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Boots ArE
WorKs oF Art
pleasing to the eye as they are to the palate,
and the desserts are sublime. Home cooking
with contemporary fi nesse is the hallmark
of Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse in the Historic
West End while, in Uptown, Matitto’s
mouth-watering selections defi ne the
region’s casual Tex-Mex style.
Fort Worth institution Joe T. Garcia’s
Just booti-ful –
only has two menu items, enchiladas and
the custom style of
fajitas, but they do them to perfection.
ML Leddy’s
Sit outside with a margarita for the full
Gallop down to
Seek out designated refund
The Stockyards for
locations inside DFW
true local apparel
International Airport Terminal
D, at NorthPark Center or
Highland Park Village shopping
centres to recoup your Texas
sales tax. You can also complete
your refund online by visiting
experience. Then, it doesn’t get more down-
home than at local favourite Kincaid’s,
and you won’t fi nd a better, messier burger
Outlets in the suburb of Allen, has 100 anywhere!
shops, including the unmissable Neiman Can’t get enough Tex-Mex? Sleek,
Marcus Last Call clearance centre. Then get modern Mi Cocina, dishes up authentic
a true feel for Texas at The Stockyards, Mexican cuisine with an emphasis on quality
where cowboy fashion comes in two in 15 locations. Or try Sundance Square’s
fl avours: rustic and chic. ML Leddy’s custom upscale Reata, which epitomises the
boots are hand-tooled works of art; The welcoming sprit of Fort Worth through its
Maverick carries top-quality Western wear; South-West fl avours and casually elegant
and classic style can be found at Fincher’s. Western ambience.
Additionally, Stockyards Station offers a
wide range of art and gift ideas.
Dining out represents an adventure
of surprising sophistication and good ol’ W
hen it comes to nightlife,
you can’t visit D/FW and
not get with the Cowboy
South-West hospitality hereabouts. It’s hard beat. ‘The party never stops’ at Gilley’s
to go wrong, but a sampling of the following Dallas, just south of the downtown area,
will give your tastebuds a thorough workout. with line-dancing and live concerts on select
Downtown Dallas maintains its fl air for weekends. In Fort Worth, you shouldn’t miss
distinction at stylish TexAsian Fuse, where the unique style of Billy Bob’s Texas, The
Saloon style –
Executive Chef Robbie Lewis has mastered World’s Largest Honky Tonk. Weekends
at the Y.O. Ranch the art of elegant simplicity. Celebrity Chef include Live Pro Bull Riding and concerts
Stephan Pyles’ namesake restaurant in with Country music’s biggest names.
the Arts District prepares gourmet dishes as But you can also fi nd plenty of
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