Comfort Suites Old Town Scottsdale
3275 N. Drinkwater Blvd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: (480) 946-1111
Fax: (480) 874-1641
The name Black Tie Exchange is extremely apt for this store, because not only does it sell clothing appropriate for black tie events, but also exchanges cash or store credit for your used items. You will find affordable clothing here, be it business-casual, semi-formal or evening wear. You can sell your old chinos, tuxedos and cardigans, as well as watches, wallets and tie bars here. This store also undertakes alterations and tailoring.
Located in the heart of Scottsdale, Sphinx Ranch has a countryside farm theme going for it. In business since 1951, this downtown institution features an array of specialty foods and gourmet products. On offer are spices, condiments, locally-made sauces, dried fruits and nuts, as well as a selection of domestic beer, wine and spirits. Take home Medjool dates, among several gustatory delights, that make the perfect gift basket.
Guidon Books carries an extensive collection of specialty books, particularly about Western America and the American Civil War. Aaron Cohen, the shop's proprietor, travels the country in search of unusual historical books to assist you in completing your collection or in your research. Find new books and those no longer in print, with a good selection of books on Custer, Lincoln, Native American history and pioneering. The serious collector should not miss this opportunity.
An avid biker's delight, Rage Cycles stocks some of the best bikes and accessories found in the city of Scottsdale. The store offers bikes by renowned brands like Kona and Rocky Mountain among others, and there are options for the little ones as well. The store also organizes events, like the Cruiser Ride, that draw biking enthusiasts from all over town.
Treat yourself to a flattering touch to your look with a fashionable hat. Traditionally, hats have glamorized by the rich and famous but here in Arizona, they are necessary to beat the intense sun. Personnel from the Az-Tex Hat Company will use time-honored techniques developed in the 1860s to perfectly fit your selection. Whether you are the fedora type or looking for a Stetson or Panama Straw, this extensive collection will satisfy even the most picky patron. You can also pick up adorable head-gear for your pet here.
This shop sits at the intersection of Brown and Main in Old Town. Originally the site of J.L. Davis' general store, built prior to electricity in 1897, it is currently a trading post. Find unique artifacts and decorator items including Pendleton blankets, local salsas and Native American crafts in this interesting shop. If you would rather delve into Arizona's past, check out the Scottsdale Historical Museum nearby.
What makes The Cider Mill tick is the hospitality and warmth with which the staff receives everyone. A family-run enterprise, the establishment has a dining area along with a gourmet food shop offering fresh food products and range of delicious cooking sauces to take home. The menu is a delight, with a delicious range of sandwiches, salads, noodles and soup. Do try Sue's Caesar Salad, Marios Monster Mill-Wich, and Tom's Tuna with a choice of salad and chips from the menu. Check out the soda bar where you can relive the good old times with some amazing Root Beer, Vanilla Cream Soda and Prickly Pear Soda.
Saba’s Western Store established in 1927 is a landmark in Arizona for their Wild West collection. A family owned shop, you will find an outstanding selection of cowboy boots from Tony Lama, Justin and more. A wide selection of Western-style clothing for the whole family is also available. But the boots rule the roost here. If you are overwhelmed by the amazing range, their knowledgeable staff will help you choose the right one for you.
Arizona's largest dealer of Lucchesse boots and the winner of the "Best for Boots" vote by "New Times", has led cowboys and cowgirls to the best selection of Justin, Cole West, Chisholm and other high quality boots in the Valley. They say, "When in Rome do as the Romans do." For a true Western experience, get yourself some mean looking boots. Add western duds, a Stetson hat, find yourself a dance partner and set your toes a tapping.
A passion for African art and culture is evident from the way this store sources and stocks. This is a shop and gallery for not only current African artwork but also antique pieces, tribal jewelery, masks, sculpture, weapons, hand-made dolls, toys and much more. The collection reflects the beauty in day-to-day things of African living like utensils and pottery. With a main store in Mesa, this outlet has a variety of sculptures made in teak, ebony and even soapstone. To add a African touch to the décor of your place, this is definitely the place to pick.
Candy and toys are magic words for kids, and so it is really no wonder why Old Town Candy & Toys is such a hit. Their two favorite things are found in abundance at this old-fashioned store. The sweet treats include confections like Cactus Candy, 10 Flavor Sour Jelly Belly, Hot Dog Gum and Razzles. And old school toys like trucks, guns and dolls are perfect to keep them occupied for hours on end.
In existence since 1977, this totally cool shop offers an extensive selection of in-line skates. When you think of wheels, think Sidewalk Surfer! If you have jumped on board and experienced the thrill of gopeds, snowboards, skateboards and rollerblades, this is the place to shop. Clothes and shoes go together, and here you will definitely find all of your favorite tags. No outfit would be complete without the perfect pair of shades, and there are so many choices it makes your head spin.