7209 Garth Rd
Baytown, TX 77521
Phone: (281) 421-9764
Fax: (281) 421-9404
7209 Garth Rd, Baytown, TX, US, 77521
- Téléphone : (281) 421-9764
- Télécopie : (281) 421-9404
You will need the whole day to stroll through this mall. It is jam packed with lots of shopping spots and bargains. The anchor stores are Beall's, JC Penny, Sears, Foley's and Mervyn's California. If these department stores cannot provide what you need, there are many more shops scattered throughout the mall. After shopping, you can grab a bite to eat then continue perusing stores or catch a movie at the on-site theater.
A boutique offering women's apparel.
Anchored off San Jacinto Bay in the quiet seaside community of La Porte, Roelof's Antiques is waiting to provide you with the perfect item. Holland is known for its beautiful, high-quality furniture, cabinets, tiles, ceramic keepsakes and colorful laces and linens, and this store certainly displays that tradition impeccably. This excursion will mean you have to take a short drive, but the Dutch quality is more than worth it if you are in the market for collectibles and home accessories.
Quilting has remained a favorite pastime and hobby for many men and women. Painted Pony 'n Quilts has everything you will need to continue making beautiful quilts, or to start it as a new hobby. You can also pick a figurine designed by Sherry Thomas and Jim Shore as gift to your friend. This store is also an authorized dealer of Janome sewing machines and offers sales and service. Visit the shop and join them for an adventure in quilting.
Visit Shiloh Printing company and treat yourself to something special. This place produces excellent Christian books, Bibles, videos, music, gifts and dozens of other spiritually-based celebration items. It is great when you want to enjoy a peaceful feeling when shopping with family and friends. On the lighter side, the inventory also includes T-shirts, greeting cards, cherubs, precious collectibles and even computer software. Children will love the Ashton Drake dolls, TY beanie babies and the beautiful Seraphim angels.
Just southwest of East Sam Houston Tollway is a slice of rodeo history. Custom roping, barrel, and cutting saddles used by champion NFR Qualifiers like Clay Cerny, Bubba Paschal, and Denise Adams have been made here for over 30 years. Each custom saddle is made the old-fashioned way: individually cut and tooled by hand. But they're not just a saddlery. Allen's has all the boots, buckles, hats, and clothing to make anyone look like a gen-u-ine cowboy or cowgirl. This is great place to gear up for the next rodeo. - JoAnn Takasaki
If you are keen to own the mean riding machines belonging to the Harley Davidson brand, then head to the San Jacinto Harley Davidson. The store deals in all types of new as well as pre-owned Harley Davidson motorcycles, as well as special customized bikes that are out of this world. Apart from this, the store also offers parts, accessories, clothing and it also has a full-fledged service department with an expert team of technicians to take care of your vehicles. Walk in to take your pick.
Handmade items make the most precious gifts and this little shop called Sylvia's Cozy Corner has a lot of these to offer. Products of local artists and craftsmen fill this store with unique gift items. You will find infant gifts, wind chimes, afghans and pillows made with love and superior workmanship. There is also a collection of Coca-Cola collectibles such as signs and bottles. They really bring back the memories. Come and browse, you are sure to find something special for yourself or a loved one.
From comfortable cottons to silkier creations, this store has what every woman needs to fill her lingerie drawer. The shop has been dubbed by many to be the best erotic apparel boutique in Houston. Visit to find gowns, baby doll pajamas, corsets, bustiers, hosiery, teddies, bras, camisoles and much more. Lingerie sizes range from small to 4X, and hosiery sizes range from petite to queen. You will have to see the variety of selections to believe it.
Established 25 years ago, this mall has been a longstanding fixture on the Houston shopping scene. It does not offer the latest in high-tech design, but it is still a great place for casual shopping and power walking. JC Penny and Foley's anchor the 64 shops inside. Specialty stores include two bookstores, import stores, jewelry stores, toy stores and several comic book/collector outlets. Shoppers can dine at nine different eateries when the mood strikes, or take a break by catching a movie at the Almeda Square Theater.
If you adore Mexican pastries, this little shop will satisfy your craving. Located on the East End, it is run by two sisters who spend a lot of time and effort baking up the finest homemade breads, cookies and sweets. They also cook wonderful biscuits, gorditas and breakfast tortas if you are in the mood for something a bit more filling.