by Sabra Girard - 70 Reviews - 40 List
When Jessica Simpson and Tony Romo were still together you might have seen them at this Times Square of Dallas. Known to attract the rich and famous, it's no wonder. From upscale restaurants to label-friendly boutiques, this master-planned center delivers flash, style and scene. Check out the Victory's Park's best restaurants, bars and boutiques. (Photo: Victory Park by Jeremy Woodhouse/pixelchromedotcom)
Updated: October 21, 2009
The contemporary catwalk leads right to this boutique fashioned by three women who know and make a career of style. Preseason designs from Pauric Sweeney and post season (vintage) Chanel are merchandised with class and snapped up quickly by ladies-in-the-know.
Food and music that feeds your soul is always on tap at this entertainment venue that carefully selects its singers and chefs. A stage and dining room are harmonious within the historic White Swan Building and featured artists perform on a stage that happens to have a box of mud from the Delta Mississippi buried beneath.
Smoke and egos fill the air at this chic cigar and rum bar. Leather couches, a tiled bar and warm orange light set the stage for a few rounds of specialty rum, some periodic puffs and a debate over the latest move in the market or by Mark Cuban.
Short skirts and long lines are seen outside the entrance to this W Hotel bar which overlooks Dallas from the 33rd floor. If you're lucky enough to get past the door, you can enjoy the smooth bartenders, sexy waitresses and the glass floor that floats over Victory Park.
Yukon chips with warm blue cheese, ancho barbecue-glazed meatloaf and a sharp looking crowd grants a twist to the traditional American grill experience. With the American Airlines Center nearby, many music and sports fans as well as the entertainers themselves can't resist its convenience, people watching and what the menu titles 'really good fries.'
Moroccan natives and Dallas foodies hang at this happening bazaar patio or at the intimate bar to indulge in exotic eye candy and cuisine. So escape steak-driven Dallas by delving into Andalusian scallops and an orange blossom creme brulee at this Moroccan and Mediterranean experience.