Clothing, jewelry, antiques, original art, pottery, Native American craftwork—you can find it all in Flagstaff.
Our Historic Downtown, a former Main Street community, is lined with small boutiques, wine bars and breweries, restaurants and specialty retailers. The hardest part of your day here will be deciding what one-of-a-kind souvenir to take home and where to stop and rest.
Downtown Flagstaff’s town square is a great place to begin wandering in and out of the distinctive locally owned retailers for treats of all types. The First Friday Art Walks each month are not to be missed invigorating and burgeoning cultural experiences for all ages. The variety of art and products is a wonderful representation of Northern Arizona.
Additionally, consumers will love the abundance of locally owned businesses throughout the city that provide a plethora of goods you won’t find in many other locales. Outdoor recreation shops, Southwestern art and jewelry, mountain town clothing and art, and the unique shops you find adjacent to a bustling University provide extraordinary charm, character, and elegance.
On the east side of town, Flagstaff Mall and The Marketplace offer a shopping haven featuring Sears, Dillards, JCP, The Home Depot, Best Buy, Marshalls, Old Navy, Tuesday Morning and CostPlus World Market. Nearby is the Flagstaff Auto Park, with Honda, Toyota, Chrysler, Nissan/Subaru and Volkswagen dealerships. There are also a number of additional auto dealers throughout the city.
Summertime in Flagstaff means shopping outdoors and each Sunday during the summer, the Flagstaff Farmer’s Market meets in the Flagstaff City Hall parking lot on Sundays and the St. Pius Church parking lot on Wednesdays to shop, socialize and partake of some of the best local and regional foods. To find out more, visit www.flagstaffmarket.com.
Speaking of great food and drink, whether you crave coffee, a fabulous meal, a glass of wine or sip of great brew, Flagstaff has lots to offer.
Local chefs abound in Flagstaff providing a shot of new energy around a wide array of cuisine that suits most any palate. You can eat fresh and healthy like a modern cowboy in authentic old-time buildings or in new mountain ambience settings.
Flagstaff has also become a hub of craft brewing, with a plethora of breweries. To put a spotlight on this burgeoning industry, the Flagstaff-Grand Canyon Ale Trail has begun offering a map, passport and commemorative Silipint®. Each passport includes special deals on drinks (and sometimes food) at the breweries. You can pick up your Ale Trail passport at the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce for $5.95. For more information, visit flagstaffaletrail.com.