We know, you’re up for a weekend where you can pull out your favorite cowboy boots and let loose in the American south. This was maybe the majority of what Dallas had previously to offer, besides big chain restaurants. But today, there’s much more. Dallas is a city full of unique culture, diehard sports, shopping and top-notch food. Here is the guide to where to eat and stay in Dallas. Note: This doesn’t mean though that you still can’t grab a cowboy hat, your favorite denim jacket, and experience Texas old school.
A Note about the Recommendations
Galavante has been around for 12 years, and during that time, we’ve met a few people around the world. We would go as far as to say, that our community is truly something special. These Tastemakers are in every corner of the globe, and they are social butterflies with a passion for the best accommodations and dining. For our Galavante City Guides, we’re leaning into the locals, who in this case are long-time residents Eva and Hooman. This is their list of where to eat and stay in Dallas, so you know it’s going to be good.
Where to Eat in Dallas
The Mansion Restaurant at Turtle Creek, Rosewood Hotel
Where to Stay in Dallas
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
After reading up on where to eat and stay in Dallas, check out our guides to Charleston and Boston.
Q: Where can I get BBQ in Dallas?
A: Pecan Lodge is the place for the best BBQ in town.
Q: Is the Joule a boutique hotel?
A: Yes, it is.
Q: Where should I go for Italian food in Dallas?
A: Galavante recommends checking out Lucia and/ or Nonna when you’re craving pasta.
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