Whether you are outfitting a party for two weeks in the Grand Canyon or looking for a unique gift available nowhere else in the world, Flagstaff is the place to be. We have all the usual amenities and stores you would expect in any large town — from camping gear to business attire and electronic equipment. But the city has a thriving arts scene with its own unique flair as well.
Spend a day in Flagstaff and you will see unique clothing, jewelry and arts, and maybe go home with something that will be treasured forever.
Butler Ave. and Lonetree Rd. • aspenplace.com
Satisfy your hunger at Wildflower Bread Company and Pita Jungle or treat yourself to a massage at Flagstaff Face & Body when you visit this pleasant outdoor shopping center, situated adjacent to NAU and a short distance from downtown. Aspen Place is also home to Chico’s and local destinations such as Flagstaff Jean Company. New Frontiers Natural Marketplace is located nearby.
4650 N. Highway 89 • 928-526-4827
Flagstaff Mall and The Marketplace serve northern Arizona with more than 80 stores including Hollister Co., Eddie Bauer, Bath & Body Works, American Eagle, Best Buy, Cost Plus World Market, Old Navy, Dillard’s, JCPenney and Sears. A food court offering complimentary Wi-Fi and Ruby Tuesday suits everybody’s tastes. Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
2500 S. Woodlands Village Blvd., adjacent to Walmart and Kohl’s
Situated adjacent to Walmart and Kohl’s and just minutes from NAU, The Hilltop Shops at Woodlands Village offers unique and diverse restaurants such as Traverna Greek Grill, Pizza Furiosa, Teppan Fuji and Tacos Los Altos.
Information available at the Flagstaff Visitor Center • One E. Route 66 • 928-774-9541 • 800-842-7293 • flagstaffarizona.org
Along historic 1890s streets, you’ll find numerous clothing boutiques, outdoor outfitters, unique bookstores and art galleries, plus a wide variety of great restaurants, cafés and microbreweries. Live entertainment can be found almost every evening. Just south of the Visitor Center, visit the Historic Southside District, full of diverse shops, cafés, bars and eateries.
1500 Riordan Ranch St. • North of Target on Milton Rd.
Conveniently located on Milton Road near NAU and home to local favorites such as Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft, Pier One Imports, Michaels Arts & Crafts, Traders Outlet Smoke Shop, Cedar Music, Beyond the Basics Hair Salon, Burritos Fiesta Fresh Mexican, Peter Piper Pizza and B&T Frozen Yogurt.