1. Deep Ellum
Graffiti art on Commerce Street greets travelers on their way into Deep Ellum. This up-and-coming art and restaurant district has its own cool and unique vibes with its very own craft brewery, diverse cuisines, night life, and a plethora of live music in bars on the weekends.
2. McKinney Avenue
With a trolley system that takes you into the luxury shops of Uptown, this Dallas avenue is bustling with businesses and good eats such as Jake’s Hamburgers, Trulucks, Urban Taco, and Bread Winners Cafe.
3. NorthPark Center
NorthPark was created to better support marketing and the fashion industry in Texas and suit the needs of the elite, art- and fashion-savvy Dallas citizens. Throughout the entire center there is great magnitude of refined style and class as it relates closely to a museum. For the ultimate shopping experience, this is the spot.
4. Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Historical, informative, and a tad bit eerie is the Sixth Floor Museum located right on the corner of Houston and Elm Street. Remember the life and death of JFK through photographs, real artifacts, and documentaries. With a free audio guide included with your admission, step inside history and experience first hand where the notorious Lee Harvey Oswald stood in 1963.