This is only few streets in both direction. Some good restaurant like YO steak house and very few shops like Wild Bill's Western House which are good but otherwise nothing to see and nothing to do. Disappointing!
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I really enjoyed the visit to west end. You can find some unually different items here. Great place to meet and just people watch or have a drink at the local tavern and relax from work.
I remember visiting this part of Downtown Dallas when I was younger and it has seriously downgraded. Most of the shops and restaurants are closed. The restaurants that are open are pretty good and I think I saw 3 Texas shops for tourists.
Great spot to breath in texas, tourisy but delightful, good resturant s and honky Tonkin . Loud live music and carefree. Encourage a stop just to watch texas hospitality and 2 steppings
My son and I walked in and around this district just to see the unique old buildings and check out the variety of shops and restaurants. Could have used more time.
Once upon a time this place was hopping but now it's kind of a ghost town. There are still a few place to eat & drink left but there are much better districts in Dallas.
A few good shops to browse through. Ellen's Southern Kitchen is a good place to eat. Good horse and carriage rides.
Being from New Hampshire and close to Boston, there's so much history in my neck of the woods that it was hard not to be blase about a historic district in Dallas, but it was nice -- the Old Red Museum, the Dealey Plaza, the...More