G's Guide to Dallas

We love visiting Dallas, Texas, and we were so grateful for the opportunity to open a store there at West Village. We reached out to our friend, local Courtney Kerr to find out what to do, eat and see in Dallas while on a recent visit. Read on for her amazing tips below.

Places to Eat:

The Rustic: There's live music here seven nights a week!

Joe Leo Tex Mex: Enjoy good vibes on their terrace and great tacos.

Honor Bar: They have a great wine selection.

Il Bracco: Italian. Enough said!

Javier’s: Another fun, vibey spot with great tex-mex.

Al Biernat's: For the meat-lovers...an incredible steak house.

Carbone: Michelin-starred Italian-American. So good.

Le Bilboquet: Beautiful french food.

Things to Do:

The Rustic: Head there to grab a drink and enjoy live music in the backyard! This is the only place in Dallas with live music seven nights a week.

Go for a walk on the Katy Trail with your four legged friend. Or take them to Mutts Canine Cantina where your pup can run free while you sip a margarita--so fun.

Sip martinis at our favorite spot, the location where our “martini Monday” tradition began, the bar at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek.

Put on your cutest blue outfit and cheer on the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium.

Go shopping--of course. We love West Village, Knox Henderson, Highland Park Village, and NorthPark Center.

A fun activity: enjoy dinner and bowling at Bowl & Barrel! It's the only bowling alley in Dallas with your dinner table at the end of your lane.

For the history lovers, the JFK Museum is pretty remarkable, as it documents his last moments in Dallas prior to his death.