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Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Salt Lake City Shopping

Shoppers will find that Salt Lake City offers out of the ordinary shops as well as traditional large mall complexes for making all your purchases.  At these fabulous venues, visitors will come across interesting boutiques selling everything from Native American artifacts to hand-made quilts.  You’ll find that Salt Lake City shopping is truly unique.   

Shopping Centers
If you choose to begin your retail experience at a large mall, the Historic Trolley Square is ideal.  It’s home to more than eighty establishments selling upscale merchandise and beautiful but affordable house wares.  Stop in and browse through Pottery Barn or Restoration Hardware.  They’re both very popular with women and men alike.  Take time to appreciate the building as it’s listed on the Registry of Historical Sites.  If you feel hungry, have a light lunch at the quaint eateries located inside trolley cars.  They’re lots of fun. 

For those looking to spruce up their wardrobe, the Fashion Place Mall is perfect.  There are over 120 shops to fulfill your needs.  And aside from these, there are large retail stores where you can loose yourself for entire afternoons.  In Nordstrom’s, for instance, you can spend hours at the cosmetics department learning how to apply make-up from a trained professional.  Or you can head up to the men’s section and choose from an array of designer labels.  Don’t miss Banana Republic for chic outdoor clothing.  You never know; it might inspire you to go on a safari on your next vacation. 

Tip:  Fashion Place Mall is home to the Cheesecake Factory.  This family style eatery is famous for its selection of over 20 cheesecakes.  You can buy them as gifts and have them shipped to your friends. 

Specialty Shops
If you love to curl up on the couch with a good book, head out to Ken Sanders Rare Books & More.  It’s your chance to stock up on all your reading materials.  You won’t believe how varied their selection for Salt Lake City shopping is until you look through the 5,000 square feet of shelves.  Their editions focus on subjects like Utah and the Mormons, exploration of America’s west, Americana, mystery, action and romance to name but a few.  You can purchase new or used books and save some money. 

Antique enthusiasts will cherish the time spent at Litvin Gallery Antiques.  This amazing locale is said to be the best for Salt Lake City shopping.  It’s located on historic row in the center of the downtown area.  You’ll be mesmerized by the vast collections of furnishings from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.  They also showcase porcelains, silver, crystal and Oriental rugs as well as jewelry and American art.  One thing’s for sure.  You won’t be disappointed.

Another splendid spot for Salt Lake City shopping is the Native American Trading Post.  They carry everything for those with a talent for crafts making as well as already made arts and crafts.  Among the popular items to buy are the quilts, Indian beadwork, amulets, moccasins and jewelry. 



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