Dallas' many neighborhoods and entertainment districts have everything you can imagine for an exciting and diverse visit. From family-friendly offerings and quaint settings to vibrant nightlife and exciting atmospheres, you can do and see it all in Dallas' various neighborhoods and surrounding cities.
Discover Where Dallas Locals Hang
From a night out in Deep Ellum to lunch in Trinity Groves and beyond, there is so much to experience in Dallas, its surrounding cities and the places we call home! You can see and do it all in Dallas' many diverse neighborhoods. Watch what makes just a few of our featured neighborhoods so special.
Explore the heart of Dallas and its everchanging landscape. Here you’ll find new museums, a beautiful arts scene, urban green spaces, fine dining and luxurious shopping.
The dynamic district has more than its fair share of shopping, restaurants and nightlife options. Hop on the free McKinney Avenue Trolley to experience it all.
Find antique shops and upscale art galleries next door to high-end interior design show rooms, as well as a plethora of restaurants and breweries.
The former warehouse district transformed into a nightlife hotspot. The Live music, cool bars and casual eateries that make up this unique neighborhood continues to impress.
Spread over 20 square blocks, the walkable Downtown hub of creativity features art for all the senses with award-winning museums, performing arts venues and plenty of dining options.
Home to Dallas' LGBT community and one of the most gay-friendly neighborhoods in the country, Oak Lawn gives off a trendy vibe with an exciting nightlife scene.
Knox Street to the West, Henderson Avenue to the East – this bustling area is full of some of the city’s hottest eateries and cocktail bars.
Lake and Garden
Defined by its two major namesake features, the district's vast trails and picturesque backgrounds are set for adventures in the fresh air.
Lower Greenville Avenue
The quaint neighborhood is filled with a robust scene of bars and an ever-increasing number of noteworthy restaurants. Enjoy its nightlife scene, always buzzing with activity.
Home to the world's largest collection of art deco exhibit buildings, the 277-acre complex hosts more than 1,300 activities every year, including the State Fair of Texas.
With a growing community of art galleries, restaurants and entertainment, the district is a short walk from the convention center and the perfect spot to enjoy a nice bite and live music.
Found in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Southern Dallas, this neighborhood is one of Dallas’ most unique districts and is home to tons of unique boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and galleries.