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400 S Record St, Dallas
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If you have anything that you can justify celebrating, like a birthday or keeping a plant alive for longer than a month, head to Bullion. It’s the best spot in the city for a big night out. It looks like a gilded spaceship from the outside and the interior keeps the gold theme, so it feels like somewhere you’d usually have to wear booties over your shoes to see. Get there before your reservation and start with a drink at the bar. When you sit down, you can’t go wrong with anything from their mostly French menu, but if you really want to finish with something special, get the Baked Alaska.

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