Thriving in the arts and culture department, Dallas is the new hipster hub with its many arts districts and museums. The city has a bitter brush-in with history by being the city where John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 and the site is memorialized at the Dealey Plaza with the exact spot marked with an 'X'. On an added note, it is also the largest city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan (DFW).
The city's prominence arose from its historical significance as the center for the oil and cotton industry, and its position along numerous railroad lines. Currently, Dallas has museums aplenty with the cultural scene just growing endlessly; Visit Deep Ellum for its murals, art installations, and the blues and indie music pitstop one has to make when in Dallas. Make a weekend of it and explore the other popular creative hubs here by visiting the Dallas Arts District, the center of performing and visual arts and Bishop Arts District, the city's most independent neighborhood.
The city may be big, but the food in Dallas comes in portions and sizes one can't even imagine. Explore the vibrant and bold food culture of the city for a culinary experience you'd not want to miss. To make things a bit exciting, try the many food challenges in Dallas like the monstrous 7-pound burger at Kenny's Burger Joint in Plano in an hour, or a giant 20-scoop mountain of ice cream, the Mount Hypnotic at Hypnotic Emporium on Garland Road. Challenge the beautiful city of Dallas to a great time!
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