Comfort Suites Lake Ray Hubbard
8701 E. Interstate - I-30
Rowlett, TX 75088
Phone: (972) 463-9595
Fax: (972) 463-9229
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.
Dallas Bike Works is a haven for cycling enthusiasts and it stocks cycles for every level of expertise from young children to serious amateurs and professionals. Whether you desire a bike for a Cyclo-cross competition or a sturdy mountain bike, this shop has something to suit your needs. Besides it also has cycles for daily commute within the city. It stocks bikes of brands such as Orbea, Cipollini, Giant, Mavic and Kona. Customers can also purchase accessories like sports shoes and apparel, pedals, saddles, bells and handlebars to make their cycling experience more enjoyable. This store offers repair and rental services as well.
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.
Sprawling over acres of Texas prairie on the southern edge of Plano lies the Collin Creek Mall. With several surrounding strip malls and numerous freestanding shops, the complex offers almost every item a shopper could imagine. Inside the mall are 150 stores and five anchors—Foley's, Dillard's, Sears, Mervyn's and J. C. Penney. Most unique about Collin Creek is the free services offered to shoppers, strollers, wheelchairs and the complimentary Premier Shopper Club, to name just a few.
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.
Half Price Books' flagship store is located in Dallas. This location is enormous, and book lovers will want to clear their schedules for the day so they can browse here for hours. After you've made your selections, you can stop by the cafe located in the store to start on your reads and enjoy a cup of coffee.
Upon entering Central Market for the first time, visitors are amazed at the variety of fresh produce including items that are only in season a few brief weeks each year. The seafood displays are something you would expect to see in a coastal region; the breads and pastries will tempt any palate, and you get to the select from more than 400 cheeses. Central Market also offers classes on everything from proper use of kitchen knives to sushi to holiday theme menus. After this shopping experience you will be geared up to take on Gordon Ramsay.
Located in the heart of North Dallas, this shop boasts the city's best selection of new and used CDs. With over 100 new arrivals everyday, savvy shoppers can find all their favorite titles, both imported and domestic, in this well stocked music warehouse. The low prices only make your shopping experience more enjoyable in CD Source.
NorthPark is Dallas' fashion destination with spectacular retail options, museum quality 20th-century art, and walkways landscaped to perfection. Stores here include Na Hoku Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Foley's, Dillard's, Kate Spade, Charles David, and more. NorthPark Center also offers a range of dining options, including McCormick & Shmick's Seafood Restaurant, Maggiano's Little Italy, and P.F. Chang's China Bistro. Convenient services include tax-free shopping for international visitors and complimentary shuttle to and from the DART/Park Lane Light Rail.
Green Grocer, as its name suggests, specializes in groceries that are organic and sourced from local producers. The store's contacts with regional farmers, artisans, bakers and butchers ensures that customers can buy farm-fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. It also sells specialty items such as frozen yogurt, fat-free milk, organic cheese, hummus and salsa sauce. This grocery contributes part of its earnings to non-profit organizations working for various social causes. It also hosts events such as dog adoption programs and charity parties; check the website for the detailed schedule.
Visit one of the city's largest and unquestionably most popular music stores. Located in North Dallas, Bill's is the largest independent record store in the country. The shop carries everything from old and new vinyl albums (yes, albums), CDs and tapes (imported, domestic and out of print titles) to T-shirts, hats, concert videos, posters, stickers and other collectibles. The store's motto is: "If we don't have it, we can get it."
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!