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...
For all its din, drive and shopping malls, Dallas has a surprisingly quiet side – a triangular piece of prime Downtown real estate set...
This is the resting place of many early Dallas settlers, with gravestones from the 1850s through the 1920s.
With over 80 selections of Mexican tequila, this bubbly downtown party spot is oft-rated the best happy hour in Dallas. It's certainly...
With glittering chandeliers and drop-dead opulence, this is the top-rated hotel restaurant in the country. Gilt-tinged arches, marble...
Lonely Planet review
This classic downtown lunch spot, which has been tucked into Neiman Marcus for more than 50 years, evokes old-school Dallas. Attentive waiters bustle about, soothing and pampering diners with hot chicken consommé, popovers with strawberry butter, and elegant salads.