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Dallas Uptown: Foodie Walk

1. Dallas Uptown: Foodie Walk

Start your Uptown Foodie Walk with an insider’s view into Dallas’ trendy West Village, a walk-able urban living, dining and shopping district in the heart of affluent Uptown. Explore Dallas off the beaten path with neighborhood cultural attractions best experienced on foot. Considered the most pedestrian friendly neighborhood in Dallas, Uptown is just one mile north of downtown Dallas, minutes from most hotels and convention center. Experience food tastings, that cover a broad range of flavors including Hispanic, Mediterranean, French, and Southern dishes.  Specific attractions are subject to change depending upon schedule and availability. After the tour, people often choose to ride the free McKinney Avenue Trolley to the new Klyde Warren Park in the Dallas Arts District or stay and explore West Village’s one of a kind shops and boutiques.

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Dallas JFK and West Village Restaurant Walking Tour

2. Dallas JFK and West Village Restaurant Walking Tour

This tour begins in the historic west end where your expert guide will escort you on Dallas’ only walking tour of the JFK experience. The year 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination and these historic sites are best explored by foot. Take a moment to reflect at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza. Stand at the grassy knoll assassination site where you will see the X’s on Elm Street that mark where the two shots were fired. Look up at the infamous sniper’s perch window. After this 45-minute excursion there is a short 10-minute, glass-enclosed light train ride (fare included). After you've worked up an appetite with the local historian it’s time to begin your food journey on a fully-narrated West Village restaurant tour, which features sit-down restaurant tastings from casual local eateries, and a dessert tasting along with an insider’s view into Dallas’ trendy West Village.

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Dallas: Tex-Mex Food and Culture Walking Tour

3. Dallas: Tex-Mex Food and Culture Walking Tour

Visit the best Tex-Mex food establishments in the West End Historic District of Dallas on a guided food tour. Sample traditional food recommended by locals. Meet your guide in Downtown Dallas. Hand over the cash for the food so they can pay for the entire group at each of the stops, minimizing wait time and ensuring you get more for your money. Sample the best Tex-Mex in Dallas at four stops. Find out about the history of the city and learn about Texas' unique food culture as you walk along the tree-lined streets between the restaurants. Stop at Kokopelli Sweets for Chipotle sorbet or Mexican hot chocolate. Visit RJ Mexican Cuisine for tacos, enchiladas, and carnitas. Then, try deep-fried grits at Ellen's before you last stop at Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse for their famous Chuckwagon Chili. Leave your guide with a full belly and knowledge of the best places to eat during your stay in Dallas.

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Premium Lounge Entry

4. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Premium Lounge Entry

Enjoy entry to the Plaza Premium Lounge at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Relax in comfort as you wait for your domestic departure or connecting flight. Located in Terminal E, 2 minutes from the Skylink train to other terminals, the lounge features an array of services and facilities. This luxury experience is perfect for both leisure and business travelers. Benefit from unlimited Wi-Fi, charging stations, and TV channels showing sports and news. Sit back in the comfortable seating area, savor a selection of freshly-made food, and enjoy a drink at the Aerobar.

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Dallas: West Village Happy Hour Restaurant Crawl

5. Dallas: West Village Happy Hour Restaurant Crawl

Experience the West Village's excellent restaurants during the best part of the day to eat and drink: happy hour. Visit four great establishments in the company of your guide. Enjoy big portions and discounted drinks as you crawl around Dallas's Weset Village. Meet your guide, hand over $30, and they will take care of the rest. Start at The Rustic. This laid-back kitchen and bar specializes in locally sourced drinks and food. Try their hearty Cactus Fries and Wild Boar meatballs, but don’t fill up because this is just your first stop. Next up, head to Grimaldi’s Pizza offers authentic coal fired New York style pizza made with NYC water. move onto SkinnyFATS. Indulge in their vegan-friendly spinach and corn risotto balls with pesto aioli and greens dressed in tomato oil. Yum! End with something sweet at Pop Factory for some handmade, all natural Mexican-style paletas. Learn how these fruit bars are different from run-of-the-mill popsicles. If you’re stumped on which flavor to choose, try one that’s liquor-infused. After all, it’s happy hour!

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What people are saying about Dallas

Very tasty and varied

There's plenty to eat and great restaurants in Uptown Dallas. Very nice group and friendly guide. Therefore: a clear recommendation Note: The voucher only had 'Uptown Dallas' as the meeting point. The red pin on the card clearly indicated the Magnolia cinema. The meeting point is not there, however, but in the Rusty restaurant, directly at the tram station.

Our guide Jim was absolutely excellent

However I had a very difficult time with the directions that getyourguide gave me I wish I had booked directly through food tours of America. The folks that booked with them had the address where to meet to start the tour but getyourguide did not give me the address!

Cool activity! We really enjoyed the tour and walking around. Jim was a great guide with many insights about Dallas. Only one remark: would be great to taste Moroccan Tea in a Moroccan restaurant as well, not only the food.

Great experience, incredible food, and fun to see beautiful downtown Dallas. Only suggestion is be more specific about where to meet. West Village is very vague. I had to call to find out exactly where to meet.