Dallas Business Journal
To keep North Texans in the know with all of the region’s retail news, we’re launching a weekly retail digest.
The recurring story will be published each Monday morning and include openings, closings and other happenings with the hundreds of retailers and services in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
This week’s lineup includes a popular grocery chain and new boutiques.
Trader Joe’s to open in a matter of weeks
The store, famous for its Two Buck Chuck wine and cookie butter, will open its newest Dallas location on Oct. 14. The 10,000-square-foot store is at the Pepper Square Shopping Center, 14856 Preston Road and will be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
Kurt Haymond and his 24-year-old daughter Ariel Haymond are opening the Urban Manor at 6817 Snider Plaza. The home goods boutique, which occupies 1,600 square feet in the shopping center, will sell modern furniture and accessories ranging from handmade greeting cards to cocktail trays. It will also feature a full-service flower shop specializing in live and faux arrangements.
A grand opening date has not yet been set, but the shop’s hours will be Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Plum Yoga now open on Greenville avenue
Featuring two studios, a tea counter and retail space, Plum Yoga is now open at 1924 Greenville Ave. Plum’s exercise offerings include a variety of yoga and other fitness classes, and through the end of October, the shop is offering 10 days of classes for $10.
Crepe cafe opening next week
The 645-square-foot, 20-seat Whisk Crepes Cafe will open on Oct. 6 at the Sylvan Thirty mixed-use development. The restaurant will serve traditional French crepes, beer, wine and cider. Whisk will be located next to Teiichi Sakurai’s at the shopping center at 1818 Sylvan Ave.,Dallas.
Victory Park signs its first coffee shop
Joining the Victory Park development in downtown Dallas is Cafe Victoria, which will launch in January. The shop will serve premium coffee and homemade pastries. It is set to be located next to Buda Juice at 2422 Victory Park Lane.