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  • Avalon Salon

    3699 McKinney Ave. Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-969-1901

    Avalon Salon first opened its doors to Dallas patrons on February 22, 1990 in Snider Plaza, a Highland Park retail center adjacent to the SMU law school. This Aveda Concept Salon was co-founded by business partners and close friends, Ric Bowden and Lawrence Bonanno. To create the Avalon culture, they cultivated an atmosphere based on job security by establishing multiple educational programs, opportunities for advancement and a “people first” environment. To this day, these are still the core values that drive our thriving business.
    15 articles
  • Blue Mesa Grill

    7700 W. Northwest Highway Park Cities

    214-378-8686

    The meal to have at this area favorite is the Mexican breakfast buffet. Families in their post-church Sunday best line up for the omelet bar, and Tex-Mex offerings such as the chicken and mushroom enchiladas with chipotle cream sauce and waffles. The rest of the menu, with as many ingredients locally sourced as possible, is marked by higher-end Mexican and Tex-Mex specialties such as slow-roasted natural chicken with caramelized honey-ancho glaze and the blue-corn-crusted mahi mahi with roasted poblano aioli. Of course, tacos make an appearance, but we're talking beef tenderloin tacos here. The décor follows suit with clean and colorful appointments. Reservations are most definitely recommended.
    3 articles
  • Chamberlain Studios of Self Defense

    2739 Bachman Dr. Northwest Dallas

    214-351-5367

    Chamberlain Studios offers training for Men, Women and Children in Martial Arts, Self Defense and Fitness.
    1 article
  • Chocolate Secrets

    3926 Oak Lawn Ave. Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-252-9801

    4 articles
  • Dallas Yoga Center

    4525 Lemmon Ave. Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-443-9642

    60 classes per week by both Iyengar and Ashtanga certified teachers, includes beginner, advanced and prenatal workshops.
    3 articles
  • Doubletree Hotel Dallas-Campbell Centre

    8250 N. Central Expressway East Dallas & Lakewood

    214-691-8700

    2 articles
  • The Dream Cafe

    5100 Beltline Rd. North Dallas

    972-503-7326

    Eats from across the globe converge at this anything-but-greasy-spoon diner that has served customers for more than 17 years. Great place for a weekday breakfast or a weekend brunch, with their Cloud Cakes and whole wheat pancakes or a variety of Tex Mex-style egg dishes such as migas and Austin tacos. Enjoy a mocha latte while taking advantage of free Wi-Fi in a purple booth. If you're still there for lunch, order the shrimp tacos or pasta pignoli with Dallas mozzarella or the Santa Fe salad with grilled chicken, avocados, cherry tomatoes and goat cheese. For the peace-love-and-brown-rice set there's organic black beans and brown rice, the main part of the Global Dinner. For those with tots, there is an outdoor jungle gym and a lovely patio, though a condo development has seriously cut into what was once an outdoor playground for kids and adults alike.
    4 articles
  • Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas

    4150 N. MacArthur Blvd. Irving/Las Colinas

    972-717-0700

    2 articles
  • FreshMarket

    6300 Harry Hines Blvd. #130 Park Cities

    214-352-2296

    Fresh Market is located in Dallas and has been in business for over 25 years. We pride ourselves in the food we cook, which leaves everyone more than satisfied. Our hotline menu changes daily, providing a variety of foods from different ethnic cultures and backgrounds (including American, Italian, Asian, Mexican, and seafood), so please be sure to check the website every day for a different selection of food served that day.
  • Hank's Texas Grill

    1310 N. Central Expressway Allen/McKinney

    972-542-5144

  • Hotel Crescent Court

    400 Crescent Court Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-871-3200

    6 articles
  • Hotel Zaza

    2332 Leonard St Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-468-8399

    5 articles
  • Hyatt Regency Dallas - Reunion

    300 Reunion Blvd. Downtown/Deep Ellum

    214-651-1234

    9 articles
  • India Chaat Cafe

    18101 Preston Rd. Richardson & Vicinity

    972-381-0003

    This versatile North Dallas eatery seemingly does it all, from killer chaat — street snacks — to Desi-style pizzas topped with curry spices and paneer. The chaat is some of the area’s best, and probably the finest within Dallas city limits, but it’s the crisp-bottomed, warmly spiced pizza that has won our hearts and occasionally sends our minds wondering why this inspired fusion of cultures isn’t served at more local restaurants.
    4 articles
  • Johnny Rodriguez Salon

