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Quick trip to Dallas

Betelgeuse

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Hey guys!

So, my dad invited me to a Cowboys game, I’m not a fan of the Cowboys but he is hehe so we’re going to this Sunday game. So I need some of your help.

First, were do we can buy tickets for Sunday’s game?

And second, what to do in Dallas? I’ll be back on Tuesday, so it’s a quick trip but maybe I can visit some museums of something like that and if there are some menswear stores to take a look and see if there’s something I can buy, that would be nice.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Hi Betelgeuse,

Hope you have a great trip to Dallas. I would think you could pick up Cowboys tickets either on the web or of course in person at Jerry World assuming it is not sold out.

Any trip to Dallas for a clothes person should include Stanley Korshak and the original Neiman Marcus in Downtown. Despos has a Dallas presence (I think near Korshak) in addition to Chicago although I don’t know if you might need to call ahead. The Highland Park Village shopping plaza is well worth a few hours and you can stop in Tom Ford, Loro Piana, Brunello Cucinelli, A nice Ralph Lauren corner store, etc. Hadleigh’s while small is worth a quick stop while you are there.
Also, if you are into it, there is a small Holland and Holland shop above a jewelry store off of Preston. Only one outside of London I believe.
Plenty of museums as well, so best to check online to see what is in your area. Hope you have a great time
 

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Hi Betelgeuse,

Hope you have a great trip to Dallas. I would think you could pick up Cowboys tickets either on the web or of course in person at Jerry World assuming it is not sold out.

Any trip to Dallas for a clothes person should include Stanley Korshak and the original Neiman Marcus in Downtown. Despos has a Dallas presence (I think near Korshak) in addition to Chicago although I don’t know if you might need to call ahead. The Highland Park Village shopping plaza is well worth a few hours and you can stop in Tom Ford, Loro Piana, Brunello Cucinelli, A nice Ralph Lauren corner store, etc. Hadleigh’s while small is worth a quick stop while you are there.
Also, if you are into it, there is a small Holland and Holland shop above a jewelry store off of Preston. Only one outside of London I believe.
Plenty of museums as well, so best to check online to see what is in your area. Hope you have a great time
Nice! Thanks! First time going to Dallas hehe. Will look for some of those places. I also will be, on Monday, most of the day in Plano, TX
 

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Plano is, depending upon traffic about 30 minutes north of Dallas. Some nice malls and shopping there but I don't know of anything special.
 

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Did you make the trip yet?
 

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