4312 Cerrillos Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Phone: (505) 474-7330
Fax: (505) 474-0951
4312 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe, NM, US, 87507
- Phone: (505) 474-7330
- Fax: (505) 474-0951
This outdoor mall is a great place to shop for clothing, home interiors, shoes, and more. With more than 30 stores to choose from, you are sure to find what you are looking for, at a great price. Clothing stores include designer names like Brooks Brothers, Liz Claiborne, G.H. Bass, Van Heusen, and Donna Karan. If you are looking for quality luggage, there's the Coach House and Samsonite/American Tourister Store.
You will inevitably enjoy and delight in the discovery that Jackalope, a Santa Fe landmark, is more than just a store. This open-air, international marketplace is a festival of sights, sounds and merchandise. South American Tapestries, Mexican pottery, clothing, rustic furniture and garden accessories are among the selection you can purchase. From noon to 3 p.m. daily, there are live entertainers and you can grab a bite to eat at the Jackalope Cafe.
Bite into the healthy, yet massive sandwiches at the Chocolate Maven Bakery and Cafe, but save room for the baked desserts. Salads, with a myriad of dressing choices like fresh raspberry vinaigrette, are crispy and fresh, while the grilled sandwiches are a local favorite. Croissants, scones, muffins, tea breads, pies, cookies, bundt cakes, tarts, brownies, cheesecakes and more, are on offer to please your sweet-tooth.
Tin Nee Ann Trading Co. is a wonderland of homemade jewelry and arts and crafts. This store offers a wide variety of high quality southwestern goods to choose from, including turquoise jewelry and Native American-inspired gifts. Tin Nee Ann is the perfect place to pick up some local souvenirs to remember Santa Fe by.
The largest of its kind in the state, the Santa Fe Farmers Market has been in business since the 1960s and is known as one of the best in the nation. The Market offers a huge selection of fresh, locally-grown and organic produce. Over a hundred vendors set up shop carrying cheese, meat, eggs, baked goods, flowers, crafts and body care products. This is a true community event, with volunteer and educational opportunities, live music, and local radio broadcasting live from the site every Saturday. There is even a dog-sitting service available at the market entrance.
Before embarking on your adventure holiday in Santa Fe, drop in at this REI outlet for the right clothing, equipment and accessories. All your needs for skiing, climbing, snowboarding, hiking, cycling and camping will be met here. Quality products by well-known brand names grace the shelves at REI Santa Fe. They also let out equipments on rent, making it an ideal option for those who don't want to purchase. Maintenance of your cycle or snowboard can also be done here.
Kowboyz is the perfect place to find a new pair cowboy boots or add a little Southwestern punch to your wardrobe. This vintage store carries a wide variety of western wear, including shirts, boots, accessories and more at affordable prices. There are fashionable and functional pieces for every cowboy and cowgirl in your rodeo.
In the late 1880s, this site was a railroad-warehousing center. Today, after an extensive restoration in 1984, the property is a market center and a wonderful site of civic activity. Bright colors and ornate landscaping give a festive air to the exterior. There are a number of quality shops that carry clothing, candles, shoes and jewelry. Many of the boutiques are locally owned, although you will find a Border's Bookstore and a Cost Plus World Market at Sanbusco Market Center. If you work up an appetite, stop in at Pranzo Italian Grill or El Tesoro Cafe for a bite. The marketplace often holds special events; see the website for specific details.
If, upon first glance, you mistook Big Star Books and Music for a private home, you're not alone. This small, locally-owned, used bookstore is situated in a pitched-roof, former residence that is painted with a cute blue trim and decorated with window boxes. The contents spill out onto the tiny front porch, with $1 CDs and books on display outside to lure you in. Inside, there are small sections of rap, blues and country, plus a larger pop/rock section, but books comprise the majority of the stock. You can buy, sell or trade any day of the week, with no advance appointment required.
If you want to experience what a real trading post was like when Santa Fe had dirt streets and the traffic consisted of cattle herds on their way to market, visit the Rio Bravo Trading Company. Once through the doors, you are whisked into the past. Adorning every square inch of wall and shelf space are items from the Old West, like spurs, old pawn, authentic Native American jewelry, boots, rawhide chaps, cowboy hats, rifles and antique Navajo rugs. If only this merchandise could talk, what stories it might tell.
Cupcake Clothing is a charming boutique offering fashionable women's clothing. The knowledgeable and helpful staff will always do their best to help you find exactly what you're looking for, whether it be jewelry, accessories, bags or clothes. Cupcake also offers a line of all-natural makeup.
As long as you don't come here in anticipation of thrift store prices, Double Take should please you with some unique finds. These include vintage clothes, cowboy boots, jewelry and accessories for both men and women. Allow ample time to browse the selections, as this is the city's largest consignment store. Double Take also has several designated areas for an art gallery, Santa Fe Pottery, a baby store, and housewares and furniture.