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The Main Street is very cute and easy to walk around. It was August so it was hot so be prepared with extra water. There are all kinds of cute shops and nice restaurants to stop in for a beer, bite, or both
This area of Grapevine is so historic and quaint. I really like to walk up and down the streets to see all the little shops. It is especially nice during the holidays as they really decorate this whole area.
Grapevine is known as the Christmas capital of Texas but it doesn’t stop there. I lived here for 3 years and loved it. Main Street is full of cute lil shops and boutiques not to mention all the cool places to eat. They have a...More
A group of 35 of us chose the Texas Star Dinner Theater for our annual Night to Remember during our Discovery Toys Convention. It was SO MUCH FUN! Lots of belly laughter during the performance, a Texas-style whodunit! The food was great, too!
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This is a well known travelers destination as well as a local population attraction. I'm sure they start in the morning around 9-10 and go into the night for the stores . The restaurants are usually always open. All the... More
This is a well known travelers destination as well as a local population attraction. I'm sure they start in the morning around 9-10 and go into the night for the stores . The restaurants are usually always open. All the hotels and motels will probably have the Grapevine pamphlets or you can look on the internet or call them on their info line.