This top women's boutique maintains that quality comes before quantity - the shop owners only order in a few pieces of any given style; a 'stylist' approach to detail. Featured designers include Nicole Miller, Fillmore and Amelia Toro. Jigsaw also provides excellent customer service, from gift-wrapping to alterations. A great place to find a special occasion piece, or if you just feel like browsing through beautiful clothes.
Huppin's has had many incarnations over the years and, as it opened in 1908, has survived for over a century. It is now one of Spokane's premier electronic outlets - they have a wide range of electronics and also provide many helpful services including home installation and a department dedicated entirely to repairs.
This funky boutique, run by two women with a vast amount of retail experience, not only has the latest styles from over twenty designers, it is also one of the best places in Spokane to get denim. The store occasionally holds fashion events, with live music and cocktails, and unlike many boutiques, it doesn't come with an unhealthy dash of pretentiousness. Closed on Sundays.
Chocolates and beautiful flower arrangements are always crowd-pleasers, and Boehm's in downtown Spokane are experts are creating exactly the right bouquet for their customers. With an on-site Papyrus card shop, it really is a one-stop store for gifts that will suit any occasion. The staff are professional, friendly and are pleased to help out with any customization you might request. Call for more details.
Knitting has seen something of a revival lately - if your yarn curiosity has been piqued, then A Grand Yarn is a lovely place to stop in and pick up some fine wool, patterns or magazines. The store holds many classes, varying from knitting for kids to building on skills. The store is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
If you're on a family vacation and the kids are beginning to get a little restless, Uncles Games is bound to have something to keep them occupied on those long hotel nights. This store, in the beautiful Liberty Building, has a staggering range of jigsaws, board games, party games, and much more. The store also hold regular events; check the website for details.
The United Hillyard Antique Mall is a collection of nine antique stores, all within three blocks. It is Spokane's fastest growing antique center and it features the following stores: Spencer's Antiques, Thistle Dome Beads, Market St. Antiques, B&B Junk and many more. It's a wonderful place to while away a lazy Sunday afternoon; there are many treasures to be found.
This charming little boutique specializes in alpaca wool products, varying from high fashion to items of snuggly warmth and practicality. They also stock alpaca blankets, soy candles and hand-crafted jewelry, much of it sourced locally.
At the NorthTown mall, all your conventional shopping prayers are answered - it is a mecca of mall goodness, replete with Victoria's Secret, Macy's, Kohl's, JC Penney's and countless more. There is also a host of cafes and restaurants for when you're all shopped out; indulge in some sugary goodness from Cinnabon, or grab some Chinese food in Flaming Wok. There is an on-site Regal Cinema showing the latest blockbusters - perfect for a family day out.
The Garland Village is a great street in Spokane where you can find a wide variety of stores and entertainment. For improv comedy head to Blue Door Theatre or find a unique work of art at Tinman Artworks. Whether you want to window shop or find that perfect gift, this is where you should go.
The Pavilion in Riverfront Park is a distinctive part of
the Spokane skyline, located directly under a massive tent like structure. Featuring hours of family fun, the Pavilion seasonally offers carnival rides and an ice skating rink, as well ...
Near the always popular Riverfront Park, River Park Square is
a local hot spot for shopping and entertainment. In addition to department stores like Macy's and Nordstrom, check out some of the more unique stores like Made in Washington, ...
Over a century ago, the Flour Mill was a functional
flour factory. In 1974, during the massive citywide renovations for the World's Fair, the Flour Mill was converted into the retail and restaurant space it is today. Housing popular ...