We Have What They (You) Want
You can't come back from Reno Tahoe empty-handed. From the spectacular to the sublime, Reno Tahoe has the boutiques, retail stores, shopping malls, and outlet stores you need to take back the perfect gifts for those you left behind.
Whether you're the most finicky bargain hunter or the biggest spender, whatever you're looking for, you'll find it in Reno Tahoe.
The Legends at Sparks Marina
The Outlets at Legends Sparks Nevada is sparking the imagination of shoppers across the West. This beautiful shopping, dining and entertainment destination just minutes from downtown Reno offers top shopping in a fresh, upscale outdoor setting bursting with appealing amenities.
Find big brand names Outlets from Nike, Adidas, Converse, Gap to Ann Taylor, BCBG, Banana Republic , Bath & Body Works, Styles for Less, Lane Bryant, rue21, Forever 21 and Old Navy. Add Scheels, TJ Maxx, Lowe’s and Target, and the result is a legendary shopping destination.
Restaurants: Fuddruckers, Jazz a Louisiana Kitchen, Grimaldi’s, Olive Garden, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Popeyes, Taco Bell, Subway. www.ExperienceLegends.com.
Located at the south end of Reno at Mt. Rose Highway, The Summit is an open-air lifestyle shopping center with more than 70 shops, specialty retailers, salons and restaurants to satisfy any palate. Its many courtyards feature fountains, paths and fire pits to gather around on cool evenings, seasonal features such as live music during summer evenings, and sleigh rides on wintry days. The Summit offers a wide variety of shopping and dining that will please even the most demanding patron. Some retailers include: Abercrombie & Fitch, Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Ann Taylor, Apple, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Buckle, Cache, Charlotte Russe, Coach, Dillard's, Guess, Hollister, J. Crew, Jared "The Galleria of Jewelry", Lucky Brand Jeans, L'uva Bella Wine Gallery, M·A·C Cosmetics, New York & Company, Sephora, Tilly's, Vans, Victoria's Secret, White House | Black Market, Williams-Sonoma, and more.
To see a complete list of restaurants and retailers, visit http://www.thesummitonline.com
Meadowood Mall, a longtime favorite, is located right in the middle of Reno. Shoppers will be delighted with more than 100 stores, specialty retailers, salons and restaurants to explore in a conveniently located indoor environment.
Do you have a hunter or outdoor enthusiast to shop for? Cabela's stores are known as premier shopping and tourism destinations, drawing visitors from hundreds of miles to indulge in a unique shopping experience that celebrates nature and the lifestyle of the outdoor enthusiast. Just remember not to hunt any bighorn sheep. Reno's 125,000-square-foot, large-format destination store is located near the Boomtown Hotel Casino on I-80 near the California border (8650 Boomtown Road, Verdi, Nev.). Extraordinary in design and showcasing thousands of products from its world-famous catalog and website, a customer's average stay at a Cabela's store has been estimated at a remarkable three and a half hours.
SCHEELS Sporting Goods Store
Do you have an athlete to shop for back home? SCHEELS isn’t your ordinary sporting goods store. While it features sporting goods for anybody from hunters to football players, it also features a great selection of fashion and footwear for men, women, and children.
At 248,000 square feet of retail space, the Reno Sparks SCHEELS is the World’s Largest Sporting Goods Store and is considered a retail destination. SCHEELS features a 65-foot tall Ferris Wheel, two 16,000 gallon aquariums, 32+ flavors of fudge in the Fudge Factory, 14 presidents in the Walk of Presidents, a NASCAR Simulator, and a 35-foot tall Wildlife Mountain in addition to 85+ specialty shops that feature the hottest brands in clothing, footwear and sports equipment.
Click here to view more about the new Reno Sparks SCHEELS.
Truckee River Arts District
Want to cater to your inner culture enthusiast? Located in close proximity to Reno's Truckee River Whitewater Park is the Truckee River Arts District. Both the CalAve and Riverwalk sections of the district feature unique shopping excursions to specialty shops, antique stores, boutiques, galleries and unique culinary attractions. This area is quickly becoming Reno's preeminent neighborhood retail, restaurant, entertainment and business district. No big box stores here in this newest, hippest section of Reno.
Don't-miss shopping, Truckee River Arts District:
- Be Abundant Home Accessories - richly detailed and elegant home ideas, 46 West First St.
- Reno eNVy - Keep your eyes open, you never know who you’ll see rocking the eNVy. 135 North Sierra St. Suite C
- La Terre Verte - eco-friendly boutique specializing in recycled and handmade products, 100 North Arlington Ave., Suite 105
- Shoe – representing fine European collections, 104 California Ave.
- KJB – Kalifornia Jean Bar – an unmatched selection of denim, 290 California Ave.
- Clay Nichols – art, jewelry, home décor and more, 106 California Ave.
- Baboo Children’s Clothing – unique children's clothing you can't find anywhere else, 121 California Ave.
- iMeMine – handbags, accessories and creative clothing, 102 California Ave.
Grab a Bite Before You Max Out
Your shopper's high won't keep you going forever, and hard as it might be to tear yourself away from your favorite activity, at some point you're bound to require some local sustenance. Downtown Reno has many tastes and flavors that will please your palate and satisfy your appetite. Even if you're just thirsty, the Reno Downtown area is the best place to grab a drink and watch the world pass you by. Here's a sample, but by no means all.
- Beaujolais Bistro - a cozy bistro specializing in country French cuisine, 130 West St.
- WildRiver Grille - classic American favorites and fresh specials daily, 17 S. Virginia St.
- SilverPeak Grill & Taproom - original and delicious dishes, 135 N. Sierra St.
- Jungle Vino - emphasizing fine wine and food pairings, 246 W. First St.
- Imperial Bar & Lounge - a centrist joint, with something for everyone, 150 N. Arlington Ave.
- The Chocolate Bar – a trendy place to sip both alcoholic and nonalcoholic chocolate drinks while sampling addictive confections like their Chili-Infused Truffles, 475 S Arlington Ave.
- Blue Moon - famous gourmet pizza, 190 California Ave.
- Cheese Board – a concoction of wine, cheeses and other lunch specialties, 247 California Ave.
Patagonia Outlet Store
Nature lovers know the Patagonia company for quality clothing and gear, and a socially conscious business model. Reno is home to Patagonia's main distribution center as well as a Patagonia outlet store where shoppers can find deals on everything from fishing waders to skiing jackets. Another point of interest: the 171,000-square-foot building received Gold Level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
Mayberry Landing has been around since 1995, and hosts a variety of unique shops. It was built with a focus on maximizing green space and improving the neighborhood, rather than maximizing retail space. The center has been very successful over the years. We have 19 unique shops offering a wide range of services including: a wine store, restaurants, an olive oil store, a spa, two hair salons, a pet store, pet grooming, dry cleaning, pilates, art classes, piano lessons, financial services. Mayberry Landing is located at 3886 Mayberry Drive.
Other Shopping Areas
Reno has numerous shopping areas with upscale boutiques and specialty stores tucked into quaint neighborhoods throughout the city . Two exceptional stops for any Reno shopping mission are Plumgate, located at W. Plumb Lane and S. Arlington Ave