Shop­ping Cen­ters/ De­part­ment Stores

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GAL­LE­RIA DAL­LAS— An­chored by Belk, Nord­strom, Macy’s and Ba­nana Repub­lic, this mall also has an ice rink, 27 restau­rants/eater­ies and more than 200 shops from around the world.­le­ri­adal­ 13350 Dal­las Pkwy., 972.702.7100.

HIGH­LAND PARK VIL­LAGE— Opened in 1931, High­land Park Vil­lage is rec­og­nized as the first shop­ping cen­ter in Amer­ica and is home to in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned shops such as Chanel, Carolina Her­rera, Ralph Lau­ren, Her­més, Es­cada and Harry Win­ston. www.hpvil­ South­west cor­ner of Mock­ing­bird Lane and Pre­ston Road, 214.559.2740.

MOCK­ING­BIRD STA­TION— Ma­jor restau­rants and tons of great shop­ping at stores in­clud­ing The Gap, Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret, Ur­ban Outfitters and West Elm. Stop and catch a flick at the An­ge­lika Film Cen­ter & Cafe. www.mock­ing­bird­sta­ 5307 E. Mock­ing­bird Lane, 214.452.7180.

NEIMAN MAR­CUS— A Dal­las tra­di­tion in el­e­gance for al­most a cen­tury. The flag­ship down­town store de­fines the chain’s tra­di­tions of ser­vice and so­phis­ti­ca­tion. Visit the Ar­mani, Chanel and Es­cada bou­tiques and stay for lunch at the leg­endary Zo­diac Room, where Dal­las so­cialites have been hold­ing court for gen­er­a­tions. Mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions. 1618 Main St., 214.741.6911; 400 NorthPark Cen­ter, 214.363.8311 2201 Dal­las Pkwy., Plano, 972.629.1700.

NORTHPARK CEN­TER— Lo­cated in the heart of the city, NorthPark Cen­ter is home to nearly 250 lux­ury and ex­clu­sive re­tail­ers. NorthPark also show­cases mu­seum-qual­ity art through­out the grounds and fea­tures ma­jor works by renowned artists in­clud­ing Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Jim Dine, Barry Flana­gan and Bev­erly Pep­per, among oth­ers. www.north­park­cen­ 8687 N. Cen­tral Expy., 214.363.7441.

PLAZA AT PRE­STON CEN­TER— This chic Park Cities shop­ping cen­ter is home to an eclec­tic as­sort­ment of spe­cialty bou­tiques fea­tur­ing up­scale women’s cloth­ing, jew­elry, gifts, home ac­cents and a full range of trendy din­ing choices. www. the­p­laza­at­pre­ston­cen­ 8300 Pre­ston Road, 469.232.0000.

SNIDER PLAZA— This fam­ily-friendly shop­ping cen­ter of­fers charm­ing bou­tiques, an­tiques shops, home decor stores and some of Dal­las’ most beloved restau­rants like Kuby’s Sausage House and Bubba’s Cooks Coun­try. www.snider­

THE SHOPS AT LEGACY— High-end re­tail shops and quaint side­walk cafés pro­vide the “Shops” part of the Legacy Town Cen­ter, which in­cludes busi­ness and res­i­den­tial in a “Main Street Amer­ica” en­vi­ron­ment. In­dulge at Artin’s Grill or Blue Mar­tini, catch a movie at The An­ge­lika and find the per­fect out­fit at Blinc, plus much more.­satle­ The Dal­las North Toll­way at Legacy Drive, Plano, 214.473.9700.

STONEBRIAR CEN­TRE— An­chored by Nord­strom and Macy’s, Stonebriar Cen­tre is home to more than 165 stores and restau­rants rang­ing from fin­ing din­ing such as Perry’s Steak­house ca­sual spots like Cal­i­for­nia Pizza Kitchen. Make a day out of the trip with AMC 24, Dave & Busters, a carousel and a chil­dren’s play­ground.­stone­ 2601 Pre­ston Road, Frisco, 972.668.6255

WEST 7TH— Fine din­ing and the arts have united to cre­ate the dy­namic force that is Fort Worth’s West 7th Street surge. This din­ing and shop­ping mecca is home to a va­ri­ety of re­tail es­tab­lish­ments, in­clud­ing Cli­mate Ski & Sports, Index Skate­board Sup­ply, Flirt Bou­tique, Reads Jew­el­ers and more. Shop un­til you nearly drop then head to Waters, Mash’d, Thir­teen Pies or Kin Kin Ur­ban Thai to re­fuel. West 7th Street, Fort Worth.

WEST VIL­LAGE— Up­town’s premier shop­ping and din­ing des­ti­na­tion West Vil­lage fea­tures lo­cal bou­tiques as well as es­tab­lished re­tail brands, from J.Crew to Suit Sup­ply. Restau­rants like Mi Cocina, Vil­lage Burger Bar, Malai Kitchen and Taco Diner keep pa­trons’ taste buds happy, and the small Mag­no­lia movie the­ater (with a Paci­ugo gelato shop in­side) of­fers the per­fect way to end a date night. www.west­vil­lagedal­ 3699 McKin­ney Ave., Dal­las.

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