Modern, sophisticated, and somewhat sprawling, the city of Dallas is looking better than ever these days, with swank new hotel, retail, and entertainment developments, one of the most energetic gay nightlife scenes in the country, and an infusion of noteworthy cultural attractions. Attractions span several lively neighborhoods around the city, from gay-popular Oak Lawn to ritzy Highland Park Village to the funky Bishop Arts District. Here's a gallery of the Gay Dallas scene.
|American Airlines Center, Victory Park||Bishop Arts District, in Oak Cliff (southwest of downtown)||Black-Eyed Pea restaurant, in Oak Lawn||Buddies II, on Maple Avenue (closed October 2009)|
|Cafe Brazil, Oak Lawn||Cathedral of Hope, the world's largest GLBT church||Dallas Rapid Area Transit - Dallas Light Rail||Downtown Dallas skyscrapers|
|Grassy Knoll, by the JFK Museum, site of Kennedy assassination||Havana gay bar, in Oak Lawn||Hotel Palomar Dallas, in University Park||Hotel St. Germain, on Maple Avenue in Uptown|