck Club. Located in the West End Historic District, this club offers an impressive 24,000 square feet (2229.6 square meters) of space, which includes dancefloors, private tables, and full service bars. Do see the website to plan your visit.
  • Beamers Nightclub

    2443 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, TX 75229 United States - Phone: +1 972 620 5900
    Beamers draws large crowds of Dallas residents and visitors for its Happy Hour Extravaganza. Here, you can enjoy amazing drinks and food from the buffet. Nights are just as fun, with energetic music playing and theme nights that change from time to time. The club is huge, boasting 25,000 square feet (2,323 square meters) of space. 
  • Empire Rock Bar

    1301 Main Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 760 9200
    Empire Rock Bar is a great place to go for drinks and dancing. You'll find amazing cocktails here, as well as some of the most popular DJs in the area playing music on a regular basis. The crowd is enthusiastic, and you can tell that people are there to dance. Whether you're stopping by to dance, or for a fun Saturday night with friends, you'll have a blast here. 
  • Levu

    2505 Pacific Avenue Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 280 0738
    This trendy lounge is a great place to go to get your dance fix or to lounge with friends. It features plush seating throughout and chic decor. Boasting an amazing lineup of DJ's, the beats here are sure to get you moving. Reserve a table to get the most out of your experience and amazing service. 
  • Mangos Hookah Bar and Night Club

    207 East Main Street Richardson, TX 75081 United States - Phone: +1 469 371 9888
    Mangos Hookah Bar and Night Club opened its doors in 2012 and is popular for their shisha specialties which range from the traditional to modern concoctions. They also feature rotating DJ's every week along with theme nights. You can also order for food which is brought from the nearby Habibi Cafe. Since no drinks are served, you can bring your own alcohol. You can either dance the night away or enjoy a hookah in Mangos.
  • Medusa

    1930 Pacific Avenue Dallas, TX 75270 United States - Phone: +1 214 884 2345
    Medusa opened its doors in 2013 and is located in the vibrant Downtown Dallas. This sleek nightclub with its huge dance floor, comfy booths, a performance stage and five bars has the finest of DJs playing the tunes as well as top artists performing on a regular basis. Some of these musicians are Fantasia, Don Omar, Elefante, Luis Enrique and Avant. Don't forget to put on your dancing shoes to groove to the pulsating music here.
  • Southern Methodist University

    6425 Boaz Lane Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 768 2000
    Southern Methodist University has an enrollment of just over 9,000 students. People from more than 80 countries and all 50 states come to study on this campus. Though named after the Methodist denomination, students from every religious background are welcome. SMU has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top 100 universities in the country. In addition to its fine undergraduate degree programs, SMU offers graduate degrees through its Underwood School of Law, Perkins School of Theology, and Cox School of Business. 
  • Cooper Aerobics Center

    12200 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 972 239 7223
    Located on a 30-acre site in North Dallas, this country club environment offers every fitness feature imaginable and draws clientele from all over the world. You will find experienced, degreed, certified personal trainers plus a broad range of cardiovascular and strength training equipment, group classes, landscaped jogging trail, indoor track, swimming pool, gymnasium, tennis and basketball courts, sauna and day spa. The Guest Lodge provides hotel-style rooms. Ideal for the corporate member, workshops cover such topics as leadership, decision making and commitment. The day spa offers massage, facials, manicures and pedicures. Other amenities in Cooper Aerobics Center include nutritional counseling, on-site restaurant and a pro shop.
  • Goodbody's Fitness Center

    5301 Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 351 9931
    The staff at Goodbody's works hard to accommodate your needs. Benefits offered include weight, strength and cardiovascular training, aerobics and a swimming pool. Aerobics, strength training, aquatic arthritis therapy and yoga sessions are some of the more common programs. Some non-traditional offerings include fitness walking, aero-boxing and roller-blading. A fully equipped, caring childcare service is available on site.
  • Power Play Fitness

    6090 Campbell Road Dallas, TX 75248 United States - Phone: +1 972 759 4686
    This spotless health club provides a friendly atmosphere and the best workout equipment you will find anywhere. The Caribbean theme features a 10-foot saltwater reef tank and fresh flowers. There is even a huge underwater mural. Cozy, clean and fully stocked locker rooms add a great personal touch. The main weight room offers top of the line Paramount Strength Line equipment and plenty of dumbbells and plates. A second weight room houses more professional equipment. This room was designed with the professional athlete in mind, but is open to everyone.
  • Optimum Fitness

    2736 Starcrest Dallas, TX 75234 United States - Phone: +1 972 247 1539
    This fitness center offers weight training, body building and contest-ready power building. Optimum Fitness also trains and sponsors individual athletes. Sports and Massage services include Swedish rubdown, sports massage and Swedish massage. Optimum Fitness sponsors The Metroplex Classic Bodybuilding Championships and The Lone Star Classic Bodybuilding Championships. All training programs are not the same, so it would be best to discuss your individual needs with the staff at Optimum Fitness to determine the cost for your specialized program. Hours are client driven and vary as per the needs of the individual.
  • Texas Club (The)

