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Go Big and Bold in the Heart of North Texas

While Austin may be Texas’ capital, Dallas encapsulates much of what this great state is all about. Historical sites (in the West End), raucous nightlife (Downtown), upscale shopping (Uptown), art, culture, and cafes (Bishop Arts District) abound in this growing metropolis. More good news: getting here is easier than ever with Surf Air’s regular routes to and from Dallas Love Field Airport.

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Go Big and Bold in the Heart of North Texas

While Austin may be Texas’ capital, Dallas encapsulates much of what this great state is all about. Historical sites (in the West End), raucous nightlife (Downtown), upscale shopping (Uptown), art, culture, and cafes (Bishop Arts District) abound in this growing metropolis. More good news: getting here is easier than ever with Surf Air’s regular routes to and from Dallas Love Field Airport.

STAY

Situated in the heart of Uptown with the spacious 11-acre Crescent Complex, Hotel Crescent Court blends European sophistication and architecture with the southern charm and hospitality of Texas.

Images courtesy of Hotel Crescent Court

EAT

It’s without question that The Big D offers up some of the state’s most renowned BBQ and Tex Mex options, but if you’re craving something a little more unique, head to Matt McCallister’s FT33. McCallister makes a point to source from local farmers and purveyors. The homemade charcuterie board and four-course tasting menu are not to be missed.

Images courtesy of FT33

DRINK

Texans take pride in their beer drinking, and plenty of bars reinforce the past time. The Rustic, owned in part by musician Pat Green, is one of them. Live music, a relaxed vibe, and 40 beers on tap make this a Dallas go-to. Also, the patio, lined with fire pits and picnic tables, is ideal for unwinding.

Images courtesy of The Rustic

DO

Many head to Dallas just for the shopping, but you’d be amiss if you stopped there. The arts district covers a 68-acre territory and includes the Dallas Museum of Art and Symphony Orchestra. The former features over 23,000 works spanning the past 5,000 years.

Images courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art & Symphony Orchestra