Meet the Merchant: Indigo 1745

Our “Meet The Merchant” series is written for you, our reader, to introduce you to the shops, restaurants, services + people that make the Bishop Arts District unique. This week, we’re talking to Denise with retail space Indigo 1745.

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BAD: What is your business all about?

Denise: Indigo 1745 is a men’s and women’s boutique catering to individuals seeking the extraordinary. We believe a lifestyle that is cool, calm and collected will take you wherever you need to go. Since the beginning, we have been in the forefront of bringing new undiscovered brands and products to the marketplace.

BAD: When did you open your doors?

Denise: October 2006.

BAD: What is the mission behind your small business?

Denise: Our mission was and continues to demonstrate that we are a personal boutique that caters to individuals who are confident in their own skin and not interested in chasing trends. We strive to bring exciting and original finds to our clients that don’t follow trends, but start them.

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BAD: Why did you choose the Bishop Arts District?

Denise: We chose Bishop Arts because of the incredible neighborhood of visionary artist that caters to the independent spirit in all of us.

BAD: What’s your favorite thing about the BAD?

Denise: We are able to deliver a unique experience that’s different from any other place in the city.

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BAD: Build a perfect date night or family day trip in the Bishop Arts District. Where would you go? What would you do?

Denise: The dinner options are incredible, so it depends on the mood of the group. BAD has you covered. A stop at Indigo 1745 is a must for the welcoming atmosphere and unexpected merchandise presented to simulate your senses!

BAD: Anything else you’d like to share during your MTM takeover?

Denise: Mention “Eliza Pinckney” at the Indigo 1745 register to get 20% off any regularly priced item AND get an additional 5% if you can tell us what she did! (Promo ends Friday, April 5th)

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You can meet the Indigo 1745 team and talk about Eliza P. while you sip-n-shop their store at the Bishop Arts Springtime Wine Walk on Thursday, April 4th from 6PM-9PM! Tickets via Prekindle.

370 W 7th Street, Dallas, TX 75208

Sun-Mon: 11- 5 // Tue-Wed: 11-7 // Thu: 11-8 // Fri-Sat: 11-10
http://www.indigo1745.com/
Follow us: @indigo1745

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Meet The Merchant: Emporium Pies

Our “Meet The Merchant” series is written for you, our reader, to introduce you to the shops, restaurants, services + people that make the Bishop Arts District unique. This week, we’re talking to Emporium Pies.

Emporium Pies wants to make people happy and to create opportunities for friends and neighbors to spend time together over a delicious slice of pie.

BAD: What is your business all about?

EP: We are a local pie shop. We make our pies with love by hand, from scratch with our own recipes. Our menu is seasonal, but our smiles are always in season!  🙂

BAD: When did you open your doors?

EP: We opened in September 2012.

BAD: Why did you choose the Bishop Arts District?

EP: We chose Bishop Arts District because it is where our community lived and the folks in the neighborhood really understand the value of a hand made product without a bunch of hydrogenated oils, dyes and preservatives.

BAD: What’s your favorite thing about the Bishop Arts District?

EP: I love that I can walk down the street and see a bunch of people I know. Friends and neighbors, fellow business owners. It is a real community of people who look out for each other and genuinely care for each other.

BAD: Build a perfect date night in the Bishop Arts District. Where would you go? What would you do?

EP: My perfect family day would start with brunch at Boulevardier and then a walk down to Dirt Flowers to pick a flower out for each of my girls. We would stroll around for a bit to walk off breakfast and then grab a piece of pie before nap time.

BAD: Any fun news you’d like to share during your “Meet the Merchant” Tuesday Takeover?

EP: National Pi Day is coming up on March 14th (3.14) and our delicious Chickin Lickin pot pie will be in stores all day!



Visit Emporium Pies in Bishop Arts:

314 N Bishop Ave, Dallas, TX 75208

Sun-Th 11a-9p // F-Sat 11am-11pm
https://emporiumpies.com/
Follow us: @emporiumpies