    800 Main Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 761 6300
    Work up a sweat and release frustrations 15 stories above downtown Dallas. The Texas Club is an upscale 50,000 square foot sport/fitness facility conveniently accessible to downtown offices and hotels. The marble, wood and tile facility contains an indoor running track, full court basketball and volleyball, four racquetball courts, Cybex and free weights, and a state of the art cardio fitness center that includes a cardio theater with audio/visual information and training. The locker rooms are well designed and complete with saunas, executive lockers, steam rooms and lounging areas. Professional trainers and group aerobic classes are readily available for individual and corporate members.
  • Arlington Memorial Hospital

    800 West Randol Mill Road Arlington, TX 76012 United States - Phone: +1 817 960 6100
    This full-service, 358-bed hospital has been providing excellent service to Arlington and the North Texas area since 1958. The facility provides primary and secondary care, emergency services and rehabilitation services as well as support groups and community service programs.
  • Medical Center of Arlington

    3301 Matlock Road Arlington, TX 76015 United States - Phone: +1 817 465 3241
    This acute care hospital serves the communities of Arlington and Mansfield, with more than 450 quality physicians representing 40 medical specialties. The newly remodeled facility offers services in emergency and surgical care, as well as diagnostic and therapeutic assistance.
  • Baylor University Medical Center

    3500 Gaston Avenue Dallas, TX 75246 United States - Phone: +1 214 820 0111 / +1 800 422 9567
    This full service hospital is one of the best in the nation, with numerous services including emergency, cardiovascular, neurology and oncology. Each of the hospitals in the Baylor Healthcare System provides cutting-edge technology. The Baylor University Medical Center is also a teaching facility for Baylor University.
  • Children's Medical Center of Dallas

    1935 Motor Street Dallas, TX 75235 United States - Phone: +1 214 456 7000
    Children's Medical Center of Dallas has been named one of the nation's top pediatric hospitals. With its child-friendly atmosphere and unique medical equipment, designed with children in mind, it is no wonder the facility is honored by the medical industry nationwide. Services include a cardiac intensive care unit, trauma unit and psychiatric unit, as well as outpatient and emergency services.
  • Medical City Dallas Hospital

    7777 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 972 566 7000
    This full service hospital offers emergency care, as well as specialized care with numerous other facilities adjacent the hospital building. Specialties of Medical City Hospital include cardiovascular services, diagnostic sleep services and a neuroscience program.
  • Doctors Hospital Dallas

    9330 Poppy Drive Dallas, TX 75218 United States - Phone: +1 214 324 6100
    This facility, which opened in 1959, is a full service acute care hospital with 228 beds. The key services offered at the Doctors Hospital include 24-hour emergency care, a cardiac cath lab, diagnostic services, surgical services and maternity services. Bloodless surgery is another feature of this hospital.
  • Garland Community Hospital

    2696 West Walnut Street Garland, TX 75042 United States - Phone: +1 972 276 7116
    This full service hospital, located northeast of Dallas in Garland, is part of the Tenet HealthSystem. Specialties of Garland Community Hospital include clinical services such as laboratory services, Pathweigh (a surgical weight loss program), physical therapy and rehabilitation services.
  • Las Colinas Medical Center

    6800 North MacArthur Boulevard Irving, TX 75039 United States - Phone: +1 972 969 2000
    This is a full service hospital offering 24-hour emergency services, as well as in patient medical and surgical care, which includes an Intensive Care Unit. Las Colinas Medical Center also boasts a Sports Medicine Center, complete with high quality equipment, offering injury clinics and pre-participation physical exams for athletes of all ages.
  • Mesquite Community Hospital

    3500 Interstate 30 Mesquite, TX 75150 United States - Phone: +1 972 698 3300
    The hospital serves the community of East Dallas, including Mesquite, East Dallas, Balch Springs, Rockwall, Garland, Rowlett, Quinlan, Royse City, Seagoville, Terrell, Kaufman, Forney, Greenville, and other nearby communities. The hospital boasts all private rooms, making it a unique facility. Founded in 1978, Mesquite Community Hospital opened the area's first Maternity Center. Other features include a high-tech surgery department and a cardiac cath lab.
  • Methodist Medical Center

    1441 North Beckley Avenue Dallas, TX 75203 United States - Phone: +1 214 947 8181 / +1 800 725 9664
    Methodist Hospitals of Dallas have been serving surrounding communities since 1927. With six facilities in the Dallas area, the original campus near Downtown Dallas is a 463-bed teaching and referral hospital, which specializes, in multi-organ transplantation, cardiology, oncology and physical rehabilitation services. Other services include maternity, neonatology and emergency/trauma care.
  • Parkland Memorial Hospital

