Locals agree that Cherry Creek tailors Hamdi and Kiraz Sahin are among the best alterations specialists in town. Between them they offer over 40 years of combined experience. They operate from their small, but deceptively classic basement shop, nestled behind Cherry Creek Custom Floral in Cherry Creek North's exclusive shopping district. Their scrupulous work on suits, gowns, suede and leather is swift and, more importantly, always reliable. One day emergency service is available. Prices are reasonable.
Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor, Tiffany & Co. and Ralph Lauren anchor the 160 shops at this upscale mall. The indoor playground, designed around a breakfast theme, features slides that resemble bacon strips alongside enormous plastic eggs. The mall also features valet parking, in addition to 5000 covered spaces in the adjoining free parking garage. Haagen-Dazs and California Pizza Kitchen are on-site as is a multiplex movie theater.
This distinctive outdoor mall features 26 blocks of swanky salons, boutiques and restaurants. Sip coffee as you walk along tree lined avenues. Enjoy some pampering at one of the district's premier salons. Stroll through art galleries and designer boutiques. Allow at least an hour to browse the Tattered Cover bookstore. Then have dinner and drinks at a trendy bistro. Cherry Creek North Shopping District, which encompasses First, Second and Third Avenues from University to Steele, also serves as a showcase for the local galleries during the annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival. Street parking is tight. It is best to park across the street and use the Cherry Creek Mall's free parking garage.
This stylish boutique offers a variety of menswear and accessories perfectly suited for travel. All cottons are machine-washable and the St. Croix microfiber selections resist wrinkling so travelers can unpack and go without worrying about their trousers being so wrinkled that they resemble a topographical map. The store features primarily men's clothing, but women can find a few selections as well. Service is professional and friendly. All St. Croix clothing is made in the United States.
"Selection" is the main selling point for Men's Wearhouse, conveniently positioned in the Cherry Creek North Shopping District. Choose suits from such designers as Pierre Cardin, Evan Picone and Oscar de la Renta. Browse an extensive selection of business casual attire, as well as quality formalwear and men's shoes. On-site tailoring is available. Accessories such as leather belts, socks and fashionable ties also cover its shelves.
Sure, Performance is an east coast bike chain competing with independents in a western, mountain-riding environment, but its prices on accessories are hard to beat. So if you need a few last minute things before a day on the trail do not be afraid to save a few dollars on tubes, lubricants, patches, tools, tires and other important items needed for a smooth ride. The bikes in stock-Specialized, Giant and Mongoose, cater to the beginner and intermediate riders. Watch for sales for great savings on clothing and components.
This record shop is a solidly independent store that recently expanded into two buildings. The value of over 20,000 pieces of vinyl is enhanced by the collection of new and used turntables for sale, alongside dozens of lava lamps. The motley selection of music at Twist & Shout is too much for even one room. Dealing in over 100,000 new and used CDs, it offers a skilled staff to help customers find obscure treasures. Used CDs are updated daily and generally sold at a reasonable price.
This quaint dress shop is a real find, here in Denver. Fully beaded wedding gowns, reminiscent of the 1930s and 1940s, dazzle with not just craftsmanship but price tag as well. Vintage evening wear in velvet and lace line the racks, along with stylized pill-box hats, jewelry, and jackets. If you are looking for something special for a gala night out, then look no further. Svelte designs, accentuated features, feathers and sequins made available here will make you the star at any social gathering. Delicate pieces, old world charm and dedicated staff make this store most lovable for all shoppers.
The faint scent of old paper comforts readers coming to The Hermitage Bookshop from far and wide. Lining the shelves are titles from a forgotten time lovingly preserved by the keepers of this bookhouse and includes Victorian Yellowbacks that once so familiarly made accessible racy novels and witty authors. Nestled into the leather chairs or propped on a stool, readers are yet again taken on journeys through time and tradition at one of the oldest bookstores in the city. The store also seeks to keep alive art of reading with read aloud sessions for students and children.
The Truffle is one of many Denver cheese stores enjoying the local spotlight, and probably one of the best as well. Located a short distance from the Cherry Creek Mall, the Truffle is easy to find but just out-of-the-way enough that it is rarely crowded and visitors can enjoy one-on-one attention and help from the knowledgeable staff. The Truffle is an old-fashioned cheese store; you will find nothing else there, but the amount of cheese is surprising and more than enough to take up an afternoon! Tastings are available, as is advice on food and drink to pair with the different cheeses, information on their production and discovery, and much, much more! Pick up a wheel of brie or whatever tickles your fancy and enjoy some amazing cheese!