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Photo by Nate Rehlander

Loud, brash and ritzy, the Big D has long been known for big finance, big bank accounts and big hair. But, in recent years, Dallas has emerged as a vibrant, fast-growing art destination, drawing connoisseurs who come for weekend-long pilgrimages to explore the riches.

  • Perfect for
    Art Lovers | Families | Style Mavens
  • When to go
  • Ideal length of stay
    1-2 Nights
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Indagare's Simone Girner
Cabana boutique is certainly no secret anymore but Merry Vose's excellent eye for fashion and accessories make this spot required shopping. I love the jewel box–like original; a bigger sister store, Canary, is located down the street."
Lisa Fine, founder of Irving & Fine
"“In Dallas, my favorite lunch is at Dean Fearings at The Ritz—delicious southwestern food and options to sit in a garden room or in a more casual bar area. I love the tortilla soup and the cornmeal fried oysters; the chef is famous for them. I find dinner a little too much there. But I love Steven Pyles, for more southwestern fare and also great ceviche and pizzas. For cheap, good and greasy authentic Tex Mex, I love Mias.”

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