1 West Flatiron Crossing Drive Broomfield, CO 80021
Flatiron Crossing shopping mall opened as a large but traditional shopping center. Flatiron Crossing is filled with department shoes, local specialty shops, and indoor sales kiosks and food shops. Over time, the shopping mall has grown an addition called The Village. The Village includes a playground, formal restaurants, larger stores and Boulder County's largest movie theater. The Village also supports seasonal activities such as ice skating. Today, Flatiron Crossing is similar to a city with additional shopping plazas extending beyond the Village. You can also ride a free link bus around shopping center. Flatiron Crossing may not be the easiest mall to get around, but with the sheer size and number of stores, restaurants, and services available, shoppers are sure to find whatever they need! -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
This specialty store in the Village is a great place to find original art or get your favorite work framed. There is a wide selection of etchings, engravings, lithographs and serigraphs, including the work of artist Thomas Kinkade. George Hager's scenic landscape and wildlife photographs are a popular display. The staff is eager to help you to find the print you are looking for. Closed Mondays and the last Sunday of every month.
The Boulder Wine Merchant has such a varied and vast stock that it is like having an indoor version of Napa Valley in the Rocky Mountains. But what really sets it apart is the knowledge behind the inventory. Owner Wayne Belding, one of only 37 master sommeliers in the country, takes great pride in only selling wines that he is familiar with so as to assure top quality for his customers. In addition it also sponsors special wine tastings so as to keep aficionados informed of new and exciting vintages.
This blue trimmed boutique in the Village has clothing for women of all ages. The small store is brimming with designer styles, accessories, and jewelry for girls, pre-teens and adults. Try on a dress for any occasion, whether prom, a wedding or a casual night out. While you are waiting for the dressing room, kick back on the comfy couch in the middle of the store. The staff is very accommodating.
If you are looking for computer equipment and accessories at a reasonable price, stop by this shop in the Village. Here you can buy, sell or trade new or used computers, printers and related items. The selection depends on recent trades and sales, but when the inventory is high, you can find the best prices in town. If the shop does not have exactly what you need, the friendly staff will refer you to a store in town that does.
This children's clothing store exudes a boutique quality, but the prices are not expensive. Dress up your child in designs from Cach Cach, Sweet Potatoes, Hartstrings and Cozy Toes. There is a large selection of infant and toddler apparel for dress up or just romping around. However, you will not find rugged or outdoor kids gear here, as the name might suggest. The staff will help you find the right sizes and styles.
Tons of unique toys fill this brightly painted store. Founded in 1977 by a former teacher, the shop's philosophy promotes cultural awareness and a heightened perception of the importance of children in global issues. Despite this rather child-heavy philosophy, this shop offers a great selection of kid diversions. There are development toys for infants such as play quilts and mirrors. Older kids can find puppets, science kits, and arts and crafts supplies such as crayons, doodle pads and bead accessories. Dolls, including Raggedy Ann, and doll accessories are well stocked as are stuffed toy animals, train sets and make-believe kits. All the the major brands are offered and include Briarpatch, Rokenbok and Small World to name a few. Free giftwrap is available.
This specialty store in the Village is a haven for travelers. Every staff member is an experienced adventurer with sound advice for you. Browse luggage, books, maps and travel clothing. Everything in this shop is geared to making your trip much more enjoyable. It even carries lightweight gear designed for backpackers. Jack Kerouac would had liked this place.
Offering standard supermarket selections and exotic imported goods, this is a favorite stop for all of Boulder's food lovers. The clean, well-kept aisles offer a large choice of fresh regular, organic and imported foods. The deli serves hearty sandwiches and features an array of daily specials. The pot stickers are an especially tasty snack. The store can be crowded in the evenings, as it is the primary supermarket for North Boulder.
Just walking into this scholarly bookshop you will make you feel like your IQ raises 17 points. The store has two floors and numerous rooms cluttered with books offering all manner of intellectual pursuits. Wander around upstairs and browse through the assortment of academic hardbacks on topics ranging from literature to biography to science. Head downstairs for previously owned best sellers and other popular paperbacks. Prices are very reasonable.
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