Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

You Can’t Spell Quarantine Without A-R-T

The greatest thing to come of all the quarantine, self-isolation and shelter-at-home initiatives is the boundless creativity found in the way people cope. Restaurants are adapting to ever-changing mandates. Musicians and comedians are creating new content at a fascinating speed. And everyone else has found new ways to use technology to connect with people worlds apart—or six feet away. The […]

Pink Traveler: Rosé All Day, All Week

We pop our cork for every guy we see. Unlike Shirley Bassey. But it’s only because we enjoy sharing wine with others. And if they’re gay, even better. So imagine our excitement when we learned that Out in the Vineyard has expanded its wildly popular Gay Wine Weekend into a full Gay Wine Week, July 16 to 22. With more […]

Staycation Of The Month: Park Cities Hideaway

We stay in a lot of hotels throughout the year. Mostly because it’s the only way we can get someone else to make our bed. But also because we love the entire experience of camping out in a new space for a few days, whether it’s somewhere in the Caribbean or a few miles away from home. That’s why we […]

Pink Traveler: Summer On The Slopes

Right about now, we’re a little tired of the cold, dreary weather in Dallas. Sure, we’ve been spared any major wintry weather (so far), but our thoughts are already drifting to sun-soaked beaches and men in square-cuts carrying each other piggyback through clear, shallow waters sipping frozen drinks with tiny umbrellas in them, laughing at the perfection of their lives […]

Taylor, Slightly Less Swift

Starring in a one-woman show at age 86? We officially have another bucket list item. For Renée Taylor, one of our favorite stars we first discovered from her time on The Nanny, it’s a reality in her life since 2018. This weekend, the hilarious woman comes to town for four performances at the Eisemann Center in Richardson over Valentine’s Day […]

Staycation Of The Month: Cowtown Chic

Our Pink Traveler reviews take us all over the globe, but booking a relaxing vacation doesn’t necessarily require being crammed in a middle seat on a plane or having every nook and cranny inspected by TSA or Customs agents. (Although there are scenarios where we wouldn’t mind either of those inconveniences.) So as a new monthly feature, we will be […]

Pink Traveler: Elcome To Atlanta

Cascading aterfalls. Single-malt hiskies. Gigantic ieners. Some of the best things in life aren’t nearly as good without a W in them. Luckily, Atlanta, Georgia has not one, but three W Hotels, two of which we visited recently to check out their spectacular, multi-million-dollar renovations. The focus of this quick trip was mostly to experience these two hotels, but we […]

Pink Traveler: Where Winos Meet Rhinos

When the sommelier pairs a white wine with beef, we consider that quite the adventure. So imagine our excitement when we first heard about Safari West, a place that brings together glamping, wild animals and vino all in one spot. Known as the Sonoma Serengeti, the 400-acre reserve in Santa Rosa, California is owned by Peter and Nancy Lang, a […]

Pink Traveler: Follow The Rainbow To Costa Rica

Hard to believe we flew all the way to Costa Rica and didn’t see a single sloth—except the one in the mirror. That’s because as much as the lush Central American country might be known for adventure (of which we had plenty), it’s also a wonderful place to slow down, disconnect and get in touch with nature. Plus, Costa Rica’s […]

Sleeping Around San Diego

Chances are you wish you were cold right now. Not nips-poking-through-your-shirt cold, but comfortably cool. We know we are, which is why we’re dreaming of the San Diego area 24/7. Anywhere but Dallas, really. We just got back from a quick weekend to SoCal and darn if patio heaters at night in August aren’t something we could get really used […]