3000 Harbor Lane
Plymouth, MN 55447
Phone: (763) 559-1222
Fax: (763) 559-7819
This is a stylish, two-level shopping center. The pinwheel shape of the mall is easy to negotiate with Sears, JC Penney and two Dayton's stores anchoring the four 'spokes.' The center features a magnificent skylight illuminating the area. Fountains, trees, plants, flowers and benches give the courtyard a park-like feel. With over 1 million square feet of shopping area housing over 120 stores, Ridgedale is a true one-stop shopping experience. Other notable stores include The Disney Store, The Gap, Gap Kids, Ann Taylor, Eddie Bauer, Wilson Leather, Banana Republic, Abercrombie & Fitch, Sam Goody, Radio Shack and Victoria's Secret, along with a variety of specialty gift shops, toy, jewelry, music and shoe stores. The mall has an appealing food court featuring fast food along with restaurants like Applebee's, Dayton's Boundary Waters and Pizzeria Uno. Parking is more than adequate. Baby stroller and locker rental are available along with a coat check area, gift-wrap and cash machines. Most stores accept credit cards or personal check.
This store offers bike rentals, including tandems and child trailers.
The Bibelot Shop offers folk art clothing, Frank Lloyd Wright reproduction items, pen and ink sets, beautiful earrings, Christmas ornaments, and 1930s style papier mache Halloween pumpkins.
One of the largest and most unique gift shops in the Twin Cities area, this store features a large selection of collectibles, including items by Precious Moments, Cherished Teddies, Department 56, Villages, Boyd's Collection, and Harmony Kingdom; home decorations, crystals, candles, and gourmet food items are also offered.
This is the smallest of the shopping Dales; however, the variety of stores makes Brookdale an excellent one-stop shopping trip. Anchored by Sears, Marshall Field's, and Barnes & Noble, this one-level enclosed mall is located just minutes north of downtown Minneapolis. Other stores of note include Kohl's, Steve & Barry's University Sportswear, American Eagle Outfitters, Champs Sports, Forever 21, Helzberg Diamonds, and Radio Shack, along with a mixture of other specialty gift shops, toy stores, jewelry, music and shoe stores. The mall also has a cozy food court featuring various fast food and restaurant selections.
An excursion to this grocery store can be viewed as an adventure of culinary discovery and amazement. Locals have always considered Byerly's to be a tourist attraction, not just a haven for coupon clippers. This large multiplex houses a family restaurant, a cooking school, a bank branch, a scrumptious chocolate store, a specialty coffee shop and a gift store selling everything from greeting cards and candles to inexpensive trinkets and exorbitantly priced sculptures. Also included in this out-of-the-ordinary food shop is a full service meat and seafood department, bakery, deli, pharmacy and photo lab, a Post Office and a takeout counter featuring Chinese cuisine and sushi. Unlike most supermarkets, you will find crystal chandeliers, original art and carpeted aisles. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and you can even make an appointment with an in-store home economist. Be forewarned, the prices here merit the plush décor.
Located in a huge log cabin, this store is filled with an eclectic collection of gifts, Northwoods-style rustic furniture, accessories, collectibles, handcrafted kaleidoscopes, Willow Tree Angels, and the Williraye Collection.
One of the premiere retailers in the Twin Cities for fine furnishings, whimsical accessories, and exceptional interior design.
This Native American cultural shop features native grown foods, such as wild rice and honey, artwork by Native American artists, and an extensive selection of native and regional literature.
This fabulous gift store features such items as books, home and garden accessories, toys, unusual cards and gift wraps, jewelry from local and national artists, and unique seasonal decorations.
For the best buys and great shopping options around Minneapolis, International Market Square is where you should go. The wide-spread shopping arcade houses an array of home and commercial furnishing showrooms and nearly a dozen kitchen, bath & building products showrooms. Apart from being an all-inclusive shopping complex, International Market Square also holds designing and architecture events throughout the year to keep the public updated on the latest trends of the industry.
Minnesota's largest open-air covered market, the Minneapolis Farmers Market offers a wide selection of Minnesota-grown plants, flowers, fruits and vegetables, as well as a variety of fish, meats, poultry, and honey-baked goods.