From hand-painted chocolates to teppanyaki-style Japanese food and dresses to sportswear galore, there is no shortage of new shops at NorthPark Center.
Lifestyle brand Warby Parker, which specializes in designer eyewear, is hosting its grand opening this Saturday. And in just a few weeks, international retail brand Club Monaco will enter NorthPark Center’s retail lexicon.
Known for its unique flavors, Kate Weiser Chocolate found its home near Neiman Marcus this October. British fashion house AllSaints —which offers men and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories — made its way to the American South and opened this month, too. The retailer offers men and women’s clothing, shoes and other accessories.
Tory Sport welcomed customers this September. This is the active wear boutique’s only location outside of New York, and it is stationed between Neiman Marcus and Macy’s on Level One. Sarku Japan made its debut in the NorthPark Cafés then, as well. The teppanyaki-style restaurant prides itself on its quick service.
In August, ivivva launched on Level Two between Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom. The boutique offers athletic wear in sizes 6-14, as well as complimentary athletic classes and goal-setting workshops. Lilly Pulitzer also opened its doors for shoppers to browse its collection of resort wear.
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