What, Where, How . . . in DALLAS
Information guide to Dallas, Tx
***NEW*** Theater Performances
Location: KD Studios
2600 N. Stemmons Frwy., Ste 180, Dallas (College on I35 across from Anatole)
Cost: $20.00 Adults, $15.00 Students
Doors open at 7pm
1301 Custer Rd, Plano (Custer and 15th)
Doors open at 7:30pm
A very funny and satirical look at Thanksgiving featuring "Dan Quayle."
Location: 2800 Routh St., Ste 168 Dallas
A Southwest premiere by Hon Robin Boltz.
Doors open at 7:30pm
The DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) is an easy convenient way to get around town. DART trains run approximately every 20 minutes to & from stations based near the different locales. There are FREE parking lots near the stations for added convenience.
Price: $2 for a 1 day pass (use as many times that day as you need)
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Many different eateries: The Palm, Hoffbrau Steaks, Sonny Bryan's BBQ, R J & Chipotle Mexican Grills, El Fenix Mexican Restaurant, Chaucer's Restaurant, TGI Friday's, Spagetti Warehouse, Gator's Dallas, Ellen's Southern Kitchen, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, Campisi's Restaurant & other fast food places (McDonald's, etc.)
Dinner & Tournament - Fun theatrical affair for an evening! Lots of audience participation!
Food & fun with live musical entertainment.
Founded in 1918, the original location is in downtown Dallas. El Fenix is known for its brand of "Tex-Mex Cuisine".
The cafe includes a 265-seat restaurant featuring outdoor dining, rock 'n' roll memorabilia and a Rock Shop including limited edition Hard Rock Cafe merchandise.
Places of Interest
West End of Downtown (Within walking distance)
- West End Historic District - Street painters, museums & art galleries (RISING Gallery, Estrada Studios, TX White Space, etc.)
- Dallas World Aquarium- Next to West End
- The 6th floor Museum of the Texas Book Depository- About Kennedy/Oswald
- JFK Eternal Flame Monument (near site of actual assassination across from "Grassy Knoll"
- Historic Old City Park Tour - Homes, school, Chandler building, old in-ground kiln, general store, etc.
East End of Downtown (Within walking distance)
- Dallas Museum of Art
- Nasher Sculpture Center & Gardens
- Trammell & Margaret Crow Asian Art Collection
- Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center - Home of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra
- Booker T. Washington Magnet Arts School - With graduates such as Erykah Badu & Norah Jones.
- Margot & Bill Winspear Opera House
- AT&T Performing Arts Center - Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre (iconic architectural structure) - One of the most versatile theatrical structures in the world
Other Places (around the city)
- Dallas Aboretum and Botanical Gardens
- Meadows Art Museum at SMU - Beautiful, classical art work
- George W. Bush Presidential Center - Home to the Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the Bush Institute
- Dallas Zoo- Oldest & largest zoological park in Texas
- American Airlines Center & Victory Park- Home of the Dallas Mavericks
- Perot Museum of Nature & Science
- Kessler Theater- Known for great live music
- Texas Theater- Historic theater where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested
- Fair Park - Multiple museums on the grounds all within walking distance in Fair Park (Women's Exhibit, African Heritage Exhibit, Aquarium, Science Building, Dallas Garden Center, Railroad Exhibit)
The Anatole is home to the most fascinating collection of art and historical artifacts ever assembled in any hotel. The Top Art Treasures of the Hilton Anatole is designed to be a leisurely walking tour of the most iconic art pieces and historical artifacts found in the hotel.