The art deco buildings of Fair Park, which were created for the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition, today contain seven museums that focus...
Perot Museum of Nature & Science at Fair Park
Largely replaced by the huge new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in the Arts District, the old facility remains open for people...
Sons of Hermann Hall
For 95 years, this classic Texas dancehall has been a chameleon: equal parts pickup bar, live-music venue, honky-tonk and swing-dancing...
A postmodern cafe with Tex-Mex grace notes and tattooed waitresses, the AllGood is cozy as all get out. Families and rocker types all...
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Are these rednecks pretending to be hipsters or hipsters pretending to be rednecks? Live music (Friday and Saturday nights) keeps the irony from killing the fun. True to name, the bar is set up like a double-wide trailer, complete with Astroturf, wood-paneled walls and deliciously bad artwork. Catch your breath on the patio out back. It's in Deep Ellum.