DFW Hidden Hot Spots
30 Aug 2019
The weather is changing for the better and it’s the perfect time to get outside to experience the best Dallas/Ft Worth entertainment hot spots. From the brick-paved roads of the Stockyards to rocking out at a concert at the Toyota Music Factory, you will always have something to do. Check out one of these local hot spots with your group of friends or as a date night for a time that will not let you down.
Located in the middle of downtown Fort Worth, Sundance Square is a 35-block entertainment district that visitors from all over the country come to each weekend for decades. Named after Sundance Kid, the partner of the famous Butch Cassidy, features beautiful fountains, restaurants, and nightlife like any other.
Catch a Game at Globe Life Park in Arlington
This is the last season that the Texas Rangers will play at the Globe Life Park in Arlington and the season is almost over! Once you’re at the ballpark, it will be a night that the whole family will remember. While you’re watching baseball, make sure you try all of the crazy food options that they offer!
Explore The Star in Frisco
Even if you aren’t a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, visiting The Star in Frisco is something you do not want to miss out on. You can tour this state-of-the-art training facility where America’s Team practices for their game days. After the tour, have a relaxing night out in the entertainment district just a few steps away for some of the best food and shopping in Frisco.
Concerts Are the Best at Toyota Music Factory
Finding a concert venue is not that hard to do in the Dallas/Fort Worth, but if you are wanting a concert like any other, the place to be the Toyota Music Factory. In the heart of the DFW Metroplex, Toyota Music Factory makes concert nights a breeze by having restaurants, bars, and the venue all in one place.
Dallas/Fort Worth is packed with events and nightlife, so choosing a Crescent Estates home in the middle of everything is the best of both worlds. For more lifestyle and house tips, check out our blog!
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