Commerce, Texas is probably best known for being the home of Texas A&M- Commerce university campus. That is not all Commerce has to offer a visitor. While there are great adventures that await visitors on campus, such as rock wall climbing or high adventure ropes course be sure to meander downtown to explore the shops and dining options that the city has to offer.
Start your visit at Mugs, with a great cup of coffee. They happen to serve coffee from the same roaster we get our coffee, so it’s 100% approved by The Oaks. Addison Coffee roasters do such an amazing job with their coffee, that we are always happy to see it served locally. Mugs has a great atmosphere in their shop, if you are wanting to meet up with friends, get some work done, or just hang out. Their location and tasty beverages will sure to keep you company. They even have a cute, fresh cut flower bouquet area set up for people wanting to freshen up their homes with flowers.
As you make your way around the shops, be sure to check out The Shop. This adorably curated shop has over twenty different vendors selling their goods in one place. You can be sure to find a gift for everyone on your list, from here. The owner of the space also has her items on display and for sale as well, which makes The Shop a perfect stop for exploring new items for your house or a gift.
Need something a little sweet along your journey be sure to stop in the sweet shop, Too Good Treats. They offer gourmet popcorn, candy, ice cream and more. This might be the perfect place to hit up after you eat lunch at Dos Laredos. A little bit of Tex-Mex then on to dessert.
As you continue your way around downtown, walking off lunch and dessert there are several cute antique shops to check out and see what hidden gems you can discover. You never know if the perfect item is waiting for you in the next shop you visit.
For a little bit of night life entertainment there are a couple of options for you to try. Our favorite now is Cork and Brew. Craft beer options, or a wide variety of wine to choose from. They offer small bites to eat and even have a giant pretzel that is worth the visit. Don’t forget about bingo. Come play a few games will enjoy your favorite beverage.
If you want a little more variety in your drinks be sure to check out either The Spot or Little Bit Country. Both have a night life to offer any visitor you just have to decide what you are looking to do and how you want to be entertained.
If you are looking for more family entertainment, you can always check out The Northeast Texas Children’s museum. The children’s museum is hours of fun geared towards children age 3-8 years of age. Their admission is reasonably priced and fun for kids to learn and explore.
Commerce is a great place to visit and discover, with family and friends, there is something to do there for everyone. So if you are in town for Parents weekend, checking out your Alma mater or just visiting for the day. Be sure to explore a little more and find your new favorite activity in Commerce.