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PaperCity Dallas December 2021

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A new Dallas restaurant in The Village development is meant to feel like a secret hideaway. La Mina is a subterranean spot, for one thing, located in the basement of The Drey Hotel. You need to go around the back of the hotel to find the entrance. Once you go in, it feels like you've discovered something. Read more at The holidays are no longer coming — they're here. One room, in particular, is about to get far more face time: the entry. The space that so often becomes background noise is suddenly front and center, greeting guests and making first impressions. Designer Abbe Fenimore of Dallas-based Studio Ten 25 has tips for creating an entryway that makes an impact. Read more at Nuri Gold @papercitydallas Indian Wells @megziots Casey Barber of Rose Gold @papercitydallas #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitymag TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL: HOLIDAY WORLDS DIVE INTO OUR DIGITAL WORLD PAPERCITYMAG.COM GATHERING SEASON AGGIE WORTH UNDERGROUND RESTAURANT Sippin Santa Abbe Fenimore entryway 'T is the season" did not always mean pop-up holiday-themed bars. But the Instagram- friendly trend has taken hold, and Dallas is all in. There are more than a half dozen new holiday bars, including one on the rooftop of the Adolphus hotel with faux igloos and log cabins. Then, there's Midwestern-inspired Deep Ellum bar RoPo & Logan's tropical Sippin' Santa holiday bar. Sure, after New Year's passes, you may wonder what all the fuss was about. But until then, these seasonal bars will often have lines out the door. We've come a long way since eggnog was the drink du jour. PaperCity's Megan Ziots has your full guide to this new world. Read more at NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP Don't be the last to get the PC Daily. Our redesigned, expanded editorial newsletters put the entire city right in your inbox. You get Dallas' top fashion, restaurant, real estate, society, and art news — and more — five times a week. Sign up at Texas A&M aims to expand its footprint in Fort Worth in a major way. The plan is to build a new downtown research campus to spur innovation and business development — plus a new law school building. This massive project is expected to cost between $250 and $300 million. "Welcome to Aggieland North," Texas A&M chancellor John Sharp says. Read more at aggie-worth. Texas A&M Fort Worth La Mina 24

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