great service,lovely greeters with lovely salesmanship;where there is varieties of baskets to choose from to buy for lovesones
2913 Anode LnDallas, TX 75220
From Business: Sunny Toy and Gift Welcome to Sunny Toy & Gift Inc, a place you will find great deals in plush toys and collectible stuffed animals. Sunny Toy & Gift Inc has been in toy manufacturing and distribution business for over 15 years and is proud to be one of the largest plush toy manufactures in China. Our major customers are w…
5959 Royal Ln Ste 616Dallas, TX 75230
From Business: Founded in 1873, Barnes & Noble is one of the largest booksellers in the United States and a Fortune 500 company. The company maintains more than 800 bookstores throughout the country. It operates an online channel that offers an option for the in-stock selection of in-print book titles. Barnes & Noble serves more than 8 m…
19. Town Square Toys
215 N Walnut Creek DrMansfield, TX 76063
From Business: Want to choose the perfect gift for every occasion! Visit us and we will ask a few simple questions and help you pick the perfect item, every time! We carry over 8000 unique toys and gifts for all ages.
My 4 year old daughter loves it here and we've been going to this location for over a year now. The owner is very nice and friendly; always attentive to the kids. We will definitely be back.
Learning Express has a variety of gifts for children of different ages that are unique (at least I haven't seen them elsewhere). The unique gifts are the only things that keep going to this particular location because I have never received a nod of acknowledgment from their personnel. There is…
I love their sandwiches.......especially the Summer Chicken Salad. It's a cute place with excellent homemade pastries! They have an outdoor patio and the inside is cozy with tablecloths on the tables. Their salad bar has fresh ingredients you pick individualy and they toss it immediately for y…
My experience was excellent. The store had a variety of gifts, and the employees were knowledgable and helpful.
Friends and I were shopping on Saturday and we went by Polly DuPont. Wow what a shock. Polly DuPont was gone and the store was empty. We asked the store next door and she explained that the owner had been in trouble with IRS for not paying his employees or filing his taxes and had not paid rent in months. I was so sad because miy Grandmother had registered there and so had every member of my family including myself. It was a landmark in Dallas carrying high end things like Bacarrat and Herend to cards and gourmet goodies for your kitchen. The ladies who worked there Jan Tiffany and the 2 Amy's were so kind knowledgable and helpful. We all agreed we could have done without the owner and that Steven who were so rude and downright hateful. Sadly karma caught them. I was told they were not paying their employees or vendors and had been in court for this. I am not one to believe or listen to gossip but there are things that run true. And the store owner next door said most of the employees had left because of bounced checks and not being paid at all. This store was truly a legacy store that every bride from the everyday bride to the socialites of Dallas came. We compared it to a small Neiman Marcus Williams Sonoma with high end Hallmark and Macys thrown in for those who might otherwise feel they could not afford it. This older woman who owns a shop there said she was friends with the owners and when one owner bought out another the store never was the same and employees left in mass exodus. I always shopped there for any and everyone and all of my bridal gifts came from there too because they carried every high end piece of china crystal and pots and pans and all else. We had moved away and seen some changes but I never expected this. RIP Polly DuPont. Glad Polly was not here to see the demise of a true landmark of Dallas be destroyed by such a tiny arrogant man who had no business sense. We later met with our friend who said she and her friends had such a pleasant experience until dealing with the owner and his son Steven. They ruined a landmark. Poor Polly DuPont. RIP
Do not shop at this store unless you like to be followed around by the employees and if you do pick up an item you have to put it in a basket because I was told that it might break before you buy it. Don't waste your time or money at this store.
Good gift shop - BEAUTIFUL items. However, they are a synagogue gift shop, and a little pricey. Overall, worth the visit though - and there are some good finds here!