Top Choice Mall in Dallas

NorthPark Center

Almost 2 million sq ft of retail space, NorthPark's major stores include Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Macy's. It has hundreds of other retailers, including most upscale brands. Despite its size, it gets jammed and p…
Market in Dallas

Dallas Farmers Market

Buy produce directly from the growers, or shop for flowers and antiques at this multibarn market. It's at its best Thursday to Saturday. After the Food Network gave it some hype, the Pecan Lodge, an outlet for beef …
Mall in Dallas


The Galleria defined Dallas and conspicuous consumption in the 1980s and 1990s. Its main anchors include Nordstrom, Macy's and Belk, as well as an iconic ice-skating rink. But the last time we were there, we couldn'…
Mall in Dallas

Highland Park Village

For an eye-rolling, gasp-inducing and credit-card-maxing experience, head to Spanish Mission–style Highland Park Village in upper-crust Highland Park, which claims to be the oldest suburban shopping center in the wo…
Department Store in Dallas

Neiman Marcus

A downtown landmark, this six-story veteran was the first Neiman Marcus store. Today it's still a wonderful place to enjoy a timeless shopping experience.
Books in Dallas

Paperbacks Plus

Local fave for used books in Lakewood.
Toys in Dallas

Froggie's 5 & 10

Kids will adore this old-fashioned toy store with a smart-alecky edge: wash-off tattoos, retro candy, books and silly stuff.
Music in Dallas

Good Records

Greenville Ave is home to one of Dallas’ only indie record stores. According to the store philosophy, it carries whatever’s ‘good.’
Clothing in Dallas

Wild Bill's Western Store

Wild Bill's is a treasure chest of Western wear. You'll find Stetsons, snakeskin boots, oilskin jackets, oversize belt buckles, rhinestone-covered T-shirts, fun kitschy souvenirs, popguns and other toys, country mus…
Vintage in Dallas


Amidst all the funk of Deep Ellum, this store stands out for the slack-jawed people outside looking in the window. Dedicated to 'the best of the last millennium' it sells the kind of old toys, lunch boxes and memor…