The Lame Dallas Versions of America's Most Iconic Streets

Dallas doesn't have a Beale Street. If it did, it would suck.EXPAND
Dallas doesn't have a Beale Street. If it did, it would suck.

America has many iconic streets. Some are famous as centers of commerce or government, others for their world-class shopping or music.

Dallas has many of those same streets, except without any of the qualities that make them iconic. In fact, many of Dallas' famously named streets aren't really fit for human habitation.

Below, we give you a tour of America's most famous streets — and their Dallas counterparts. The suburbs we include in the honorable mention.

1. Wall Street

Wall Street, New York City
Wall Street, New York City

Wall Street in New York City is a symbol of American capitalism.

Wall Street, DallasEXPAND
Wall Street, Dallas
Eric Nicholson

Wall Street in Dallas is much more literal.

2. Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street, New OrleansEXPAND
Bourbon Street, New Orleans

Bourbon Street in New Orleans is a place where booze and iniquity — i.e. fun — flow freely.

Bourbon Street, DallasEXPAND
Bourbon Street, Dallas
Eric Nicholson

Bourbon Street in Dallas is not.


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