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Shopping Destinations in USA
America's best shopping spots are Shopping destinations in themselves. They remind us what we miss when shopping online: Personal service, the ability to feel and try on garments before buying, serendipitous unadvertised sales. Since you can't spend all your vacation time shopping, each place below is near a great place to visit.
 
New York City (New York)
Perhaps the world's top shopping spot, the Big Apple hardly needs an introduction. Fifth Avenue, Madison Avenue, Soho, Times Square. The list of stellar shopping destinations and famous names is almost endless, so pack light and stock up on everything from electronics to vintage clothes while you're there.
 
San Francisco (California)
The choice of distinctly different shopping districts in San Francisco is almost overwhelming. Whether you want to opt for the opulent Westfield Center or go funk fantastic in the eclectic Mission or tourist traditional in Union Square, you'll definitely need to bring an empty suitcase when you visit.
 
Miami Beach (Florida)
The epicenter of cool has all the shopping options a fashionista could ever want. The Collins Avenue Fashion District boasts designer labels from Armani to Versace. Ocean Drive caters to the younger, funkier beautiful people, while Lincoln Road draws the artistic crowd to its galleries and boutiques.
 
Beverly Hills (California)
Developed as a shopping district in the 1970s, Beverly Hills' high end Rodeo Drive is a ritzy throwback to the halcyon days of Main Street shopping. Celebrities stalk the sidewalks, big name bags in hand. More than 60 elite clothing and jewelry stores line this main affluent shopping artery.
 
Minneapolis (Minnesota)
Home to the country's largest shopping mall, the 520-store Mall of America, as well as historic Southdale, the first mall to be built in the U.S., the Minneapolis area is an enticing shopping destination. No tax on apparel makes the better known half of the Twin Cities an even more enticing option.
Chicago (Illinois)
Amid downtown's gleaming skyscrapers lies Magnificent Mile, the Michigan Avenue strip that's long been Chicago's shopping heart, boasting swanky chain stores and the famous Water Tower Place. Further afield, the Bucktown, Lincoln Park and Wicker Park neighborhoods offer some extraordinary boutiques.
 
Los Angeles (California)
L.A. offers an eclectic mix of shopping possibilities. Hit hip Robertson Boulevard, upscale Rodeo Drive, quirky Melrose Avenue or delve deeper and unearth bargains in the Fashion District or Farmers Market. The city is also a top eco-conscious shopping spot, with crops of green retailers sprouting.
 
Las Vegas 
Big winners and big spenders mingle on vacation in Las Vegas. The Fashion Show Mall, a cornucopeia of retail conveniently located in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, offers the largest selection. It has 250 stores and restaurants. A good portion of the retail is high-end Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, and Nevada's only Nordstrom store are located here.
Another shopping destination not to be missed is the recently expanded Caesars Forum Shops (pictured), which recreate Rome as it never was
 
Shopping Virginia - Tysons Corner
The Tysons Corner retail megalopolis off I-495 consists of multiple shopping centers. These include the 125-store Galleria that boasts its own Ritz-Carlton Hotel, the 230-store Tysons Corner Center, and Fairfax Square, which contains a Priscilla of Boston wedding gown atelier. Just about 15 minutes from Washington, DC, Tysons Corner is a destination that serious shoppers on vacation can get happily lost in for days.
 
Shopping South Carolina: Charleston - King Street
This gracefully curving street is a fine place to wander and window shop on vacation — but do it early in the day, as Charleston weather can get steamy. There's a Saks Fifth Avenue on the corner, a Starbucks, Abercrombie & Fitch, and numerous antiques stores. When it gets too hot, duck into the air-conditioned Shops at Charleston Place Hotel, where conservative dressers outfit themselves with duds from the likes of Lacoste, St. John, and Talbots.
 
Shopping Texas: The Shops at La Cantera - San Antonio
Although The Galleria in Houston is that city's no. 1 tourist destination and the fourth-largest mall in America, San Antonio's Shops at La Cantera is a hipper, open-air marketplace. Its merchants include Nordstrom, Sephora, Abercrombie & Fitch, BCBG/Max Azria, Juicy Couture, Betsey Johnson, and many more well-known brands. 
 
USA Shopping Malls
 
Mall of America ( Bloomington, Minnesota)
The options are endless at the Mall of America with 520 stores, 50 restaurants and extreme entertainment options, including an indoor amusement park. There’s high-end browsing at Burberry and Nordstrom’s Chanel Boutique, endless rows of chains and mega-stores like American Girl and a sprawling Lego emporium.
 
Sawgrass Mills (Sunrise, Florida)
Score mega-deals at the extra-large Sawgrass Mills, made up of 3 unique shopping destinations with a combination of indoor and outdoor shopping venues. Retail shops are featured alongside lower-priced and high-end fashion outposts like Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Saks off Fifth and the Burberry Factory Outlet.
 
The Shops at Columbus Circle (New York)
With quirky boutiques and fashionable neighborhoods abound, it takes a lot to stand out on New York’s shopping scene. The Shops at Columbus Circle meet the challenge with a glorious version of a mall fit for the Big Apple with luxe shops like Thomas Pink for great tailored shirts, Tumi for luggage and Stuart Weitzman for shoes.
 
The Galleria (Houston, Texas)
It’s easy to fill your shopping bags at Texas-sized shopping emporium the Galleria in Houston. There are 2 Macy’s outposts, snazzy retailers like Cartier, Gucci, Tiffany & Co and Louis Vuitton, Westin hotels, tasty restaurants and even an ice-skating rink under the tall glass atriums.
 
