1515 N. I-35 East
Desoto, TX 75115
Phone: (972) 224-9100
Fax: (972) 228-8238
Formerly named Foley's, Macy's came into the limelight when it acquired one of Dallas' most popular department stores, Sanger-Harris. With locations in several major malls across the city, Macy's offers shoppers a wide variety of popular brand names, well-known designer stuff and lots more at wallet-pleasing rates. Apparel for the whole family, furniture, gifts and accessories are all in abundant supply, as well as linens, bedding and coats. An extensive bridal registry and online shopping enhance the appeal.
This new edition to the South Dallas side has become a big hit due to its' big selection of retail chains such as mega-stores Barnes and Noble and Dick's Sporting Goods. If shopping isn't your forte then the dining may bring you this way with Bailey's Prime Plus or Razoo's. Or perhaps the open pavilion in the center of the plaza with free water fountains for the kids to play in while the adults munch on fresh pretzels and lemonade from the Wetzel's Pretzels. A fun outing for all with the variety of what Uptown Village offers.
Emporium Pies serves up a selection of delicious gourmet pies that will surely change the way you think about this humble, classic dessert. Every pie is prepared using all natural, seasonal ingredients, creating a menu that changes with the seasons, offering new treats to discover and explore. Some popular regulars include the smooth operator with French silk chocolate and a pretzel crust, the cloud nine with caramel, butterscotch and brown sugar meringue, and the Drunken nut with bourbon pecan and shortbread crust. Sweet, scrumptious and unlike anything you have tasted before, these pies will certainly keep you coming back for more.
This clothing store, at the end of the Bishops Art District has more childrens clothes (girls 0-14) (boys 0-7) per square inch than can be contained. They even put racks out on the porch of this reused home. However, clothing and a few items that may belong in a diaper bag are the specialty so don't expect an array of children's items. The clothing is a wide variety and definitely tips the cuteness factor. If a baby shower is in the future, stopping here might just be what is needed.
Located in the Bishops Art District, this unique gift shop is a blast to visit. It is most commonly visited for the handmade soaps and bath items from natural products around the work. However, it should be noted for the amazing candles and unique gift items. The prices are very reasonable, which can be difficult around this shopping center. A stop here will be one of fun and complete relaxation after smelling the different products that will surely put you in a natural state of mind.
Bishop Street Market is less of a traditional market and more of a unique artistic gift shop with one-of-a-kind items ranging from sculptures to soaps to the most creative gift cards in the city. If individual is your style then you will meet your match here. Voted "Best Gift Store" by such notable sources as "D" Magazine, The Dallas Morning News, and Texas Monthly, how can you pass by without a stop?
The Bishops Art District is a shopping paradise found in the middle of Oak Cliff. This artistic, inviting district is a collection of unique, independent shops, restaurants, and galleries. There's a lot to explore, so wear your walking shoes. Whether you're looking for something for your home, your pet, or your friends, you'll find one-of-a-kind items to fit your needs here.
Dallas has plenty of big malls but sometimes those little intimate Mom and Pop shops can be sorely missed. For one of those reminiscent moments stop over at the Downtown Carrollton shopping area. This old downtown still stands as a block of old shops that have been occupied by independent craft and antique sellers.
Come to the Dallas Farmers Market early to make sure you can pick up the best of the best from their selection of produce, meat, plants, and more. Many of the items sold here have been grown by farmers within a 150 mile (241 kilometers) radius of the market. The market also hosts special events like book signings, cooking demos, festivals, and other fun activities.
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.
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.