After a five-year hiatus, Central Market has brought back the popular immersive food and culture celebration called Passport, this time spotlighting Portugal.Read more
If it doesn’t move, monogram it. The 3 Marthas owners are no strangers to their neighbors’ love of a posh personalization.Read more
Oventure, the Dallas-based hands-free accessory line, has announced a new program supporting over 3,000 Oventure retailers nationally to help offset the negative effect of store closures due to COVID-19.Read more
The gym for climbers will open in the second half of 2020 with a 37,000 square-foot rock climbing gym, a yoga studio, climbing classes, and an outdoor fitness area operated by El Cap.Read more
It’s hard business luring people away from online shopping and into an actual brick and mortar store – especially with their children in tow.
Camp, a toy store that opened in New York City’s Flatiron District last December, is disrupting the retail industry with its out-of-the-box retail experience. This October, Dallasites will have a chance to step into the immersive experience.
“If you’re not going for the experience and can buy online then why (go shopping),”- Nikki KaufmanRead more
The Knox Street district already has a reputation as one of Texas’ and Dallas’ most walkable neighborhoods. Weir’s Furniture andRead more
Dallas may be far away from the West Coast, but it’s managed to pick up some of the quintessential CaliforniaRead more
The Tenants Modmarket Blue Sushi Sake Grill Trader Joe’s VertsKebap Pakpao Thai Tangerine Salon 18/8 men’s salon Orangetheory Fitness FrostRead more
You can always stop by Nest. The home interiors boutique only has one in-store sale a year, and it’s goingRead more
More cute stuff for your toddlers to come to Baby Bliss in Snider Plaza. If you’ve noticed the recent absenceRead more