Dallas, TX

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Overview

Dallas is the ninth-largest city in the U.S. and is the fourth biggest metropolitan area in Texas with a population of about 1.2 million people. It was officially incorporated as a city in 1856 after various wars and land disputes from Spain, France, and Mexico. Today, Dallas is a cultural and commercial hub with historical ties to the cotton and oil industries. It’s also known for its rich history, lively entertainment, sports, and diverse neighborhoods.
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Around Dallas

Dallas Attractions

Dallas has a great selection of attractions and fun events for couples, singles, and families. Whether you’re looking to catch a game like the NFL Dallas Cowboys, view wildlife at the Dallas Zoo, or hear good ol’ fashion country music at a dance hall, there is something for everyone in Dallas. Noteworthy points of interest include the Dallas Aquarium, AT&T Stadium, Klyde Warren Park, GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower, and Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Located just 25 miles northeast of Dallas, you will find SouthFork Ranch in Parker, TX, which was the famous location of the hit show “Dallas.”

Dallas Restaurants and Nightlife

There are more than just southern BBQ joints in Dallas. You can explore different cuisine like authentic Japanese or Mexican food to classic American fare and steakhouses. Whether you want to eat at a gourmet bistro or order from a food truck, your taste buds will enjoy the culinary journey. Dallas also has great breweries where you can sample local craft beers. But if you are still looking for good, hearty BBQ grub, you’ll find plenty of restaurants all over the city. Smoke in West Dallas has some of the best farm-to- fork items on their menu from smoked meats to brisket hash and the classic biscuits and sausage gravy with a spicy kick. It’s sure to make your mouth water and keep you coming back for more. Not to be outshined by all the great food that Dallas has to offer, the city’s lively nightlife is just as eclectic. Night owls have plenty of options to discover throughout Dallas’ neighborhoods because the city doesn’t sleep. The House of Blues Dallas provides live music, and not just country, as well as entertainment from acts from all over the world. Late-night establishments like The Balcony Club, Craft and Growler, and Bar Belmont are all great spots to have a drink, listen to some tunes, meet up with friends, or dance the night away.

Dallas Culture

The city is full of rich culture and history with museums, art galleries, and landmarks. The Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Opera House, Sixth Floor Museum, and the State Fair of Texas are just a few of the great cultural institutions in Dallas. It also promotes a friendly and diverse environment showcasing beautiful Catholic churches, a Latino Cultural Center, African American Museum, and a great collection of Asian art.

Dallas Transportation

Getting around Dallas is easy thanks to its walkability. The city has predominantly pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods throughout and offers easy access to public transportation such as the Dallas Area Rapid Transit. It operates bus and train services to many popular destinations including to and from downtown Dallas and the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. If you own a car, the city’s freeway system is accessible to major interstates and easily connects to other highways for driving across town. Locals and visitors alike won’t have a hard time traveling around Dallas because of all the great transit options available.

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