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  • Club De Ville

    Club De Ville is one of the oldest music venues in Austin, and is a mainstay of the Texas capital's Red River District. While it has a small indoor... More
  • Concerts in the Park

    Set up a picnic blanket for complimentary music performances, ranging from country music bands to sing-a-longs, on Sunday nights (late spring throu... More
  • Continental Club, Austin

    Music strikes a note in Austin, known as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” so dance your way to this bar for blues, country rock, and rockabil... More
  • Continental Club, Houston

    The Houston outpost of the Austin music-and-dance club had a rocking opening in 2000, and the tin-ceilinged joint hasn't quieted down since. Expect... More
  • Cooper Wellness Program

    Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, who pioneered preventive medicine and literally coined the term "aerobics," created the home base for his Wellness Program i... More
  • Crider's

  • Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

  • Dali Wine Bar & Restaurant

    Instead of loading up on multiple vintages of classified-growth Bordeaux and Napa Valley trophy wines, the adventurous wine director here features ... More
  • Dallas Museum of Art

    Though the Dallas Museum of Art was established in 1903, the massive 370,000-square-foot location designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes and positioned... More
  • Deutsch Apple

  • Downing Street Pub

    With its dark wood tables, large leather sofas and 400-square-foot humidor, Downing Street Pub certainly exudes masculinity. That's not to say wome... More
  • Driving Tour of Old Victoria

    Victoria is full of historic homes and buildings that have been lauded with historic markers. See some on a self-guided driving tour—you can downlo... More
  • Duchman Family Winery

    The Tuscan-influenced tasting room at this Hill Country winery feels more like Italy than Texas with its stone walls, high ceiling, and exposed bea... More
  • Edge

  • El Paso-Juarez Trolley

    Take the El Paso–Juarez Trolley across the Rio Grande into Juarez—a bustling city with lively food markets and historic churches. More

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