My family and I refuse to stay in any other hotel in Dallas than the Mansion on Turtle Creek and for a darn good reason!
At one point in time, there stood a privately owned European- inspired mansion n Turtle Creek Boulevard. Unfortunately, the home burnt down in the early 1920s. The family then went on a European vacation where they acquired inspiration and unique pieces to bring back to Dallas to rebuild their home. In 1979, the property was bought and by Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, where they built what is now today the Mansion on Turtle Creek. Continue reading
Vietnamese, Pho Real?
Located right in the heart of University Park, in Preston Center, Miss Chi is what I would call the “Dallas version of Vietnamese food”.
Known as “the chicest place to lunch in Dallas” and it holds up to this claim. The T Room, located in the back of the couture boutique, Forty Five Ten. The T Room is filled with the fabulous women of Highland Park. Louboutins and Birkins put my Cole Haan’s to shame. Continue reading
Driving up to the Beverly Hills Hotel for the first time, all I could think was “I have arrived…”
When my dad and I went to check in, they upgraded us Continue reading
So we all know, Juicing is “the thing” of 2014. Personally, I’d rather eat kale than drink it but clearly, that’s just me. For all of your self-proclaimed “Juicers” out there, listen up! Continue reading
My mom and sister are in Dallas this weekend and when Mom’s in town, this means we’re wining and dining. We have to make our rounds to all out favorite restaurants around Dallas Continue reading
Where to go for a girlfriends birthday? St. Ann’s is the place.
Located in the bustling business district of downtown Dallas, this restaurant is a quaint, charming escape. Whether you go for a business lunch, romantic dinner, weekend brunch or in my case, a birthday, St. Ann’s can be quite the chameleon. In addition to the ambiance, the food was outstanding! … build your own flatbread… yes, please!
St. Ann’s: the overall experience. It’s a MUST!