The Hilton Village is located on Scottsdale Road, just a stone's throw away from the Hilton Resort. This busy, upscale casual shopping destination features a fun mix of specialty boutiques and popular big-name retailers. Some of the highlights here include the popular Cupcakes, Lindsay Lou's Boutique, the Diva Plus Size shop, the Chocolate Shop, Houston's, The Linen Tree, and more. Newer additions include Chico's, Urbayn, Slyvia's Designer Shop, and a new consignment shop is expected to open soon. The village is also a great place to enjoy lunch or dinner. Bink's Scottsdale is an organic cafe dishing out gourmet treats. And Veneto Trattoria is a popular cafe specializing in the traditional dishes of Northern Italy.
The Shops at Gainey Village provide casual upscale shopping, dining, and entertaining, with an emphasis on specialty shops and boutiques. This is a great spot to find the latest exclusive boutique, or shop for a unique souvenir to remember your Scottsdale vacation. Casual, fine dining, cafes, and a full-service spa round out the offerings at this deluxe shopping village. Don't miss the Sips & Sounds Evening Concert Series, which is held on the first Thursday of every month.
Many of this district's buildings date from the 1920s and have been renovated to house an appealing collection of specialty shops, which the neighborhood is known for today. Top-notch Native American and Mexican jewelry and crafts sit alongside wallet-friendly souvenirs in many shops, offering a little Old Town magic for all budgets. Over 150 stores and restaurants inhabit the area, so you're ensured of a great meal to conclude a day of shopping. Scottsdale Historical Museum offers an enticing break from the many stores. The Old Town Scottsdale shopping district is a must-see for visitors, as well as a great place to pick up a souvenir.
The Pavilions at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale is the newest shopping destination located on the Salt River Indian Reservation on the east side of town. The sprawling plaza features a mix of restaurants and big-name retailers. Stores and restaurants include Hobby Lobby, Petco, Goodwill, Guitar Center, Sprint Wireless, Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, Chipotle, and Mountainside Fitness Center, the largest locally-owned health club in Arizona. The Pavilions is also home to a brand-new Burlington Coat Factory, 99 Cents Store, and Conn's Home Plus. There shopping center is adding new entertainment features, too. Adrenaline junkies will want to make the trek to this side of town just to visit the Octane Speedway, a new indoor and outdoor racing track.
This replication of a Moroccan market sits beneath a stunning natural rock formation against a gorgeous desert backdrop. Two levels house 35 stores and restaurants that encircle a courtyard and amphitheater. Gifts, art, and clothing with the distinct flavor of the Southwest can be found in many boutiques and shops. The Heard Museum North, a satellite of the Native American crafts museum in Phoenix, adds a touch of high culture to a day of commercialism. Free concerts are given on summer Thursday nights. Whether you're shopping for upscale apparel and accessories, hand-crafted leather goods or local art, El Pedregal shops have something for you.
Kierland Commons is one of North Scottsdale's most urban and urbane shopping destinations. The edgy and fun flavor of this big city-inspired shopping village features dynamic, palm-lit streets, splashing fountains, and high energy bars and restaurants. This posh shopping destination boasts an eclectic and sophisticated mix of shopping, dining, and entertainment, including a Crate and Barrel, J. Crew, Sur La Table, Barnes and Noble, and more. For a truly personal touch, stop by the Kierland Commons Concierge, located between Tommy Bahama and Etch Salon on the northwest side of the shopping center. The concierge offers many services to visiting shoppers, including personal shopping, making dinner reservations, printing of boarding passes, directions and complimentary strollers for use on the property.
The Scottsdale Waterfront is a 1.1 million-square-foot project located at the edges of Old Town Scottsdale. This modern mixed-use development features retail, office, restaurant and high-rise residential buildings. Retailers include Urban Outfitters, High Point, David's Bridal, Primp & Blow, Polished the Dental Spa and Verizon Wireless. Restaurants at the Scottsdale Waterfront include Zoes Kitchen, P.F. Chang's, Culinary Dropout, Olive & Ivy, Wildfish and Sauce. The Waterfront district features pedestrian-only areas and a bridge to the nearby Fifth Avenue and Southbridge districts. Access to tranquil walking paths makes this a great place to take a breather from the buzz of Old Town Scottsdale.
Fifth Avenue in downtown Scottsdale is a popular destination for tourists and locals. The avenue features dozens of specialty boutiques, art galleries, jewelry shops, and over 35 restaurants within a short walk of the famous Bob Parks 5th Avenue Horse Fountain. This is one of the busiest and most photographed spots around town, and the perfect place to take an evening stroll during your downtown Scottsdale excursion. For the perfect Arizona souvenir, stop by Kactus Jock, a boutique specializing in Arizona-themed gifts and souvenirs. Stones Gifts and Collectibles is another good place to stop by and shop for unique and hard-to-find desert gifts.
The Scottsdale Quarter is a mixed-use shopping center in north central Scottsdale that's urban, chic and decidedly hip. Towering palm trees, water features and more than 370,000 square feet of retail space. Upscale boutiques make this a destination for fashionistas and serious shoppers. Some of the retail shops at the Quarter include Apple, Calvin Klein, Bath & Body Works, Express, Free People, Kendra Scott, Drybar, Calypso St. Barth, Pottery Barn, Urban Outfitters, Sephora, Elan Style, Dr. Martens, Swimspot, Verde Maison, and West Elm. The Scottsdale Quarter is also home to some of the hippest eateries in town, including True Food Kitchen, Brio Tuscan Grille, TK's Urban Tavern, Eddie V's, Stingray Sushi, and Zinburger. There's also a spa (Dolce Salon & Spa), so you can treat yourself to some pampering in between browsing.
Scottsdale Fashion Square is the Southwest's premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination. This is the largest shopping destination in the Southwest, boasting more than 225 retailers, including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, the newest Macy's, and the largest Dillard's in the country. Exclusive retailers include Boss Hugo Boss, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, MaxMara, Sephora, St. John Boutique and Tiffany & Co. Scottsdale Fashion Square also features five restaurants and 18 specialty food selections. Valet parking, taxi and limo service, and a roving concierge are also available to assist shoppers. Entertainment and dining options include a Harkins 7-Plex Cinema, Johnny Rockets, Kona Grill, Z Tejas Grill, Yard House and the Neiman Marcus Cafe.