Tulsa is full of malls and shopping centers, so residents and visitors alike can shop until they drop in one spot.
Tulsa’s Utica Square is a local institution and attraction. Known for its upscale shopping, Utica Square features a mixture of well-known retail boutiques such as Coach and Chico’s, as well as independently owned stores. Hunger doesn’t stop shoppers at this center; restaurants such as P.F. Chang’s and local cafe Queenie’s allow diners to eat al fresco and enjoy Utica Square’s renowned landscaping.
The Farm Shopping Center is another great spot in Tulsa. Appropriately named, this shopping center is constructed of buildings mimicking local barns making it reminiscent of villages from years gone by. The Farm features a restored barn, which is almost a century old, alongside more than 40 national, regional, and local retailers and restaurants.
The most popular mall in the city, Tulsa Promenade is convenient because of its centralized location. The mall is situated close to other shopping centers, and it is home to well-known retailers such as Gap and Macy’s.
Woodland Hills Mall proves that when it comes to shopping, bigger is better. The two-level mall has more than 1 million square feet of space with 165 stores, and about 80 of those stores are exclusive to Woodland Hills Mall and can’t be found anywhere else in the city.
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