    5403 W. Lovers Lane, Ste. 229 Park Cities

    214-987-1919

    4 articles
  • Lone Star Cafe and Club

    11277 E. NW Highway, Ste. 124 Northeast Dallas

    214-341-3538

  • North Haven Gardens

    7700 Northaven Rd. North Dallas

    214-363-5316

    1 event 9 articles
  • Omni Dallas Hotel

    555 S. Lamar St. Downtown/Deep Ellum

    214-744-6664

    11 articles
  • Picasso's

    18160 Dallas Parkway Carrollton/Farmers Branch

    972-248-0011

  • Razzoo's Cajun Cafe

    3270 S. Central Expressway, Mc Kinney Allen/McKinney

    469-547-6130

    We look at it as the poor man's Pappadeaux, with humbler aspirations and much humbler prices. Funny thing is, the more we go there, the more we like it; it's gotten to the point where we'd rather sit at a tin-topped table at Razzoo's than wait in line at Pappadeaux. The blackened tilapia fillet, for example, rings in at barely over $10, and it was moist, tasty, and fresh in a meuniere sauce, accompanied by dirty rice and broccoli. Other stuff by this locally based chain is even cheaper. We ordered the spicy chicken tenders for the small child but ended up eating most of them ourselves; we also enjoyed an excellent side order of rich red beans and rice. For dessert, don't miss the exceptional bread pudding.
    1 article
  • Razzoo's Cajun Cafe (Uptown Village at Cedar Hill)

    305 W. Farm to Market Road 1382 Cedar Hill

    972-291-0606

    We look at it as the poor man's Pappadeaux, with humbler aspirations and much humbler prices. Funny thing is, the more we go there, the more we like it; it's gotten to the point where we'd rather sit at a tin-topped table at Razzoo's than wait in line at Pappadeaux. The blackened tilapia fillet, for example, rings in at barely over $10, and it was moist, tasty, and fresh in a meuniere sauce, accompanied by dirty rice and broccoli. Other stuff by this locally based chain is even cheaper. We ordered the spicy chicken tenders for the small child but ended up eating most of them ourselves; we also enjoyed an excellent side order of rich red beans and rice. For dessert, don't miss the exceptional bread pudding.
    1 article
  • Razzoo's Cajun Cafe (Firewheel Town Center)

    310 Coneflower Dr. Garland & Vicinity

    214-427-8215

    We look at it as the poor man's Pappadeaux, with humbler aspirations and much humbler prices. Funny thing is, the more we go there, the more we like it; it's gotten to the point where we'd rather sit at a tin-topped table at Razzoo's than wait in line at Pappadeaux. The blackened tilapia fillet, for example, rings in at barely over $10, and it was moist, tasty, and fresh in a meuniere sauce, accompanied by dirty rice and broccoli. Other stuff by this locally based chain is even cheaper. We ordered the spicy chicken tenders for the small child but ended up eating most of them ourselves; we also enjoyed an excellent side order of rich red beans and rice. For dessert, don't miss the exceptional bread pudding.
    1 article
  • Razzoo's Cajun Cafe

    1990 S. Stemmons Freeway Lewisville

    972-316-0326

    We look at it as the poor man's Pappadeaux, with humbler aspirations and much humbler prices. Funny thing is, the more we go there, the more we like it; it's gotten to the point where we'd rather sit at a tin-topped table at Razzoo's than wait in line at Pappadeaux. The blackened tilapia fillet, for example, rings in at barely over $10, and it was moist, tasty, and fresh in a meuniere sauce, accompanied by dirty rice and broccoli. Other stuff by this locally based chain is even cheaper. We ordered the spicy chicken tenders for the small child but ended up eating most of them ourselves; we also enjoyed an excellent side order of rich red beans and rice. For dessert, don't miss the exceptional bread pudding.
    1 article
  • Richardson Bike Mart

    1451 W. Campbell Rd. Richardson & Vicinity

    972-231-3993

    14 articles
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

    2121 McKinney Ave. Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-922-0200

    4 articles
  • Salon Pompeo

    3227 McKinney Ave. Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-979-0440

    1 article
  • Sephora

    8687 N. Central Expressway Park Cities

    214-378-8177

    4 articles
  • Society Bakery

    3610 Greenville Ave. East Dallas & Lakewood

    214-827-1411

    5 articles
  • Sweet 200

    738 W. Davis St. Oak Cliff/South Dallas

    214-941-3300

    1 article
  • TailWaters Fly Fishing

    2416 McKinney Ave. Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-219-2500

    1 article
  • Total Air & Heat Co.

    1408 Ave. O, Ste. 100 Plano

    972-881-0020

    1 article
  • W Dallas Victory

    2440 Victory Park Lane Uptown/Oak Lawn

    214-397-4100

    2 articles
  • 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse

    18010 Dallas Parkway North Dallas

    469-779-7012