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But don't expect to find any summer bargains here; the place will be locked shut. It's only open from September 1 to April 1, packing a year's worth of business into seven months, seven days a week. Hey, it works for them. Additionally: Hall's is the only full-service hobby house in the city. Other places may stock more model trains and what have you, but only Hall's carries the full range of remote-controlled model vehicles and rockets and kites and paint sets and so on.
Hall's has stood at the corner of Bryan and Fitzhugh for 55 years. Every time we drive by it, we're amazed it's still open for business, that area of East Dallas not striking us as housing a high concentration of hobbyists. And every time we drive by, we promise ourselves we'll stop in when we have more time. Maybe this weekend.
Plus, they have daffy table chess sets that serve as metaphors for nature's most virulent struggles: fish vs. We're waiting for Rottweilers vs. We were particularly delighted to find one that featured a medical-like photograph of an anus. It was perfect for the boss. It also carries cool magnets with bizarre cartoons, political statements, film icons including scenes from John Waters' films. This store also offers a large selection of artsy or unusual gift items, including custom jewelry, odd toiletry items, unique books and picture frames. The last time we hunted for an out-of-print gem, Sebastian Japrisot's One Deadly Summereven Amazon couldn't deliver.
On the way to the check-out, we passed on the recycled Blue Oyster Cult albums, but the selection looked pretty deep. NW Highway, Dallas, Map www. And quickly. We have visited this 3-year-old store on several occasions with watches in various states of disrepair. Each time, the problem was solved while we waited and so inexpensively that we had to ask twice to make certain we'd heard correctly how much the fix would cost. It's also possible that we had to ask twice because the staff is from Vietnam and more facile with jeweler's tools than with the king's English.
In fact, on our most recent visit, to have a pin in a watch band replaced, they took the time to explain that the pin bent because we wear our watch too tight, then refused to be paid at all. Imagine that: women's shoes that are meant to be walked in for sale, here in Dallas! The helpful salesman said the shipment was brand-new and in the store because this is the place where Dillard's tests new des. Think of it as a year-round Detroit Auto Show for feet: If a de goes over well here, Dillard's will sell it at all of its stores nationwide.
All this means that Dallas women can go to Dillard's, buy the latest de and actually help set a national trend. Oh, what fun! Sometimes, the garment hasn't even been worn. The owners of this place have a good eye. They arrange sleek thre in a way that even the not particularly skillful shopper can spot a tailored deal. You will find no Escada here. For those of us who have tired of that Dallas think Highland Park look--brightly colored suit, big hair--we want to commend any retailer who has tried to inject some style into the Dallas fashionista's mindset.
At the 8,square-foot store, about one quarter of which Condom to go dallas texas devoted to women's deer ready-to-wear lines, you'll find garments produced by Marc Jacobs, Viktor and Rolf, Joseph and Helmut Lang.
The store is expanding its shoe selections but right now carries Alaia.
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While others fear they represent Times Square-style blight, we think these stores add to the spice of life in the neighborhood. Where else can you get soap on a rope shaped like an oversized phallus, or gift bags that say, "Happy Birthday, you sexy bitch! The best place to shop for ski clothes in Dallas is in McKinney. So much of this "Best of" business is subjective, but about Bobbye Hall's we can objectively state the following: Bobbye Hall's Hobby House is the best hobby house owned by a year-old woman named Bobbye Hall who still comes to work every morning at 9.
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With its huge selection, its reasonably nice shopping environment and half-decent coffee in the restaurant, this is the place to try before Amazon. Like our high school prom date, A Jewelry Place isn't much to look at, but it gets the job done. A recent expedition in search of some comfortable sandals uncovered something that was otherwise unavailable elsewhere: a sharp-looking new de from Ecco, a British company that specializes in shoes made to be walked in.
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