I’m breaking down the best sushi restaurants in Dallas, where to order from, whether they have pick-up or delivery, and through which apps, and finally, my favorite dishes to order.
Fort Worth, TX: 50 mins-1.5 hours In just under an hour you can find yourself in a completely different world!…
This post is dedicated to all of the great cocktail bars I’ve come across in Dallas. Some feature unique infusions, some have amazing views, and others have perfected the classics. These are all worth a visit, maybe just not all at once!
In my perfect world, I could easily bring my dogs everywhere with me. We’re lucky to live in one of the most dog-friendly cities in the US. Meaning, there are a ton of great dog-friendly patios in Dallas!
There are plenty of reasons to celebrate the 4th of July! Aside from the obvious, Independence from Great Britain. The…
I’ve done thorough research and found all the best rooftop bars in Dallas. Of course, as usual, I personally vouch for each of my recommendations and had to stop by all of these rooftop bars to make sure they were worthy of the list. It’s tough work, but someone has to do it 🙂
I’m back after a short break to travel last week! I can’t wait to tell you all about my trip to NYC! This week I’ve got a lot of events to tell you about that are coming up!
Last week I was given the opportunity to do a little staycation with some blogger friends at a new Dallas boutique hotel called Chijmes (pronounced chimes, as in wind chimes). I went in expecting a quiet night, movie, and early bedtime, but I left with so much more appreciation for boutique hotels, my own travel experiences, and a full and happy heart.
Dallas has many different neighborhoods each one more different from the last. One known for the strange mix of street art, it’s grungy look, craft cocktails and brunch spots with a downtown view, is Deep Ellum.
This post, Where to Stay in Houston: Hotel Alessandra was sponsored by Hotel Alessandra via a comped room. All opinions…
Last month Kale and I met my parents in San Antonio. We drove down on a Friday and had the best weekend in the little city. I loved the historic look and feel. It’s so nice to see the preserved character and history of it all! Keep reading to see how to spend a weekend in San Antonio like we did!
I love a fun road trip. You go cool places, see fun things along the way, avoid airport craziness, and there is always snacks, shopping, and plenty of stops along the way. They are even better when you have an awesome car to drive! I borrowed a Toyota Highlander for my most recent Texas road trip where Kale and I traveled in the Toyota Highlander from Dallas to San Antonio.