We are located in the Design District of Dallas. Formerly a warehouse district, it is now known for its interior design showrooms and art galleries, from which it gets its name. In recent years, it has also become known for its fine dining establishments and upscale apartments. A constant stream of new restaurants, cafes, and pubs– is cementing the Design District's status as one of the city's hottest dining destinations. We are located less than 2 miles from the heart of downtown.
In addition to restaurants and retail, Trinity Groves features a microbrewery and a culinary events center. We also host many exciting events such as art and theater shows, live musical performances and chef cook-off competitions.
Victory Park features some of the most unique dining experiences in the city for weekday breakfast, lunch, weekend brunch, and dinner. Seasonal, signature dishes created by highly revered chefs and restaurateurs are complemented by an array of premium coffees, teas, and cocktails. State-of-the-art valet and sophisticated parking systems assure our guests can easily access and navigate Victory Park for an evening or afternoon in Dallas’ leading leisure destination.
Deep Ellum is the live music capital of North Texas as well as a hub
for the performing arts from theater to comedy. Every night of the week presents an opportunity to experience local music, performances, art shows, and more! Learn more about all that is happening in Deep Ellum.
Downtown Dallas is a continuously growing area with a beautiful arts scene, urban green spaces, fine dining and luxurious shopping. See the hustle and bustle of professionals by day, and experience nightlife and entertainment after dark.
Uptown is known for its eclectic bar and restaurant scene, including lively sports bars, posh global bistros and hip cocktail lounges. The action centers on McKinney Avenue, where a free vintage trolley trundles past boutiques selling high-end fashion and chic western wear. Attracting joggers and cyclists, the Katy Trail skirts Turtle Creek, passing parks, beer gardens and the cool Museum of Geometric and MADI Art.
The hip Bishop Arts District is known for its diverse nightlife, chic independent fashion stores and colorful street art. Dining choices range from Texas-style BBQ to Vietnamese pho, while relaxed bars pour everything from cocktails to house-brewed cider. Cult movies are the draw at the Texas Theatre, while the art deco Kessler Theater presents live music by local and national bands.