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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, Pecan Lodge), Mexican, and Tex-Mex cuisine (Lalo's Fine Mexican Cuisine, Mesa, Pepe's & Mito's Mexican Café) with its emphasis on fajitas, chili, and the meat stew. 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.
The 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. 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 Downtown).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.