We prefer an easy night out at Neighborhood Services or Rusty Taco rather than a trip to one of the area’s newest restaurants. We are Preston Hollow, and we like to keep it classic, which was made apparent in the annual Advocate Best Of contest.
While other contests focus on the entire city, ours looks only at the Best Of our neighborhood. It highlights the places and spaces that are beloved by our readers, not some corporate marketing team, and it shows what we value as a community.
If you need an idea for a new date spot, Preston Hollow Village, with its myriad bars and restaurants, is the ideal one-stop shop, readers say. But if you’re in the mood for a perfectly classic cocktail, you won’t find something more Preston Hollow than the bar at Neighborhood Services, winner of best night out and best bar. The bar is probably the easiest way to get a seat at the restaurant, where reservations are booked a month in advance.
When it comes to taking care of our bodies, our readers trust the experts at the Cooper Clinic. Cooper spa is favored as the best place to get a massage or facial, and if you need to break a sweat, you’ll want to check out Cooper Fitness Center.
Looking to reward yourself after a work out? For breakfast and lunch, our readers prefer the classic home-style dishes served up with a Canadian twist at the Maple Leaf Diner.
Readers also love their highest-profile neighbor, former President George W. Bush, a consummate Texas classic. They recommended the George W. Bush Presidential Center as both the best local attraction and the best area museum.
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