Which Wich and St. Bernard Sports are coming soon to the Shops at Park Lane.

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In fact, neighborhood shoppers will be able to buy ski, snowboard and associated gear at St. Bernard as soon as tomorrow.

While this area might seem saturated with sporting goods — Dick’s (Shops at Park Lane), Sports Authority (Park and Central), Sun and Ski (Royal and Central) and Academy (Forest and Central), all within a two-mile radius, the new St. Bernard Sports, whose temporary space opens this weekend, is an outlet—meaning discount. They also carry some fashionable apparel that you decidedly will not find at Sports Authority.

St. Bernard Sports: stbernardsports.com

See what I mean? St. Bernard Sports: stbernardsports.com

“Dallas-based St. Bernard Sports has been a local mainstay since 1978,” reps say. “They are one of the Southwest’s premier ski and snowboard apparel shops and also carry fashion apparel from leading men’s and women’s designers.”

Which Wich is expected to open in November in a 1,600 square -foot space next to Gordon Biersch, facing Central.

As a vegetarian, the hummus and veggie sandwich at Which Wich was a life-altering discovery. The unique, made-to-order wiches here are good. That’s probably why this is something like the 40th Which Wich in the Dallas area.

The Shops are now at about 90 percent capacity, according to developers Northwood Investors.

Which Wich has a unique, write-on-the-bag ordering system

Which Wich has a unique, write-on-the-bag ordering system

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