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"Best Of Flagstaff is a widely known name throughout town for carrying an astonishing range of fine meat and cheeses, including a full line of Boarshead deli meats. The staff gladly share their extensive knowledge about their products with patrons as they make a selection, which can be a bit tricky given the variety. The market also supplies kiosks at Flagstaff farmers markets, as well as supplying several outfitting and outdoor activity and tour companies with packed lunches for excursions. Just want a sandwich to go? Randall's can help you there too! -Herman Sims
Westcor's bright and spiffy mall is Northern Arizona's only completely indoor shopping center and features more than 60 retailers beneath one roof. Anchored by JC Penney, Dillard's and Sears, the mall offers everything from boutique clothiers to toy stores, gift shops, salons, electronics retailers, shoe and sporting goods stores and jewelers. You'll also find tasty snacks and full meals at the mall's food court and a two-screen theater playing the latest releases. A stacked stone fireplace in the center court adds a cozy welcome to the otherwise bright and spacious mall.
Opened in 1972 by local writer and character Cosmic Ray this full service bicycle shop is made for and by those who love to ride. All the staff are highly experienced in both service and riding and are willing to share their expertise with you. Cosmic Ray offers a full 24 point bike inspection on tune ups, plus bike's purchased at Cosmic's include 6 months free service and the chance to test ride before making your final decision. If you're building your own custom bike, look forward to a 10% discount on your purchases here. Although they only carry a limited amount of makers, you can be sure that these are the best available bikes on the market as well as fully tested and confirmed by Cosmic's staff. -Herman Sims
Mountain Sports stocks up on serious and fun sports equipment. Buy hiking gear, jackets and bottles, or go a little crazy and pick up some unconventional stuff. The store sells edgy t-shirts with witty sayings in a range of designs and colorful Crocs. If you plan to go hiking and don't want to eat the same old tinned beans and soup, why not try the flavored pates. With flavors like chocolate and orange chilly, it is definitely not your usual camping food! And to make you feel a little better about spending your money here, know that the store donates one percent of all proceeds to the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council.
For that edgy retro look, trot down to the Basement Marketplace. This is a treasure trove for people who like old school clothes with some contemporary spice. Pick up cute and unusual tops, jeans and accessories. You can even buy groovy perfume bottles, candelabra and furniture! This underground marketplace also has restaurants where you can fuel up after a long day of shopping.
Journey from Flagstaff's inspiring peaks to the enlightened place within this gift shop. Surrounded by natural beauty, this peaceful store invites visitors to explore their spiritual potential through instruments associated with religious celebration. Browse aisles of drums, East Indian and Native American flutes, incense and an assortment of music to free the mind and lift the spirit. This colorful spot encourages guests to honor religions of all kinds, focusing on the positive energy existing between creator and creation; the harmony of man with nature.
Thunder Mountain Traders is one of downtown Flagstaff's popular trading posts, where you'll find an enormous selection of Northern Arizona merchandise and Native American art, crafts and collectibles. Handcrafted jewelry is one of the store's specialties, along with Native rugs and blankets, Kachinas and dolls as well as Western wear, hats and moccasins. Postcards, gift items and novelties make great remembrances of your visit to Flagstaff and Northern Arizona. All Native-made items are guaranteed to be authentic, and many of the items are signed by the artisans.
Each week, this downtown book seller selects a different subject area and features books of that genre at half-off the regular price. The owners carry a full range of subjects, from local history and culture to national best sellers. You'll also find a good selection of cards, calendars and magazines here. If you don't immediately find what you're looking for, be sure to ask one of the friendly staff members; they'll help you locate the desired material, or will try to find it for you elsewhere.
This well-stocked downtown sporting goods dealer has everything you need to hit the slopes in winter and the hiking trails and local lakes in the spring, fall and summer. When you have the sudden urge to ski at Snowbowl, but don't have the gear, never fear. This place has complete and reasonably priced downhill, cross-country and snowboard packages. You'll also find a full spectrum of camping and hiking gear and water sports equipment, as well as all manner of items for individual and group sports activities. The staff is trained to help you select the size and style that best fits your abilities and your goals.
If you're looking for adventure in the forests, canyons and deserts around Flagstaff, check out this highly visible outdoors equipment store downtown opposite from the train station. Both sales and rentals are available for camping, flyfishing, hiking and winter sports. This includes clothing, footwear, gifts, tents, as well as advice from a very knowledgable staff. A large selection of brand-name equipment and clothing is available.
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