If I were to tell you about a trendy, hipstery pizza place in Texas serving authentic and innovative Neapolitan-style pies, what city do you think it would be in? I bet your first guess would be Austin, but I'm here to show you that this kind of awesomeness can also be found in the extremely underrated Dallas dining scene if you know where to look. The place I'm specifically talking about is located in the Deep Ellum neighborhood, which is basically the Williamsburg of Dallas. It has a thriving live music scene, loads of dive bars, and plenty of interesting casual dining options to explore.
Once a year, this amazing event rolls through NYC. It takes place on Governor's Island and most people dress up like it's the 1920s. There's a 1920s style band, a dance floor, dance competitions, food, and cocktails from the era sponsored by St. Germain. It's an all around awesome event with plenty of opportunities to get great photos.