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West End Historic District - 5 Reviews - 208 N Market St Ste A, Dallas, TX - Business & Professional Associations Reviews - Phone (214) 741-7180

West End Historic District

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208 N Market St Ste A
Dallas, TX 75202
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(214) 741-7180
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What a cry baby below! I live in Dallas and go to the west end every Friday. It?s fun, they always have something going on from carriage rides to fantastic patios and people wat...

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Took the wife to the west end to celebrate our 35th over the weekend. After leaving the restaurant we found our car booted. It took the attendant over an hour to show up and even ...

Parking Nightmare 12/8/2008

Took the wife to the west end to celebrate our 35th over the weekend. After leaving the restaurant we found our car booted. It took the attendant over an hour to show up and even after I proved to him we had paid he still insisted I pay the fine for not leaving the receipt in the window. Needless to say we didn't go home in the mood we came with. If we ever go back we will take the bus next time. more

Not just for tourists anymore! 6/3/2008

What a cry baby below! I live in Dallas and go to the west end every Friday. It?s fun, they always have something going on from carriage rides to fantastic patios and people watching , they have the best western store in the Metroplex called wild bills and a choice of 4 steakhouses. The west end pub even has free appetizers during their great happy hour! Valet parking ids the cheapest I have ever seen at 3 dollars so don?t listen to this person below, it looks like they just want to complain! Pros: lots of free shuttles to games too! more

What happened; Part 2 6/4/2007

In my early 20s, Dallas Alley, West End and Deep Ellum were the happening areas in Dallas. In the summer, bands played a few nights a week, food joints were plentiful and bars were hoppin'. Anyway, a few weeks ago, my wife and I had an opportunity to spend a few days in DFW. Since she had only flown thru DFW, we thought we'd stay downtown and hang out in the local areas. Pros: Hotel Indigo was worth the money. Cons: Too many homeless, empty shops and run down buildings. more

What Happened???? 11/13/2006

I always remembered the West End as someplace to go and see. An actual site. Recently when i stopped by i was sadly disappointed. Half the shops are closed down. The movie theater is gone. There was maybe 4 people there. The only thing worth making the trip for is the antique store that is in the basement where the old arcade used to be. If you are looking for something from your childhood or just decorations for around the house, they will have it. Pros: Antique Store, No Crowd Cons: Most shops closed down, no atmosphere more

Market Place - How much longer? 7/3/2005

We've watched Market Place in a death spiral for some time now. It's a great facility but the building management's decision to close at 6 p.m. Sunday night when throngs of people were out and about to attend the July 3 ""Dallas Booms"" event downtown points out again too clearly that things have gone terribly wrong here. Pros: location, historic building, plaza entertainment Cons: mostly vacant, tenants vanished, No food venue more
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  • In Short
    Tucked inside downtown's northwest corner, the West End Marketplace is an unparalleled combination of late 19th-century Dallas and today. Visitor's walk along tree-lined...

  • 9/13/2005 Provided by Citysearch

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