The holidays have commenced and if you’re like me, you’ll be running around from fête to fête and somewhere in between trying to finish shopping, do some baking and check off your list – twice. During all this craziness, let your hair down so someone else can put it back in place.
Dallas’ restaurant scene may constantly be evolving, but we love our staples and knowing that one place will always hit the mark. Tonight one of those staples, Steel Restaurant and Lounge, is celebrating 15 years with a throwback tradition of free sushi from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
You could spend many days in New York and still not do it all, but with two nights and one short day, there was a lot to do and very little time. I strategically made the most of it and covered a lot of ground in Manhattan.
There are hundreds of things to do in San Francisco and on a recent brief trip I was forced to narrow down to a few choices. Most importantly, I wanted to balance top things to see and do (tourist stops) with a feel for what the locals do.
Greenville Avenue is bursting with tasty food, boozy hideouts and venturing into more retail space, but Plum Yoga is adding a bit of blissful wellness to the mix.
It’s not just a boys’ club any more. Trunk Club, known for it’s tailored client services for men’s fashion, is expanding to include women’s styling.
Go spend some time getting to know Capitol Hill in Seattle. The food, nightlife and people are incredible.
Pike’s Place Market is just the beginning of Seattle, with local vendors, tastes and sights.