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The new 701 mixed-use development in Fort Worth's Near Southside neighborhood now has a signature draw. Renowned chef Marcus Paslay's fourth North Texas restaurant, dubbed Walloon's, quietly opened this summer. It takes over an old bank space and is turning the antique vault into a special tasting lounge. Paslay also promises "Fort Worth's coldest martini." Read more at French food may not be the most prominent cuisine in Dallas, but the city does have a good variety of authentic restaurants to explore. You can find a romantic date-night spot in Knox-Henderson, a Francophile- friendly haven with crawfish beignets in Bishop Arts, and much more. This is your guide to the best French restaurants around. Read more at papercitymag. com/dallas-french. Mister Charles @papercitydallas Blue Print Gallery @papercitydallas Temple Bar, Dublin @megziots #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitymag TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL: PLAYING WITH THE ART DIVE INTO OUR DIGITAL WORLD PAPERCITYMAG.COM FINE FRENCH A TEXAS DOUBLE PLAY BANKING IT 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 With the Texas Rangers rolling towards their first playoff appearance in seven years and the defending World Series champion Houston Astros right with them, baseball's grandest stage will have a Texas flavor this October. Corey Seager and Marcus Semien are making the Rangers' $500 million bet pay off. Read more at papercitymag. com/texas-baseball. M eow Wolf has become an art phenomenon, as much a play world (able to delight adults) that competes with theme parks as a traditional museum. Now that Texas finally has its first Meow Wolf (in the Grapevine Mills Mall), things have become even grander. There are more than 70 colorful installations to explore, dreamed up in all their wildness by nearly 200 artists. In many ways, this Meow Wolf leans into its unconventional setting, playing off the hold that traditional malls used to have over American culture. "Grapevine Mills checked our boxes from a business aspect, but we're also excited about leaning into the mall culture," Meow Wolf creative director Dale Sheehan says. "It's family-oriented and we want to play with what it means to be in a mall. What scares me the most is getting comfortable doing things one way." Read more at Meow Wolf Grapevine Rise soufflé Corey Seager Marcus Semien Walloon's 46

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