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With the National Finals Rodeo making its move to Texas for 2020, the possibilities to shop and explore Dallas-Fort Wort

November 24,2020

See full Cowboys & Indians Magazine article by Andrea Thorp here.

As we prepare to welcome NFR to the Dallas-Fort Worth area next week, patrons are mapping out where to shop, eat, and explore. Read on to see our picks in adjacent communities to rodeo-affiliated action.

Weatherford is a short drive west of Fort Worth featuring an established community of small businesses, many which cater to the Western influence. Home to horse trainers and world champion reiners, cutters, and rodeo athletes, Weatherford has a uniquely cowboy feel.

Adobe Interiors - Bring a piece of Texas to your home with furniture and decor inspired by Western finery

Brumbaugh's Fine Home Furnishings - Experience high-end, custom furniture that will inspire your home, wherever you're from. Don't forget to take a photo by their massive Texas mural!

The Resale Secret - Shop for hand-selected turquoise pieces as well as trendy Western designer clothing.

Teskey's - An all in one stop for tack, boots, apparel, and home, Teskey's is a must-see destination in Weatherford.

Tumbleweed Vintage Boots - Located on the town square, Tumbleweed Vintage Boots provides a curated selection of antique Western items worth exploring.

Roping and rodeo aficionados - Decatur is your day trip destination! 30 minutes outside of Fort Worth, Decatur is home to Western retail and dining stops that range from quaint to expansive.

NRS Ranch - Boasting 90,000 square feet of store to shop, NRS Ranch is worth the trip for fabulous Western shopping.

Trinity Street Coffee Bar - Decorated with vintage furniture and Western murals, Trinity Street Coffee Bar is the ideal place to catch a little R&R with a craft coffee or cocktail of your choice.

Whistle Stop Cafe - Small town charm comes to life at Whistle Stop, a local favorite diner situated on the historic highway 81.

Biggar Hat Store - Get the one-on-one treatment while you shop for a custom hat on the Decatur town square.

Fort Worth goes posh in Sundance Square. Specialty shops and restaurants abound with fabulous options for a daytime adventure.

Reata  - A robust Texas menu is on display at the Reata, featuring prime steaks.

Overland Sheepskin Co. - Bundle up in luxe leather and sheepskin products for wardrobe and home alike.

Parts Unknown - Shop Western brands such as Scully, Ivy Jane, and Johnny Was in this eclectic storefront.

Salsa Limon - Grab some authentic tacos and horchata on your way through town.

The West comes alive in the Fort Worth Stockyards, and it will be a buzzing place during the NFR. Makes sure to stop by these places for fresh shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Lucchese - The brand-new Lucchese store in Mule Alley is perfectly posh and stocked to the brim with fabulous boot and accessory options.

Cowtown Winery - Grab a glass of local wine at the serving bar, or take your favorite variety to go.

Adobe Art Gallery - Admire the stunning collection of art in all mediums displayed alongside an offering of turquoise jewelry and Western handbags.

The Railcar Coffee & Spirits - Stop by the C&I headquarters to say hello to our team and grab a cup of coffee to go.

Wrangler - The all-new Wrangler store is up and running to serve your denim needs. Find Wrangler classics as well as new, fashion-forward styles in this stylish boutique.

Maverick Western Wear - Shop exclusive Westernwear at the iconic Maverick, home to the latest designer collections, jewelry, and home decor.

King Ranch Stockyards - Bringing a piece of South Texas to Fort Worth, King Ranch has your fix of leather goods and ranchwear.



Locations Mentioned: Overland Sheepskin Co., Parts Unknown, Reata Restaurant, Salsa Limon- Centro