The DFW area is known for a lot of great beer selections and a lot of great patio areas. What is better than combining the two and enjoying local beer gardens?
It is often difficult to find get everybody to want to drop their electronic gadgets for a family outing that will not cost a fortune. Going to a museum in DFW is often inexpensive or free, provides the entire family with new information, and there are many hands-on activities that make it impossible to text and learn at the same time. These are some of the top museum exhibits for the entire family to enjoy.
Texas is known for their delicious Tex-Mex, and few things are better to wash it down with than a yummy margarita. Whether you like it frozen or on the rocks, flavored or traditional, with salt or without, you can find it here in DFW. Of course, not all margaritas are created equal. These are the top 5 places to find the best margaritas in DFW.
Cinco de Mayo is usually celebrated with delicious Mexican food, margaritas and music. These are some of the best bars in town to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Child care is one of the biggest reasons for parents to not find time to get a good workout. Luckily, there are many gyms in the area that provide professional child care.
These are some of the best place to go to celebrate the end of Tax Day, because they offer an upscale environment for you to enjoy craft beers, fancy wines or craft cocktails.
The DFW area is known for a variety of great bars that cater to many different groups. What you may not know is that there is also a great group of bars that cater to gay and lesbian patrons. With bars that cater to the leather community, honkey-tonk lovers, and many more, there is sure to be a great option for almost everyone. The bars also feature many events and specials and often hold charity events to give back to the community that helps support them.
When the weather is bad, most people just want to stay indoors. However, the cabin fever may start to set in at some point, and you might want to head outside.
There are plenty of sports bars around DFW, but only a select few are near the ballpark and allow to you enjoy Opening Day with cold beers, good food and big screens.
These are some of the best places to go for some Irish food, Irish whiskey and green beer, as well as some live music and fun for St. Patrick’s Day.
You don’t have to head to New Orleans in order to be able to enjoy Mardi Gras celebrations. These are some of the best Mardi Gras events happening in the DFW area.
While stores are stocking up on chocolates and flowers, and your coupled friends are making plans with their better half, you might be feeling a little left out if you’re single.