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Forget Me Not Expands Boutique to Include Dining Services

Elaine Raffel | December 23, 2020 | Style & Beauty Sponsored Post

It's rare to get a trifecta of extraordinary talents in a single super-savvy boutique. But that's exactly why Forget Me Not is one of Dallas' top shops for innovative gifts, embroidery, home decor, and now dine-in and take-out food service. The trio share a common goal. To bring a captivating, curated mix of personalized gifting and delectable dining to their community and Highland Park neighbors.

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Forget Me Not recently expanded its space in the popular Shops of Highland Park Center. True to its name, there is now more memory-making merchandise than ever to discover. "When the world turned upside down last winter, we paused to consider what the future was going to look like," says co-owner Amy Mitchell. "Obstacles are just a series of problems that provide opportunities."

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This year's challenges only made the trio even more committed to growing their burgeoning business. Becky Nelson of Le Gourmet Bakery recently joined Amy and co-owner Betty Collins to bring breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and custom baked goods to Forget Me Not's array of outstanding offerings. Sampling these delicious treats will be an enjoyable new component of the shopping experience. "Good food and good company are two of life's simplest, yet greatest pleasures," says Becky.

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Photography by: Forget Me Not