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Eataly Dallas @papercitydallas D I V E I N T O O U R D I G I TA L W O R L D PA P E RC I T Y M AG.COM REACHING HIGHER T he construction elevator lurches to life, and within seconds, The Victor's appeal comes into view. As the temporary elevator for the 40-story tower continues to rise, the city of Dallas spreads before us. The newest Hines showcase residential high-rise soars above the corner of Nowitzki Way and Victory Park Lane … across from American Airlines Center and the distinctive W Hotel. It's about to become the new beacon of a reimagined and revitalized Victory Park neighborhood. PaperCity's Chris Baldwin takes us inside. Read more at COCKTAIL COOL COFFEE COVERED PARTY PIVOTING The minute the elevator doors open on level 9C of the new Thompson Dallas hotel at The National (George Dahl's carefully restored mid-century masterpiece), you know you're in the new hot spot. Catbird is the downtown Dallas hotel's debut cocktail lounge led by Jeramie Robison (formerly of Uchi and The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek), and it leaves quite an impression. A massive, glittering Russian nesting doll sporting Chanel marks the entrance of two small private lounge areas tucked away on one side. And that's just one of the sophisticated winks Catbird pulls off with aplomb. Read more at catbird. One thing that's not slowing down during the pandemic is Dallas' coffee culture. With distinctive shops stepping up with new outdoor seating, walk-up windows, and curbside pickup, the city's coffee scene is as strong as ever. Houndstooth Coffee's Sylvan | Thirty location earned raves from Architectural Digest for its beauty. From a hidden gem in Harwood District (Magnolias: Sous Le Pont) to a unique shop from two Australian brothers (LDU Coffee), there's something for everyone, with the obsession touching nearly every neighborhood. PaperCity's resident coffee guru Megan Ziots has your guide. Read more at dallas-coffee. Party planner extraordinaire Rebecca Gardner has been saving people from boring dinner parties for years. But how does a party queen handle COVID-19 times? In part, by taking it outside. Texas' relatively mild winter temperatures give it an advantage here, but Gardner would not even let a near freeze deter her. "Don't underestimate the liquid sweater," she quips. The founder of the buzzy, new likes to keep her guests guessing too. One of her favorite things to serve is caviar and potato chips, considering it the perfect mix of laid-back elegance. Silly wigs or unexpected props add another touch of whimsy. Read more at NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP D on't be the last to get the new PC Daily. Our redesigned, expanded editorial newsletters put the entire city right in your inbox. Get Dallas' top fashion, restaurant, real estate, society, and art news — and more — five times a week. Sign up at newsletter. Wright at Home @courtneyddabney Drinks at Ounce @papercitydallas #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. The Victor Catbird Houndstooth Rebecca Gardner LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitymag TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL: 12

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