Experience Dallas like The Bachelorette

All the spots Dallas-native Rachel Lindsay visited during her hometown visit

Posted on Jul 25, 2017 By Diana Alvarez

Do you find yourself glued to your couch Monday nights, watching the latest rose ceremonies, one-on-one dates and contestant drama on this season of The Bachelorette? Same. And since this season features one of Dallas' very own, we're recreating Rachel's dates!

 

Date No. 1: Sweet as Sugar Boutique
West Village

Hop on the McKinney Avenue Trolley to West Village for a Saturday afternoon shopping trip. Rachel and Peter visit Sweet as Sugar Boutique, a popular children's store with a collection of sassy onesies and trendy tees.

 

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Your next stop should be: The Rustic 

If shopping afternoon worked up your appetite, then grab a seat on the patio at The Rustic; a huge outdoor music venue and restaurant that's a top spot in Uptown. Order a pint of one of their fan favorites like Local Buzz by Four Corner Brewery in Trinity Groves. Snack on a bowl of the double queso, a hearty serving of both cold pimento cheese dip and a creamy chipotle garlic queso, perfect for sharing with your date.

 

 

Date No. 2: Reunion Tower GeO-Deck
Downtown

Not many things can top panoramic views of a city's skyline, and Rachel showed Eric the best way to experience Dallas at the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck. And as if those spectacular views weren't enough, Reunion Tower GeO-Deck gets better every time you go. Their latest experience, Constellation, allows you to write your love in the stars with a personalized design based on each of your visits. Over time, your visits (marked with a single star) create a glowing constellation.

 

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Your next stop should be: Trinity Groves  

Go for elevated Mexican cuisine at Beto & Son or BBQ delight at Babb Brothers. If vegan is your scene, V-Eats is your place: the recently opened restaurant focuses on plant-based dishes that will curb your appetite. Top off dinner with dessert at Cake Bar and then enjoy a romantic walk on the Ron Kirk Pedestrian Bridge.

 

 

Date No. 3: HG SPLY CO
Lower Greenville

Brunch is a big deal in Dallas and HG SPLY CO has to be on your list during your visit, just like it was for Rachel and Bryan. Ask for a table on the rooftop and experience another picturesque view of Downtown while sipping on mimosas.

 

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Your next stop should be: Bullzerk

Get matching tees with quirky sayings that show off that Dallas spunk. They also offer a distinct collection of art by artists from around the country.

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