The Mansion Restaurant is a "Dallas icon of luxury," famous for its "no-holds-barred" weekend brunch crafted by chef Bruno Davaillon (Travel + Leisure).
The hotel is three blocks from the Galleria Mall, boasting more than 200 shops and an ice rink.
Take the elevator down to the Galleria, which boasts more than 200 shops, two dozen restaurants and an indoor ice rink
Unwind for a weekend at a downtown Dallas hotel in spring or summer for 25% off compared with weekday prices.
This "superb" Lovers Lane destination is considered among "Dallas' finest" with "extraordinary" French fare and a "classy, quiet" ambiance (Zagat).
Dine for more than half off at Bonnie Ruth's in Frisco, which earns a 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Save 50% on unlimited brunch at Birraporetti's, an "Arlington staple" (CBS DFW) that Travelzoo subscribers call "an excellent place for a meal."
Kayak through the waters of Lake Ray Hubbard on three-hour guided nature tours throughout the summer, and save more than 50% with this exclusive offer.
Agave Azul is a "crowd-pleasing find" featuring Zagat-praised "Mexican and Tex-Mex favorites" and an extensive tequila sanctuary in a "lively" setting.
Take to the skies with this unique, romantic dinner and flight tour for two from Delta Charlie's Restaurant Bar and Grill and save over 50%.
Ripley's boasts 32 museums worldwide filled with assorted oddities, rare artifacts and bizarre exhibits. For more than 45% off, visit the Grand Prairie location.
Save 50% on an at-home gourmet dinner for two, crafted by "culinary maestro" chef David Anthony Temple, named one of the "best chefs" in Dallas (CBS DFW).
Take to the waters with a two-hour introductory sailing lesson for more than 50% off on Lake Lewisville, 30 minutes northwest of Dallas.
Save nearly 50% on a five-course Pan-Asian dinner at Kenichi, a "sleek" spot in Victory Park with "creative" dishes Zagat deems "very good to excellent."
The concert includes works by Beethoven and short films set to a live score
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