Comfort Suites East / I-44
1737 S. 101st East Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74128-4607
Phone: (918) 628-0900
Fax: (918) 663-5224
1737 S. 101st East Ave., Tulsa, OK, US, 74128-4607
- Phone: (918) 628-0900
- Fax: (918) 663-5224
With over 18,000 square feet of space, this store in East Tulsa is one of the largest of its kind in the state. Not just a used bookstore, it also carries used CDs, cassettes, magazines, comics, videos and even vinyl records in near-mint condition. There are videos for rent as well as for sale, with a special classic movie section. As for the books, there are over 700,000 items available for your perusal. Gardner's will also buy, sell and trade for items they carry. Browse these aisles, and you are almost certain to find something to interest you.
Located just north of I-44 on South Yale Avenue, this popular shopping spot contains 133 stores on two levels, including four anchor stores (Mervyn's, Foley's, Dillard's and JC Penney). The specialty stores here offer a wide range of products, including designer clothing, housewares, electronics, jewelry and novelty items. When you are done shopping, stop for lunch in the food court or check out the hottest new movies at the 12-screen Hollywood Palace theater, featuring stadium seating and THX sound.
The Farm is one of Tulsa's more popular shopping spots. Built around a restored barn in 1971, this outdoor center has a quaint country village flavor. But do not be fooled; the shopping here is anything but flea market. More than 40 quality stores grace these premises, ranging from apparel to gifts to specialty shops, Pier One, Harold's and Read's being among the larger ones. If you get hungry, restaurants are scattered throughout, ranging from fast food to upscale and Mexican to German.
Located in midtown, this popular locally-owned bakery has won readers' awards for its delectable treats. Besides offering a wide selection of custom-decorated wedding and party cakes, this shop also specializes in delicious pastries, pies, dessert cakes and even mousse cakes. Whether you need something customized for that special occasion, or whether you are just looking for a great dessert for your dinner guests, stop in and try this Tulsa favorite.
Your treasure hunt for that elusive rare title begins here at this shop at 15th and Delaware in midtown Tulsa. Specializing in quality used, collectible, first edition, out-of-print and rare books, it stocks approximately 20,000 titles. If it does not have it, the staff will do a search for you for free. In addition, you will find an extensive local history section with many titles you probably won't find anywhere else. Find an item to add to your collection, or find out more about Oklahoma history.
This store contains one of Tulsa's largest and most elegant collections of antiques, art and decorative items for the interior of your home. Presented market-style, the entire 25,000 square-foot store is made up of “vignettes” resembling interior rooms, where dealers, interior designers and artisans can display their work in aisle after aisle of quiet sophistication. This is not a typical antique or crafters mall. Windsor Market displays the work of Tulsa's finest, and the displays, merchandise and atmosphere are definitely a cut above. Whether you have been searching for that unique item to add to your home, or whether you just love to browse, you're sure to find something here to please you.
Located at the busy intersection of 71st Street and Memorial, Woodland Hills Mall is one of the most popular shopping spots in the region. Its 164 stores on two levels include more than 80 stores not found anywhere else in Tulsa. Besides the anchor stores (JC Penney, Sears, Foley's and Dillard's), shoppers can find specialty stores offering clothing (Abercrombie & Fitch), home furnishings (The Bombay Company), business needs (Franklin Covey) and much more.
One of the largest stores of its kind in Tulsa, this store at 51st and Harvard offers a wide range of Christian books, Bibles and music in well-defined departments. The extensive children's section includes a big-screen television showing videos for the kids, and the music section features a sit-down bar of CD players so listeners can try before they buy. In addition, a broad office/educational area provides office supplies and children's educational resources, including home school curriculum.
Set in the courtyard of the Consortium in Brookside, this small but amply supplied store is an exclusive dealer of fine men's wear from Italian designer Ermengildo Zegna. From suits to sportswear, this retailer offers that personal touch, selling most of its clothing custom-tailored (at no extra charge) to give customers the advantage of looking their very best. If you are looking for a fine suit of clothes for that special occasion or that business meeting, this is the place for you.
This gift shop in the popular Brookside area has a definite island theme, even though oceans are miles away from Tulsa. Step into the tropics and browse its selection of designer jewelry, bath and body products, aromatherapy items and even gourmet foods and sauces, all with that unique island flair. Find something to pamper yourself, or find a great gift item for a loved one. But if you tell anyone you bought it in Tulsa, they probably will not believe you.
Located in south Tulsa, this place is famous for its honey-glazed hams and turkeys, as well as other high-quality deli meats. Hams and turkeys are sold whole or by the pound, spiral sliced, both in-store and by mail order. Within the store you will also find a great selection of gourmet gifts and food items. Whether you are looking for some good lunch meat, the perfect ham or turkey for your meal, or even a gift for a friend, this place will have the quality you are looking for. The store also serves weekend brunch and breakfast on weekdays.
Just a few miles west of Tulsa in Sapulpa, Frankoma Pottery has been an area tradition since 1933. Using red clay from a local source, this factory draws from Western and Native American influences and uses a unique firing process to create its world-renowned original designs of clayware and decorator items on the premises. Frankoma also designs custom products on request and will ship almost anywhere. Come see the showroom floor, find a bargain in the "seconds" area, or take one of the free factory tours offered six times daily.