Mo and Sally's Trip To Dallas! Checking out some of our favorite restaurants and Mo takes a trip down Memory Lane.
The Barber Shop Mo's Father Owned. The current owners kept the original chairs and is refurbishing them! How cool is that.
When Mo's father owned the shop it was called "Ralph's Barber Shop." Ralph was Mo's father's name.
Mo used to sweep these floors.
This sign was up when Mo's dad owned the shop some 40 years ago!
The shop's current owner is keeping the original chairs and is in the process of repairing them.
This is Baylor Hospital where Mo was born. Babies born there are referred to as "Baylor Babies"
We visited the final resting place of Mo's parents, Ralph and Azel Foster.
Mo's niece got this bench to honor her grandparents. She lived with them after her mother, Mo's sister passed away far too young.
We stayed at the historic Magnolia Hotel in Downtown Dallas. This horse is well represented throughout the hotel.
The building was originally a Mobil Co. building and the horse was their logo.
Ceiling by the elevator! Amazing.
The Magnolia Hotel building was build in the 1920s.
Original mailbox at Magnolia.
The home Mo shared with his first wife in Mesquite, Texas!
The home in Mesquite, Texas where Mo grew up!
Trendy restaurant in Dallas, The Meddlesome Moth.
Mo and his best friend Darrel outside The Moth.
Classic ads for Burlesque at The Meddlesome Moth.
Check out the date on this poster.
One of their signature dishes, crispy chicken skin.
Stain glass featuring classic artists.
Went to Cane Rosso, a iconic pizza joint in Deep Ellum,a part of downtown Dallas. Guy Fieri visited the restaurant for an episode of his Food Network Show, "Diners, Drive-Inns and Dives."
Our favorite place to get a burger, Snuffers!
Darrell, Lori, Sally and Mo. This is a craft beer brewery in the warehouse district.
It's hugely popular!
Beer sampling. Yum.