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DALLAS WEDDING IN NOVEMBER

November, 2008 in Dallas
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Ceremony: Rosewood Crescent Hotel
Reception: Nasher Sculpture Center

Venues

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Ceremony:

Rosewood Crescent Hotel - Ceremony - 400 Crescent Ct, Dallas, TX, United States

Rosewood Crescent Hotel

400 Crescent Ct
Dallas, TX, United States

Reception:

Nasher Sculpture Center

2001 Flora St
Dallas, TX, United States

Reception:

The Park at Victory Park

Victory Park
Dallas, TX, US

Hotel:

Adolphus Hotel

1321 Commerce St
Dallas, TX, United States

Hotel:

Rosewood Crescent Hotel

400 Crescent Ct
Dallas, TX, United States

Restaurant:

Fearing's Restaurant

2121 Mckinney Ave
Dallas, TX, United States

"Dean Fearing made a name for himself as the chef at the Mansion on Turtle Creek. Now, he has a hip new restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton (2121 McKinney Ave.; 214/922-4848; fearingsrestaurant.com). Ogle bronzed oil execs and huge-haired socialites at the Rattlesnake Bar and book a table in Dean’s Kitchen, the most casual and lively of the five dining rooms."

Restaurant:

La Duni Latin Cafe

4620 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX, United States

"This Latin bakery, known for its divine pastries and cakes, also serves a stellar brunch."

Restaurant:

Nobu Restaurant

400 Crescent Ct
Dallas, TX, United States

"Good people watching at Nobu."

Restaurant:

Porch

2916 N Henderson Ave
Dallas, TX, United States

"A great spot for lunch or a casual dinner. We love the beef chili with Fritos and the brisket sliders."

Restaurant:

Tillman's Roadhouse

324 W 7th St
Dallas, TX, United States

"Faux deer heads share space with Murano chandeliers, plush banquettes, and damask wall panels at Tillman’s Roadhouse (324 W. 7th St.; 214/942-0988; tillmansroadhouse.com) located in the Bishop Arts District. Try the trio of fries and one of bartender Lucy Brennan’s blood-orange margaritas."

Entertainment:

Rattlesnake Bar

2121 Mckinney Ave
Dallas, TX, United States

"The Rattlesnake Bar at the Ritz is one of the area's top bars."

Entertainment:

The Joule

1530 Main St
Dallas, TX, United States

"Charlie Palmer at the Joule is for serious foodies. And, we haven’t checked it out yet, but beneath the Joule Hotel, around the corner from the Adolphus, a new nightclub by Todd Fiscus (of Tillman’s Roadhouse) is scheduled to open this fall."

Entertainment:

Victor Tango's

3001 N Henderson Ave
Dallas, TX, United States

"In the pipeline is a new speakeasy-type bar in the Knox-Henderson area, Victor Tango’s (consilientrestaurants.com)."

Attraction:

Arts District

Arts District, Dallas, TX
TX, US

"This burgeoning downtown area has a number of notable museums, including the DMA and the Nasher Sculpture Center."

Attraction:

Bishop Arts District

Bishop Arts District, Dallas, TX
TX, US

"A haven for independent restaurateurs, small shop owners, and artists."

Attraction:

Fort Worth

Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX, US

"While Fort Worth’s burgeoning art scene has garnered national attention as of late—see the impressive American art collection at the Philip Johnson–designed Amon Carter Museum—there’s a reason the city is still known as Cowtown. Just 30 miles west of Dallas, Fort Worth is the place to pick up handmade boots, sold in the historic Stockyards, at M.L. Leddys. Go for calfskin ($600) if you’re looking for something conservative, blue-and-black ostriches ($1,500) if you’re more rock and roll. Then swagger a few blocks north to the Best Hat Store for the Stetson ($130) you’ve always (secretly) wanted. Backtrack south on Main Street to local celeb-chef Tim Love’s Love Shack for a Dirty Love burger ($4.85)—a perfectly proportioned brisket-and-tenderloin patty, topped with apple-smoked bacon and a fried quail egg. End your Fort Worth wanderings next door at the White Elephant Saloon —you’ll fit right in with your new ten-gallon—before heading back to civilization"

Attraction:

Forty Five Ten Inc

4510 Mckinney Ave
Dallas, TX, United States

"In the Knox-Henderson area, don’t miss Forty Five Ten (4510 McKinney Ave.; 214/559-4510), an 8,000 square foot boutique where Oprah and Laura Bush stock up on Givenchy. There’s a tea/coffee shop here as well."