Via Bellagio (Las Vegas, Nevada)
If Lady Luck is on your side in Vegas, you’ll have no problems unloading some of your winnings at Via Bellagio, the finest hotel shopping in the country. Top designers on this tony stretch of shops include Yves Saint Laurent, Prada, Fendi and Fred Leighton.
 
The Grove ( Los Angeles, California)
Infuse your shopping experience with some Hollywood style at this LA staple—a shopping destination with trendy stores, famous clientele and even a few paparazzi. Scope out the goods at stylish shops including Anthropologie, Forever 21, Lucky Brand Jeans and Michael Stars. Top off a day of shopping with an imaginative sweet treat at Wonderland Bakery with decorated cookies and towering cupcakes.
 
Tysons Corner (McLean, Virginia)
Just a few minutes outside of the Beltway, Tysons Corner keeps DC’s socialites and well-heeled politicos looking stylish. As the largest shopping mall in the area, Tysons is known for its luxury retailers, spacious home stores like Restoration Hardware and Williams-Sonoma Grand Cuisine and even a fancy children’s play area sponsored by National Geographic.
 
South Coast Plaza (Costa Mesa, California)
Boasting the highest sales at a mall in the US, South Coast Plaza is an Orange County hot spot for browsing, schmoozing and swiping the credit card. There are 280 boutique shops and 30 restaurants where the area’s best-dressed housewives might be found sifting through the racks at BALENCIAGA or Barneys New York CO-OP or browsing 3 levels of furniture and house wares at the mega-sized Macy’s Home Furniture store.
 
Short Hills Mall (Short Hills, New Jersey)
Whether you’re shopping for a budding fashionista in toddler sizes or your ultra-elegant grandmother, you’ll have no trouble at Short Hills thanks to the range of stores. Just a short drive from Manhattan, there are the expected fully stocked anchor shops, some luxury gems like Henri Bendel and Gucci, mall staples including the Gap and J.Crew and even some unexpected boutiques among the 160-plus shops.
 
Boutiques in USA
 
Boston Boutique
The South End neighborhood in Boston is a mixed bag of tiny independent shops, trendy restaurants, cafés and bars, all found in about one square mile. The main drags are Tremont and Washington Streets, with plenty of side streets to explore. The area south of Washington is called “SoWa,” where an ever-evolving scene of artists and funky shops sprout up.
 
New York City Boutique
A boutique shopper’s paradise, New York has myriad neighborhoods where connoisseurs of the unique and fabulous can score a fabric find in a matter of minutes. SoHo, the Village and the Lower East Side are well-established boutique destinations. A new favorite, however, is 5th Avenue in Park Slope, which is lined with shops ranging from stunning fabrics and designs made by at-risk women, mainly from India and Bosnia—Ashaveza, to clothes and jewelry from local designers, creative children’s stores and consignment shops to gourmet goodies for pets—Buttercup’s Paw-tisserie, 63 Fifth Ave. Excellent restaurants and cafés abound, but be sure to grab a cup of the best java in town atGorilla Coffee, 97 Fifth Ave. Take the F train to the 7th Avenue stop and walk west two blocks to Fifth, then north; or the R train to Pacific and walk east one block.
 
Chicago Boutique
The “Magnificent Mile” is Chicago’s most famous shopping district, but if you want to go off the beaten path, head to the Wicker Park/Bucktown area on the northwest side of the city. Dozens of boutiques run the gamut from jewelry to clothes to crafts. Should you need nourishment, there are plenty of cafés and restaurants to choose from. The main streets where shops are concentrated are on NorthDamenand Milwaukee Avenues and Division Street.
 
Atlanta Boutique  
Decatur, just east of Atlanta and west of Stone Mountain, is easy to get to on public transportation, though you may regret taking it if you have a collection of bags from shopping too much! You’ll find more than 200 stores to explore, as well as restaurants, nightlife, attractions and galleries. You’ll want at least a whole day to check out the area.
 
Los Angeles Boutique  
Forget Rodeo Drive—boutiques line West 3rd Street in Los Angeles with a variety of goods and treasures for less than high-end prices. Many of the designers are waiting for their big moment, so snatch their clothes before they (and the prices) hit the stratosphere.
 
BoulderBoutique
The Pearl Street Mall in Boulder is a four-block open-air pedestrian mall located downtown where mostly locally-owned stores can be found. The area is close to the University of Colorado, so you’ll be assured of finding several bookstores, in addition to jewelry and funky clothing shops.
 
Miami Boutique  
For boutique shopping in Miami, Lincoln Road has seen its fortunes rise and fall, but these days it’s a popular, funky outdoor pedestrian mall with a few mainstream stores, but plenty of independent shops to make it worth your time. The street is a mecca to local artists, and there are loads of galleries to explore as well as a variety of restaurants where people-watching (and celebrity spotting) is popular. 
 
San Francisco Boutique
Hayes Valley, west of Van Ness Avenue, is the place to go for high-end, chic clothes, art galleries and cool houseware shops in San Francisco. Like so many areas that were once avoided, the neighborhood transformed from scary bad to scary cool. A strong neighborhood association has blocked chains from coming in. There’s a variety of dining spots and bars to check out when you need a shopping break.
 
Seattle Boutique  
The Ballard neighborhood of northwest Seattle not only has a surplus of eclectic boutiques, it’s a gorgeous place to wander around. The nationally registered historic district is a tree-lined bonanza of dozens of locally-owned shops selling everything from clothes to shoes to jewelry. 
 
 
 
 
   
   
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