    5201 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, TX 75235 United States - Phone: +1 214 590 8000
    With more than 900 beds, Parkland Memorial Hospital is Dallas County's largest full service facility, in addition to being the county's only public hospital. The campus is also the primary teaching institution for The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, as well as a training center for the nation's physicians. Services include emergency care, trauma, surgical, ob/gyn programs and diagnostic cardiology. The Parkland Health & Hospital System is comprised of Parkland Memorial Hospital, Community Oriented Primary Care, Parkland Community Health Plan Inc., and the Parkland Foundation.
  • Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas

    8200 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, TX 75231 United States - Phone: +1 214 345 6789
    This 900-bed full service hospital serves as a referral center for North and East Texas. The facility offers a full range of medical services including emergency, cardiovascular, women's programs, pediatrics and pain management. Specialties of Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas include eating disorder and infertility programs.
  • UT Southwestern Medical Center

    5909 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, TX 75390 United States - Phone: +1 214 648 3111
    Since 1896, St. Paul Medical Center has been providing excellent medical care in the Dallas area. The hospital is a non-profit Catholic health care facility and a teaching hospital for the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center of Dallas. Services include emergency care, women's programs, cancer services and outpatient therapy.
  • Moody Coliseum

    6024 Airline Road Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 768 2000
    It's a year long party at The Moody Coliseum, which is named after the entrepreneur W.L. Moody, Jr. Catch NCCA Regional Tournament games as well as NABC College Basketball games at this lively venue. You can even enroll for cheerleading, drill team and basketball camps, which are held through the summer. Popular artists, such as Jimi Hendrix have set the stadium's stage on fire. In 1992, President George Bush addressed the SMU seniors graduation ceremony. So stop by because there's something for everyone.
  • Latino Cultural Center

    2600 Live Oak Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 671 0045
    The primary function of this center is to preserve, promote and encourage Latino arts and culture in Dallas. You can expect to be enthralled by the traditional Flamenco performances, the best Salsa movers and shakers and Latin musicians. Not only can you enjoy these exciting dance performances but you can also learn these styles during weekly workshops at the center.
  • Fair Park Coliseum

    1300 Robert B Cullum Boulevard Dallas, TX 75210 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 8400
    This beautiful park is situated two miles east of downtown Dallas. It boasts of nine museums and six performance facilities, such as the Music Hall, Smirnoff Music Center, Band Shell, and the Cotton Bowl Stadium. With the largest collection of 1930s Art Deco style architecture, this National Historic Landmark is open to public and corporate events. Over 749,000 sq. ft. of space is leased for exhibits, markets, festivals and sports events. Its 277 acres of skillfully landscaped grounds also consist of the Leonhardt Lagoon, Texas Vietnam Memorial and Smith Fountain. Over seven million people frequent this venue every year!
  • Deno's of Highland Park Shoe Service

    62 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 521 1070
    Stop by at Deno's to give all your accessories a new life. Be it shoes, bags, belts, or wrist cuffs, this place ensures that you never throw out your favorite and highly overused accessory. Your favorite accessory will be given a whole new makeover. It takes between two to three weeks for the accessory to look as good as new.
  • Dallas Convention Center

    650 South Griffin Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 939 2700
    Located in the central business district and featuring the country's largest urban heliport/vertiport, the Dallas Convention Center hosts numerous events and is close to all the city's main attractions. The Center has the world's largest column-free exhibit hall at over 200,000 square-feet and there is more than one million square-feet of exhibit area. Another highlight of the venue is the Bruton theater which accommodates over 1700 people. Events hosted by the Center include exhibits, trade shows, meetings, conferences, reunions, social happenings and much more. Check out their website to view the event calendar.
  • Suite 206

    1444 Oak Lawn Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 749 0400
    Are you planning a wedding or a corporate event? Looking for the best decor to impress your guests? Walk into Suite 206, which offers the finest lounge rentals, tables, light fittings and other accessories to fit the mood of any occasion. The rentals are not expensive too, so go ahead splurge a little since it is worth the occasion.
  • Dr Pepper Ballpark

    7300 RoughRiders Trail Frisco, TX 75034 United States - Phone: +1 972 731 9200
    This stadium defies the conventional norms of stadium design. Walk in to this gray structure to discover a number of buildings instead of a single grandstand. Each of these buildings offer private luxury boxes on the second floor while the concession stands are located on the ground floor. The seating arrangements are excellent and offer a good view to catch the action
  • Meridian Business Centers

    1400 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75093 United States - Phone: +1 214 800 2300
    With Meridian Business Centers you can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Meridian Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Meridian Business Centers

    6060 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 800 2300
    With Meridian Business Centers you can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Meridian Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Meridian Business Centers

    7557 Rambler Road Dallas, TX 75231 United States - Phone: +1 214 800 2300
    With Meridian Business Centers you can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Meridian Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Meridian Business Centers

    3102 Maple Avenue Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 800 2300
    With Meridian Business Centers you can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Meridian Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Meridian Business Centers

