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Hotels in Dallas/Ft. Worth
This 101-room hotel is ideally located in walking distance of the stockyards; thanks to 42-inch flatscreens and separate seating areas, guest quarters are ideal for families. On sunny days, take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool.
Restaurants in Dallas/Ft. Worth
Dallas veteran and Top Chef contestant John Tesar opened this seafood restaurant to rave reviews. Crisp, clean interiors let artful plates—fluke sashimi with blood orange and fennel; king crab garden salad—take center stage.
Things to do in Dallas/Ft. Worth
Since 1866, ranchers have sold and traded cattle at this market; sales reached their peak in 1944 when the stockyards processed 5,277,496 heads. While regular auctions have long since ceased, the historic district still hosts a daily cattle drive and weekend rodeos.