Situated in the heart of downtown, this mercantile and entertainment district features 20 blocks of renovated storefronts ... More
Situated in the heart of downtown, this mercantile and entertainment district features 20 blocks of renovated storefronts from the turn of the century. The nostalgic buildings and red brick streets pay tribute to Fort Worth's heritage and provide a very popular place to find great shopping, food and live performances of all kinds. Green sightseeing trolleys make it easier to take in all the sights, while horse-drawn carriages might be the ride of choice for those wanting to add a Victorian flair to their tour. A tourist information center provides the inside scoop on the best Sundance Square has to offer.
A group of us have found a gem in the downtown sundance square, we love going in to eat on Saturday evenings before we have drinks, we enjoy the great pizza and there penne alla vodka, the people there are so friendly. We just heard they are knocking down that building. We are sad.
Really nice staff, really bad stylist. There are only 2 stylists here, a man and a woman. The woman cut my hair and gave me the worst hair cut of my life. I left there with the strangest bluntest layers and bangs. Very outdated cutting style. The bangs were the worst part. I asked for "sideswept bangs" and she lit erally took a chunk of hair from the front of my head and cut straight across in one chunk and was done. When she tried to style them, she burned my forehead with a flat iron. And I had a job interview the following morning. She never even apologized for burning me.
To her credit, she did at least try to fix my bangs when I told her how unhappy I was with them. She brought out the shearing scissors to give them texture without cutting length (because she cut them so short to begin with), but only succeeded in causing me excruciating pain by pulling -- not cutting -- my hair out; something having to do with the type of shears and the cutting technique. I had a headache for 2 days.
If you're looking for a modern, stylish haircut, this is not the place. The whole time I was getting the haircut I just kept thinking that I could be getting something much better at SuperCuts for $15 as oppose to $45. I highly DO NOT recommend.
FW is so much more fun than Dallas. In Sundance square, everything is within walking distance and it is safe. You aren't hassled by beggers, and everyone is friendly. Its a good place to meet people and have a stress-free relaxing evening. Plus, you can find free parking easily.
I grew up about 35 miles southwest of Ft. Worth. Its a great place for college kids theres so much to do and just being able to get out and walk to everthing is great. i recomend Hyena's comedy club, which features comedians from comedy central and the USO tour for ten bucks. Try some of the great restraunts out there too!
this was a nice place to go. i use to live in the projects across from the county jail. i was young at the time. i could still remember going to the movies on Saturday nights, and meeting up with friends. we use to go to billy minors and having the biggest burgers they had.
I go to Sundance Square at least weekly for the enjoyment of browsing the shops & galleries. There is the Kincade Gallery which is awesome, the Retro Cowboy Store which is a step back in time and holds lots of Nostalgia for my childhood. There are also so many restaurants & bars. My favorite is Mi Cocina (Great Mexican Food & reasonably priced).
Do not miss the "100 years of Ft. Worth" museum over behind the Wells Fargo Bank.
Fun shops & fun place to shop. Very pretty, pleasant atmosphere.
Sundance Square is the best place for a family or a date! Check the website for concerts, restaurant info and bar info. Plus, FREE parking. There is a nice covered parking garage, plus, lots of well lite overflowing parking area. It is so safe in Sundance. Police are everywhere and no beggars. The food is all types and prices. The drink is from all over the world. Plus, two movies and the Bass Hall and McDavid's Theather is there also. You can't go wrong visiting Sundance Square, oh, did I mention super duper hotels right there in the square, and the FTW convention center and Water Garden is walking distance. Free parking, great food and drink and wonderful entertainment. Come on.. let's go!
The Bass Performance tour on Sat. morning was a knock out!! Be sure to call ahead to make sure the tour is available...this renewal fo the city of Ft. worth is an inspiration to other cities. Great food, streets are safe for evening entertainment and food.Shopping is somewhat limited and expensive.
Dallas has nothing on Ft. Worth in terms of a open outdoor district to hang out. Food, Live Music, Dance, safe streets and great atmosphere. My wife and I live North of Dallas and don't mind driving past Dallas to get to Ft. Worth. Dallas will figure this out one day (my grandkids might like to go out in Dallas one day) Victory Plaza by the AAC might be just the spot one day! The Ghost Bar rocks...but it is a solo act today...
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