Since 1972, Dallas Safari Club has been the gathering point for hunters, conservationists and wildlife enthusiasts throughout the metroplex. As an international organization, DSC offers members a world of options: annual conventions and expositions, monthly meetings and other member activities, education for youth and the general public and to promote and protect the rights and interests of hunters worldwide, conservationists, and wildlife enthusiasts.Read more >>
It’s been an exciting year of growth in downtown Dallas. Between new businesses and attractions popping up around the city, the historic West End district is looking forward to all that the new year has to offer! The restaurants and shops are excited to offer specials that will complete your new year celebration – you can find all that you are looking for, from dining in downtown Dallas to luxury hotels within walking distance.Read more >>
With the holiday season wrapping up brings a renewed excitement to downtown Dallas – the start of championship football and a showdown of classic rivalries. As patrons fill the Cotton Bowl and Apogee Stadium, the historic West End gears up to host visitors and natives who pack the bars and restaurants to watch.Read more >>
2016 is wrapping up, and walking in a winter wonderland can cover a few blocks with everything you will need for a great holiday season in the historic West End district! Downtown Dallas illuminates with lights and cheer during the most festive time of the year, and celebrating your holiday party at a fabulous West End fine dining restaurant, taking photos with Santa, or getting the final stocking stuffers can all be found here.Read more >>
November 22nd, 1963 is a day that all Americans will never forget – the assassination of the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy in downtown Dallas. Those who witnessed his death, and the generations to come after, remember not only the legacy he left behind, but an iconic man who lead the American people through the Civil Rights Movement, the Space Race, and the establishment of the Peace Corps (just to name a few).Read more >>
The magical glow of the holiday season brings out the best in downtown Dallas – from the food, lights around the city, the crisp winter air, and some of the best and unique food that can only been found in the historic West End – your Thanksgiving weekend can be booked all within blocks.
Where will you start? With so many great things to do in downtown Dallas and the West End year-round, starting the holidays with Thanksgiving here really make it special.
The holiday season is the busiest and most fulfilling time of the year – with festive decorations, family gatherings, the changing seasons and the unique, one-of-a-kind food that can only be found in downtown Dallas and the historic West End. Our members feature exquisite menus year-round, but the holidays bring out rich, divine, and exclusive menus and specials just for the holiday season.Read more >>
West End is unparalleled – from our wide selection of restaurants, museums, and cultural and historical buildings, the West End in downtown Dallas is home to several unique and special businesses that make us stand out as one of the leading metros.
From architecture and interior design, advertising, real estate, and distribution, the historic West End is a hotspot for thriving businesses and opportunities to thrive in all areas of work.Read more >>
Fall is officially here, and with the cooler weather comes the return of college football – a staple in Texas culture! The atmosphere of the historic West End district in downtown Dallas provides everyone, from alumni to the casual fan, the opportunity to see their favorite game any given moment. The Big 12 College Football conference sees a double-header for the Longhorns, after a game against the Oklahoma State University Cowboys – Texas Longhorns vs.Read more >>
The State Fair of Texas is back! The event that Texans and those across the United States wait for every year is one of the best celebrations of Texas pride that attracts people from all over the country. Much of what makes the State Fair memorable year round is iconic Big Tex, the outrageous and delicious food you won’t find at just any state fair, and the Texas Star Ferris wheel.Read more >>