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West End, Dallas
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  • Small business come and go, but the large chains pulled out of the West End years ago. Even being surrounded by new apartment buildings, it is just plain scary after dark. The only real entertainment ...  more »
  • A small part of Dallas has been preserved, the red-brick buildings include a bit of history with preserved façades, it concentrated on 04 blocks, easy to go through everything in a short time.
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  • Who is in Dallas should treat the West end historic district in downtown in any case! Here are the buildings still all old school and provide a super look! You will feel like in old movies. There's super restaurants and grocery stores. Conclusion: Do not miss to go through just top here!
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  • Many restaurants and bars here catering to tourists. It's a fun place to walk around and has a pretty unique architecture style that differs from the typical downtown Dallas area making it a nice break from the norm. The area of West End is primarily filled restaurants and bars and an occasional shop. I'd say there is a bit something for everyone in the west end district. It's pretty close to the Dealey Plaza area so once your finished with the Kennedy exhibits you can head there for a bite to eat.