In April, I'm going to receive a friend visiting from out of the country. Her plane lands at DFW, so before we head out to longer-term destinations, we may take her out to see things in Dallas that weekend. She's been to the US once before for a few weeks, but it was all Yankeeland (no offense to our northern brethren--well, maybe a little) so I want to do what I can to give her some exposure to the area. She really doesn't like being a tourist (something I can relate to), so all the tourist traps and their kitsch are right out. As much as I love Texas, I really don't have any ideas about what we can do/where we can eat that are really unique to Texas or Dallas (at least, not anything that's not tourist-y). I mean, yeah, "miles of franchises dotting urban sprawl" really defines Dallas pretty well, but that just doesn't seem like the thing to see. I'd love to snag some Dallas GTers and meet, but unfortunately this really won't be an appropriate time for it. Any suggestions?