For those who crave a true Texas experience, this specialty store is definitely a must-visit. Whether you are looking for a souvenir for your aunt, cowboy hats for your kids, a pair of cowboy boots for yourself, or even an extravagant gift for that special someone, you can find it all at Wild Bill's. The store caters to Dallas' out-of-town visitors by offering shipping worldwide.
No Dallas visit is complete without a trip to Neiman Marcus. Although the suburban locations are lovely in themselves, only the original downtown store gives you the full effect of Neiman Marcus. Elevator operators announce the floors, and beautifully presented merchandise tempts even the most resistant shopper. The world-famous Zodiac Room is the perfect location to enjoy an elegant lunch. Every well-known, upscale designer is represented and many have exclusive boutiques within the store. The level of service is impeccable.
One of Dallas's largest and most popular shopping centers, the Galleria offers more than 200 shops anchored by Macy's, Marshall Field's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Nordstrom. The mall also boasts an ice-skating center, various entertainment venues, a private sports and social club, a hotel, a five-screen General Cinema theater and many fine restaurants. The Galleria is the perfect place to spend a leisurely afternoon, shopping to your heart's content before catching a movie.
This upscale center is typical Highland Park--trendy boutique shops and stores that offer exceptional services. Located minutes from downtown at Preston Road and Mockingbird Lane, Highland Park Village offers free valet parking and a variety of shops, including Ralph Lauren and Banana Republic, as well as boutiques by Chanel, Cole Haan, Escada and Hermes. All that shopping can work up an appetite, so stop by Café Pacific, Celebrity Restaurant and Bakery, or Mi Cocina.
NorthPark is Dallas' fashion destination with spectacular retail options, museum quality 20th-century art, and walkways landscaped to perfection. Stores here include Na Hoku Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Foley's, Dillard's, Kate Spade, Charles David, and more. NorthPark Center also offers a range of dining options, including McCormick & Shmick's Seafood Restaurant, Maggiano's Little Italy, and P.F. Chang's China Bistro. Convenient services include tax-free shopping for international visitors and complimentary shuttle to and from the DART/Park Lane Light Rail.
Half Price Books' flagship store is located in Dallas. This location is enormous, and book lovers will want to clear their schedules for the day so they can browse here for hours. After you've made your selections, you can stop by the cafe located in the store to start on your reads and enjoy a cup of coffee.
If you have an eye for fashion and a passion to shop, drop by at Crimson in the City. All the latest trends and fashions can be bought here. You not only get apparel but also accessories to match your garment. Unique, sophisticated and elegant, it all spells Crimson! Open thursdays and fridays 11am onwards.
If you need to stock up your fridge with daily supplies of soda and fresh fast food, 7-Eleven is the place to be. It is here that you can pick up delicious burgers, corn dogs, hot dogs, sandwiches and more and savor them in peace in the comforts of your home. If you are planning a party and need last minute fix for your guests, 7-Eleven will come to your rescue. All the food on their racks is absolutley fresh and has a unique flavor.
This is a smaller 7-Eleven store as compared to its counterparts in the neighborhood but it is definitely big on convenience. If you are driving back from work or leaving for an early morning trip, it is here that you can stock up all the necessary supplies. Pick up their fresh sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, and more. If you need munchies and sodas for your upcoming party, you will find a variety here. When you leave do not forget to grab a Slurpee on your way out and enjoy it while you drive home.
This gallery, located in Downtown Dallas, hosts grand sales of fashion lines, where you can find the collection you've been looking for. This is a great place for fashion store retailers to visit and decide what they want to stock in a particular season. The gallery has played host to designers, such as Trina Turk, Michael Cohen, Nony Tochterman and Gerard Yosca. The gallery also features an eatery, if you like to munch on something.