People who love bookstores feel like they have found what has been missing at the discount chain bookstores when they walk in. This is what bookstores are meant to be. The owners are committed to keeping the spirit of the bookstore experience alive and have been involved in sponsoring readings by some of the nation's most popular writers (most recently Isabel Allende spoke about Daughter of Fortune). Coffee is always on, the shelves are full to overflowing, comfortable chairs await you and a genuinely knowledgeable staff await book lovers.
Filled with home decor and candles, this is the place to go when you want to find that perfect treasure. Decorate your own home, but also remember the great gift-giving ideas you will find here. Friends will wonder where you have been when you come back with an armful of ideas. Put into practice what you see displayed in the store and make it your own, or take home some sensational smelling fragrances in the form of candles.
Giant sunglasses, flowing summer dresses, distressed denim, statement jewelry and perfectly tailored blouses are just some of the fashion forward pieces you'll find at this Salt Lake City boutique. There's a reason Koo De Ker is a local favorite, everything carefully curated inside this trendy store has been picked out with the fashion obsessed in mind from lines found in NYC and LA. Even popular premium denim labels can be found here. So stop in and find the perfect addition for your wardrobe.
For a fantastic shopping experience, come to City Creek Center where you can find international brands, great bargains and scrumptious restaurants. This shopping center is perfect for pedestrians with a skybridge and stunning visuals, including a creek that runs across the venue. City Creek Center also has a retractable roof, so you can shop rain or shine.
This unique collection of shops is housed in a renovated, turn-of-the-century trolley barn. Brick pathways wind through trendy shopes like Williams-Sonoma, Gap, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, and Banana Republic. Featured restaurants include Tony Roma's, Desert Edge Brewery at the Pub, Rodizio Grill, and a Hard Rock Cafe adds nightlife. This is the place with everything, the convenience of a mall, but the atmosphere of a specialty boutique. Wander through the maze of cobblestone and enjoy the shopping experience.
This 19th-century thoroughfare has been a premier shopping area since merchants set up shops catering to the town's founding miners. Shops, restaurants, bars and recreational service providers crowd into the old wooden building that line both sides of the street. Specialty shops range from Tiff's to Hay Charlie, and restaurants range from the trendy Zoom to the hopping Wasatch Brew Pub. Park City's nightlife is also centered here, with the Egyptian Theatre performances and an array of club action. The shop hours vary.
Diabolical Records is the dream of husband and wife duo, Adam Tye and Alana Boscan. Such was their love for their pet project that they set up shop in a shipping container and later moved to a modest space in the Granary District. This is among the best place to find vinyls that are rare and limited. They also have record and cassette players in their inventory. They have an impressive collection from labels like slr, Burger Records,Siltbreeze, Woodsist, Goner, Slumberland and Hozac. They host free concerts on Fridays featuring local musicians.
Located in the heart of downtown, this is a full service bookshop that deals in rare books. They have a vast collection of used and rare books, along with an impressive collection of new books and an ever-changing selection of art, collectables, maps, photographs and postcards. The book store is spread over an area of 4,000 square feet (370 square meters), they purchase and appraise books in all fields and above all they try keeping their sock reasonably priced. If you are a serious book reader or a casual shopper everyone is invited to browse. Look out for their specialties in the space of literature, local history and travel.
Be it a true Scot hunting for authentic Scottish products or an Anglophile interested in accumulating some rare English keepsakes, Edinburgh Castle Scottish Imports is one of those rare few shops that caters to both categories of buyers. Audrey Ann and Eric Gilzean from England and Scotland respectively, have been running the show here since the year 1974. First set up at the iconic Trolley Square, Edinburgh Castle Scottish Imports moved to its present address in the year 1987. The owners personally handpick the items to be imported from Scotland, which includes tartan pies, kilts, Garter flashes and local souvenirs, among other wonderful items. Edinburgh Castle Scottish Imports also provides Scottish kilts on rental basis across the United States.
Need the perfect costume for your next themed party? Or do you just need something funky and different from all the mainstream garb that liters the malls and stores these days? Then Decades in Salt Lake City is the place for you! This charming secondhand shop has hidden treasures galore, from vintage cowboy boots, flapper cocktail style beaded dress and costume jewelry to furs, ornate over-the-top hats and more.
Walk into the wilds of Africa and trek amongst heads of moose and gazelle. Get lost in forests of wooden antique cabinetry. That is what it will feel like when you open the door. Its buyers travel the world in search of rare treasures and bring them back to one convenient location for you. Most people never have the opportunity to see many of the things that the world has to offer. Thanks to this antique shop, you now have the world's riches at your fingertips.