With places to go and people to see, here are four notables we recommend you add to the list.
EXPLORE Explosions of color collide at Dallas Blooms, running now through April 12. As one of the city’s most treasured gems, the Dallas Arboretum invites you to take in the sweeping views of 500,000 rich and vibrant tulips as far as the eye can see. Enjoy event programming like cooking classes, live music, wine tastings, children’s activities and so much more. 8525 Garland Road, dallasarboretum.org
Pretty perennials at Dallas Blooms
STAY Plan your next staycation at the red-hot Virgin Hotels Dallas, which boasts a prime location in the bustling Design District. Recharge at Funny Library coffee shop and marvel at the curated collection of eclectic art that bedecks the space. For a break from reality, relax in a poolside cabana while taking in sweeping views of the Dallas skyline. Chamber Kings from $259 per night, Richard’s Flat from $3,000 per night, 1445 Turtle Creek Blvd., virginhotels.com
SIP Savor a little Southern charm at Yardbird, a fresh eatery and bar making its Dallas debut March 16. The D-Town outpost overlooks Klyde Warren Park and touts a vast selection of country cuisine and mouthwatering sips. Cue the blackberry bourbon lemonade, which offers a refreshing twist on a summer fave and packs a punch with Wild Turkey 81 bourbon.2121 N. Pearl St., Ste. 170, runchickenrun.com
The blackberry bourbon lemonade at Yardbird.
VISITGo behind the curtain this month as Erin Cluley Gallery presents In the Absence of Others. On display through March 28, this exhibition focuses on self-portraiture and provides a further glimpse into the creative soul of each artist. Comprising paintings, works on paper and photographs by lauded artists such as Francisco Moreno, Nic Nicosia, Taylor Barnes, Chivas Clem, Gary Goldberg and others, this show is not to be missed. 150 Manufacturing St., Ste. 210, erincluley.com