Life has changed since from the days of riding
into a dusty Old West town on the edge of nowhere for a drink in a saloon.
The Old West spirit lives on today in Fort Worth at
Sundance Square. Here, you'll discover
beautiful landscaping, redbrick streets and turn-of-the-century buildings at
downtown Fort Worth’s premiere entertainment and retail district. Along with being the cities premiere retail and entertainment district, Sundance Square also host great community events like the annual Kick the Can Holiday Food/Fund Drive for Tarrant Area Food Bank. It takes place during lunch time, and includes relay-race teams, local celebrity judges and costumed cheering sections, whose antics are announced by a local radio personality.
So, gather family and friends, and get ready to enjoy exciting events, entertainment, savory dining, and unique shops to explore at Sundance Square.
Named after the famed Sundance Kid, who used the Fort Worth area as a hideout. Travelers looking for an exciting getaway will discover a number of accommodations offering special packages in this historic city. At Etta’s Place guests can unwind in one of 10 guest rooms; each named for a member of Butch Cassidy’s Hole in the Wall Gang or his female companion. Room size varies from 300 square feet for a standard room to 700 square feet for a suite.
With more than two dozen restaurants offering everything from hand-tossed pizza, barbecue, steaks, sushi, Tex-Mex and gourmet Western cuisine, visitors could dine at Sundance Square every day of the week and never eat at the same restaurant twice. Additional restaurants include the Mercury Chop House, Daddy Jack’s Seafood, Mi Cocina, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Reata, Uno Chicago Grill, Quiznos, The Flying Saucer, and La Madeleine Bakery and Café.
“Sundance Square is a great location to do a little shopping, have dinner and catch a show,” said Johnny Campbell, president and CEO of Sundance Square Management, L.P. “With three new restaurants opening this year in Sundance, it is a wonderful time to try out some new fare.”
Shoppers will find everything from hand-crafted items and the most creative Western wear. Shoppers will also find everything from hand-crafted items and the most creative Western wear accessories to original art and fine jewelry. All Sundance Square’s shops are tucked inside beautifully restored buildings and include unique, one of a kind retailers such as Mayfair, Retro Cowboy, Earth Bones, Moonstruck, Paper Trails, Parfumerie Marie Antoinette and Basket Mart. In addition, shoppers also will enjoy Barnes & Noble, Jos. A. Bank, and Haltom’s Jewelers.
One of the newest shops is Pappagallo Classiques, which features the hottest trends and styles from talented designers for the woman who likes classic or cutting edge fashions. Located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, historic Sundance Square is a 20-block commercial, residential, entertainment and retail district where people work, live, shop and dine.
Along with shops, dining, and entertainment at Sundance Square you'll also find The Sid Richardson Museum and Store, The Milan Gallery, The Thomas Kinkade Gallery, and be able to view the exhibit, 150 Years of Fort Worth, at Fire Station No. l at Second and Commerce streets.
By Josh Schubert
To learn more about the entertainment and attractions at the Sundance Square in Fort Worth call: 817-255-5700 or visit www.sundancesquare.com.