923 Windbell Circle
Mesquite, TX 75149
Phone: (972) 285-6300
Fax: (972) 285-7677
923 Windbell Circle, Mesquite, TX, US, 75149
- Phone: (972) 285-6300
- Fax: (972) 285-7677
Lucky Dog Books is definitely a bookworm's heaven. Having opened in 1974, Lucky Dog Books has been a favorite of local literature lovers. Stocking books of every genre from romance to biography to science-fiction. Buy used books, comics, magazines, music, movies at discounted prices or you can even sell your old books to them for cash or store-credit so you can revamp your collection.
You met Karen Nueberger on the Oprah show, now see her cozy pajamas at The Maddox Shop. Available from small to extra-large sizes for $32-$58, these are the most attractive and comfortable pj's imaginable. In addition, there are cotton pajamas by Alepin, and a Canadian line. Add custom-fitted lingerie for everyone from brides to expectant and nursing mothers and you have a collection to satisfy every lingerie need.
Curiosities is a quirky store boasting of a diverse collection of folk art and antiques. Coming here, you might spot skeletons, deer heads, jukeboxes, and other seemingly random items. This is a shop to explore, as it really does live up to its name. So set aside some time to get lost here, and get ready to be surprised at every turn.
Good Records is a paradise for music lovers. If you like to preserve your favorite artists' work and still believe in buying records, cds & dvds then you have come to the right place. The fun doesn't stop there: they also have many live performances at the store. This store is the real deal, so check it out and expand your collection!
This well established deli and grocer has become a cultural icon in Dallas. Jimmy's Food Store has a cult-like following for their imported Italian goods as well as their top-notch take out sandwiches. Find everything from imported and domestic cheeses, to Italian meats, sweets and wine. Their deli section holds an impressive array of freshly prepared items such as sausage, meatballs, lasagna's and desserts all made in-house. For a quick bite to eat, grab one of their panini's, subs or muffuletta's and prepare to become one of the regular customers!
Whether you're looking for an outfit for a special occasion, or just something to wear to work, Milk & Honey Boutique is worth checking out. They offer a variety of cute clothes and accessories at reasonable prices. That's why it's a popular shopping destination for locals. This Lower Greenville Boutique will make fashionistas rejoice!
Do not expect just vintage stuff here. Their stock is more of new age unconventional and artistic stuff. Unique collectibles, toys, books and jewelry dominate the collection, which has some extravagantly-skilled hands behind their creations. With thought-provoking workshops and events conducted regularly, this store is surely going to inspire the hidden artist in you.
If you have a sweet tooth, then Glazed Donut Works is just the place for you. With a fabulous range of unique flavors from Grilled Cheese with Bacon to Doughnut Ice cream Sandwich and more, you'll be spoiled for choice. With all natural ingredients and a nice selection of Vegan doughnuts on offer, stop by for a tasty treat. Constantly coming up with creative new flavors, it's a good idea to check out their social media pages for the latest offerings.
Lula B's Antiques is overflowing with vintage items from the past that will add a retro touch to your life. From clothing, belts, bags, vases, furniture to books and movies, everything is stocked on the many shelves. Explore the entire space and you might be pleasantly surprised by a Herman Miller, Redwing or Eames, put away in the corner. Be sure to have lots of time at hand, in order to do justice to the trip here.
This vintage store has products that will make you gawk. Each item seems carefully chosen and has a story of its own. Expect to see an unusual, quirky variety of vintage clothes, antiques, knick-knacks, accessories and many more things. On any given day, you might find taxidermy animals, antique photo prints, or concrete Sphinxes for your garden.
Come to the Dallas Farmers Market early to make sure you can pick up the best of the best from their selection of produce, meat, plants, and more. Many of the items sold here have been grown by farmers within a 150 mile (241 kilometers) radius of the market. The market also hosts special events like book signings, cooking demos, festivals, and other fun activities.
Eclectic shoppers will quickly discover a new home away from home at this unique shop. The shop specializes in 'culturally enriched' unisex clothing, including such quirky items as kinky chapeaux, peasant blouses, woven vests, concho belts and Turkish sandals. Many of the clothing items are imported from Guatemala, Indonesia, Turkey, India and China. Also within the quaint store, you'll can find jewelry, puppets, masks and various other eccentric tidbits.