Eat Your Way through Dallas this Summer, the City is Open for Business
Average temperature low and high: 73°-92°
Summers in Dallas are hot. If too hot for your liking, no worries, there are options for fun and exploration indoors. For example, go on a food tour and bounce around some of the best eateries in the city. COVID restrictions have been lifted, so the city is open for business and eager to welcome tourists looking for fun.
The annual Taste Addison event has been around since 1993, and it is known to feature great music lineups paired with delicious culinary bites. Tickets ad more info can be found here.
2021 Texas Music Revolution
Date to be confirmed
Historic Downtown McKinney
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The 25th annual Texas Music Revolution is this year in Historic Downtown McKinney, and you don't want to miss it. The event will feature 2 back-to-back nights, Friday and Saturday, jam-packed with awesome Texas/American/Country live performances. Get your tickets here.
Dallas' Improv Comedy Club is hosting Christopher Titus. He is an American comedian known as the star, director, and cocreater of the FOX show, Titus. Catch him while he's in the area for a night filled with laughs. Purchase tickets here.
Little Elm Craft Brew and Que is all about craft beer and is the best place to go for beer lovers. Featuring over 60 breweries and 150 craft brews, all beverage enthusiasts should enjoy the tasting pleasure. The exotic and traditional barbeque complements the unique craft beers.
Experience the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
2021 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX
A castle, a ceremonial arena, and classic sword fights—don't miss your chance to experience a royal, four-course meal while enjoying a jousting tournament, sword fights, and more. Dallas' Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is a 2-hour show that'll transport you back in time. Prices start at $62.95.
Go on a food tour in Dallas with Food Tours of America
Eat your way through the city by going on a Dallas food tour with Food Tours America! There are public tours and group tours available, with tours starting at $59. You can choose between the West Village Restaurant Hop, the Deep Ellum Foodie Walk, the JFK Tour, or the Dallas Uptown Foodie Walk. Food tours range from 3 to 4 hours and tours are subject to availability.