Attraction:

Highland Park Village

Mockingbird Lane
Preston Road
Highland Park, TX, US

"Located in the posh Park Cities neighborhood, the 76-year-old Highland Park Village (hpvillage.com) is an outdoor shopping mall with glitzy shops galore. Check out Noble Boutique, a more affordable version of its outrageously expensive sister, William Noble Rare Jewels, known for its over-the-top diamonds, estate jewels, and custom-designed pieces. There’s also Carolina Herrera, Harry Winston, and Jimmy Choo."

Attraction:

Katy Trail

Dallas, TX, United States

"Runners should head to this paved path the runs from the American Airlines center in uptown to Park Cities."

Attraction:

Linus Lounge

2724 Routh St
Dallas, TX 75201

"Hidden amid antique shops, bookstores, and bridal boutiques in an Uptown duplex, Linus Lounge (2724 Routh St.; 214/965-0180; linuslounge.com) sells hard-to-find designer footwear. The brainchild of shoe aficionado Kristen Radakovich, who learned the craft at London’s Prescott and Mackay fashion school, the atelier is stocked with Gil Carvalho’s architectural stilettos, boyish boots by Scorah Pattullo, and pretty pumps by Rupert Sanderson, formerly a designer for Sergio Rossi and Bruno Magli. Unless you happen to drop by during Radakovich’s twice-yearly seasonal showcases (typically held in April and October), you’ll need an appointment to shop."

Attraction:

Northpark Center

8687 N Central Expy # 1030
Dallas, TX, United States

"If you only go to one mall in Dallas, opt for North Park Center (8687 N. Central Expy.; 214/363-7441; northparkcenter.com), which has some 200 shops, including Barneys New York, Nieman Marcus, and Nordstrom. An ongoing $235 million expansion has introduced high-end boutiques such as Valentino, Bottega Veneta, and Oscar de la Renta, plus major art acquisitions from Mark di Suvero and Claes Oldenburg that have turned a conventional (if massive) shopping mall into a glittery cultural destination."

Attraction:

Park Cities

Highland Park, TX
Highland Park, TX, US

"If you have a car, take a drive around this posh neighborhood to gape at enormous houses and well-manicured lawns."

Attraction:

Sixth Floor Museum At Dealey

411 Elm St # 120
Dallas, TX, United States

"This is the place where JFK was shot, so if you’re a history buff, you might be interested in checking out the Sixth Floor Museum (www.jfk.org) at Dealey Plaza. Admission is $13.50 for adults, including an audio guide. The museum is within walking distance of the Adolphus, but you’ll want to take a taxi if you’re staying at the Crescent Court."

Attraction:

Victory Park

Victory Park
Dallas, TX, US

"The talk of Uptown is Victory Park, a new residential and retail development that’s part South Beach (blond-streaked valets in blue shorts and white tennies), part Times Square (eleven massive LED billboards). Less flashy is the center’s home-décor boutique Haven (2416 Victory Park Lane; 214/954-1515; haven-dallas.com), where ex–New Yorkers Jon Tutolo and John Bassignani peddle one-of-a-kind and small-production items like Samuel Moyer’s recycled-wood daybed and former model Dayna Decker’s wood wick candles that crackle like a fire when lit. A few doors down, Noka’s (2422 Victory Park Lane; 214/740-9995; nokachocolate.com) single-plantation cacao truffles are only available here and in Tokyo."

Attraction:

White Rock Lake

White Rock Lake
, US

"Sign up for the Dallas Running Club Half-Marathon (www.drchalf.com), which starts at 8:00 am on November 2, 2008 at White Rock Lake."

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