Shop at the creme de la creme of Albuquerque's shopping destinations. ABQ Uptown is the ultimate live, work and play mix-use community, home to 22,000 square feet of open-air luxury lifestyle shopping and entertainment. Trendy retailers and restaurants include Williams-Sonoma, Eddie Bauer, Pottery Barn, Ann Taylor, Starbucks, YOYO Bliss Bar, Elephant Bar Restaurant, and Marcello's Chophouse.
Shop amid some of the oldest buildings in Albuquerque's Historic Old Town, surrounded by 10 blocks of historic adobe buildings built in the 1700s. You'll appreciate the Spanish architecture, southwestern landscapes and warm hospitality while you enjoy shopping at specialty stores, jewelry stores, general stores, trading posts, and souvenir shops.
You'll look good when you do your shopping at Coronado Mall, the city's largest indoor mall. Browse over 150 specialty stores, including Aeropostale, American Eagle, Banana Republic, Bare Escentuals, Coach, and Sephora. Dine at the Cafe Food Court. Check out events like "Shop Til You Rock" featuring live music, prizes and rockin' deals.
Cottonwood Mall is the smallest mall in ABQ with the most recognizable retail names. Shop more than 135 of your retail favorites like Dillard's, Macy's, Sears, JCPenney, Forever 21, Ulta Beauty, Cache, The Disney Store and Old Navy. After shopping, grab a bite at Johnny Rockets, Lone Star Steakhouse or TGI Fridays and catch a movie at Regal Cinemas!
Downtown Albuquerque's retail wonderland offers a historic small-town feel with urban metro appeal. Experience shopping on streets lined with indie boutiques like Ameri Pride Linen and Apparel and TrendBender'z, and dine at unique restaurants like Slices, Farina Pizzeria and Gold Rush Cupcakes. While you're downtown, you'll also see the coolest concentration of concert and performance venues in New Mexico.
Uptown shoppers enjoy shopping at Historic Nob Hill in Albuquerque, the up-and-coming urban lifestyle neighborhood located a couple of miles west of downtown ABQ. With its one-of-a-kind historic architecture, landmark neon and high style boutique shops, diners, galleries and night life, you'll think ABQ went couture.