Comfort Suites Near Northeast Mall
643 NE Loop 820
Richland Hills, TX 76118
Phone: (817) 595-3332
Fax: (817) 595-3337
643 NE Loop 820, Richland Hills, TX, US, 76118
- Phone: (817) 595-3332
- Fax: (817) 595-3337
This elegant two-level mall is just minutes away from Downtown Fort Worth. Anchor stores include Nordstrom's, Neiman Marcus, Dillard's, Foley's and JCPenney. The food court houses 13 different eateries and seats approximately 500 patrons. There are clothing, jewelry, shoes, sporting goods stores for women, men and children as well as numerous specialty stores. In addition, there are two full-service restaurants. Strollers can be rented near Sears and Foley's on the upper and lower levels.
Offers antiques, collectibles, and a tea room.
This neighborhood children's bookstore is indeed enchanting. With more than 45,000 titles on hand, there is something to thrill children of all ages. The knowledgeable clerks will help you find that perfect selection. Cozy up in one of the corners and relive the magic of Alice in Wonderland or grab the latest Harry Potter adventure. In a day when small bookstores rarely survive, Enchanted Forest has been around since 1992 because personalized service and the cozy atmosphere keeps customers coming back again and again.
Great resale store with furniture, antiques, slot machines, lamps, crystal, crafts, jewelry, dining room sets, sofas; from quality to old antiques.
They do what comes natural; providing the highest-grade coffees and some of the world's creamiest yogurt. They source their ingredients from nature and handcraft them into a product that makes them proud. A morning shot of their rich, smooth espresso or a cup of fresh-roasted coffee just makes the world right. Their cool, creamy frozen yogurt treat in the afternoon confirms it. They hire nice people who cannot stop smiling. They treat their employees like family, and they treasure their role in the community.
Arlington's oldest gallery, now in its 33rd year, features original art by a group of outstanding artists in all media.
Located near Six Flag Over Texas, Lincoln Square is a popular upscale north Arlington shopping center bounded by Copeland Road, Road to Six Flags Drive and Collins Street. The center includes a variety of shops that offer everything from apparel, jewelry, shoes, books children's toys and gifts. Lincoln Square offers a great place to go for a date—there are several good restaurants here as well as Lowe's Movie Theater. Families and couples are often seen sitting around the mustang fountain, located on the south side of the shopping center.
"Not just another antique store." They make keys for antique furniture and are an exclusive North Texas source for "Victorian Treasures." Convert old vinyl to CD or MP3.
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.
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.
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.
Situated in the heart of downtown, this mercantile and entertainment district features 20 blocks of renovated storefronts from the turn of the century. The nostalgic buildings and red brick streets pay tribute to Fort Worth's heritage and provide a very popular place to find great shopping, food and live performances of all kinds. Green sightseeing trolleys make it easier to take in all the sights, while horse-drawn carriages might be the ride of choice for those wanting to add a Victorian flair to their tour. A tourist information center provides the inside scoop on the best Sundance Square has to offer.