10815 I-35 N
San Antonio, TX 78233
Phone: (210) 655-3500
Fax: (210) 655-3502
San Antonio's source for natural foods and herbal and holistic remedies for more than 20 years, the Nacogdoches store was the first one in the small chain to open. The store shows evidence of its age, but the produce and meats are fresh, and the displays are kept clean and filled with items. Expect to encounter at least a half-dozen stockers filling the shelves whenever you visit. The store is a neighborhood favorite and offers frequent discounts and sales on seasonal fruits and vegetables. The quality of the produce is superior to that of most grocery stores, as are the organic meats as well as the fresh breads and pastries from the bakery. Sin Harvest stocks a wide variety of dry goods in its bulk section; the bins are continually refilled, and the prices are reasonable. There are organic, soy and additive-free cereals, chips and drinks, as well. The store also carries a large selection of vitamins, herbs and alternative health medicines, and the staff is knowledgeable and willing to help the customer make an informed purchase. Aromatherapy and homeopathy oils and herbal products are available, too.
Located on the northeast side of town, Rolling Oaks Mall offers all the department stores you need in a relaxing environment. The newest mall in San Antonio, it is home to stores such as Dillard's, Foley's, Sears, Lady Foot Locker, James Avery Craftsmen, Deck the Walls, Eye Masters, Gurinsky's Fine Jewelry, Regis Hair Salon and many more. After an afternoon of shopping, be sure to eat at the Food Court located on the upper level, or perhaps see a movie at the theater near the Food Court. Finally, a word of advice: Since Rolling Oaks Mall is located on the outskirts of town, it is the place to go shopping during the holiday season. Plenty of parking and inside walking space the mall makes holiday shopping a breeze.
This small men's resale clothing store boasts a remarkable inventory of quality brand name fashions. Suits, ties, dress shirts, casual attire, overcoats and accessories fill the racks at prices far below retail. Many a businessman has sauntered into a high-level meeting wearing a discounted Armani suit from this shop with none the wiser. Second Looks is a great resource for men who like to look like a million dollars, but don't want to spend it.
At first glance, this bookshop looks more like a private home than a store. You almost feel like an intruder walking onto the peaceful, plant-covered deck. Once you're inside, however, there is no doubt that this is a high-quality book dealer. Every title seems to have been chosen with utmost care and the staff is friendly and very knowledgeable about the stock. The two-story building is clean and airy and it is filled with religious gifts and handcrafted crosses. The selection of children's books is of an especially high quality and there is also a small selection of stuffed toys, craft projects and videos. Adult books cover all aspects of faith and spirituality.
Adelante Boutique blends chic style with a little bit of funk. The clothing and jewelry draw women from all over town. The soft fabrics and easy lines of the clothing are the epitome of comfort, and the unusual jewelry designs add flair to any outfit. Many a home is decorated with "antiqued" crosses, distressed wood candlesticks, picture frames, candles and other items from the store's home accessories collection. The shop's appealing inventory has saved its share of men from gift-giving quandaries.
If you need an extra-special gift for yourself or someone you love, you are sure to find it in this exquisite store. Stroll through the selection of fine antiques, beautiful estate jewelry, hard-to-find collectible items and fine art pieces and you'll feel as though you have entered another world. You'll find collectible pieces by Meissen, Continental, Dreseden and Halcyon circa the 18th century, just to mention a few. Not only that, the estate jewelry collection will take your breath away. Stop by this store or visit the downtown store located in the famous Menger Hotel for a pleasant shopping experience.
It's hard to imagine that the upper crust of discount designer clothing stores would be nestled in the heart of one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the city. But even the rich like a good deal. This store boasts an impressive inventory of name-brand clothing and merchandise at below-retail prices. Whether you need a last minute party gift, a frilly dress for your daughter or a new pair of shoes, you'll find it here. And if the airline lost your luggage, you can even pick up a new suit for that big client meeting.
This shop has miniatures and doll houses that are so exquisite you won't believe your eyes. The detail and work that are put into its products is simply stunning and the selection of doll houses is fantastic. From the gingerbread-decked Victorian doll houses to the rustic Texan-style models, this shop has it all. It is the only full-service miniature shop in San Antonio, offering custom work and classes to its patrons. It also sells dolls, furniture and everything needed to stock the ultimate doll house.
This is a gift shop so well known for its atmospheric patchouli fragrance that San Antonians can sniff a gift and know it came from Sloan-Hall. The owner's eye for contemporary design and taste for the unique and unusual set this little shop apart from the mainstream, too.
Kids will be kids. Which means stains from grass, formula, popsicles, sloppy joes, markers and more become the enemy in the battle to keep clothes clean and presentable. Kid To Kid offers a great alternative to retail by offering gently used children's clothing at a fraction of retail costs. Name brands abound amid the inventory, which encompasses babies through pre-teens, both boys and girls. It beats the heck out of paying full price for a pair of pants destined to last only five minutes on the playground.
Serving South Texas for 40 straight years, this Northside shop has a great selection of rare coins and jewelry. One of the current owners is president of the Texas Numismatic Association, and it is that level of expertise and experience that allows the store to buy and sell the many wonderful and valuable objects that it does. It sells bullion, coins, scrap gold, and jewelry and coins obtained from estate sales—it will also provide in-store appraisals of your valuables, and it offers an estate liquidation service as well. The shop's owners are dedicated coin lovers, and they welcome everyone to join them in their hobby.
World-renowned for classic Western boots and outstanding workmanship, Lucchese was established in San Antonio in 1883. There are hundreds of boots to choose from in both domestic and exotic leathers, various styles and numerous colors. Now with a beautiful store in the Alamo Quarry Market shopping center, you can choose not only boots, but also belts, Western clothing and accessories from the store's vast and tempting inventory.