For all its din, drive and shopping malls, Dallas has a surprisingly quiet side – a triangular piece of prime Downtown real estate set...
Magnolia Petroleum Company Building
The red neon Pegasus became a symbol of Dallas when it first flew atop this building in 1934. It disappeared for decades before...
Trammell & Margaret Crow Center for Asian Art
Enter another world in this calm, pagoda-like oasis of a museum that's nearly as remarkable for its ambiance as for its rich collection...
With over 80 selections of Mexican tequila, this bubbly downtown party spot is oft-rated the best happy hour in Dallas. It's certainly...
This classic downtown lunch spot, which has been tucked into Neiman Marcus for more than 50 years, evokes old-school Dallas. Attentive...
Lonely Planet review
This grand old Downtown theater presents a year-round schedule of touring Broadway musicals.