    320 Decker Drive Irving, TX 75062 United States - Phone: +1 214 800 2300
    With Meridian Business Centers you can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Meridian Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Meridian Business Centers

    1701 W. Northwest Highway Grapevine, TX 76051 United States - Phone: +1 214 800 2300
    With Meridian Business Centers you can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Meridian Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Meridian Business Centers

    3010 LBJ Freeway Dallas, TX 75234 United States - Phone: +1 214 800 2300
    With Meridian Business Centers you can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Meridian Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Executive Car Service

    17817 Davenport Road Dallas, TX 75252 United States - Phone: +1 972 385 2228
    This company which is a member of the National Limousine Association provides convenient transport services in different cities all over the U.S. A range of vehicles from Sedans and SUVs to minibuses and passenger vans are on offer to suit your varying needs and requirements. Their services include a 24 hour airport service, customer direction service and more. So be it attending a business meeting in time or then visiting a particular destination that you don't know much about, ECS as its popularly called, can surely help you out.
  • Washhouse Laundry & Cleaners (The)

    4509 Greenville Avenue # B Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 265 1440
    If you're put in a friend's apartment for a few days while staying in the city, here's a place for cleaning your clothes. Come here to get your used clothes washed and dried. A self-service laundry, this is an essential service for the traveler who is not carrying loads of clothes.
  • Hall Motorhome Rental

    311 National Drive Rockwall, TX 75032 United States - Phone: +1 972 722 8311
    Here's a vacation idea with a difference: book your fully self-contained motor home and drive off to wherever it is that you please (except Mexico!). Each roomy automobile comes equipped with the basic amenities that a family needs. Basic cooking gadgets and bedding is available, in accordance with the number of travelers, though you need to bring your own food. Bathroom facilities include paper for lavatory use, hoses and the like. Once on a campground, you can also service your holding tanks with the handy waste-disposal system; no extra charge if you return your motor home with a full tank! A TV will keep the kids entertained while on the road, and the power generators that come along ensure against any sudden blackouts. Some of these vehicles also have a towing facility, so your car can be towed along as well. Pets are not allowed, smoking is strictly prohibited within the home, and the driver must be over 25 years of age. It is advisable to get additional insurance coverage before you begin your trip. Excellent customer service and immaculately clean units are the hallmark of this rental facility.
  • Premier Athletic Club

    5910 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 891 6600
    Get enlisted at this gym and watch the routine whip your body into shape. The 62,000 feet workout space not only holds some of the best fitness equipment one could ask for, but also certified trainers to put you through the paces. Sport facilities like the squash, basketball, volleyball and racquetball courts, a swimming pool, a running track and a big aerobic studio all help in melting away that unsightly flab. Most of the fitness programs include personalized instruction and nutritional advice, according to age and lifestyle. Facilities, such as on-site fully serviced pro shop, restaurant, lounge, grill, jacuzzi, sauna, massage therapy studio and nursery contribute to make this a wholesome gym experience.
  • Shannon McCall Studio

    3100 Carlisle Street Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 801 2738
    Whatever the occasion you need to dazzle in, head towards the Shannon McCall Studio or just call their make-up experts to your place. Make sure you fix up an appointment beforehand to avoid disappointment. With twenty years of experience credited to them, they deserve to be a bit pricey, but brides, models and commercial artists frequent this studio; you can trust the hands that groom you. Before you leave, make sure you visit their store. Here's where you can go and pick up all the makeup products you fancy to maintain that beautiful glow for a longer span.
  • As you wish

    14841 Coit Road Dallas, TX 75248 United States - Phone: +1 972 385 1706
    He finally got on his knees and made the most romantic proposal ever; you blushed and accepted to venture on life's journey together. But now what? The wedding is just the beginning but it can really create a whole lot of chaos, especially if both of you can't wait to become one in holy matrimony. For times such as these, the As You Wish team is all equipped and ready to help you. Be it a shoe-string budget or a lavish wedding, Shari Johns, the certified wedding consultant, will guide you through as if it were a cakewalk. So, let those worried nerves relax and let Shari and her team take charge. All you need to prepare for is the million dollar smile on the special occasion.
  • Rejuvenex Medical & Cosmetic Spa

    7839 Park Lane Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 363 2388
    Need a holiday from a holiday, or just from the regular routine? How about refreshing your senses? Treat your body to some soothing massages, facials and other body treatments at Rejuvenex. Let the team of trained specialists guided by Dr. Rodriguez take care of you. Each guest has to undergo a medical review first, and this marks the difference between this spa and the others. The venue is equipped with the latest and best machines. Indulge in the Swedish body massage or the Thai one. Leave feeling transformed and light. Cosmetic treatments are also offered.
  • Vow To Dance

