Pueblo, Colo. shopping ranges from the quaint shops in the downtown area to large chain retailers dispersed throughout the city's many shopping centers. Here is a quick sample of what to expect when you're shopping in the area:
Historic Downtown Pueblo
Get a piece of Pueblo history and culture while shopping the downtown district. Revitalized and striving to also be an entertainment district, downtown Pueblo consists of dozens of locally owned businesses, major retailers and boutiques. Shop for everything from baby clothes and books to furniture and shoes while admiring the city's Riverwalk.
Union Avenue Historic District
Walk through landscaped streets lined with more than 60 shops, ethnic and American cafes and the Riverwalk in the Union Avenue Historic District in downtown Pueblo. Union Avenue was once the link between south and central Pueblo and dates from 1860.
Find the latest fashion, jewelry, gifts and more, and grab coffee or lunch at one of the area's restaurants. Razmataz is one of the many locally owned shops, and they specialize in "clothing and accessories for the uncommon woman."
Midtown Shopping Center
As businesses come and go, Midtown Shopping Center continues to give shoppers lots of options and convenient location. Make your shopping extravaganza exciting by shopping stores such as Frani's Beads, then bowl a game at Bowlero Lanes or get a tasty treat at Aileen's Cake DÃ©cor.
Indoor and Outdoor Shopping in Pueblo
Grab a friend and spend the day shopping at Pueblo Mall. The mall, which is Pueblo's only indoor shopping venue, includes more than 50 stores and restaurants, and is anchored by Sears, JCPenney, Sports Authority and Dillard's.
Since opening in 1976, it has provided convenient shopping to southern Pueblo and has seen recent renovations. Some popular stores available are Bath & Body Works, Lady Foot Locker, RadioShack and Victoria's Secret to name a few.
Pueblo Crossing Shopping Center
One of Pueblo's newest shopping centers, Pueblo Crossing offers open-air shopping with a wide variety of large chain stores such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Dress Barn, Old Navy and more.
Located across the street from the Colorado State Fair is Sunset Plaza shopping center. This outdoor shopping venue is 154,000 square feet and includes shops, salons and a variety of business that provide services. Retail ranges from Tuesday Morning and thrift stores to coffee shops such as Dee's Too Gourmet.
Eagleridge Shopping Center
Further south you'll find a variety of large chain retailers at Eagleridge Shopping Center. You can visit Barnes & Noble, Ross Dress for Less and a number of restaurants ranging from fast food to sit-down dining options. Cinemark Theater 14 is also located on site.
For furniture and home dÃ©cor, Furniture Row Shopping Center offers shoppers a four stores specializing in nothing but furniture. Sofa Mart, Oak Express, Bedroom Expressions and Denver Mattress Company are located in the center ensuring you find exactly what you need for your home.
Store Listing Info:
Razmataz, 335 S. Union Ave.
Midtown Shopping Center, 1000 W. 6th St.
Pueblo Mall, 3429 Dillon Dr.
Tuesday Morning, 1151 S. Prairie Ave.
Dee's Too Gourmet, 1101 S. Prairie Ave.
Eagleridge Shopping Center, 4320 N. Freeway Rd.
Furniture Row Shopping Center, 3130 N. Freeway Rd.
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