“We will be back wearing masks again. Hopefully not for too much longer, but at least until the increase in cases drops in Texas,” said Main Street Jewelry sales associate Bob Payton.

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Some Businesses On Grapevine’s Main Street Telling Customers To Mask Up Again“We will be back wearing masks again. Hopefully not for too much longer, but at least until the increase in cases drops in Texas,” said Main Street Jewelry sales associate Bob Payton.
Bouncing Around Bishop ArtsSnack, sip and shop your way around the Bishop Arts District. Located in the heart of North Oak Cliff, and is packed with restaurants, bars, boutiques, and galleries. There's so much to see in do making it one of Dallas' most unique neighborhoods.
A Bar with a Twist at Flea StyleIf you love unique then you have to check out Flea Style. A cozy shop with locations in Frisco, Deep Ellum, and coming soon to Forth Worth. Owner Brittany Cobb created a space for curated vintage and handmade goods. Shop the adorable market then sit and relax and Heirloom Haul, their restaurant located right inside! My favorite part of the shop? The Bar. Not that kind of bar- it's a hat bar. Buy one of their exclusive Stetson hats or bring one of your own to be customized by you. Come up with your own individual look or get help from their expert stylists.
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