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,…

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: Old East Dallas

To the east of downtown is what we call “Old East Dallas,” and it’s salt-and-peppered full of gorgeous old houses of various styles and sizes in the Swiss Avenue Historic District, next to apartments and shopping strips. The restaurants and bars in this area — although popular among locals, still feel undiscovered. Probably because of the…

Neighborhood: Uptown

An area of Dallas ripe with beautiful 20-somethings with good jobs, Uptown is known as one of the most walkable live-work neighborhoods in Dallas proper. Note – the area has a lush amount of 5-star restaurants, bars and some of the best shopping in the city, but it’s probably one of the most douchey neighborhoods as well. Uptown…

Neighborhood: Design District

One of the most recent neighborhoods that has risen up out of refurbished mid-century modern furniture warehouses, home-decor showrooms, contemporary art galleries and photo studios is Dallas’s Design District.  Don’t let the bougie title fool you though, the Design District hails some laid-back brew joints, taco stops, BBQ joints and southern diners that’ll never get displaced, a dive-y bowling alley alongside the art…

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 Guide: Oak Lawn

Oak Lawn has long been the center of Dallas’ gay community (which is the BIGgest in TX and one of the largest in the US). The neighborhood bars and clubs draw big crowds each weekend, as does the annual Dallas Pride parade down Cedar Springs Road. But there are plenty of quieter streets of charming…

Neighborhood Guide: Lower Greenville

Lower Greenville has a rich history and has always had some of the best restaurants, bars and music all in one place. About 15 years back, it used to be primarily a night-time destination minus a healthy lunch crowd, but it has evolved over the last 10 years to become one of the most walkable…