Addison is a unique area. While it’s technically a Dallas suburb, it still has the feel of a being in the city. If you’re looking for something that has walkability without having to be in the city, Addison is your spot. It’s known for hosting events throughout the year, including the Taste of Addison, Oktoberfest and Addison Kaboom Town, a fireworks display rated one of the top 5 in the country.
You don’t get to host an annual food festival without having some great restaurants to feature, and Addison certainly has no shortage. Ida Claire is a must, serving up southern faire and some of the areas most unique cocktails. Locals swear by Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill and Zoli’s NY Pizza is a new fave.
- Addison Circle Park
- Bitter Sisters Brewery
- Water Tower Theatre
- Mary Kay Museum
- Bosque Park
- Epic Helicopters
There are 12.92 miles from Dallas to Addison in north direction and 14 miles (22.53 kilometers) by car, following the DNT route. Dallas and Addison are 19 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop . This is the fastest route from Dallas, TX to Addison, TX.
- Addison is so technologically progressive it was named “Google’s 2014 E-City for the State of Texas.”
- More than 500,000 fans of fireworks and fun come to Addison each year for Addison Kaboom Town!, ranked in the top three fireworks shows in the nation by AOL.com.