Galleria Dallas is temporarily closed

We love this city and its people.  They have made Galleria Dallas what it is today – a place for people to gather, to celebrate, to simply enjoy all the benefits this amazing region has to offer.  As the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow, it is important to the management and ownership of Galleria Dallas that we serve as community leaders in helping our nation quell the spread of this pervasive virus. Ultimately, it’s up to each and every one of us to BE the solution, together.

For this reason, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close Galleria Dallas, effective immediately.

Retailers and restaurants with their own exterior shopping center entrance have the option to remain open.  For example, The Grill on the Alley and The Blue Fish are open for takeout orders. Galleria Dallas ownership and management made this decision pursuant to federal, state and local public health guidelines.

We will continue to evaluate the situation and will announce a reopening date as soon as it is safe to do so.  In the meantime, follow us on our Facebook and Instagram pages for updates and helpful tips on how to make the best of things. We know these are challenging times, and we thank you for your patience and support.  We look forward to the day when we can all celebrate a return to ‘Dallas as usual,’ and be the proud Texans we have always been.  Until then, stay safe…

Support the Community

In an extraordinary step to stop the spread of coronavirus, local officials announced that bars and restaurants will be required to close, having an unprecedented impact on businesses and the community members they employ. Consider making a donation today to provide assistance to organizations working to support the community.

North Texas Food Bank
North Texas Food Bank has switched to a paid volunteer structure that employs people in the hospitality, transportation, and restaurant industry who have lost income as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Support North Texas Food Bank’s efforts by donating food or funds.

Everybody Eats
Everybody Eats is providing food and resources for the Dallas service industry. 100% of donated funds will go to purchasing food from restaurants and delivering this food to service industry folks in need.

Get SHIFT Done
Connecting the affected hospitality workforce with local non-profits to serve and provide hunger relief to North Texas communities.

United Way Metropolitan Dallas
Your contribution to the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Coronavirus Response & Recovery Fund will address immediate and urgent needs of North Texans, as well as longer-term challenges that will affect education, income, and health outcomes across our community.

SHIFT Dallas is working together to provide access to education, mentorship and support for their service industry peers. In this time of crisis, we are stepping up to help organize the effort to save our industry.

Stay Informed

We recommend visiting these public health websites for regularly updated news and information on coronavirus:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization
Texas Department of State Health Services


This is an unprecedented time in our country.  Let’s be thoughtful.  Together we can all stay healthy and happy.