Previously at Best in DFW, we highlighted all the fantastic places in Irving/Las Colinas to grab a bite to eat or quench your thirst. Today, we’re going to focus on all the other Best in DFW people’s choice program finalists doing business in this Dallas County suburb, from places to buy vehicles and gardening supplies to hotels and spas. Click on any of the links to learn more about each business, then make a list of how you’ll spend a day exploring the city.
If you’re in the market for a new or used vehicle, both Freeman Hyundai and Berkshire Hathaway Automotive were nominated for Best Auto Dealership: New, Best Auto Dealership: Pre-Owned, and Best Auto Service Center.
The iconic destination hotel property, Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas was nominated by voters in numerous categories. In the first part of this Irving-based series, we focused on the food-and-beverage titles the hotel is vying for. But it’s also up for Best Hotel for Weddings, Best Staycation Hotel, Best Concierge Service, Best Family Friendly Hotel, Best Golf Course, Best Hotel Pool, Best Hotel Rooms and Suites, and Best Hotel Views. Meanwhile, its Four Seasons Spa & Salon is nominated for Best Day Spa, Best Facials, Best Manicure/Pedicure, and Best Massage.
In other categories, Great Hearts Irving is nominated for Best Charter School; Universal Technical Institute is up for Best Trade/Technical School; Chambers Nursery and Garden Center is nominated for Best Gardening Store/Nursery; Applejacks and Spec’s are vying for Best Liquor and Wine Store; and Longenecker Chiropractic is a contender for Best Chiropractor.
The final results in more than 300 categories covering the entire DFW metroplex won’t be revealed until Sunday, November 20. However, you can still visit these nominated businesses to see if you can figure out who might actually take home Gold, Silver, or Bronze in their nominated fields. Until November, keep coming back here to learn about several more places worth visiting and local businesses worth supporting.
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