San Angelo, Texas offers shoppers a variety of options, from large malls to small gift shops. There are also several specific shopping districts that provide consumers with places to have fun, dine and enjoy what San Angelo has to offer. Here are some examples:
Small Gift Shops
West End Collectibles is an antique mall with tenants that include an art gallery and a crafts store, while Eggemeyer's General Store is a true Texas treasure located in an early 1900s Buick dealership building.
Tuesday Morning specializes in upscale closeout merchandise that has famous brand names and top-quality apparel. Sunset Mall, located near the intersection of Southwest Boulevard and Loop 306 , has more than 85 stores that include anchors Dillard's, JCPenney, Sears and Beall's.
Southwest Plaza has approximately 40 stores and businesses that include a sandwich shop, a movie theater and video rentals. The Shops at Stadium Park offer consumers 20 specialty stores that include fashions and accessories, gifts and home décor.
The Village is located in the 2100 and 2200 blocks of West Beauregard Avenue and features nearly 20 businesses that include men's and women's clothing stores along with Western wear. Park 2400, in the 2400 block of South College Hills Boulevard, offers specialty shops, a restaurant, a club featuring live music and a jewelry store.
Meanwhile, the historic downtown block of Concho Avenue has an eclectic mix of shops and dining establishments along with jewelers, a general store and antiques. San Angelo is also home to shopping centers such as South Angelo Shopping Plaza, Sunset Crossing and The Commons.
Store Listing Info:
West End Collectibles, 3033 W. Harris Ave.
Eggemeyer's General Store, 35 E. Concho Ave.
Tuesday Morning, 3578 Knickerbocker Rd.
Sunset Mall, 4001 Sunset Dr.
Sunset Crossing, 2701 Southwest Blvd.
The Commons, 3262 Sherwood Way
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