We love a list, and a Best In Dallas list is even better. Today's insider picks reveal a French favorite, hidden bargains, and more. Click here for more Best In Dallas lists!CultureMap Stylemaker honoree has held fashion-focused positions at Neiman Marcus, Ralph Lauren, and Stanley Korshak. click here for more Best In Dallas lists! Rise No. 1 in Inwood Village. From the cozy salon de soufflé, he always orders the Southwest Chicken and the Grand Mariner. Also noting a brand-new Dallas dining destination, Javier touts Americano at the Joule Hotel. Follow his lead to the Italian-inspired restaurant’s Kale & Mushroom Lasagna. Gallerie Noir in the Dallas Design District. “Owner Melissa Enriquez has not only challenged the art and décor scene, but has done so in the most fabulous and fun way possible,” he endorses enthusiastically of the gallery-boutique. “This store is always full of unique finds.” Uncommon Market,” he reveals. “Not only could I spend hours exploring the store’s selection of antiques, décor, and more, but there has never been a time when I didn’t walk out with a great find.” Dallas Museum of Art is not only one of the best museums in Texas, but it holds a special place in my heart,” Javier says of his choice in the category of educational and enriching locales. “I had the great opportunity to intern there while I was in college. Don’t miss Late Nights at the DMA - they are some of the best nights in Dallas!” Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. “There’s nothing better than The Mansion Bar,” Javier proclaims. “It’s the best patio and drink in Dallas, without a doubt!” Dallas skyline photo by Matthew Visinsky. All additional images credit individual restaurants and retailers.