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Miles C. Goodwin, and Leszek Skurski. I was given a tour by gallery director Emily Gregoire and was intrigued by the work of Nairobi-born Thandiwe Muriu, which I also happened upon recently at the Dallas Art Fair. I could wax poetic about all the gathering spaces, but my personal favorite was The Billet Room — the hotel's game room that has the feel of a members-only club. You'll find a bespoke pool table, with intimate seating areas for a tête-à-tête over a whiskey or marg. Bowie House's supper-club-style spin on Texan cuisine is showcased in three dining and drinking venues. Make a reservation at Bricks and Horses, overseen by executive chef Antonio Votta, in a space that embodies Texas horse culture. Cozy up in a leather banquette beside suede wall paneling and elegantly rustic chevron wood floors amongst the massive horse photographs by Constance Jaeggi. The menu draws on the region's ranching legacy, with local food sources such as 6666 Ranch, owned by Taylor Sheridan and an investment group, which is rumored to be the location of the Yellowstone spin-off 6666. I had the lobster thermidor, wild boar ribs, and the revolving pie cart (which I adore) before adjourning to the Mulberry Room, the hotel's library space for aperitifs, where only a quote from Yellowstone's thorny Beth Dutton could end the evening on the right note. "Every so often, you say something that makes me think you're smart. And then I look at you, and that thought fades." I love a witty and cutting cowgirl. Clockwise from top: Bowie House guest room. The Billet Room. The Bar at Bowie House. The striking facade of Bowie House. Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection, 3700 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 100

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