if you're looking for a biz hotel in popular north dallas that
won't put a dent in your expense account, look no further than this
plain-jane but newly renovated property. bonus: it's within walking
distance of more than two dozen restaurants.
cooper guest lodge hotel spa & conference center
the 62 rooms here are situ-
ated on 30 parklike acres complete with jogging trails and duck
ponds. even better is the fact that you get
access to one of the nation's top health facilities.
the stoneleigh hotel
built in 1923, this cozy dallas hotel oozes old-world charm in an
abacus is where dallasites go when they want to see and be seen.
but it's the unmatched service and chef kent rathbun's eclectic
cuisine (we guess you could call it asian with mediterranean,
cajun, southwestern, and american influences) that keep them coming
la duni latin café
at this latin american outpost, we recommend you start with a
refreshing margarinha (a tasty twist on the margarita), then savor
an entree such as tender picanha steak accentuated by chimichurri
mojo salsas. but the sin qua non is the cuatro leches cake. you've
never tasted anything so rich and so wonderful.
if you're counting calories, don't even drive down the 1800 block
of eighth avenue in south fort worth, because the smell of massey's
huge chicken-fried steaks, homemade pies, and other
finger-lickin'-good offerings will prove much too tempting.
for the obligatory tex-mex fix, not