    2714 1/2 Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 228 4454
    Whether dancing is your passion or you were born with two left feet, you can very well make your way to Vow To Dance. Not only can you enroll in the ballroom and swing dancing workshops, but also take private lessons under the expert guidance of Elaine Hewlett, an instructor and performer, who enjoys nationwide acclaim. Vow To Dance is the place for all those couples planning to get married and who need a wee bit of training to make those perfect moves on the dance floor. If your fiancée is out of town, don't fret—a partner is not obligatory. Just step in with your dancing shoes and comfortable clothing (try avoiding flip flops or clothing subject to tearing with the slightest move). Check their web site for details on the Early Bird Special.
  • Aston Martin Of Dallas

    5333 Lemmon Avenue Dallas, TX 75209 United States - Phone: +1 214 522 1007
    Aston Martin's collection of elegant and classy sports cars is renowned the world over. The hi-tech technology and sleek designs have made it one of the leading automobile manufacturing brands. Check out the leading models on the website, or just head to this showroom. Finding something that suits your personality and requirements is easy, but make sure you have the dough. Drooling over these mean machines is optional!
  • Body Tech

    11661 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230 United States - Phone: +1 469 232 0300
    Body Tech is a fitness studio, with many personal trainers who will create a regime suited to your fitness and lifestyle goals. The trainers at Body Tech are all warm and friendly. The gym includes many types of equipment, in addition to tanning beds and Pilates classes. Check out their website for special deals!
  • Apple Store

    8687 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75225 United States - Phone: +1 214 765 0820
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Empire Room (The)

    1401 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 972 237 5940
    This exclusive event location sits atop a 48-story sky scraper in the heart of downtown Dallas. The elegant venue caters for both social and corporate events. The ambiance of the place is astounding with its breathtaking view of the city's bustling nightlife. Whatever be the occasion, the empire room is one of those places that has to be put at the top of your list of venues. The venue offers catering by Gil's Elegant Catering, which offers high standard cuisine and impeccable service.
  • Star Cab

    4411 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75098 United States - Phone: +1 214 252 0055
    Star Cab is one of the prominent taxi services on offer in Dallas. Options are available for going either by the meter or as per the set rates. For each additional passenger an extra fee is charged. The Dallas Airport, Fort Worth and Business District Area are some of the notable places where the cabs run across.
  • Executive Taxi

    3131 Halifax Street Dallas, TX 75247 United States - Phone: +1 469 222 2222
    When in need of a cab, Executive Taxi will land one at your doorstep within 15 minutes. Each of their 500 cars are driven by extensively screened drivers whose cars are equipped with the latest Global Positioning Systems to keep one always on track. With over two decades of experience in the industry and 24/7 availability, Executive Taxis are always there at your service.
  • Centennial Building

    1300 Robert B. Cullum Boulevard Dallas, TX 75210 United States - Phone: +1 214 670 8400
    The Centennial Building located within the historic Fair Park, is a massive indoor exhibition space totaling up to roughly 94,000 sq.ft. Ideal for conducting exhibitions or trade fairs, it has been designed such, as to create 58 separate booths. Besides this, indoor sports tournaments are also held here. The walls of the Centennial Building are covered in beautiful murals that have been carefully preserved over the years. The Building has a rich history behind it. It was first built in 1905 with its art deco facade and later revamped for the 1936 Texas Centennial Celebration held at Fair Park.
  • Dallas Market Hall

    2100 Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 655 6100
    The Dallas Market Hall is located within the Dallas Market Center, and is a popular venue amongst the locals of the city. This massive hall is around 214,000 sq.ft. and hosts several exhibitions and trade shows annually. The exhibitions that take place here are mainly for boats, cars and rvs, and is a great place to visit during a trip to the market center in Dallas.
  • Gilley's Dallas

    1135 South Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75215 United States - Phone: +1 214 421 2021
    Come to Gilley's Dallas to groove to the eclectic music of "Gilley's Dallas Premier House Band" or throw your own party; whatever you do, you will surely be looking forward to visit this place again and again. It features the "South Side Event Center" that is 15,000 sq.ft of space ideal for lavish weddings or grand receptions. Host to the Armadillo Races, Rollo Roper etc.,the party just never seems to have an end.
  • Sara Ellen & Samuel Weisfeld Center (The)

    1508 Cadiz Street Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 752 8989
    Sara Ellen & Samuel Weisfeld Center, is housed in a classically designed building that formerly was home to First Church of Christ - a church built in 1894. This center serves as a venue for varied events and occasions and has become popular as one of the best in the city. Named after the founders, this center can be rented for weddings, meetings and even theatrical performances. A capacity of 600 and elegant interiors give the center a shade of elegance. Each piece of furnishing has been picked up with deliberate care and flown in from different parts of the country. If you wish for your event to be a success, Sara Ellen & Samuel Weisfeld Center will be more than willing to help out.
  • Potter's House Event Center (The)

    6777 West Kiest Boulevard Dallas, TX 75236 United States - Phone: +1 214 331 0954
    The Event Center within the The Potter's House is yet another symbol of the modern attitude of this Church. This huge complex was established in 2000 and is open for public use. It is subdivided into areas like the main auditorium, two meeting rooms and a lobby, having different capacities and can be rented separately. The main auditorium is a beauty with deep-velvet upholstered seats and a large stage. Each facility is equipped with excellent audio-visual, lighting and sound arrangements. The Center can be used for concerts, conferences, meetings and corporate events.
  • Alfred J. Loos Fieldhouse

    3815 Spring Valley Road Addison, TX 75001 United States - Phone: +1 972 860 4700
    With a capacity of 7,500 seats, Alfred J. Loos Field House is the seventh-largest arena in United States and undoubtedly a very well-maintained one. This former home to Dallas Chaparrals is the official arena of Brookahven college. A multi packed arena, plays host to the Dallas Defenders in the Premier Basketball League and promises entertainment right down to the wire.
  • Ellis Davis Field House

    9191 South Polk Street Dallas, TX 75232 United States - Phone: +1 800 232 5527
    Ellis Davis Field House is a multi-purpose venue for events, located inside the Jesse Owens Memorial Complex at Dallas. Ellis Davis Field holds school graduation ceremonies and other events along with sports programs like basketball. Located at South Polk Street, the venue serves as a paradise for basketball lovers, what with upbeat facilities and spectacular performances.
  • Gerald J. Ford Stadium

    5801 Airline Road Dallas, TX 75205 United States - Phone: +1 214 768 4444 / +1 214 768 1617
    Owned and operated by Southern Methodist University, 'Gerald Ford Stadium', has a capacity of 32,000. Opened on 2nd September, 2000, this place is mostly used for football tournaments. The place houses a life-sized replica of the Doak Walker Award trophy, awarded every year to the country's top college in football games.
  • Apartment (The)

    1444 Oak Lawn Avenue Dallas, TX 75207 United States - Phone: +1 214 749 0400
    Located in Dallas The Apartment is wonderfully done up making it a great place to host an event at. It has swank furniture with a great layout, comfortable couches to relax on and all that goes in making events successful. It truly symbolises the meaning of new luxury.
  • SMU Boulevard At Greenville Avenue

    SMU Boulevard & Greenville Avenue Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 571 1300
    This is an intersection in Northeast Dallas.
  • Orion Ballroom

    400 South Zang Boulevard Dallas, TX 75208 United States - Phone: +1 214 942 1661
    Weddings, Corporate Events and birthday parties are times when you want to serve the guests only the best and Orion Ballroom was built just for these events. Make those moments of your union with your spouse memorable. Set in an elegant setting the ballroom with its tall curtained windows, fine dining and graceful decor makes parties a success. Around 8,000 sq. ft. of area located on the 15th floor with a splendid view of the Dallas skyline is at your service. From bridal and grooms suites, game room, bar and lounge to dance floor, it is all yours.
  • Star Parking Lot

    1200 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 214 871 2283
    Finding a parking lot is like winning a jackpot and Star Parking Lot is no less than shining good luck. For a couple of dollars they will keep a round the clock eye on your vehicle, ending your worries. Find a Star Parking near your workplace, park your car and walk away—its that simple.
  • Dallas

    Dallas Dallas, TX 75201 United States - Phone: +1 214 571 1000(Tourist Information)
    The third largest city in Texas, Dallas has something for all. Winters here are not too harsh as compared to other cities, making it a great time to visit. Choose from innumerable options available, from happening nightlife in downtown to art events in Fair Park, Dallas Arts District and other entertainment districts of the city. Apart from this, the city is a shopper's paradise, and caters to each and all.
  • Minshew Elementary School

    300 Joplin Drive McKinney, TX 75071 United States - Phone: +1 469 742 7300
    Minshew Elementary School is located in the Independent School District (ISD) of McKinney. The school aims to enhance all round development of its pupils by giving them ample opportunities to spread their wings and test new waters. Excellence in education, wholesome meals and a healthy academic environment are sure to bring out the best in your ward. Students are encouraged to partake in extra curriculars that allow them to broaden their horizons. You can also attend special events, Halloween and Thanksgiving nights, cultural dos among other things here. Call for more details.
  • G & G Limousine

    2807 Allen Street Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 272 2780
    Travel around Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas in style and comfort when you hire G&G Limousine Executive Transportation Services for your business, airport or personal transportation needs. G&G has a solid reputation for first-class service and punctuality. After all, they have been servicing the Dallas area and getting guests where they need to be since 2001. Their professional Dallas limo service stresses luxury and safety every step of the way. Because of their stellar customer service we have retained clients such as AT&TT and the Daffodil Society. Contact them right away for more information or to hire one of their personable Dallas limo drivers.
  • Addison Conference and Theatre Centre

