Holiday Pop Up Shop Dallas
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How to have the most fun ever shopping for holiday gifts in Dallas

How to have the most fun ever shopping for holiday gifts in Dallas

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Get all of your holiday shopping done in one place at the CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop on December 7 at Sixty Five Hundred. iStock

When the holiday season begins, our thoughts turn to two things: parties and presents. So imagine if there was a celebratory event that also served as the ultimate gift-buying excursion.

For the first-ever CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop on December 7, we are bringing together 25 local retailers — clothing for men and women, jewelry and accessories, pet essentials, home decor, and edibles — under one fabulously styled roof. Not only can you buy all of your gifts in one stop, but you also get to shop local and meet the brains behind these brands.

For one day only, you can shop all of the following:

  • Accents
  • Amanda Sterett
  • B.Stellar
  • Baby Bow Tie
  • Bread Winners Cafe & Bakery
  • DMA Museum Store
  • Dirt
  • Dude, Sweet Chocolate
  • Ellis Hill
  • Foot Cardigan
  • The Gem
  • Gypsy Wagon
  • KidBiz
  • Life of Riley
  • Lucky Dog Barkery
  • Mizzen+Main
  • Need
  • Neighborhood
  • Nicole Kwon
  • Piermarini
  • Q. Clothier and Rye 51
  • Scardello Artisan Cheese
  • Sussie’s
  • Tootsies
  • Trousseau of Dallas

This list is reason enough to buy tickets — and these brands have never been together in one place before — but of course there is so much more. Enjoy crafting stations, a cocktail garden courtesy of Cointreau, a holiday-themed photo booth courtesy of Lexus, complimentary gift-wrapping services, beats from DJ Remy Ryan and a Bread Winners mini-cafe.

Excited yet? If yes, then get your tickets now. The cost of admission is a mere $10, and here is the best news of all: A portion of the proceeds benefits our charity partners, the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas and Family Place.

The CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop is open December 7, noon-6 pm, at Sixty Five Hundred. See you there.