Link to love and let D-Link be your ride this Valentine’s Day. Hop on for free and hop off to explore downtown attractions with your someone special.
Pink Toes Nail Bar & Spa
Turn Valentine’s Day into a day of pampering and ride D-Link to Pink Toes Nail Bar & Spa at 111 South Field Street in downtown Dallas. Whether it’s a mani-pedi, a facial or a relaxing massage, the spa’s services cater to both men and women. D-Link can drop you off at the Griffin and Lamar stop and the spa is just a short walk away.
Restaurants on Main
Whether you’re looking for appetizers, dessert or a full course meal, the restaurants on Main Street offer some tasty eats. You can visit Wild Salsa, Chop House Burger or Porta di Roma to name a few. Ride D-Link to the stops along Main Street to experience these restaurants first-hand. You can also visit Downtown Dallas Inc.’s Main Street District dinning page to discover more restaurant options.
DFW Auto Show
If beautiful cars and trucks make your heart race faster, take your sweetheart out to the DFW Auto Show, which opens Wednesday, 4-10 p.m. Held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, the DFW Auto Show boasts more than half a million square feet of new cars, trucks and SUVs from every major line and make under one roof. D-Link can drop you off at either the entrance or the covered Convention Center Station.
Restaurants on Lamar
And while you’re in the Convention Center District, enjoy dinner, drinks and dessert at the Restaurants on Lamar, located just across from the Omni Dallas Hotel. Whether you’re looking for tasty bites, a hand-crafted cocktail, or a local brew, enjoy the ambiance of downtown and delight your palate at one of seven restaurants: Biergarten, Black Ship Little Katana, Bob’s Steak & Chop House, Café Herrera, Coal Vines, Texas Spice and The Owners Box. Ask the D-Link operator to drop you off on Lamar Street at Ceremonial Drive.
Remember, D-Link now has a new route that runs seven days a week, every 15 minutes from 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. D-Link also connects you to other DART services, the M-Line Trolley and th Dallas Streetcar.