Known as the heart of Texas and a city that goes big.

Welcome to Dallas

The classic heart of Texas with new, international charm
Dallas may be known as the heart of Texas and a city that goes big, but it’s also a growing metropolis with dozens of culturally-infused neighborhoods. At its core, Dallas is a place filled with museums, galleries, restaurants, and park spaces inviting residents to get out and enjoy their city. Though the summers are warm in Dallas, the winters are mild, making it a top location for Northerners to relocate. With a stunning skyline, lively energy, as well as a strong food and nightlife scene, Dallas is a great place to consider calling home.

What to Love

Local Lifestyle

Dallas is a mix of residential, commercial, and renter-friendly locations with a thriving downtown and a strong community spirit. A blend of green space and urban amenities makes the city the perfect place to raise a family or relocate. Locals love the warm year-round weather, variety of multicultural eateries, and array of fun things to do on the weekends.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Dallas is known for going big, and its selection of restaurants, entertainment venues, and shops is no exception. A Dallas favorite with New American cuisine is Petra and the Beast, on N. Haskell Avenue. It’s an eatery with a unique menu and a strong fan base of Dallas locals. Order their charcuterie board to start and follow it up with the toasted rye tagliatelle or a plate from their snack menu. When you want the best steak in the city, swing by Town Hearth on Market Center Blvd. Choose from their raw bar, seafood menu, or a selection of wet and dry-aged cuts. On Royal Lane, Koryo Korean BBQ brings strong, satisfying flavors to their LA Galbi Short Ribs and classic Bibimbap.

At the Dallas House of Blues, you can grab a Southern-inspired dessert or a drink while you take in a live concert. If you’re looking for something with a bit more Dallas charm, try Adair’s Saloon. With a food and drink menu, as well as a full calendar of live music events, Adair’s Saloon is a great place to unwind with friends on the weekend. Live theater performances are also available at multiple venues around Dallas, including the Kessler Theater, Bishop Arts Theater Center, and the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

The best shopping in Dallas is found at the NorthPark Center, off the N. Central Expressway. A stunning retail collection awaits with luxury shops like Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, and Louis Vuitton. With over 200 stores to choose from, guests at NorthPark can find whatever they need.

Things to Do

Dallas has no shortage of fun things to do, whether you’re looking for an active outdoor lifestyle or prefer visiting museums and galleries. Klyde Warren Park has over five acres of open space in the heart of downtown Dallas. From there, you can walk three minutes to get to the Dallas Museum of Art or take a trip to the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. The American Airlines Center is the city’s sports and entertainment arena where locals can catch a Maverick’s basketball game or a concert by artists like Journey or John Mayer. For a romantic date night overlooking Dallas, residents enjoy the viewing deck of the Reunion Tower, a 561-foot observation tower.


Dallas is served by the Dallas Independent School District.


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