New Shops

Fairview Town Center adds ice cream coffee shop, wine bar, and bowling

Fairview Town Center adds ice cream coffee shop, wine bar, and bowling

Bowlero bowling
Neon bowling is cool.

The Fairview Town Center, at the intersection of US75 and Stacy Road in Fairview, way up north of Dallas, has a new batch of shops coming in fall 2018, that include all your key groups: coffee, bowling, wine, and hardware.

The center is also nearing completion on a $50 million-dollar redevelopment featuring wider roads, a new access road, new signage and a new greenspace called The Park.

Here's what's coming:

Bowlero will bring the best in bowling, epic events, and exceptional eats. Slated to open in the fall, Bowlero will feature its signature blacklight bowling lanes, laneside lounge seating, and hi-definition video walls that bring bowling to an entirely new level.

The new Bowlero will also feature a giant arcade and the brand’s impressive menu that includes upscale food and beverage offerings.

It'll take over the 25,000-square-foot space at 351 Town Place that was previously Splitsville, which closed abruptly at the end of 2017. Bowlero currently has 10 locations throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area including Bowlmor Dallas, Bowlero Euless, and AMF Garland Lanes.

Cream & Sugar. Opening in August, this is a shop that will serve coffee and ice cream. They're going in at 144 Fountain Ct., into what was formerly a location of Great American Cookies.

Destinations Wine Bar. This new wine bar will open in late 2018.

Elliott's Hardware. Dallas-area favorite for hardware and home goods will open in a 20,000-square-foot space on the corner of Town Place and Prairie Road. They'll sell a wide range of grills from Big Green Egg, Traeger, Weber and Napoleon; and outdoor power equipment from Stihl and Honda.

A dedicated Indoor Décor center will serve as a solutions center for paint and decorative hardware. The Fairview store will also have new and expanded areas to attract and meet the needs of the local demographics including seasonal live plants, a specialty gift area with unique and locally made products, and a Kid Zone with educational and retro-style toys.