Energy Efficiency Expo 2010

Co-Located with:

Hotel & Area Information
This page provides visitor information for your benefit. Energy Efficiency Expo 2010 will be held at the Gaylord Texan, which is six minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Below you will find information on:
© This Image Copyright 2004 Dallas CVB
Credits: Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau

Stay where the conference is!

Energy Efficiency Expo 2010 will be held at the Gaylord Texan. A special room rate of $179 is offered to attendees. Use the code
A=EMC10 to get the discounted room rate.

Gaylord Texan Hotel & Convention Center
1501 Gaylord Trail
Grapevine, Texas 76051

Tel: 817-778-2000

Click Here to Visit the Hotel's Web site.


Driving Directions to the Gaylord Texan Hotel from the Airport:
Take the north exit out of the airport towards highways 635/121. Continue north on 121 and take the Bass Pro exit. Turn left onto Bass Pro. Go Straight past Embassy Suites (on your right) at the light go left on Hwy. 26 West. Continue through the stop light on Fairway Drive. Turn right into the hotel entrance on Gaylord Trail.

Gaylord Texan Transportaion Services
The Gaylord Texan provides transportaion services. Visit their Web site to learn more and book your transportaion or call (817) 778-2277 for more information on transportation options.

Economical Option – Super Shuttle:
When taking the Super Shuttle, plan for a one-hour trip each way between the hotel and the airport. Upon arrival to the airport you must use the phones in Baggage Claim to call Super Shuttle for pickup.

Pricing for Super Shuttle Shared Rides
    •  DFW Airport: $12 per person
    •  Love Field: $22 per person


Hungry?  Tired of Hotel food or run-of-the mill restaurants?

© This Image Copyright 2004 Dallas CVB
Credits: Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau

There is a vast and eclectic choice of eating venues in Dallas. Being in Texas, there is no shortage of barbecue pits, steakhouses, and Tex/Mex places. There is also a plethora of restaurants displaying the ethnic diversity of the city as well as New American and fusion cuisine.

Café Brazil
A Dallas favorite, this affordable café/diner is open 24/7 Friday-through Saturday!

Multiple locations throughout Dallas.
2815 Elm St.
Dallas, Texas 75226-1508

West End

RJ Mexican Cuisine
This well-regarded Mexican venue is minutes away from your hotel, and features a wide selection of well presented dishes.

1701 N. Market St, Suite 102
Dallas, TX - 75202
Tel Number: (214) 744-1420
Fax Number: (469) 546-4607

Deep Ellum

An award winning eclectic New American cuisine venue. Often features live music.
2120 Mckinney Ave.

Dallas TX, 75201

Northwest Dallas

© This Image Copyright 2004 Dallas CVB
Credits: Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau

Sonny Bryans’
This BBQ joint is a world famous Dallas institution!  Established in 1910, this affordable place has served U.S. presidents, athletes, entertainers and other famous clientele!

12720 Hillcrest Road, Suite 910
Dallas, TX 75230
Fax: 214-350-3738
Phone: 214-350-1800

Oak Cliff

Tillman’s Roadhouse
A revamped Texas roadhouse with lush décor and an amazing menu filled with improvised classic Texas dishes.

Tillman's Roadhouse
Bishop Arts District
324 West 7th Street
Dallas, Texas 75208

Corporate Entertaining:

East Dallas

Café Istanbul
Dallas’ only Turkish Restaurant. recommended for its yogurtlu kebabs.

5450 W Lovers Ln # 222
Dallas TX, 75209

Oak Lawn

Nick & Sam's Steak and Fish House
A very fine and posh steakhouse and seafood venue.  Known for its great hospitality, service and phenomenal menu and bar. Dress code strictly enforced!

2305 Cedar Springs Rd Suite 405
Dallas TX, 75201
214 871 7444


Bob's Steak & Chop House
This is one of the best steakhouses in the country.

4300 Lemmon Avenue
(at Wycliff)
Dallas, TX 75219



© This Image Copyright 2004 Dallas CVB
Credits: Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau

Dallas Museum of Art
A very fine city art museum. Features works from ancient Eastern and Western cultures.
1717 North Harwood
Dallas TX 75201

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
The infamous sixth floor of the Texas Book Depository from where Lee Harvey Oswald Assassinated President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. This is an intriguing and moving glimpse of Dallas’ history.
411 Elm Street
Dallas, TX  75202

Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture
A very good museum of the history of Dallas from prehistoric times to the present day.
100 S. Houston St.
Dallas, TX 75202

© This Image Copyright 2004 Dallas CVB
Credits: Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau

The Dallas World Aquarium
One of the country’s truly exceptional zoos/aquariums!  Tour starts from a rainforest canopy to the lower aquarium level.
1801 N Griffin St
Dallas, TX 75202

Nasher Sculpture Center
Need tranquility from the hustle of the city?  Want culture, but too busy to go to the art museum? Here’s a bit of both! This unique urban oasis is also a type of roofless art museum, with a variety of modern sculptures occupying the place.
2001 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201

Irving, Texas

Southfork Ranch
For those who remember TV’s “Dallas,” this is the ranch where all the drama and action took place. Currently a working cattle driving ranch. Good for day trips out of Dallas.
Toll-free: 800-989-7800
Direct: 972-442-7800
3700 Hogge Road - Parker TX 75002



Webcom Home Directories/CD-ROMs Advertising Subscriptions E-Newsletters Webcom Products Mailing Lists Webcom Events Contact Us Webcom's Publications About Webcom Webcom Home

© 2010  Webcom Communications