5944 W. Northwest Hwy., Preston Hollow
It was only a matter of time. As SoulCycle studios populate almost every neighborhood in New York, it’s no surprise the indoor cycling studio has made its way to Dallas. On any given morning, sixty or so riders pile into a candlelit studio for forty-five minutes of high-intensity pumping cardio—and sweat, a lot of sweat. There’s also a second location in Uptown.
True Food Kitchen
8383 Preston Center Plaza, Preston Hollow
Seeing as there is only so much fried chicken a person can eat (which is, thankfully, a lot), Dr. Andrew Weil’s bastion of healthy, balanced eating is a welcome change from Dallas’s dining scene. Open for brunch, lunch, and dinner, the restaurant serves vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free fare with a focus on ingredients that are local, sustainable, and organic. Carnivores who still can’t get enough can satiate their cravings with a grass-fed bison burger and wash it down with a Double Brown Stout from local brewery Deep Ellum.