If Oscar Wilde's bon vivant, Dorian Gray, lived in Dallas rather than Victorian London, we could find him at the artsy lobby of The Joule Hotel. Joined by fellow aesthetes, his morning begins with a scone and cortado at Weekend Coffee, where the previous night's theater ignites spirited opinions. Eventually bored with the mindless chatter, he reclines in a midcentury modern chair, perusing titillating images from a glossy tome in The TASCHEN Library. Next, he meanders through the Hotel Shop, sniffing candles named "Loose Lips" and "Loveless." After lunching at Americano or CBD Provisions, he laughs riotously with a foxy "friend" over craft cocktails. If you desire to follow Lord Henry's iffy advice, "Be always searching for new sensations," then this lobby will indulge every whim.