Whether you came to Dallas to dig into some southern BBQ, immerse yourself in America's biggest arts district or spend big in its many high-class boutiques, this brash city is humming with activity.
Make sure you visit the Dallas Arts District, the largest in the US, filled with world-class museums, like the Dallas Museum of Art this area is ever-evolving. Want to support the team? Visit the Dallas Cowboys headquarters, The Star in Frisco and if you're lucky you may spot the team on training day.
Spend your afternoons outdoors, drink a pitcher at The Truck Yard, a former junkyard turned beer garden. Once you catch a whiff of the famed southern BBQ, it won't be long before you seek out one of the city's smokehouses. Iconic joints like Pecan Lodge, Cattleack Barbeque and Mac's Bar-B-Que serve up some of the city's best grub.
To sample another side of the city's diverse culinary scene, visit Trompo for tacos, Khao Noodle Shop for a Laotian feast or Petra and the Beast for an innovative tasting menu. Sip cocktails at Truth & Alibi or listen to some old school blues at Louie Louie's piano bar, Deep Ellum is the neighbourhood is the place to be. Scooting out of Dallas with a full belly, bag and camera, the next city will have big boots to fill.