This Old Market bookstore is not your typical, "run-of-the-mill" used book shop. The owners do not take donations and they pay cash for book trade-ins. What this gives the store is thousands of choice titles that often cannot be found in a library or a new release bookstore. The inventory includes out-of-print editions, first editions, signed copies of some of the finest novels, non-fiction and literary works available today. Whether you are seeking good reading material, or a collector's item, this store is worth a closer look.
No visit to Omaha is complete without a stop in the Old Market. Do not let the cobblestone streets fool you. Although charming, this eclectic corner of the city lays claim to some of the best shops and restaurants in town. Enjoy Italian at Vivace, invite a special someone to The French Cafe or sip a microbrew at the Upstream. Small shops offer everything from alternative music to cultural clothing, even a year-round selection of Christmas decorations. Several art galleries are also located in the area.
If fresh produce, handmade quilts and linens, freshly cut flowers, locally canned jams and home-cooked baked goods are your thing, be sure to check out the potpourri of items available here. Parents push strollers, couples walk with dogs...even chefs from nearby restaurants frequent the Farmers Market to stock up on just-picked tomatoes, salad greens, berries and more. Located in a spacious parking area in the Old Market, this weekly event runs through the summer.
Feeling a bit like Scrooge? Step into this beautifully decorated shop specializing in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and you will feel like Santa in no time. Thousands of ornaments, priced $2 and up, hang from the many trees and displays tucked into every nook and cranny of this Old Market mainstay. Shoppers will also find holiday figurines, china, dolls, music, decorative items and much, much more. Other holidays are represented as well, with various displays devoted to Halloween, Thanksgiving, Easter, July 4th and so on.
What started as a hypnotherapist's workshop has grown and transformed into what is now an all-things-metaphysical shop, where you can find everything from celtic cloaks and tarot cards to jewelry and candles. Started by Charlie, The Next Millennium is a family owned business and has a wonderful staff most of whom have been working there for many years. The shop is stocked with books about Wicca, hypnotherapy and more and also has a wonderful collection of incense to go with your practice. The store also sells herbs, feng-shui items, bumper stickers among the many eclectic items. They encourage curiosity about Reiki, tarot, spell-work, and other metaphysical practices so do call in to find out more. You can even follow them on Twitter and Facebook or drop by their blog.
The awe-inspiring wine selection ranges from fresh Beaujolais Nouveau in the fall to the well-aged taste of a fine Merlot. Labels representing wineries from around the globe line the shelves. Strong customer service complements the fine stock. Do not be afraid to ask for advice or for a special order. Wine accessories and imported foods also available. A deli inside in the store dishes up delicious salads and sandwiches. Eat in or ask for it "to go."
Yes, this store is heaven for Nebraska Cornhusker fans. Clothing accounts for the bulk of the merchandise. T-shirts and sweatshirts pay tribute to the Big Red. Shoppers can choose from specific sports or generic slogans. Most color choices are limited to red, white, gray or black (as in the Husker blackshirt defense). Several styles of baby clothing are also available. Novelty items include key chains, Husker music and more. Do not miss the huge selection of Husker coats and jackets.
Canfield Plaza is your one stop shop for household utilities and essentials. This family-friendly shopping center opened in 1970 and continues to be an Omaha staple. Canfield's Sporting Goods and Jensen Tire and Auto are some of its oldest tenants. Keyboard Kastle boasts the largest collection of musical instruments in Midwest. Make a pit stop for a quick bite at Little Caesars Pizza, Scooter's Coffee House or Taco Bell.
If you're looking out for the latest American trends in clothing or the best accessories then American Eagle Outfitters is where you should shop. Here is a store that neither compromises on quality nor ideas and innovations. It adorns you with its mesmerizing collection of exclusive fashion wear. So whether its elegance or a funky look that you're aiming at, American Eagle Outfitters fits the bill.
If you are looking for a one-stop wedding shop, this is the place. You will find bridal gowns, prom dresses, veils, bridesmaid, flower girl and mother's dresses, tuxedos, shoes, jewelry, invitations, accessories, alterations and gown preservation all under one roof. A professional staff of wedding consultants help you choose the gown, headpiece and accessories to complement your personal style and personality. It will also assist with choosing tuxedos that will add to the beauty and elegance of your special occasion. Storage services, steaming and stuffing are also available.
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