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Insider’s Guide: Dallas, Texas

As they say, go big or go home while immersing yourself among this city’s robust cultural and adventure offerings.

Whether you’re desiring buzzy nightlife or down-home family time — or a little of both — Dallas has always been a Texas darlin’. Here’s what to see, taste, and experience when navigating the best of its storied streets.


Café Pacific

A Dallas institution for 40 years-plus, Café Pacific is decidedly unpretentious. This seafood and steak mainstay is lauded for its casual approach to fine-tasting fare.

The Anchor

This sleek sushi bar channels a vintage yacht club with reclaimed wood paneling, port-hole style windows, and artwork featuring iconic moments of sun-kissed luxury.

Anchor Sushi Bar boasts a straight-forward culinary program with an emphasis on fresh
It marries simple, yet elegant, seafood, sushi and steak with a unique selection of cocktails

Mister Charles

Located on Knox Street, this chic Dallas outpost dishes playful takes on Italian and French cuisine, served in a speakeasy-esque ambiance.

The Mansion Restaurant

Located at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, this is Dallas fine dining done right, featuring contemporary American-French cuisine and fresh local ingredients.

Comfortably sophisticated and welcoming, featuring contemporary American cuisine with French touches
Enjoy refined yet approachable menus with bold flavors and a curated wine selection


Christopher Martin Gallery

Located in the heart of Dallas, peruse rotating work by Christopher Martin in addition to such exhibited artists as the “New Wild West Collection” by Steve Wrubel.

Rosewood Mansion x Miron Crosby

Designed in collaboration with Miron Crosby and exclusively for Rosewood Dallas guests, experience a women’s custom boot design and fitting. Crosby took inspiration from the Mansion’s façade, and the women’s Mansion Boot is available at the nearby Miron Crosby boutique via this custom program.

The Mansion Boot celebrates and embodies Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek’s unique heritage and charm
The women’s boot boasts a cascade of the hotel’s signature quatrefoil motif in shades of terracotta and rust, reminiscent of the Mansion’s façade

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

Regarded as one of the finest botanical gardens created (Martha Stewart agrees), this lovely area is ideal for a leisurely weekend stroll with the entire family.


AT&T Stadium

Home of the iconic Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium is the world’s largest domed structure and is not only for football fans. It also offers guided art tours and educational workshops.

Deep Ellum

As the live music capital of North Texas, it’s also been the city’s hub for unpretentious culture and art since 1873. Don’t miss intimate country or rock shows at the Allgood Café or Mama Tried.


The 142-room Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is known for a private residential ambiance, defined by serenity and sophistication. The Manor Suite is light-filled and versatile. Double doors separate the living room from the king bedroom and a guest powder room is located off the foyer. French doors open to one or two petite balconies, and this suite can connect with a Deluxe King Room.

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Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

1 Residence

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek