Dallas is ablaze with a bevy of new spots—here’s what you need to know.
Roasted red Kuri squash, quinoa, Parmesan, kale and pomegranate is a must.
TO EVERYTHING... THERE IS A SEASON
Turn! Turn! Turn! And that’s exactly what this hip new eatery does. Written by the Seasons—nestled in the bustling Bishop Arts District—is taking a unique culinary approach unlike most others. Unveiling a completely unique menu at the turn of each season, the restaurant is rife with locally sourced provisions and quality ingredients that will delight the palate and have you ready for your next course. 380 Melba St., writtenbytheseasons.com
Climb with Courage—this motto certainly rings true for the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas. Constantly striving to reach for new heights and overcome obstacles, members of this storied organization are learning the proper tools to be the next generation of community leaders. Back for a second year, GSNETX has partnered with Galleria Dallas to celebrate milestones met throughout the years and shine a bright light on six inspiring young women who have poured themselves into giving back. Head to Galleria Dallas to explore the interactive display, lean more about the history of this benevolent bunch and, of course, enjoy this year’s cookie debutante—Adventurefuls. 13350 Dallas Parkway, gsnetx.org
Sara Issakharian, “To be Titled” (2021, acrylic, pastel, charcoal and color pencil on canvas), 198.1 by 452.1 centimeters
Immerse yourself in the brilliant swaths of colors and design at the recently unveiled exhibition at SITE131. Abstract Now kicks off the gallery’s first exhibition of the new year, featuring three California-based artists who are quickly gaining recognition from art lovers and critics alike. Sara Issakharian, Channing Hansen and B Chehayeb—the trio whose work will be on display through March 26—offer fresh perspectives that will enchant the eye and invite creative conversations. 131 Payne St., site131.com
Every nook and corner of this new space is set to inspire.
EYE FOR DESIGN
Calling all creatives and decophiles alike, Natuzzi Italia ushers in a treasure trove for all to explore. Perched prominently in the Uptown neighborhood, this is Natuzzi Italia’s foray into the Dallas market, and we can assure you every detail has been meticulou sly planned and the space gleams with style and panache. Famous for its exquisite designer pieces and thoughtfully curated collections, the brand—founded in the late ’50s—stands the test of time. 4441 McKinney Ave., natuzzidallas.com
Head up to the bar for the happiest of hours.
In search of the ultimate place to unwind after a long day? The newly opened D.L. Macks has got you covered. Grab a spot at the bar and order the classic martini—you can thank us later. As the sibling restaurant to Hudson House, this new Park Cities hub beckons with afternoon sips, shared plates and buzzy ambiance. 6501 Hillcrest Ave., dlmakcs.com