Five years ago, you’d have been hard-pressed to find a cocktail-craving thirty-something headed to a haute bar in Dallas’s Design District, a once-industrial enclave centrally located close to the Main Street District, near downtown. But now the Design District is attracting new retailers, deep-pocketed developers and plenty of shoppers, thanks to a slew of buzz-worthy restaurants, chic stores and daring art galleries opening up alongside brand-new apartments and lofts.
1. Grape Juice
1. Eilenberger’s Bakery
No one likes a know-it-all, but it beats being ignorant. Brush up on a few stories people will surely be chattering about this weekend.
Wide Open Spaces
1. Hyacinth for the Home
1. 1901 Historic Harrison County Courthouse
1. The Little Dutch Girl
The phrase “bed and breakfast” often conjures images of stuffy homes filled with dusty doilies and wide-eyed doll collections. But the B&B industry and its standards have evolved. Say goodbye to the days of old squeaky beds and rows of frivolous throw pillows and embrace the shift toward classically elegant and strikingly modern retreats.