222 Peculiar Dr.
Belton, MO 64012
Phone: (816) 322-1222
Fax: (816) 322-2232
Gail's Harley-Davidson is a shop which is truly a treasure trove for all bike lovers. Apart from the famous Harley-Davidson bikes, it also sells biking gear, accessories and other stuff. What more, you can also get a customized bike designed as per your wish and request. It also hosts variety of events like bike rides, rallies and so on, that encourage the adventurous streak within you. Should you want more details, check website or simply check out the store.
Von Maur is an exquisite department store. From clothing for men, women, children to cosmetics, accessories, shoes and more, everything can be found at Von Maur.
Be sure to find cute accessories and unusual jewelry at Fashion Creations Jewelry. The staff here is very friendly and they are always available for assistance.
This clothes shop for women features dresses, blouses, accessories and almost every other garment imaginable under the sun. The style of clothes varies from contemporary to fashion forward, and the age range is between 15 and 30. The staff is extremely friendly, they are always willing to help you try anything out and accessorize your choices. Overall, it is a nice shop if you find yourself in Overland Park, just across the border from downtown K.C.
The Sports Medicine Store / Metro Walk and Run is a haunt for every sports' enthusiast in the city. Be sure to find all your sports requirements, including health supplements here.
This boutique in nearby Overland Park, KS is a one-stop shop for women who seek the perfect dress or gift. The store is filled with the latest trends in fashion, from clothes and jewelery to shoes and hats, almost everyone usually finds something. In addition to new designs and accessories, Fashionista also runs as a consignment store so you are sure to find rotating racks of new items every week.
Owned by Marie DeNicola, Mainstream Boutique is located on South Blackbob Road. Established in 1991, this boutique is the fashion hub for women of all ages! They offer a variety of apparel, jewelry and accessories, for all occasions.
In the 1920's, the Brookside Shopping District was created as Kansas City's first neighborhood that focused on outdoor shopping in the southern part of town. Today the buildings and residences still pay homage to yesteryear in their architecture, however there are new stores and restaurants within them. In fact, there are hardly any chain restaurants or stores in the district, and where everything seems like a mom-and-pop store. Moreover, the neighborhood has some great, small parks and other green spaces that connect to Country Club Plaza, Trolley Trail and the historic adjunct neighborhood, Waldo.
This family run bookstore is the last of a dying breed, a children's book store. Nonetheless, Reading Reptile fills the void when it comes to finding quality books for kids in the K.C. metropolitan area. The store holds writing contests for kids, author readings, special events and even their own literature festival. During the week, kids can come down for Story Hour or join one of the book clubs. Overall, the store is a great place that promotes literacy and education for kids of all ages.
This hip, arts & crafts store managed by the Simmons sisters is one of the most eclectic shops in K.C. It is located in the Brookside neighborhood and it features original works from more than 300 different artists and companies. Some of the wares here include jewelery, art, clothing, knick-knacks, local products and souvenirs. The sisters also give back to the community with their art classes, birthday parties at the store, charity work and even business consulting services! Overall, a great family 'sis-and-sis' store.
Old-fashioned, locally owned stores seem to be the norm here in K.C. and Brookside Toy also aptly fits this description. Guests will find classic games like Life, Monopoly, Yahtzee, etc. in addition to the newest games that are meant to enhance creativity and innovation. Alongside the challenging games, it is the best place to come and explore the scientific world. They sell collecting 'kits' for the mini entomologists in your household, where kids can learn about the natural world through insects. And since the shop is locally owned, the products are all carefully curated, so guests are assured to find something interesting and unique.
With 190 stores on two levels, including major department stores such as Macy's, Nordstrom and Dillards, this retail center is a delight for the denizens of the southwest Kansas City suburbs. The mall is located in nearby Overland Park, right off of the I-35 freeway. In addition to department stores, Oak Park has a large food court with KC restaurants you won't find anywhere else like Charley's Grilled Subs and Topsy's Popcorn. Some of the other shops include those for children's apparel, optical services, sporting goods, home furnishings and much more, check website for complete list of stores.