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Southlake Town Square, Southlake

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • Affordable in half a day if you walk 10 minutes. We recommend that close to Dallas DFW Airport transit time visited, using the on-site Hilton Hotel.
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  • Great shopping, good eats at any price, convenient location, easy access from major highways, and also walking distances from many homes. 
  • I went here with a friend and had a blast walking around and looking in the shops. There were several water fountains you can take a break out. My friend really loved that. There was also several plac...  read more »
  • This shopping center has just about every store your would hope to find, including many you might not think of. Attached to occasional lamp posts are maps of the center to help you find your way if you get lost. When the weather is nice, the walk around the blocks is refreshing and enjoyable. Town centers such as this one are always a favorite shopping treat.
  • Nicest outdoor shopping mall for sure! Every store under the blue sky is in the shopping center and the library is beautiful! Especially enjoyed the Barnes & Noble and Tyler's! Go there during October, and you won't regret it!
  • It's almost impossible to give Southlake Town Square anything less than a perfect five-star rating. The entertainment center offers a gorgeous fountain and outdoor lounge area and some amazing restaurant options like Brio and The Cheesecake Factory. On top of that, you have hard-to-find facilities such as the Apple Store and Vineyard Vines. With all of this and a well-priced movie theater to top it all off, the square earns a perfect score without question!
  • All the shopping you can handle and some you can't, sprinkled with quality restaurants throughout. The random events thrown in the mix serve as a nice break on the weekends.
  • Very well kept grounds and parking areas. That being said not a huge selection of stores and the stores included are rather small. I'd rather make the little extra drive to Northpark or Galleria for a larger selection and larger named brands.