If you frequent markets in Dallas, then we are your go-to girls for advice on where to drink, dine, shop and center yourself after a long day. Discovering refreshing and unique goods for your store is hard work, and all that hard work deserves to be rewarded.
We put a few faves below, but this is an ever evolving list so be sure to check back often. You are also more than welcome to DM us on Instagram or text our team if you are one of many loyal customers on a text to order basis.🥰
Bar Eden Lounge: The ambiance at this lounge in Bishop Arts is a breath of fresh air after a long day.
Triumphs: Located in the design district, this unique spot is great for unique spirits and creative coffee drinks
Town Hearth: In the arts district, eclectically designed and great for drinks, but the food is a bit heavy for market trips. Order the Azalea or Hi Rose if you are a tequila girl.
Katy Trail Ice House: Right on the Katy Trail, enjoy a Biergarten-style setting with an icy cold beer and chips & queso! Seating is first come first serve, but there is a lot of room with activities to enjoy on a nice day in Dallas.
Beverly's Bistro & Bar: A straight shot down Wycliff and the food is delicious and refreshing. The Fritto Misto is a clear winner to start and the Scottish Salmon is full of fresh, mouthwatering flavors.
Carte Blanche Bakery: If you're one of the lucky few to get a dinner res, then you must know somebody. If you're just looking to delight your senses and indulge in one-of-a-kind French pastries before a busy day at market, then you must add this bakery to your list. It's only open Thursday - Sunday from 7:00 to 12:00 so be sure to check your calendar. The menu is seasonal but if you're here in June, the Strawberry, Rose, & Pistachio Croissant is truly special.
Flower Child: I quick ride to Inwood, this vibrant spot serves healthy food for a happy world. It's uplifting interior is great for dining with friends, and it's a great option to order online for quick pickup. Don't forget to add a seasonal lemonade to your order!
Oishii: Don't let the strip mall fool you, this is a hidden sushi gem popular among locals. They serve some of the best sushi in Dallas it's minutes away from Market. Reservations are highly encouraged.
Talulah & Hess: One of our first customers in 2015, this shop never disappoints. If you are looking to treat yourself or gather design inspiration, you must stop in this shop in Lakewood. While there, pop over to Matt's for Tex-Mex or a margarita!
Marcel Market: This french market is an inviting space to peruse Parisian goods and find specialty clothing - think yummy jams and antique tapestries remade into adorable skirts. Located in Bishop Arts, you can walk the quaint streets and pop in to drink, dine or be inspired by many eclectic spots in the area.
If you have time and like to center yourself or dance up a sweat, then there are several boutique fitness studios to suit your needs.
Haven: In a few words, Haven is a space to be well. Located on East Mockingbird, this calming studio has everything from Vinyasa flows (both warm & hot), sound baths, cold plunge and yin yoga.
Shine Hot Pilates: This hot and lively studio will leave you reminiscing over your dance party days in college. If loud music, cardio and strength are your thing, a class here is not to be missed. There is a location in Uptown near market and another in East Dallas if you are renting a house or staying with friends.