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Where’s the best shopping in Denver?

I’ll be in Denver for about a week - what are the best malls, or areas to shop? I will have a car so will be able to drive. Thanks!

4 Answers

answered by
Melanie from Denver

For malls try the Cherry Creek Shopping Center which has a lot of mid-to-high level boutiques. The Denver Pavilions are nice and Northfield Stapleton is OK but definitely a notch down from Cherry CreekPark Meadows Dr is also a good one—very rustic feel. Flatiron Crossing is good—they have a really cool autograph store there if you know any sports fans! They also have a great crepe restaurant that I love called Café Crêpe.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Cherry Creek (attraction)
  2. Denver Pavilions (attraction)
  3. Northfield Stapleton (attraction)
  4. Park Meadows Dr (attraction)
  5. Flatiron Crossing (attraction)
  6. Café Crêpe (restaurant)
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answered first by
Talia from Boston

I would go to Denver just to see the Tattered Cover Book Store. I always buy something here whenever I go and could stay here for hours. Larimer Square is another place I love to go. Some great stores here like Timbuk2 which has great backpacks and travel gear, Goorin Bros. Hat Shop - Larimer Square which has really cool hats, Cry Baby Ranch for Western clothes, and Hailee Grace for really nice women’s clothing. 

W 38th Ave street is a great place to shop. Stitch Boutique of Denver there is great. Fort Collins is also great for shopping! Try a place called RusticThread Boutique that has really cute things and great prices.

There’s a great place on Platte called Sous le Lit that has really pretty clothing and jewelry.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Tattered Cover Book Store (attraction)
  2. Larimer Square (attraction)
  3. Timbuk2 (attraction)
  4. Goorin Bros. Hat Shop - Larimer Square (attraction)
  5. Cry Baby Ranch (attraction)
  6. Hailee Grace (attraction)
  7. W 38th Ave (attraction)
  8. Stitch Boutique of Denver (attraction)
  9. Fort Collins (city)
  10. RusticThread Boutique (attraction)
  11. Sous le Lit (attraction)
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answered by
Patrick from Denver

Take a walk along Broadway/South Broadway from 1st Ave down to Bayaud or so. You'll find shops with local art/artisans, cool specialty boutiques, vintage stuff etc. Hazel & Dewey has an amazing selection of cool kitchen items and homegoods, like small batch cocktail supplies, cutting boards, kitchen tools, etc. Decade Gifts has mid-mod and vintage furniture and ephemera. Buffalo Exchange has some great finds sometimes. There's a great shoe store, all-natural pet stuff, and a few men's and women's boutiques. Some people find the stretch too hipster-y, but if you want cool, unique finds, that's definitely a good start.

If you want something more exclusive, fashion-wise (and have some money to burn): Women's stuff at GoldynJiberish LoHi for men's wear, and Topo Designs to get outdoorsy. 

Second the vote for Tattered Cover Book Store or Tattered Cover Book Store (depending on your neighborhood). 

If you like music and record stores, hit up Twist & Shout Records or Wax Trax Records.  

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Hazel & Dewey (attraction)
  2. Decade Gifts (attraction)
  3. Buffalo Exchange (attraction)
  4. Goldyn (attraction)
  5. Jiberish LoHi (attraction)
  6. Topo Designs (attraction)
  7. Tattered Cover Book Store (attraction)
  8. Tattered Cover Book Store (attraction)
  9. Twist & Shout Records (attraction)
  10. Wax Trax Records (attraction)
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answered by
Rick from Denver

Check out the Cherry Creek retail neighborhood. They also have a fine indoor mall. For bargains, head south on I-25 to the outlet mall in Castle Rock. Boulder has a nice retail/pedestrian mall called Pearl Street. And downtown Denver has plenty of shopping on the 16th Street Mall and in Larimer Square. In the suburb of Lone Tree there is an upscale mall called Park Meadows. It's very popular.

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