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3921 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Dallas, TX 75210, USA
Around late September through October. Definitely come hungry (without regard to your waistline). Try a turkey leg, corn dog, cotton candy and/or every fried food imaginable and be prepared to spend lots of money. This is worth it though...at...
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688 Freeport Pkwy, Coppell, TX 75019, USA
Barbecue in all its forms is delicious, by my preferred style is Texan. In a warehouse district near the Dallas/Fort Worth airport, you'll find Hard Eight BBQ, an ode to Texas barbecue. When you arrive, place your order at the pit (meat is sold...
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Deep Ellum, Dallas, TX, USA
One of Dallas’s earliest neighborhoods, this formerly industrial area just east of downtown has a long history as an entertainment hub, from its days as a hotbed of blues and jazz clubs in the 1920s, to the 1980s, when local bands like the...
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Though Dallas’ public transportation network is expanding, it’s still tough to really enjoy the city without a car—which makes the W all the more appealing. Just a short walk from the American Airlines Center, the hotel is the...
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2624 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75226, USA
The ultimate hole in the wall. Probably not a good idea to wear white cause you'll likely get black marker on it (you'll see what i mean when you get there). Cheap beer (yum Lonestar Beer). Awesome hamburgers are pretty much the only thing on the...
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4434 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75219, USA
Here are the rules for a good diner: Breakfast served all day and extra points are awarded for thick cut bacon and crispy hash browns. Busy waitresses who never get flustered are key—ideally she'll be calling customers "honey" and keeping their...
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201 Main St #700, Fort Worth, TX 76102, USA
Although I reside in the Mecca of museums, I still enjoy the local art experiences in Fort Worth, Texas. If you are planning a trip to North Texas, add the Kimbell to your itinerary....especially since there is free admission.
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Dallas may not have the hills of Austin or the coastline of Galveston, but locals get their fix of natural splendor at White Rock Lake. Developed in 1911 as a water source for the city, the man-made lake is now the focal point for a 1,015-acre...