Exploring Dallas: Revealing Hidden Treasures

Dallas is a vibrant city with many areas, offering visitors and residents alike a wide variety of activities to enjoy. People often think of the downtown business district or Southfork when they think of Dallas. Local residents often forget about the many diverse and eclectic neighborhoods that are  full of wonderful restaurants, art galleries and incredible shops.

AT & T Performing Arts Center

Exploring the  neighborhoods in Dallas will take you to Tillman’s Roadhouse in the Bishop’s Art District; to game night at the Belmont Hotel and delicious barbeque at Smoke in South Dallas; the works of local playwrights at the Bathhouse Cultural Center at White Rock Lake in East Dallas and enjoy a performance of the Dallas Black Dance Theater at the AT & T Performing Arts Center, dine at Fedora or listen to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra at the Meyerson Symphony Center in the Dallas Arts District.

While driving through Highland Park  or down Swiss Avenue you will glimpse lavish mansions and luxury homes. And a visit to West Village will delight any fashionista with high-end boutiques and shoppes. Actually, almost every part of town will delight shoppers, with shopping centers like NorthPark Center, The Galleria and Highland Park Village.

Foodies will love exploring the various neighborhoods, finding authentic cuisines, down home country cooking and 5-star dining. Dallas has more restaurants Per capita than New York City.

Music lovers can listen to the Blues at a club in Deep Ellum or at the House of Blues in Victory. On any given night, a visit to the American Airlines Center in Victory offer nationally known acts, Dallas Mavericks basketball, hockey or the circus.

In the upcoming weeks, we will explore the exciting areas and neighborhoods of Dallas, giving you an inside look at local  hidden treasures. Please tell me you favorite Dallas neighborhoods and local treasures.

Next: Henderson Avenue…Food, Antiques & Fun!

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