Luxury Shopping

Travel Channel notes that shopping in Dallas can be an extreme sport. We’re not sure what that means, but we’re both proud and ashamed of our love for shopping here. From being home to Neiman Marcus’s flagship store on Main St. (right down the street from the Westin) to the nation’s first shopping center at…

Record Stores

As we assume goes for the rest of the nation where there’s a music scene as robust as that in Dallas Fort Worth and Denton, the love for vinyl and continued resurgence of the brick and mortar record store continues to boom. For records and record-store-bars, the metroplex has quite a collection.

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: 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 Guide: Downtown Dallas

Downtown Dallas has gone from a healthy business-district that turned into a ghost-town after 6pm weekdays and weekends into a lively live-work-walk-shop-eat-drink neighborhood at all times of the day.