Comfort Suites at Lake Worth
5825 Quebec Street
Fort Worth, TX 76135
Phone: (817) 237-2300
Fax: (817) 744-8199
After a yearlong construction job, Ridgmar Mall stands at nearly twice its original size. Besides the anchor stores — Dillard's, Foley's, JCPenney, Neiman Marcus and Sears— there are 150 specialty shops, including enticing favorites such as Eddie Bauer and the Warner Brothers Studio Store. There are other stores dedicated to ladies apparel, sporting goods and jewelry as well. Food abounds with the presence of restaurants and eateries such as Chick-fil-A, El Fenix, Great American Cookie Co., Italia Express, Orange Julius and Ridgmar Bakery. The customer service department rents strollers, and there is plenty of free parking available around the mall.
Pinkies Uncommon Treasures is a unique boutique that offers a number of one-of-a-kind gifts and accessories. The shop's cowgirl roots show through in every piece, from its hand-crafted Texas-inspired jewelry to Western-style clothing. Pinkies Uncommon Treasures also carries a selection of furniture to ensure that your space matches the aesthetic of your cowgirl-fab wardrobe.
Cowtown Fudge and Creamery is an exclusive fudge shop. The shop offers a variety of delicious home-made fudge made with wholesome ingredients. Hand-made gourmet truffles and assorted chocolates also find place on the counter. The shop is located in the historic district of Stockyards and houses Texan souvenirs and gifts. So if your sweet tooth is craving for some delights you know where to head when in Stockyards.
This company has been providing fresh, high quality pecans since 1928. Stop into their location to try redskin peanuts, saltwater taffy and yummy chocolate amaretto pecans.
Their focus is on the original, unique, and one-of-a-kind. Whether you are looking for a original piece, rocks or antiques.
Satisfy all of your western wear needs with one trip to Maverick Fine Western Wear, located in North Fort Worth. This store carries both functional necessities and decorative accessories, from classic cowboy boots to Southwest-inspired jewelry. Additionally, the Maverick Signature Line features a wide range of belts, belt buckles and hats to complete your cowboy couture look. With items for the whole family, Maverick Fine Western Wear will have plenty of items to keep every ranch hand in style.
Ernest Tubb Record Store, founded by the legendary Ernest Tubb himself, has been a favorite among country music fans for over 65 years in the Fort Worth Stockyards district. The records are painstakingly organized, making it easy for music browsers to find exactly what they seek in this revered store. In some ways, this record store is as much a museum as it is a shop, with records dating back decades for you to find and add to your own personal collection.
This is a great way to experience Fort Worth's history. The Stockyards was once the second-largest cattle market in the world. Renovated for tourism in 1976, the district brims with entertainment, including restaurants, shopping and Wild West performances. Events include the Chishold Trail Round-up, held annually in June, and the Fort Worth Stockshow and Rodeo, held annually beginning in January. Visit Stockyards Station, where there is even a small children's amusement park.
An enchanting bridal salon not to be missed. Visit to find the gown of your dreams.
Selling new & used Steinway pianos and Steinway-designed Boston & Essex pianos.
Everybody loves dressing up their little angels and Babies on the Boulevard has the best in terms of quality and quantity of kids wear. Browse through loads of clothes and you'll surely want to take it all home. The helpful and friendly staff will help you pick and choose things that suit your need and taste. They also house toys and accessories. Everything available here is safe for kids and they maintain high quality standards. Make sure to check out the personalized gifts that they offer, made out of crystals and then hand painted, these are surely collectibles.