Hot Spots
On The Border, 3130 Knox Street, Dallas – Our story traces back nearly three decades to 1982, when the first On The Border restaurant opened on Knox Street in Dallas. Originally based on sizzling fajitas, frosty margaritas, happy hour and a booming patio, OTB has evolved and expanded over time to include a variety of craveable dishes inspired by the cuisines of South Texas and Mexico.  This is where North Star Carriages loading stand is located for Christmas tours in Highland Park.
YO Ranch Steakhouse, 702 Ross Avenue, Dallas – Savor the finest cuts of steaks, chops, wild game and fresh fish cooked to perfection in a relaxed elegant atmosphere.  Discover for yourself why Jim O’Conner of the Food Network declared the YO Steakhouse as, “ one of the nations’ finest steakhouses.  This is many of North Star Carriages employee’s favorite places to eat.
Ellen’s Southern Kitchen, 1718 N. Market Street, Dallas – Breakfast (all day), lunch, Dinner, Cocktails.  Many of our North Star Carriage drivers eat here several times a week.
The Adolphus Hotel, 1321 Commerce Street, Dallas – Step inside and be swept away by our imperial European elegance.  You can feel the aura of the famous guests who’ve preceded you from Queen Elizabeth II, The Vanderbilts, U2, Oscar de la Renta, Donald Trump, and Babe Ruth.  Become part of the legend at the storied Dallas luxury hotel, where today, every guest is treated like royalty. North Star Carriages is the major provider for Wedding Escapes and Romantic weekends.
The Omni Convention Center Hotel 555 S. Lamar Street, Dallas – is located in the center of the revitalized downtown Dallas, is connected via sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and close to restaurants, shops, entertainment and more.  Many of North Star Carriage employee’s have spent a special night here and really enjoyed the hotel.
The Fairmont Hotel, 1717 Akard Street, Dallas – Combining hospitality and elegance with that special Texas flair, the hotel is located a few blocks from the Central Business District and the Financial District, less than one mile from Victory Part (home of the American Airlines Center) and the West End Historical District.
The Old Red Courthouse, 100 S. Houston Street, Dallas – The Old Red Museum offers new historical discoveries in abundance, not only in our galleries, but also within the building itself.  Original construction took place in 1892, undergoing many transformations throughout the years, which ultimately led to the beautiful restoration of today.  Not only does it have a Museum of Dallas History but it also hosts many wedding’s every month.
Texas School Book Depository 411 Elm Street, Dallas – The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy; interprets the Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District and the John f. Kennedy Memorial Plaza; and presents contemporary culture within the context of presidential history.  This is a must see for every tourist that comes to Dallas and yes it is on the Historical Tour of North Star Carriages.