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The Joule, Dallas

1530 Main Street, Dallas, TX 75201
8 reviews

One of the best coffee spots in Dallas happens to be in one of the most interesting boutique hotels you'll ever see. Locals know that Weekend Coffee serves up some of the best cups in the city. Expertly designed to be playful and engaging, you'll find this place to be a fun little refuge from the daytime bustle of the ...

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    0.15 mi

    Thanks-Giving Square

    0.15 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    7 reviews

    This is a great spot to sit and enjoy the outdoors, while being in the middle of a bustling city. Great for people watching too!

  • 2
    0.21 mi

    1200 Main St

    0.21 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    5 reviews

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  • 3
    0.25 mi

    Majestic Theatre

    0.25 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    1 review

    It may not look like much on the outside, but the inside houses the ghosts of shows such as Mae West, Bob Hope and Houdini. 1921 was the Vaudeville era and this was the hot place to be, but is now the last theater on what was theater row in Dallas. It was restored in 1976 using 23K gold leaf ...

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    0.05 mi

    Neiman Marcus

    0.05 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    1 review

    I'm a native New Yorker and thus I'm inherently a fashion fanatic. On top of that, there's a soft spot in my heart for classic department stores, which is why the flagship Neiman Marcus is a favorite. It's a full-service experience. Honestly, you could live there--there's wardrobe for all aspects of life and everyone in the family, home furnishings and ...

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    0.1 mi

    One-Eyed Penguin

    0.1 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    1 review

    For some reason I feel like I'm breaking the rules by even mentioning this place. For one, the entrance is so nondescript that most people walk right by it every day without knowing it's there. In fact, I didn't even know about it until a long-time local told me about it. If you're not careful you might end up at ...

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    0.01 mi

    Traffic LA

    0.01 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    1 review
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    0.08 mi

    Scotty's Elm Street Saloon

    0.08 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    1 review

    Fun and clean sports bar, though the beer prices seem a little steep. My favorite beer isn't on tap, and I had to pay almost $5 for each one. Still, a great place to hang out and have a few with some buddies.

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  • 8
    0.53 mi

    Nasher Sculpture Center

    0.53 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    12 reviews

    Located in Dallas downtown and surrounded by several museums, the Nasher Sculpture Center has a good collection worth visiting. I recommend it.

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  • 9
    0.71 mi

    Winspear Opera House

    0.71 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    2 reviews

    I was a total goober and took the opera house tour when it was available, and I have to say I was blown away at how high tech the place is. Of course it’s pretty, though not overly ornate, but the fact that the ceiling can be raised and lowered for acoustic quality of smaller versus larger performances is just ...

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  • 10
    0.61 mi

    Dallas Arts District

    0.61 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    11 reviews

    This is a nice (and safe) area to walk around with several museums, restaurants and parks. So, if you are looking for a hotel to stay in downtown, I would recommend keeping this area in mind, so you can actually go out and walk around and get to see a bit of Dallas.

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  • 11
    0.64 mi

    Klyde Warren Park

    0.64 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    5 reviews

    Klyde Warren Park is a relatively recent park. Located in downtown and within walking distance from museums, the opera house and a few hotels, I highly recommend it to get a feel of what Dallas is about.

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  • 12
    0.97 mi

    The Spa at the Crescent

    0.97 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    2 reviews

    Come to The Spa at The Crescent if you want a completely decadent spa experience. Housed inside one of the area’s most luxurious hotels, I came here for a bridal shower and had the best time! I highly recommend the fusion massage. The massage therapist uses several different techniques depending on your body’s needs and I left feeling like a ...

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    0.97 mi

    American Airlines Center

    0.97 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    20 reviews

    Great place to go whether for a concert or sporting event; specially to see the Mavericks from the floor!

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  • 14
    0.62 mi

    Perot Museum of Nature and Science

    0.62 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    15 reviews

    Opened in December 2012, this 180,000-square-foot facility, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne, is itself a feat of scientific ingenuity. His firm Morphosis Architects set a goal of creating an attractive urban environment that also adheres to green principles. Hence features like a 54-foot, continuous-flow escalator contained in a glass-enclosed, tubelike structure that extends outside the building—along with landscaping ...

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  • 15
    0.59 mi

    The Sixth Floor Museum

    0.59 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    29 reviews

    JFK History I love museums, this was a different kind of museum. I wasn't sure if I would like this place, I'm glad I went. Texas School Book Depository, history tells us this is where Lee Harvey Oswald set up to assassinate President John F Kennedy. They turned the sixth floor into a museum that chronicles that faithful day JFK ...

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  • 16
    0.6 mi

    Dealey Plaza

    0.6 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    8 reviews

    Dealey Plaza is located in the historic West End district of downtown Dallas, Texas (U.S.). This is the location of the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. The Dealey Plaza Historic District was named a National Historic Landmark in 1993 to preserve Dealey Plaza, street rights-of-way, and buildings and structures by the plaza visible from the assassination ...

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  • 17
    0.62 mi

    John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial

    0.62 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    2 reviews

    The John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza is free and open 24 hours a day. A block from Dealey Plaza, the memorial is easily reached from Union Station or West End Station. Created by architect Phillip Johnson (a Kennedy family friend) and dedicated in 1970, the memorial is surrounded by large concrete walls that appear to be floating. The memorial itself ...

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  • 18
    0.44 mi

    Dallas World Aquarium

    0.44 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    30 reviews

    Worth the money! Wish it was bigger! Unique animals from all over the world! More than just an aquarium it's also pretty much a zoo. While I wish it was not so packed when I went in , you definitely wont regret! However, I did went around the whole aquarium pretty fast to avoid all the crowds. Best to go ...

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  • 19
    0.92 mi

    Deep Ellum

    0.92 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    20 reviews

    One of of the first commercial and residential districts for African-Americans and European immigrants in Dallas, Deep Ellum (originally Deep Elm) developed in the late 1880's. Located here is the city's largest concentration of commercial buildings from the early 20th century. Historically, this was the neighborhood for early jazz and blues. Although the old businesses are gone, Deep Ellum remains ...

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    0.51 mi

    Dallas Museum of Art

    0.51 mi from The Joule, Dallas
    15 reviews

    DMA is bargain for art lovers! The museum recently instituted free admission for all but special exhibitions. Established in 1903, DMA has a collection of over 22,000 works from around the world, spanning 5,000 years. The American collections include a significant representation of Texas art. Several temporary exhibitions are also offered each year. The casual cafe offers a reasonably priced, ...

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