    15650 Addison Road Addison, TX 75001 United States - Phone: +1 972 450 6241
    State of the art equipment and facilities ensure hassle-free business seminars and sessions at Addison Conference And Theatre Centre. Located at a favorable distance from the Dallas North Tollway, the center, ideal for hosting small parties and seminars, can accommodate up to six hundred people. The eclectic interiors are sure to charm the guest delegates and associates you wish to entertain. For further information, log on to the center's website.
  • St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church

    303 Cullum Drive Euless, TX 76040 United States - Phone: +1 8172832291
    A spiritual place for the Greek community in Dallas, the St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church was set up to worship the Lord and as a center for community activity. The church holds prayer services, masses, teachings and dialogs through the various missions and ministries that the church has started for the benefit of the local community. The St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church also organizes various other events like Food Festivals, Design Competitions and Golf Tournaments.
  • Lewisville

    151 W. Church Street Lewisville, TX 75057 United States - Phone: +1 214 741 1887(Tourist Information)
    Lewisville is a town in the state of Texas. It comes to life with the Western Days Festival held every year. This grand event brings together many colors, cultures and people. From arts and crafts, shows to contests, this event is a fiesta by itself. There are also many music events, dance programs and magic shows that are part of this festival. So the next time you are in Lewisville, make sure you do not miss out on this mega event.
  • Italian Club of Dallas

    14865 Inwood Road Addison, TX 75001 United States - Phone: +1 972 931 9167
    Italian Club of Dallas is a cultural center dedicated to promoting Italian culture and preserving its cuisine and way of life in the city. The center hosts several activities like Italian lunch days, Pasta Day and such interesting events with the same objective. The center can be hired for private functions. If you are interested in knowing something different and want to explore the variation of Italian culture as it exists in Addison, Italian Club of Dallas is the place to go. To know the schedule of the events taking place here, check the website.
  • Expressway Tower

    6116 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75206 United States - Phone: +1 214 369 7359
    The Expressway Tower, owned by the Southern Methodist University, is largely a commercial building and home to the some of the University offices. Most of the building is leased out to other offices but the human resources, Payroll, financial services, and a few more. The building has once been the home to the Dallas Cowboys, and it's history is spread over its 190,000 square feet space, if not more. It has also held the USA Film Festival. Do contact for details.
  • Show Business Studios

    350 East Royal Lane Irving, TX 75039 United States - Phone: +1 214 215 8967
    Show Business Studios is a sound studio that records music albums and undertakes other sound recording assignments as well. The place is also used to hold special movie screenings and other events that are unique and interesting to attend. The events staged here are very artistic in nature. If you are interested in performing arts and want to explore the artistic leaning of the city, an event at the Show Business Studios is a must go for you.
  • Tower at Cityplace

    2711 North Haskell Avenue 100 Dallas, TX 75204 United States - Phone: +1 214 515 5100
    The Tower at Cityplace is a prominent structure in the city. Measuring 171 metres, the building was built in 1988 has over 100,000 square metres of office space. Originally CityPlace East, designed by Cossutta & Associates, the building was built to be the headquarters for Southland Corporation.
  • Cathedral of Hope

    5910 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75235 United States - Phone: +1 214 351 1901 / +1 800 501 4673(Toll Free)
    Cathedral of Hope is a church congregation that caters predominantly to the LGBT Christians of Chicago. It offers comprehensive and perhaps controversial ideas of Christianity and homosexuality. Events and celebrations are a regular part of this interactive church's event schedule, and are well-attended by the impassioned community members who can meet and socialize with gay abandon. Check website for further details.
  • Lakewood United Methodist Church

    2443 Abrams Road Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 214 823 9623
    A glimpse at the facade of this church as one passes along the Abrams Road would probably give one the impression of an office building rather than a place of worship. Save for the big cross at the top of the building, one may even miss the spiritual and religious journey that the church's community has to offer. Describing itself as a 'neighborhood church', the Lakewood United Methodist Church, or Lakewood UMC, strives to spread the Christian way of life in the neighborhood and thus live by God's words. Besides worship, the church also plays host to a range of events, like concerts, recitals and much more. See the website for more information.
  • McKinney High School

    1400 Wilson Creek Parkway McKinney, TX 75069 United States - Phone: +1 469 742 5700
  • Beach Club

    6203 Virginia parkway Mckinney, TX 75070 United States - Phone: +1 214 733 5800
  • Stonebridge Ranch

    6201 Virginia Parkway Mckinney, TX 75070 United States - Phone: +1 214 733 5800
  • Eastern Hills Country Club

    3000 South Country Club Road Garland, TX 75043 United States - Phone: +1 972 840 3484
  • Garland Independent School District

    501 South Jupiter Road Garland, TX 75042 United States - Phone: +1 972 494 8201
  • J.B. Little Elementary

    3721 Little Road Arlington, TX 76016 United States - Phone: +1 682 867 3300
  • Janet Brockett Elementary

    810 Dove Meadows Arlington, TX 76002 United States - Phone: +1 817 299 6620
  • Texins Activity Center

    13900 North Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75243 United States - Phone: +1 214 567 3777
  • Rockwall County YMCA

