Start your morning with a big, tasty breakfast from Ellen’s Southern Kitchen, featuring traditional breakfast items and local favorites like the pork tinga tacos made with spicy pulled pork, potatoes, scrambled eggs, avocado, cheddar cheese, homemade salsa and sour cream.
Then choose from several sightseeing options, all walkable from the Omni Dallas Hotel. The historic Dealey Plaza is the site where John F. Kennedy was assassinated. There you’ll find The Sixth Floor Museum located in the former Texas School Book Depository building. The museum highlights the impact of Kennedy’s death on the nation and the world.
Adjacent to the Dallas Convention Center is Pioneer Plaza, home to the largest public open space in the central business district. There, you’ll find bronze sculptures by Texas artist Robert Summers, native plants and trees, as well as a flowing stream and waterfall.
Those who prefer shopping can take a short walk to the original flagship store and corporate headquarters for Neiman Marcus at 1618 Main St. The structure is recorded as a Texas Historic Landmark, and shoppers will find all the best name brands with the added bonus of Texas history and historic charm.