Neighborhood: The Cedars

Just 5 minutes by car and 20 minutes by foot, the Cedars is another neighborhood phoenix. Although it’s been healthily populated for the last decade by businesses, recording studios, dive-bars, musicians and artists, in the last 2 years, more single-family housing, lofts and all the amenities that go with those things have found their way into the…

Wanna Dance?

One of the things Dallas might be infamous for outside of the whole, you know, JFK thing, and oh yeah, Bonnie & Clyde, is the Starck Club — a legend for nightclubbing, and coining the term “ecstasy”.  Some of our agency owners today who were club-goers back then will tell you, “I remember when you’d go to the club,…

Late Night Food

Where can you get food after the receptions and after parties, and sometimes after-after parties? Besides pinging room service, here are some after hours and all-hours places to soak up all the fun you’re having.

Neighborhood: Knox-Henderson

At the northern edge of Uptown is Knox/Henderson – which is a stretch of restaurants, bars, shops in strips going from the west side of 75/Central to the east, all the way to Ross Avenue. Popular among most crowds, it’s a beast to park and not as accessible via bus/rail. So best to take a Lyft. Notable:…

Neighborhood: Deep Ellum Expo Park

Deep Ellum and Expo Park are two neighborhoods to the east of downtown Dallas, with an attitude and bravado unlike the areas right around it. It’s one of the oldest night-life-geared neighborhoods, and like much of America, went through a slump right after 9-11, and most recently has seen itself revitalized into another lively neighborhood…

Neighborhood: Lakewood

Lakewood Dallas, Texas is a dream. Honestly. It’s one of the most laid-back, liberal neighborhoods in Dallas proper. It rides on the cusp of Dallas the city, Dallas suburbia and where the residents are highly involved in Dallas business but still Facebook regular #resist-ance posts. Super friendly. Super scenic. Super authentic. Lots of great food, drink,…

Neighborhood: North Oak Cliff

Oak Cliff is actually more than a neighborhood. It’s more like an area. It’s like Dallas’s version of Brooklyn, similarly right across the two big Calatrava bridges you see to the west of downtown. Once the chill-but-culturally-rich area that was largely undiscovered and unventured bc of its “shady” surroundings, North Oak Cliff has some of the trendiest…