There’s definitely no shortage of destinations for ladies who lunch in Boulder. But where should you go if you’re done with lunch and need a little retail therapy to get you through your day? We’d recommend heading over to Retail Therapy, of course! Located on Pearl Street between 16th and
One cannot live by spectacular outdoor recreation and fantastic food alone. Sometimes, you’ve got to shop. Fortunately, Boulder has you covered in the shopping department as well.
As expected, we’ve got your hipster vintage clothing stores, independent book stores, and (of course) the Apple Store. But what will surprise you about Boulder is the lack of the “same ol’ same ‘ol” when it comes to just about every category of shopping destination you can imagine.
In the heart of downtown Boulder is the Pearl Street Mall, a four block pedestrian shopping, dining, and entertainment zone free from cars and full of fun. This part of Pearl is a historic district, housing many of the the oldest buildings in Boulder — and some of the best shopping anywhere. But don’t forget the Twenty Ninth Street shopping district, which houses some of the world’s favorite retail brands, including Macy’s, the aforementioned Apple Store, and coming in 2013 — Trader Joe’s.
If you’re new to Boulder and ready to enjoy the outdoor wonderland that’s waiting, you’ll need a guide that lets you know where to get outfitted. There are plenty of outdoor retailers on the historic Pearl Street Mall, and we’re here to give you a primer to get you around
Tucked away in the heart of downtown Boulder, you’ll find a shopping, dining, and culture center on Pearl Street, aptly named the Pearl Street Mall. Shopping on the Pearl Street Mall isn’t something just for visitors to the area, however. It’s home to some of the finest names in fashion,
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