Although Reno has great entertainment throughout the city, head to southwest Reno for the best shopping. If you encounter bad weather on your trip and go inside Mayberry Landing Shopping Center or Meadowood Mall, you can find great shops all under one roof. However don't forget to find the unique stores outside of shopping centers, such as the Attic.
Silver and glass admirers strike it rich in this shop, which serves up handmade sterling silver jewelry and fine Italian Murano glass works. Other fine treats in store for shoppers include crystal Swarovski pieces as well as fragrances and cosmetics. Also, glass chandeliers and smaller decorative objects can be specially ordered. Closed on Thursdays and Sundays.
At Foot Locker it's easy to find what you want. A huge range of sport shoes for adults and kids has made this place pretty popular. Also find shoulder pads, baseball bats, vinyl poms, duffel bags, gloves, and sports apparel in brands from Diadora to Umbro. The wares can also be purchased online; call for opening hours.
Tara Hamilton opened this small shop to give the women in Reno an alternative shopping experience, besides the malls. The collection is not haute couture but definitely smart and sassy. New designers are encouraged to showcase their stuff. Accessories made from recycled clothing by two creative teenagers share shelf space with works of other innovative local women. If one is tired of big brand names, this attic might just feel like a breath of fresh air. Call for opening hours.
Maybe you have been searching for a urethane ball with a cool skull on it, or one that has an eye painted on the outside? This store, situated within the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, has all styles and brands to suit just about anyone. Also featured is a wide array of shoes, bags and accessories to handle all your bowling needs. The knowledgeable and friendly staff will assist you in making your bowling purchase. After they get you all set up, bowl a few games at the 24-hour bowling Center to give the new stuff a try. Call for opening hours.
This is a large shop and all 6,000-square-feet of it is filled with antiques, all exquisitely displayed. You will find African art, silver, vintage clothing, furniture, pottery, toys, textiles, Americana and more. Fine paintings and prints are available, as well as art glass, toys and linens. It also buys items and offers furniture consignment. You will need plenty of time to enjoy everything there is to see. Call for opening hours.
This local mall is a shopping oasis in the middle of the high desert. With more than 15 specialty shops from which to choose, you can meet all your needs with just one stop. At this quaint and unique shopping center you will be able to have a delightful lunch at Buenos Grill. Maybe pick up some wine at the Whispering Vine and get that floral centerpiece for your dinner table. Relax with a cappuccino at Walden's Coffee Company once you've had enough shopping. Call for opening hours.
Everything you ever wanted to know about gaming and then some. This store has the most complete collection of how-to books in northern Nevada. You will find titles on every table and card game imaginable. Besides a vast compilation of reading materials, the store has table and hand-held games of all kinds, gaming videos, software and real slot machines for sale. Even if you don't have an interest in gambling, this is a fun place to browse and pick up a souvenir or two. Call for opening hours.
Several dealers sell quality wares in this spacious shop. The selection includes primitives, books, silver, carnival glass and fine furniture. Unique jewelry items and western memorabilia can also be found here. Each seller has an eclectic collection of goodies. There is a hint of the decorator's touch in the store; it is very elegant, always neat and clean, and a real pleasure to browse. The antiques are skillfully displayed and the prices are reasonable. Call for opening hours.
This great shopping place is light, airy and conveniently located near major casinos and the Reno/Sparks Convention Center. The mall is anchored by Macys and JC Penney, with more than 100 shops and a large selection of eateries. Plenty of parking is available, and the local bus system has a station on the south side of the mall. Whether you want to find a cool haven from the summer heat or need a special gift, this is Reno's best shopping.