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Anchored on three ends by Foley's, Dillard's and Sears, Ingram Park Mall is a traditional mall that houses traditional stores as well as some Texas favorites such as James Avery. The food court offers a little something for everyone, and there are specialty food and candy stores surrounding it. From Monday through Friday, the mall opens its doors at 7:15a and allows walkers to use the mall as a "track". Don't try to do this after the stores open at 10a, though, because this mall is always busy.
If you aren't a cowboy, at least you can dress like one. Cavender's Boot City carries everything you need - boots, jeans, shirts, belts and hats. To really blend in here in Texas, opt for Wrangler jeans, a Wrangler Brushpopper shirt and some Justin Roper boots. If you pick out a Resistol hat, be sure you wear straw from after Easter up until Labor Day, and felt after Labor Day all the way through to Easter. This location is not far from Far West Rodeo, one of the largest country and western bars in the city. How convenient! San Antonio offers two other locations as well.
Kids will be kids. Which means stains from grass, formula, popsicles, sloppy joes, markers and more become the enemy in the battle to keep clothes clean and presentable. Kid To Kid offers a great alternative to retail by offering gently used children's clothing at a fraction of retail costs. Name brands abound amid the inventory, which encompasses babies through pre-teens, both boys and girls. It beats the heck out of paying full price for a pair of pants destined to last only five minutes on the playground.
Shop for secondhand books at reasonable prices at Nine Lives Books. Feel free to browse the shelves and take a seat on one of several cozy chairs to go over your selections before you walk up to the register. If you have gently used books, bring them in to sell and use the money towards an exciting new literary adventure. Their collection spans the most popular genres, so you're likely to find something you can't live without.
This history of Finck's Cigar Factory Outlet dates back to the 1880s when Reinhold Finck started the Finck cigar factory. Now, at the store, you can choose from an incredible selection of cigars. The knowledgeable staff will be able to guide you in finding the right cigar or pipe. They carry a selection made in their own factory, and others from around the world.