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Apparently people still like physical CDs, box sets, and vinyl. Appreciate art at Nasher Sculpture Center - The birth and growth of the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection started more than fifty years ago. Get a Bird's Eye View of the City - Reunion Tower, or the "Big Ball," is synonymous with the Dallas skyline, appearing on tee shirts, coffee cups, and shot glasses. There is a restaurant at the top, but you don't have to eat dinner.
Speaking to the owner, I found out that they had their best year to date in sales in their nine years of existence. In 1950, Raymond and Patsy traveled to Mexico, where they became interested in pre-Columbian art and bought the first works in what would become a sizable collection of objects from ancient Latin America. Just have a Shirley Temple at the bar and enjoy the view.
In the late 1980s, the city allowed a number of local artists to paint the walls of the Good Latimer Expressway tunnel.
The tunnel was demolished in spring 2007 to make way for the DART Green Line train.
Amsterdam Bar on Tuesdays, The Goat on Mondays, and Brooklyn's have blues bands or open mic opportunities nearly every night. Align your quest for the perfect patio with the Happy Hours in Dallas.
Here are 15 more great Dallas patio places, according to D Magazine. Catch an Indie Show at Good Records - This local indie music store has withstood the test of time and the advent of MP3s.
Dirt Cheap Yoga, and Sunstone are inexpensive, with package deals for first-time yogis. Bike on the Katie Trail - Rent a bike for free on Thursdays after pm at Fleetwood Kit Kat's near SMU, the only self-proclaimed Dallas Cruiser Bike Boutique.
They'll hook you up with a compound bow or, if you're feeling medieval, a classic straight bow.
In line with the theme of this website, many of these are arts-oriented and encourage patronizing local businesses.
Most are are suitable activities with kids or as a couple. Go on an Uptown Food Tour - Enjoy local food, and a VIP rate (promo: DALLAS), while soaking up Dallas history on a five-star rated food tasting walking tour.
This is Dallas' best, and only, year-round foodie tour. Digitally Tee Off - This isn't your grandpa's driving range. Saddle Up - Marshall Creek Ranch is one of the best experiences in Dallas when it comes to horseback riding with the family or for date night with your significant other.
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