Dallas may be a little bit country, but it's got a hip, rock-and-roll side too. And an underground of artists, chefs and small-business owners inspiring each other to create great things. They say everything's bigger in Texas. In the "Big D" everything is bigger — and better too.
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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
Family-style entertaining and old-school cooking handcrafted from scratch.
The Cedars Social
Discerning tastes love this cocktail-focused place complete with "Mad Men" retro furniture.
Bakery with a business model that emphasizes philanthropy as much as it does profits.
Sixth Floor Museum
See the grassy knolls from the sixth floor, where Oswald fired those notorious shots…or did he?
Dallas Museum of Art
The epicenter of Dallas culture.
The best mac and cheese in town is served up at this Bishop Arts brunch hot spot.
Authentically hip New York-style pizza where tattooed guys tossing dough is part of the fun.
Home-style Italian, tucked into a historic building in the Bishop Arts district.
We Are 1976
This indie boutique bills itself as a design toy store for grown-ups.
Uptown neighborhood’s best organic, vegetarian cuisine in a funky, converted house.