Everything’s bigger in Texas! Home of Leverage Partner Nathan Grace Real Estate, Dallas is a hub for technology, cattle, oil and telecom, making it a dynamic metropolis. A culinary utopia, Dallas is known for its barbecue, and authentic Mexican/Tex-Mex cuisine; with more restaurants per capita than New York City, everyone can find something to please their palate!
In addition to being a culinary destination, Dallas is home to six major league sports teams: the Dallas Cowboys, the Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, Dallas Stars, FC Dallas and the Dallas Wings. After you finishing eating and enjoying the game, make your way downtown to the largest urban arts district in the United States, where you will discover a wide variety of artwork reflecting the city’s culture. Here are a few more reasons to love this energetic city:
NOSH. Casa Rubia at Trinity Groves was awarded a James Beard nod as one of the country’s best new restaurants; it’s the go-to for modern tapas and paellas.
NEST. In the Dallas Design District, Ceylon et Cie is a design trove filled with eclectic finds from around the world.
WALK. While White Rock Lake is across the street from Mount Vernon's gates, many stroll seekers like the Katy Trail, a jogging and bicycle path that follows the old Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad.
DRESS. V.O.D. is what you get when a former fashion journalist and seasoned women's buyer open a boutique. Jackie Bolin and Liz Thompson bring hard-to-find lines and exquisite vintage pieces to Dallas's Victory Park location.
VIEW. The Perot Museum of Nature and Science opened to much fanfare last year. Designed by Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate Thom Mayne, the 180,000-square-foot facility received the highest possible Green Globes rating for its sustainable design.
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