6 reasons foodies should attend the ultimate Dallas holiday shopping experience
The CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop returns December 6 to Sixty Five Hundred, featuring the best gifts offered by our favorite local retailers and brands. But you didn’t think it would be all jewelry, knickknacks, and stocking stuffers, did you?
There has to be something good to eat — to devour onsite and to take away for someone else to savor.
If there is one time of year to splurge, it’s the holidays. So we are bringing in the following to make this holiday shopping excursion a tasty one:
Celebrity Cafe & Bakery. The Dallas favorite is selling sandwiches, salads, and desserts to hungry shoppers, as well as hosting a cookie decorating station. Try to resist eating your creations before you finish.
La Marca bubble bar. Bubbles make every occasion feel celebratory. So La Marca is serving mini bottles of prosecco and mimosas to sip while you shop.
Crave Popcorn Co. Carol and Blake Davis turn out 30 flavors of popcorn at their Plano shop, which also sells nostalgic favorites like chocolate-covered potato chips.
Joy Macarons. This specialty bakery, founded by home baker-turned-entrepreneur Liz Lanier, produces small batches of French macarons using the finest ingredients.
Kate Weiser Chocolate. Kate Weiser specializes in artisan chocolates, confections, and ice creams. Her beautiful hand-painted chocolates are more like works of art — making them highly giftable.
Miss Naughty Brownie. Founder Rana Alba turns out decadent treats with three mouthwatering layers — cookie dough, Oreo, and gooey fudge — that come together in one magical brownie moment.
Reserve your spot now for the CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop, which lasts from 11 am-4 pm on Sunday, December 6. Then learn more about the participating retailers, sponsors, and beneficiary Community Partners of Dallas.