New York might have a reputation as the city that never sleeps, but Dallas isn’t far behind. There’s always something to do after dark, from bar crawling on the Uptown trolley to taking in some sweet tunes at one of Deep Ellum’s famed music venues.
Vacations are meant to be relaxing. While there’s plenty to do and see in Dallas, you should also leave a little room for rest and recuperation. After all, there’s nothing more stressful than returning from a getaway only to feel that you need a few days of recovery time.
There’s a reason the Dallas Cowboys are called “America’s Team.” They’re one of the top teams in NFL history, with 10 championship games and 5 Super Bowl wins under their belt. The Texas franchise also has one of the largest fan bases. Dallas regularly averages over 92,000 spectators per game, busting the NFL record with a whopping 105,121 guests in 2009.
You’ve planned the perfect Dallas vacay. You have plane tickets in hand, your reservation at Magnolia Downtown is complete and you’re busy browsing travel books for outdoor adventures and cultural events. The trick is, you’re hoping to see the city without booking a rental car.
Hamburgers are the quintessential American food. They are the heart of the family barbecue, the must-have item at picnics and one of the only meals a picky child will eat.Drive nearly anywhere in Dallas and you’ll find a burger joint within a mile radius. Not every meat patty is created equal, though. We scoured the city to find five burgers that were not only tasty, but unique in taste or presentation.