The Best Things To Do In Dallas-Fort Worth

One of the best things about working for Concentre is that our consultants get the best of both worlds: helping our client partners achieve (or exceed) their business and IT strategy goals from the comfort and familiarity of the city we call home. Not only does this ensure that our clients have access to their Concentre team each and every day, but it also ensures that our consultants know the city’s culture, people, local businesses, and where to grab the best barbeque. Our team takes pride in “living like a local” because they are locals.

As you may recall from our Best Burger debate of 2016, the Concentre team in Dallas-Fort Worth loves to discuss their favorite places to eat, shop, explore, and have fun. With school out for the summer and our days getting longer, we decided to do what consultants do best: compile a list to help you plan your next full-day adventure with your friends and family. With these recommendations, we know you’ll enjoy what this city has to offer.

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Golf the fairways and greens:

Tenison Park
Stevens Park

Shop local near Downtown:

The Dallas Farmer’s Market

Get fit with a view:

White Rock Lake
Katy Trails
Arbor Hills Nature Preserve


Enjoy the sunshine and explore:

Downtown McKinney Square
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Grab a bite in Deep Ellum:

Pecan Lodge
Easy Sliders food truck

Tour local craft breweries:

Lakewood Brewing Co.
Peticolas Brewing Company
Deep Ellum Brewing Co.
Community Beer Co.
BrainDead Brewing


Have a dinner date:

The Bishop Arts District
The Dallas Farmer’s Market
Cane Rosso

Take the family out for some fun:

Texas Rangers game

Catch some live music:

Saturday Evening Concerts at Watters Creek
The Bomb Factory in Deep Ellum

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