Browse through an impressive collection of odd items that are a dream-come-true for collectors. From old train lanterns, cast iron toys, bone-saws, weapons, postcards, antique papers, poison bottles, medical equipment, cameras, pendants and musical instruments. One visit is certainly not enough to experience the beauty of this shop. The store timings are flexible, depending solely on the mood of the owner.
First opened in 1971 as a small, nook-and-cranny bookstore, the Tattered Cover has since then become a literary institution in Denver! This independent and used bookstore has opened three additional venues in the past thirty years; in addition to being well-stocked in indie titles, it has hosted a wide variety of community cultural events, including appearances by Barack Obama, Joan Didion, Buckminster Fuller, Julia Child, Margaret Atwood and astronaut John Glenn (among many, others). Bookworms, you've got a home here!
The Aurora Mall is one of the older malls in the city, but it still has plenty to offer avid shoppers. Brands represented include Macy's, Old Navy, Vans, Radio Shack and Sears. There is also an on-site mall food court. It could do with a revamp but Aurora Mall has a certain charm and it can be a great people-watching venue. Call for opening hours.
8401 Park Meadows Center Drive Lone Tree, CO 80124-5128
Officially billed as the 'Park Meadows Retail Resort,' this mall's name reflects its attempt to replicate an alpine resort environment. The mall security officers resemble park rangers. Rock formations rise in rest areas, and the pine interior reminds shoppers more of a ski lodge than a suburban shopping mall. Nordstrom and Dillard's anchor the mall's other gift stores and boutiques. It is easily accessible and the perfect place to shop, dine and entertain.
Wines Off Wynkoop features remarkable wines from around the world while maintaining a diverse selection of vintages to meet any budget. Wine tastings are offered regularly and the skilled staff welcomes the opportunity to turn beginners into connoisseurs. This wonderful wine shop also offers accessories such as carafes and corkscrews and a large selection of spirits and special microbrews for any occasion. Merlots, chardonnays, zinfindels and cabernets are all there.
The mall is a mile-long, tree-lined promenade stretching through the heart of downtown. Bustling with street vendors, souvenir shops, clothing and jewelry stores, and a plethora of bars and restaurants, this energetic strip offers plenty of variety. The Denver Pavilions, at the entrance of the mall, is a new open air-shopping plaza filled with trendy chains, including the Denver edition of the Hard Rock Café. The D & F Tower, a 325-foot (100-meter) replica of the Campanile (bell tower) in Venice, graces the center of the mall. The Tabor Center adds to the shopping enthusiasm. Free shuttles provide transportation up and down the mall, allowing for convenient cross-town sightseeing.
Here you can find the perfect flower arrangement or sweetheart card for your favorite darling, or add to your travel apparel from some of the fine stores that line this small square. It has restaurants, as well as a confectionery store to handle any sweet tooth urges. Roam the red brick-laid walkways through art galleries, jewelry stores, and other specialty shops. There is easy access to and from the 16th Street shuttle.
This store offers a distinct collection of leather jackets including trench coats and dusters. Some jackets are collared and cuffed with fur, while others exhibit a real Western look with beaded detailing. There are even statement-making suede jackets. The wool ponchos and cloaks go nicely with the leather moccasins on display. Other leather goods include stylish backpacks, attaché cases, totes, shoes, boots, belts, hats, wallets, gloves and even pet beds.
This multi-faceted gallery features comfortable and sophisticated casual clothes in silk and cashmere making it perfect for women in search of something stylish and smart. Women can also accessorize favorite outfits with detailed jewelry, hats, scarves and handbags. Or if it is something for the house that is needed there are plenty of home decor items such as china and glassware to select from. Collectibles range from figurines to waterfalls and make this store a visual delight. Call for opening hours.
Carving its niche in the fashion industry and through the years becoming a familiar name when it comes to legit Western gear, Rockmount Ranch Wear, is a must for all things cowboy. Beginning its legacy way back in 1946 in downtown Denver, the family business designed and developed clothing ranges built both for comfort and style. The Rockmount's signature shirt even forms part of the exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution and pieces from their collection have been worn by all our outback heroes, both latest and greatest, including Woody Harrelson, Robert Redford, Dennis Quaid and Kiefer Sutherland. The line has stayed steady on its course by including options for women and children as well. And the accessories section is made complete by their range of hats - in both felt and straw, belts, boots, scarves and more. For more on their collection, dawdle through their website or stop by their store.
St Killian's cheese shop, located next to the main Highland
shopping district, is the best specialty cheese store in Denver. With a huge selection of pre cut, made to order, and rare cheeses, St Killian's variety can't be beat. ...
The Denver Pavilions, located downtown at the south end of
the 16th Street Mall, is Denver's latest upscale shopping plaza and entertainment center, stocked with popular chains. This three tiered, open air venue is a hotspot of activity, especially ...
Green Monkey Baby is Denver's only eco friendly, all organic
baby and infant clothing boutique. The clothes and baby accessories by themselves are fashionable enough, but the company's commitment to only purchasing fair trade clothing made using organic ingredients ...