Whether you enjoy eclectic vintage shops, national
outlet malls, charming boutiques, major retail malls, antique shops, or
a designer's personal showcase, Austin has it all!
MAJOR SHOPPING MALLS
10000 Research Blvd.
6001 Airport Blvd.
Barton Creek Square
The largest mall in Austin
2901 Capital of Texas Hwy.
11200 Lakeline Mall Dr., Cedar Park 78613
Prime Outlets at San Marcos
3939 IH-35 S. Ste. 900 San Marcos 78666
Galleria Oaks Shopping Center
13376 Research Blvd.
Highland Pavilion Shopping Center
907 W. 5th St. Ste. 202
Gateway Shopping Center
Hwy. 183 and Capital of Texas Hwy.
Tanger Factory Outlet Center
4015 IH-35 S. Ste. 319, San Marcos 78666
La Frontera Shopping Center
200 Sundance Pkwy. Round Rock 78681
Round Rock Premium Outlets
North Interstate 35 and University Blvd.
9300 IH 35 South
Between MoPac and Burnet Road
Brodie Oaks Shopping Centers
South Lamar Blvd. and Hwy 290
2525 West Anderson Lane
Find shopping centers by neighborhoods in Austin
Walk down South Congress (SoCo) to explore boutiques offering clothes, antiques, jewelry, art, and tattoos. Warehouse and downtown districts (4th & 6th St.) offer upscale clothing boutiques and modern and antique furniture.
BOUTIQUES and SHOPPING DISTRICTS
The flagship Whole Foods Market anchors another retail area along Sixth
Street and Lamar Boulevard. It is joined by Anthropology, BookPeople,
and the shops at Fifth Street and Lamar, which includes By George,
Zanzibar, and Chico's.
Burnet Road between U.S. 183 & 45th St. has home furnishing stores and thrift shops.
The Drag, which borders the University of Texas, includes stores C.
Jane and Urban Outfitters, as well as many other small shops.
Kerbey Lane includes boutiques and specialty stores such as the Menagerie and the Garden Room.
Second Street District is a growing area near Austin City Hall (Second
St. between Colorado and Guadalupe Street) that includes shops such as
Eliza Page, Estilo and Octane, and Design Within Reach.
26 Doors is located in central Austin's Midtown and is a collection of
quaint boutiques, cafes, and gift shops. 1206 West 38th Street.
Austin (AFM), Republic Square Park (4th & Guadalupe)
, Triangle Park on 46th between Lamar and Guadalupe
, 6701 Burnet Rd.
Bee Cave Farmer's Market,
13908 Ste. D., Hwy 71 West
, 2910 S. Congress
405 W. Stassney (WIC Clinic)
- Tony Burger Activity Center, 3200 Jones Rd.
San Marcos - 204 South Edward Gary.
Buda - 100 South Houston. 830.935.3159
Bastrop - 1308 Chestnut Street
Elgin - 410 North Main.
Jonestown - 18649 1431 at the Plaza Shopping Center 512.236.0074
Georgetown - 400 Block of S. Austin Avenue
Round Rock - 200 Bagdad Ave, City Hall Parking Garage.
FARMS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
- 2 1/2 miles east of downtown Austin 3414 Lyons Road. Certified
organic market farm featuring organic produce, cheeses, eggs, jams and
Pure Luck Texas
- 101 Twin Oaks Trail, Dripping Springs. Nationally recognized farm
famous for its delicious goat cheese and vegetables, herbs, and more.
- 1.2 miles north of Hwy 1431 on FM 1980. Fresh fruits!
This was Austin's first
book superstore and is one of the favorite literary venues. It has more
than 200,000 titles and is a great spot for shopping for books, hearing
authors, and people watching.
603 North Lamar Boulevard
Central Market (4001
N. Lamar & 4477 S. Lamar) and World Market (9333 Research Boulevard
Building A-5) offer a wide selection of beer and wine, from the Texas
Hill Country to Australia.
Tuscany Market and Vineyard
12221 Riata Trace Pkwy.
Whip In boasts an extensive beer selection.
1950 S. I-35
601 North Lamar Blvd., Suite 100 (northeast corner of 6th St
& Lamar) (476.1206) and Gateway (Loop 360 & 183) 9607 Research
Blvd. #300 (345.5003) Delivers groceries and prepared meals to your
home or office for a flat fee of $8 (more depending on service aera)
and with a minimum of two hours' notice.
of the world's foremost outfitters stocked with 230,000 sq ft of
hunting, fishing, and outdoor gear. Located at 15570 IH-35 in Buda,
ORGANIC FOOD FARM & GROCERY DELIVERY SERVICES