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Seat at The Table Group Photo

Dallasites from Across the World Dish on the Foods That Make Their Holidays

We asked eight fascinating locals to share a seat at their holiday tables this time of year.
By D Home

101 Things You Must Do in Dallas-Fort Worth This Christmas: 2022 Edition

From Christmas lights to Santa sightings, tree lightings and puppet shows, North Texas comes alive with holiday spirit this time of year. We’ve gathered the best ways to enjoy it.
By The Holiday Cheer Committee
Lisa Luby Ryan, Christmas Red Chevy Truck
Home & Garden

4 Quick Tips for Decorating Your Home During the Holidays

Interior designer Lisa Luby Ryan shares her glad tidings about decking the halls.
By Laura Kostelny
Kirin Court dim sum varieties

Hankering for Chinese Food? These Spots Are Open This Christmas.

When you just can’t muster another family-size meal, these Dallas restaurants are here Christmas Eve and Day.
By By D Magazine Staff

Dallas Bars and Restaurants That Get You Into the Holiday Spirit

Dine inside a snow globe, sip boozy cocoa from a Santa mug—the Christmas pop-ups are here and cheery as all get out.


Arts & Entertainment

101 Things You Must Do In Dallas This Christmas: The 2021 Edition

Here is our comprehensive guide to the best Christmas lights, holiday shows, and festive activities across North Texas.
Three glasses of coquito, a tropical eggnog sans eggs, made with rum

Move Over Eggnog. I Want to Introduce You to Coquito, Puerto Rico’s Holiday Drink.

We all know and love eggnog. Now get to know and quickly love this rum and coconut concoction.
A spread of food on a table with a big tomahawk shop at the center, surrounded by sides and drinks.

Where to Order Holiday Meals in Dallas This Year

Honestly, consuming spiral ham whilst wearing sweatpants at home with Christmas Vacation on the TV sounds like a perfect day.

A Complete Guide to Christmas Tree Care in Dallas

A start-to-finish guide, from choosing the perfect tree to recycling it come January.
By Reagan Williamson