I've been riding the train to work now for five years. Seen and heard some pretty strange things. It's a nice little cross-section; moving from suburbs through affluent mid-town, downtown and finally the 'hood picking up representatives from the various social strata along the way. "As the world turns, these are the days of MY life."
(in Southside On Lamar) Actually serving absynth!
Opening Bell CoffeeWest End Station:
(in Southside On Lamar)
Lee Harvey's - It's dirty, smelly and in just about the worst neighborhood you can imagine. And it's just about the coolest bar in town.
Bill's Records - Dallas' best privately owned music shop still stocking vinyl.
Trinity Hall - Guinness on tap! One of the best stocks of scotch in town.
Trader Vic's - Martinis and Tikis, 'nough said.Lovers Lane Station:
The Angelika Theater - If you cinematic tastes don't run in the mainstream, this place if for you.
Dallas Vintage Shop
Aparicio's Plano Tortilla Factory & Cafe