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Shopping and Dining

Shopping and Dining

Richfield is a shopping and dining destination for many in the Twin Cities area.

The first open-air retail center in Minnesota was founded here and loyal Richfield residents frequent the neighborhood shopping center located at the 66th Street corridor, between Lyndale and Nicollet Avenue to find their daily necessities, as well as unique specialty gifts for any occasion.

The area at 77th Street and Lyndale Avenue offers “big box” shopping destinations as well as a municipal liquor store and a host of other retailers.

Even more shopping can be found at 66th Street and Cedar Avenue, which boasts a super-retailer with some of the highest sales of its chain in the nation. This shopping area embodies a culture that supports the Richfield community and has greatly contributed to the area’s revitalization.

The intersection of 66th and Penn is the heartbeat and crossroads of the community; the “Penn Central” neighborhood is known for its unique, independent businesses and is surrounded by a vibrant residential neighborhood. In this area, you will find major grocery retailers and many specialty shops whose wares range from bluegrass music, to ice cream and much in between.

Just a few minutes away in Bloomington (literally across the freeway), is the largest shopping destination in the U.S. — The Mall of America. Here you will find almost 1,000 shops and restaurants and an indoor theme park (Nickelodeon Universe) to thrill the whole family.

Whether you are looking for a spot to leisurely dine or grab food on the run, you will certainly be satisfied by the numerous restaurant options available in and around Richfield.

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