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In 1967, faded Nicollet Avenue, the city's principal shopping area, was converted into Nicollet Mall, one of the country's first pedestrian malls. The traffic-clogged street was replaced with a rolling, 30-foot wide roadway for buses and taxis only. Sidewalks were widened and turned into a shady, flower-filled boulevard. A clock presides over Peavey Plaza at 11th Street. This 12-block area is home to hundreds of shops, theaters, department stores, and restaurants.
Rosedale Center is one of the strongest and most diverse regional shopping centers serving both Minneapolis and St. Paul. Tenant lineup includes Banana Republic, Coach, J. Jill and Ben Bridge Jewelers. The lineup for larger retailers includes Macy's, Herberger's, and JCPenney. Among the selection of full-service restaurants, you will find Romano's Macaroni Grill, Big Bowl Fresh Chinese & Thai, Ruby Tuesday, and Green Mill. Other Tenants include AMC Theatres (14–screen, stadium seating) Granite City Food & Brewery, Borders, Talbots, Ann Taylor Loft, Panera Bread, Williams–Sonoma, and much more! Designed with convenience in mind, the Rosedale Center boasts curbside parking in front of retail stores and pedestrian-friendly shopping with easy access. A centrally located grand staircase and passenger elevator connect the two levels of the center.
Unlike the sprawling mega structures of the vast suburban malls, Calhoun Square is a quaint urban collection of several specialty shops. Browse Borders Bookstore, check out the latest electronic games or traditional board games at Games People Play or drop in the Golden Leaf for a superb selection of cigars and pipe tobacco. There are also kiosks scattered throughout the mall featuring original and handmade items from local artisans. Dining choices include the elegant Figlio Restaurant and Bar, jazzy Famous Dave's BBQ & Blues and the steady Good Earth. Nearby Urban Outfitters and Express offer a wide variety of apparel to meet the tastes of young and mature alike. Within walking distance are Williams Uptown Pub & Peanut Bar and the artsy Suburban World Cinema Grill and Uptown Theater. This place is not to be missed at any cost.
The Shops at West End is a market place, known for its exciting mix of shopping outlets, eateries and entertainment venues. The market has a number of boutiques of both, local as well as international; a variety of restaurants and bars and movie theaters. If that is not enough, the place also houses some of the best spas and salons, in town. The Shops at West End have something for everyone, making the place one of the best spots for shopping, in town.
This slightly eclectic shopping center offers everything from great eating to lovely displays of art. There is an emphasis on the latest fashion and designers alongside conventional favorites, including A Pea in a Pod, L'Occitane and Tiffany and Co. A self-styled upscale shopping experience, a shopping spree here might be a little heavy on the wallet.