10Best Dallas, TX Shopping
If you plan to visit the flagship Neiman Marcus in downtown, park in the covered parking lot across the street for free with a validated parking ticket.
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New & Notable Dallas Shopping
Hot, new shopping in Dallas & trendy shopping spots to check out this month.
Dallas visitors who want to enjoy a day of luxury shopping, ice skating and fine dining should head on over to the Dallas Galleria during the holiday season. This beautiful mall goes all out for the holidays, complete with a giant Christmas tree in the middle of the ice skating rink. Read more »All New & Notable Dallas Shopping »
It's here, it's here! Trader Joe's has finally come to the Dallas suburbs. That's right, the second Trader Joe's in North Texas (the first opened in Ft. Worth) opened in Plano in September 2012. Dallasites couldn't be happier, as they can now buy $2.99 "Two Buck Chuck" wine and cookie butter. If you've never experienced the Trader Joe's phenomenon, you can in Dallas now Read more »All New & Notable Dallas Shopping »
About Dallas, TX Shopping
Pastime, hobby, obsession: however you choose to put it, that's what shopping is to Dallas natives. From the chic and trendy Uptown shopping district to the sprawling suburban malls, the Dallas area is blanketed with shops, shops and more shops. Three malls that consistently get top billing among knowledgeable shoppers are the Galleria, Highland Park Village and NorthPark Center. These notable retail centers house hundreds of stores and high-end designer favorites Versace, Gucci, Prada and Saks Fifth Avenue. Also a shopper's haven, the West End Marketplace features a large collection of restaurants and shops, including Wild Bill's, the perfect spot for the western gear for which Texans are famous. Western Warehouse, located west of downtown, also sells quality boots, clothes, hats and accoutrements. The flagship Neiman Marcus store remains downtown, reminding guests that Dallas is the birthplace of this upscale retail chain. McKinney Avenue and Uptown, serviced by the historic McKinney Avenue trolley, feature upscale art and antique stores; meanwhile, Greenville Avenue and Deep Ellum showcase clothing boutiques and funky art shops.
- Dallas Expert Joseph K. Hall Jr.