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Clothes Circuit In Dallas

Stores In Dallas-Clothes Circuit In Dallas, the pioneer of luxury consignment located in the heart of the Park Cities, has long been the go-to destination in the community for fashion-loving women. Being fiscally and environmentally conscious about clothing is certainly on trend in today’s market, and we bring together lovers of contemporary, luxury designer fashion. We pride ourselves on our community roots, friendly staff and, of course, great finds on one-of-a-kind contemporary designer clothing, jewelry and accessories. The strong, loyal customer and consigner base is the foundation of Clothes Circuit’s success, and these clients span across the globe. Since 1983, Clothes Circuit has welcomed more than 32,000 consignors and features approximately 600 brands in the store at any moment. Whether your heart skips a beat for Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, David Yurman, Rag and Bone, Free People, Tory Burch or Lululemon, with 500 items added each day to our inventory, you’ll find your fashion bliss at a great price. Shopping Hours: Monday – Saturday: 10am – 7pm Sunday: Noon – 6pm
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Dallas Market Center

Stores In Dallas-Dallas Market Center is a global business-to-business trade center and the leading wholesale marketplace in North America connecting retailers and interior designers with top manufacturers in home décor, furniture, gifts, lighting and fashion. Inside its dynamic, five million square foot campus near downtown Dallas, nearly 200,000 customers from all 50 states and 85 countries seek industry trends, business education and new products via open-daily showrooms and from exhibitors participating in trade events held throughout the year. Hours of Operation Monday - Friday | 8:00am - 5:00pm
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Royal Blue Grocery In Dallas

Stores In Dallas-Royal Blue Grocery In Dallas, is a compact urban market that opened its doors in in Downtown Austin in 2006. There are currently six locations in Downtown Austin and two in Dallas, with more on the way for the DFW Metroplex. In early 2019, the first San Antonio location will open on Houston and Soledad Streets. Each Royal Blue is different from the next, tailored specifically for the neighborhood it serves, and the people who frequent it every day. Royal Blue offers a little bit of everything, from Stumptown coffee and freshly prepared grab-and-go offerings, to conventional grocery and convenience items, and always tons of locally sourced products from a long list of unique brands and producers. Called a bodega by some, a corner store by others, Royal Blue is a modern urban grocery store that has just what you need - where you need it, when you need it.
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Jimmys Food Store In Dallas

Stores In Dallas-Jimmys Food Store In Dallas, History:Grandfather James and Father James had grocery store in South Dallas 20 years before Jimmy’s opened in 1966. Grandfather James and Father James opened Jimmy’s Food Store August 1966. The store opened but soon after Grandfather James died. Mother Marie and Father James ran a grocery store on their own together for many years prior to running Jimmy’s. Brothers Mike and Paul started working in the store in their early teens and continue to work together. From 1966 to 1997 the neighborhood around Jimmy’s changed from general grocery store to imports for the community – African, Cuban, Mexican, etc. During that time Jimmy’s carried Italian sausage and traditional Italian holiday goodies only during the Thanksgiving/Christmas Holidays. In 1997 brothers Mike and Paul made the commitment to change their focus to Italian Foods and concentrate on their own Italian heritage. Marie DiCarlo started rolling her own meatballs and selling them to the public. With input from customers items were added to the inventory. Native Italians, Italian Americans, New York Italians all sharing stories and memories of how they grew up. Many regions in the US are as diverse in customs and foods as the regions in Italy are. Interest in Italian Wine flourished in the U.S. and ALL the regions of Italy are represented. ONLY Italian wine is put on the shelves at Jimmy’s. October 2004 fire struck Jimmy’s and the store, except for the outside structure, was completely destroyed. From December 2004 to November 2005 the store remained opened in an abbreviated status at the Siegel’s Liquor Store in the Quadrangle. February 2005 Marie DiCarlo passes away leaving the family to carry on her recipes. November 2005 the new Jimmy’s Food Store opens at the restored location. Due to the fire the store is expanded and the Italian imports take over the entire store. All aspects of the inventory were expanded and most particularly the wine. 2006 - Mary DiCarlo Francis (sister or Mike and Paul) begins sharing her talents by adding Italian desserts. She has added recipes from her grandmother, her mother (Marie) and her own specialties. Her fig cookies are a special favorite bringing back memories and tastes for many of the customers. 2006 - A wine room – Circolo del Vino was added and has become a venue for Italian wine tastings and wine dinners. We are privileged to host Italian vineyard owners and winemakers to educate us on their wines and winemaking. Open Monday – Saturday 9:00 AM to 7:30 PM Closed Sunday
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Grocery Clearance Center In Dallas

Stores In Dallas-Grocery Clearance Center In Dallas,Imagine. a discount grocery store overflowing with name brand groceries, organic, all-natural and salt-, wheat- and gluten-free foods, fresh produce, frozen foods, refrigerated items, general merchandise, health and beauty aids . . .all at an average of fifty percent less than their cost at a conventional store. This is what The Grocery Clearance Center is all about. Thinking fondly of his first days at the store’s original location on South Tyler Street, Gary M. Gluckman, the founder and owner, recalls, “I was a young, single, long-haired immigrant from South Africa, eager to live the ‘American Dream’. I opened the store with nothing but a big idea, a half dozen used shelves, one home-style freezer and maybe $5,000 in inventory.” “In ’93, most people had never heard of a salvage grocery store. I literally gave away food to prove its quality to my first skeptical walk-ins. Steadily word of the food’s wholesomeness and the deep discounts spread, and we developed a large and fiercely-loyal customer base.” “Over the years, I’ve watched toddlers prepare for their high school graduation, and witnessed many rowdy teenagers mature into responsible citizens and parents. Many of those first wary customers are now treasured, long-time friends. We’ve grown older and wiser together.” In 2007, Gluckman, now a proud American citizen, husband and father, moved The Grocery Clearance Center to KiestHill Plaza at the intersection of South Cockrell Hill Road and Kiest Boulevard in North Oak Cliff. “With our tripled retail space, we were able to add a wider selection of organic, all-natural, wheat and gluten free products to our line of more conventional groceries, meats, produce and health and beauty aids.” Each week the Grocery Clearance Center welcomes many new bargain shoppers, while never failing to remember and appreciate our veteran customers. Hours: Wednesday 8:30am–7pm Thursday 8:30am–7pm Friday 8:30am–7pm Saturday 8:30am–7pm Sunday 10am–7pm Monday 8:30am–7pm Tuesday 8:30am–7pm
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