A few scattered stores serve Outer East Fort Worth, with many gathered around the intersection of Interstate 30 and Interstate 820. Most stores in the area are part of national chains, including The Home Depot, Family Dollar and Dollar General. For shoppers who want to support smaller businesses, GiGi Beauty Supply on Bridge Street sells beauty products ranging from curling gel to hair weaves.
For more shopping opportunities, including browsing high-end items, most residents in the area head to spots such as Sundance Square in Downtown Fort Worth
and North East Mall in the mid-cities. Several specialty stores and boutiques serve the area as well.
Musicians and music lovers adore Swords Music Co. Inc., which features tons of incredible merchandise, from electric guitars to fine orchestral instruments to sheet music. As the oldest music shop in Fort Worth, the store has a lot of history, and it offers great deals on some of the hottest musical items on the market. At Retrospection Boutique, shoppers find plenty of quirky, fun and fashionable women's clothing and accessories. Several consignment boutiques and resale shops dot the area for those seeking great deals on trendy designer items.
Several grocery stores serve the area, including Albertsons, Fiesta Mart and Save-A-Lot. Though the East Fort Worth area does not have its own farmers market, those seeking farm-fresh produce and other handcrafted, locally sourced items can head to the Cowtown Farmers Market.