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Dallas bar deemed one of the places in America to find a rich husband

Dallas bar deemed one of the places in America to find a rich husband

The bar at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Town & Country says the Mansion Bar is a hot spot for landing a rich husband.  Photo courtesy of Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

If you're a Dallas woman looking for a man who's got more in his wallet than a Chase debit card and a Capriotti's buy-12-get-1 punch card, Town & Country has you covered. The Mansion Bar made the magazine's list of “The Best Bars and Clubs to Meet a Rich Husband.

Town & Country touts the bar at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek as “the chicest place to congregate after a black tie ball or Cowboys game.” It goes on, “Tucked away in the Uptown hotel, this cozy locale features live music nightly and attracts the 1% of all ages.”

Of course, anyone can actually go to the Mansion Bar (provided they don't mind paying to play the part), so it's best for any woman angling for a sugar daddy to keep a keen eye. Just because he's “in real estate” doesn't mean he isn't eating ramen every night.

Houston's Brasserie 19 also made the list. According to CultureMap Houston social scribe Shelby Hodge, regulars at the River Oaks spot “know that a perch at the bar or a place on the ever-popular patio is prime seating for seeing-and-being-seen.”

And for those Dallasites who get up to Aspen in the summer, know that Town & Country thinks the Caribou Club is a must-stop for all the single ladies.  

“Any husband-hunting gal with a penchant for private jets and sables knows that's where the dough boys sip their 25-year-old Macallan while looking for 25-year-old babes,” Hodge writes.

No word on if Lloyd Christmas hangs out there, though. 

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