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...
This is the resting place of many early Dallas settlers, with gravestones from the 1850s through the 1920s.
For a Texas–sized photo op or just a sight of the largest bronze monument on earth, head to Pioneer Plaza. Its showpiece is a collection...
Every city needs an old classic like this, with pressed-tin ceilings, live music and a low-key, feel-good, throw-back-a-beer vibe that...
Adolphus Hotel, 1321 Commerce St · interesting places nearby
French Room information
With glittering chandeliers and drop-dead opulence, this is the top-rated hotel restaurant in the country. Gilt-tinged arches, marble columns and ornately painted ceilings set the scene for the classical French twist on modern American cuisine. The four-course afternoon tea ($38) is lovely.