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A Local's Guide to Shopping in Edmond

Nov 16, 2018 1:03:07 PM / by Jennifer Fields

A Local's Guide to Shopping Edmond OK  As an upscale suburb of Oklahoma City, Edmond has much to offer the fastidious shopper. With high-end retail and food establishments peppering several of its corners, both new residents and seasoned locals have plenty of viable options. Whether you're looking for a specific item or want to spend an afternoon window shopping, here is a list of some of Edmond, Oklahoma's finest venues.

2nd Street and Broadway

This intersection creates the classic strip of Downtown Edmond. Where vintage charm meets modern design, this area has everything from antique stores to boutiques. Start with gourmet coffee and pastries from Cafe Evoke (open every day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.) before popping into Head Over Heels Boutique. This specialty shoe store stays open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and offers a variety of shoes, handbags and accessories for all tastes. Looking to update your wardrobe? Pink Petal Boutique has all the seasonal favorites. And for anyone looking to complement a room with antique furniture and accessories, Broadway Antiques & Market has offerings from more than 30 vendors. Open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., this shop (Edmond's oldest antique store) employs sophisticated displays that capture the essence of shabby chic.

Spring Creek Plaza and Spring Creek Village

Head into northeast Edmond to find Spring Creek Plaza, a Mecca of upscale dining and retail sitting on the northeast corner of Bryant and 15th Street. Here, you'll find favorites in women's clothing, including White House Black Market, Soma, Ann Taylor Loft, and J. Jill. For a more masculine option, head to Jos. A. Bank or the Boardroom Salon for Men. Once you've exhausted these locales, head across the street to Spring Creek Village, where a variety of restaurants and boutiques awaits. Have a seafood meal at Fish City Grill or enjoy authentic Mediterranean fare at Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe. This center also includes an OK Runner store, where you can find all the latest in athletic gear, The Vintage Pearl (for hand-stamped jewelry), and Tres Jolie, a top destination for prom and pageant formals.

Covell and Kelly

This shopping center, which recently saw an influx of new establishments, has Uptown Grocery, a high-end store with food service, Roxy's (a local ice cream favorite), Three Dog Bakery (because dogs deserve treats, too), and many more. Stop into Red Coyote for a new pair of running shoes, and check out Red Wing, a retailer specializing in men's work boots. For more practical, everyday options, head across the street to Covell Village and stock the cellar at Coffee Creek Wine Shop or enjoy brunch at Old School Bagel Cafe. And don't forget to take an afternoon stroll along the scenic trails of Mitch Park, which sits on the northwest corner of Covell and Kelly.



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Jennifer Fields

Written by Jennifer Fields