Located five miles from downtown, Preston Hollow is one of Dallas' most affluent neighborhoods, characterized by its mix of sprawling estates, ranch-style homes and village-like shopping areas. In addition to its myriad of restaurants and shops, the neighborhood is well known for being home to high-profile residents such as Mark Cuban, Ross Perot and former President George W. Bush.
See & Do
Preston Hollow is home to several beautiful parks, including the ever expanding Northaven Trail, a linear park that stretches east and west across the area. Along with hiking and biking, the trail provides a gathering place for an array of community events, ranging from fun runs and movie nights to neighborhood parades.
Offering something for just about every budget and taste, Preston Hollow is increasingly becoming Dallas' go-to spot for trendy restaurants and family-friendly eateries. Locals and visitors alike hit up The Mercury, an award-winning restaurant known for its sophisticated American cuisine. Pizza aficionados flock to Dough for authentic Neapolitan style pies. And be sure to check out the dumpling bar at Royal China, a Preston Hollow mainstay since 1974.
Flanked by three of Dallas prime shopping centers: Preston Center at the south, Northpark Mall to the east and the Galleria to the north, Preston Hollow has no shortage of shopping options. But if you're after something more unique, you'll want to head over to places like The Toy Maven, offering a treasure trove of playthings you won't find at the big box stores. For bespoke suits and men's apparel, Ken's Man's Shop has been Dallas' premier contemporary haberdashery since 1964. And for ladies footwear and accessories, J. Renee Shoes and More is a first port-of-call for Dallas' style-savvy fashionistas.