Fiori Flowers is an upscale flower boutique and has continued its tradition of arranging flowers in the most beautiful way. It has a team of capable staff who are experts in the business of flower arrangement and the designs created by them are very unique. On doesnt need an occasion to present flowers and is a great way to brighten someone's day. Boulder is famous for its beautiful community gardens and vegetable farms, and Fiori Flowers has further contributed to this beauty!
El Loro Jewelry and Clog Company offers a a wide range of silver jewelry with designs from all around the world, but its specialty is Swedish clogs. You can also buy semiprecious stones, Feng Shui products and incense from El Loro. Customers can get jewelry designed according to their choice, made by local artists. El Loro opened in May 1977 and has been a prime attraction for tourists coming to Boulder. The jewelry and other items at El Loro make excellent gifts.
This hot lingerie store is owned by Debra Caplin. It offers a line of under-garments and swimwear from the classic to the subtle sexy look for women, men, and even kids. The store stocks thongs, g-strings, butt shorts and anything else you can think of that goes under the lingerie category! They also sell a range of bras, camisoles and t-shirts.
This funky shop is difficult to classify. It bills itself as a garden shop, but its wild collection of brightly colored chairs, antique furniture, and indoor and outdoor fountains are so "ooh-will-you-look-at-that" different that it could easily be described as a one-of-a-kind gift shop. Most of the antiques are used as display shelves for plants and flowers, so you may have to confirm with the staff that they are indeed for sale. There are also plenty of garden sculptures.
Mountain and road biking are synonymous with Boulder and Colorado. The chance to shoot down rocky steeps, conquer immense climbs and maneuver about some of the best singletraks in the world draws thousands of thrill seekers to the local trails each year. Stop by this popular shop for last minute accessories and inside tips on the best trails. Browse the latest in bicycle fashion, and look hip while on the ride. You can rent all sorts of two-wheeled creations, from tandems to city bikes to top mountain bikes for every skill level. Helmets and locks are included with rentals. The store does bike repairs and customizing.
With a name that implies it stocks and sells nothing but jars of reddish-brown spice and marinated cucumbers, it is a true shock to wander into this friendly little shop and see endless shelves of toys. The shop sells the kind of hands-on toys that help foster imaginations, and, even more importantly, toys that Grandma can understand. Colored crayons and pencils, stencil kits, tubes of glitter, Nerf toys, jigsaw puzzles, card games, flutes and harmonicas, model cars, books, water rockets, stuffed bears, tops and dolls are just a hint of what can be found at this child-magic shop. Most of the toys are geared towards allowing children to employ their imaginations with direct involvement. Hence, do not go in expecting to find digital computer games.
Just when you thought Boulder fashion centered on fleece, flannel and hippie wear, you stumble upon this studious shop. Specializing in stylish yet traditional business wear, The Regiment Shops carries classic suit designs for men. You will also find a selection of accessories including a wide assortment of designer ties. The professional staff offers skilled suggestions and makes sure you leave looking perfect. Tailoring is also available.
Boulder's bohemian image would not be complete with out the Beat Book Shop. The eccentric shop keeps the Beat subculture alive. A vast selection features titles from all genres but focuses on the wandering literary spirits of the 50s and 60s. You will find works by Allen Ginsberg, a local Boulderite until his death in 1997, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Gary Snyder, and Denver native, Neil Cassidy. Browse new and used fiction, literature and poetry. A number of first editions are available.
Located among the mix retail outlets stretching west of the Pearl Street Mall, this hip chain keeps up with the latest trends on both coasts. It is a haven for the 20-something crowd. Designer urban styles range from chic, to sexy, to downright baggy. Choose from an assortment of eclectic household items and knickknacks from a variety of brand names. The cluttered multi-level store feels like a giant garage sale.
Standing among the array of shops peddling Colorado knickknacks on the Pearl Street Mall, this store is an upscale version of its counterparts. You can pick up quality Boulder and Colorado apparel here, including high quality sweatshirts, T-shirts and caps. Browse the gourmet food section, and take home items made in Colorado, including a tasty selection of pore-opening salsas. There is also a great selection of maps, guidebooks and Colorado picture books.
Tee and Cakes, located a few doors down from the
Pearl Street Mall, combines baked goodies and original apparel! Tee and Cakes specializes in cupcakes for take away and group orders; does cakes and catering for large events like ...
The Boulder Bookworm is one of the few non chain
bookstores in Boulder that can hold its own against the fantastic Boulder Bookstore. Located just outside of downtown, the Bookworm specializes in used and rare books, with many first ...
Named for the combination of Boulder and Colorado, this exquisite
Victorian hotel, built in 1909, treats guests to a lavish stay. Historic rooms bedecked in a posh style provide business and leisure travelers the ultimate in refined luxury and ...