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SHOPPING/SERVICES Best Little Vape Shop in Dallas! Best Liquor Store Beverage DePOT CULTURE/PEOPLE | FOOD/DRINK Over 100+ Flavors of E-Cig Liquid. We offer a great atmosphere to play a game of darts, giant jenga or relax and enjoy our original artwork from locals. Brandon Garber a few bucks on cheap, plastic crap that doesn’t exactly get the job done, but most of the time, the finds at Daiso are almost shockingly solid. 2540 Old Denton Road, Suite 100, Carrollton, 972-242-4675, Best Men’s Boutique Traffic Los Angeles If you’re a jeans-and-flip-flops kind of guy, Traffic LA probably isn’t your thing. But if you spend too much time reading GQ and en-joy haute couture pour homme, Traffic LA is the city’s most fashion-forward men’s bou-tique. Sometimes, the offerings look a little outlandish for our conservative city, which makes them even easier to love. The duds you pick up here are certainly going to cost you, but you’ll have a unique piece that no one else can either afford or muster up the courage to wear. It takes a sort of confident, sophisti-cated man to appreciate the clothes at Traffic LA, but that’s totally you. Let your impres-sively stylish, well-heeled freak flag fly. 1608 Main St., 214-261-4585, your boss having an affair, say — you generally have to do something to make up for it. The good people at DIRT can help you figure out the perfect gorgeous, living centerpiece to remedy whatever situation currently has you looking like an asshole. You may still have to spend a little time groveling for forgiveness, but once your pissed off aunt-in-law lays eyes on the trendy, modern floral arrangement you “picked out,” things are much more likely to work out in your favor. 417 N. Bishop Ave., 214-242-9533, NIGHTLIFE/MUSIC | | Best Tattoo Shop Davis Street Tattoo A tattoo is a permanent decision, and finding the right tattoo artist is sort of like finding a mate — you’re going to spend a lot of up-close-and-personal time together, this person is going to interact with your bodily fluids, and you’re stuck with whatever they give you forever. Fortunately, the artists at Davis Street Tattoo are committed to creating a custom piece of work that you’ll want to show off to everyone, even when you’re all wrinkly and old. Some of them have likely been tattooing since before you were born; their traditional American tattooing practices have been honed over many years. Once you’ve decided to bite the bullet and get tattooed, Davis Street is the ideal choice. 1301 W. Davis St., 214-238-2717, SPORTS/RECREACTION | S EPTEMBER 24-30, 2015 Come in for BOGO Weekdays from 2:00PM-4:00PM! 4441 Bass Pro Dr • Ste 600 Garland, TX 75043 (972) 226-1277 Best Junk Shop DALLAS OBSERVER Ross at Peak Thrift Store At first glance, the dusty piles of tables and chairs at Ross at Peak Thrift Store just look like junk. But if you manage to dig past this tiny shop’s crowded exterior, you’ll quickly find some diamonds buried inside. This is the perfect spot to pick up the cheap furniture you’ll need for all those Pinterest refinishing and repurposing projects, along with 15 other things that you didn’t realize you totally need. You’re going to have to explain to your room-mates or significant other why you bought three samurai swords, but no matter — buy the damn samurai swords. 4233 Ross Ave., 214-682-4794 Best Place To Blow Your Paycheck On Your Pet Hollywood Feed All loving pet owners feed their furry friends free-range, organic, grain-free food, right? If those fancy dog food commercials are to be believed, your dog can learn to play chess and read Italian with the right (read: most expen-sive) kind of nourishment. You can find that at Hollywood Feed, along with plenty of sus-tainably sourced treats and toys, handmade collars that cost more than your own jewelry collection, and $300 dog beds that you’ll find yourself fighting your pooch for. It’s comfier Best Place To Buy “I’m Sorry” Flowers DIRT Flowers When you screw up — forget your wife’s aunt’s birthday or accidentally walk in on 30

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