    1210 North Goliad Street Rockwall, TX 75087 United States - Phone: +1 972 772 9622
  • Springer Elementary

    3025 Limestone Hill Lane Rockwall, TX 75032 United States - Phone: +1 972 772 7160
  • Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

    2255 North Bonnie Brae Street Denton, TX 76507 United States - Phone: +1 940 565 1770
  • Immaculate Conception Catholic Church School Gymnasium

    2301 North Bonnie Brae Street Denton, TX 76207 United States - Phone: +1 940 381 1155
  • Holy Family of Nazareth Catholic Parish

    2323 Cheyenne Street Irving, TX 75062 United States - Phone: +1 972 252 5521
  • Italy High School

    300 College Street Italy, TX 76651 United States - Phone: +1 972 483 7411
  • Mac Sports (The)

    200 Continental Drive Lewisville, TX 75067 United States - Phone: +1 972 315 9500
  • Custer Road United Methodist Church

    6601 Custer Road Plano, TX 75023 United States - Phone: +1 972 618 3450
  • LISD Aquatic Center

    5729 Memorial Drive The Colony, TX 75056 United States - Phone: +1 469 948 2750
  • City Hall Plaza

    6101 Frisco Square Boulevard Frisco, TX 75034 United States - Phone: +1 972 292 5000
  • Denton

    W McKinney Street & N Elm Street Denton, TX 76201 United States - Phone: +1 940 349 8200
    Here you'll find both Texas Woman's University and the University of North Texas. Capital of Denton county, this town lies on the northern boundary of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. You'll find the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival as well as 35 Denton in the way of music festivals. The climate is subtropical and humid so dress light.
  • Canton Co-Op

    2703 Canton Street Dallas, TX 75226 United States - Phone: +1 214 810 2074
    Come see a show or exhibition here! It doesn't stop there, though. Are you a freelance worker? Or just have your own business but no workspace? Join the Co-Op and reap the benefits of a shared space.
  • Prestonwood Baptist Church

    6801 West Park Boulevard Plano, TX 75093 United States - Phone: +1 972 820 5000
    Prestonwood Baptist Church is one of the largest and influential churches in North America. This sprawling church houses a worship center, a school, fitness center, library and several sporting facilities. Apart from offering religious services, the Prestonwood Baptist Church strives for the betterment of its community and always conducts sermons, workshops and programs to achieve this goal. It also has specially designed rooms for educating and training children with special needs. And like other churches, Prestonwood Baptist Church has its own Music and Worship Ministry that offers training in choir and gospel music. For more details, check its website.
  • Waxahachie

    North Elm Street Waxahachie, TX 75165 United States - Phone: +1 469 309 4000
    The seat of Ellis County, the city of Waxahachie is also one of Dallas' southern suburbs. Famous as the birthplace of the American West's oldest cowboy, Tom Blasingame, this city is where the Superconducting Super Collider was supposed to have been constructed. However, what Waxahachie is perhaps best known for is the Scarborough Renaissance Festival, which is held from the beginning of April till Memorial Day Monday. Musical performances, jousting, horsemanship and games are organized.
  • Lakewood Elementary School

    3000 Hillbrook Street Dallas, TX 75214 United States - Phone: +1 972 749 7300
    Lakewood Elementary School is an award winning school in the neighborhood of Lakewood. An educational institute focused on excellence, learning and respect, the school follows a strict code of dressing where all students are to wear uniforms during their term. Lakewood Elementary has a stallion as its mascot. Established in 1956, it has been active in sports and other extra-curricular activities and also has teams for each of them.
  • Downtown Dallas

    Downtown Dallas Dallas, TX 75202 United States - Phone: +1 800 232 5527(Toll Free)
    Downtown Dallas is the vibrant heart of Dallas which is not only a business hub but also an entertainment zone for anyone who wants to explore its surroundings. From hip nightclubs, creative restaurants to lively dive bars, the Downtown has a lot to offer for everyone. Choose from any of its fifteen districts such as the Arts District, the Main Street District or the Reunion District, you will just be amazed by its versatility. Don't forget to visit the Reunion Tower which offers magnificent vistas of the city's skyline from its top.
  • Historic Downtown Plano

    Downtown Plano Plano, TX 75074 United States - Phone: +1 972 543 8840
    Historic Downtown Plano has an old worldly charm due to its many brick buildings that date back to the 1800s. A walking tour is the best way to discover the many gems it has to offer since everything is nearby. From delightful antique shops with tea rooms, boutiques to unique gift stores, shoppers will love these non-chain shopping paradise. There are many restaurants, bars and pubs to indulge your palates while there is no dearth of entertainment in its theaters and music arenas. Stroll through its galleries if you are art lover or pamper yourselves at the innumerable spas or salons. Don't forget to visit the Haggard Park that a pond, well paved walking trails, chess boards and picnic areas.