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Dallas is the ninth largest city in the U.S. and third in Texas.
It is the center of telecommunications, banking, and transportation
industries. In 2011, Dallas was rated as an Alpha- world city. The city
is home to approximately 1.2 million people, and the metropolitan area
of nearly 7 million. For every 100 females age of 18 and over, there
were 100.5 males. Below you will find some appealing ideas for
dating in Dallas.
Dinning and Dating in Dallas
Dallas with more restaurants per capita than NYC, is the perfect
place for dating for any lovers of good food. Many great chefs
struggled for Dallas to make it permanently inscribed in the country's
culinary map. Prior to the arrival of American settlers, Dallas
belonged to the Mexicans. Therefore, not surprisingly, the impact of
Mexican tradition on cuisine served today in the city is apparently
huge. Dallas is famous for barbecue
(Sweet Georgia Brown Bar-B-Que, Mike Anderson's BBQ House,
Lodge), Mexican, and Tex-Mex cuisine
(Lalo's Fine Mexican Cuisine,
Pepe's & Mito's Mexican Café) with its emphasis on
fajitas, chili, and the meat stew. The city is also well known for
frozen margarita. Other food enthusiasts will also find something
inspiring for themselves. It’s worth going out to The French Room, Lucia,
or Fujiyama Sushi & Yakitori Bar.
Arts District, located in the north side of Downtown, is home to
several interesting arts venues which, in our opinion, can be a
perfect idea for an interesting date in Dallas. Every fan of symphonic
music should visit the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, home to the
Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Dallas Symphony Wind. Another attractive
venues are those included in the AT&T Performing Arts
Center: Winspear Opera House, Texas Ballet Theater, Dallas Black
Dance Theatre, and City Performance Hall, to name just a few. Downtown
is also home to some world-class museums. For sure worth visiting are:
Nasher Sculpture Center, The Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection
of Asian Art, and Meadows Museum (in fact located not far north of
Deep Ellum located east Downtown, was jazz and
blues hot spot in 1920s and 1930s, where many well-known artists such
as Blind Lemon Jefferson, Huddie "Lead Belly" Ledbetter, and Robert
Johnson performed. Today it is one of main arts and entertainment
venues. It is home to artists who live in lofts and operate in studios
throughout the district.
Dallas is certainly one of the most cosmopolitan places throughout
the United States, with many options for a great date. The variety of
clubs will satisfy even the most demanding daters. There are both
large and loud such as Plush,
Station 4, Teddy's Room and multi-level clubs (for
example Zouk) that often host great rock bands and great
DJs. Those who prefer a moment of relaxation having a drink to
nightlife in loud clubs, will not have any problem finding a place for
their dream date, because the city has an impressive bar scene. Many
of them serve also delicious cuisine. These venues will
include The Flying Saucer,
Crú – A Wine Bar,
and Primo's. If you would like to spend time in a more
cozy atmosphere, away from the noisy pubs and clubs, you can choose a
date at Rattlesnake Bar
or Dragonfly At Hotel Zaza.