722 N. Port Avenue, Corpus Christi, TX, US, 78408
- Phone: (361) 883-7400
- Fax: (361) 883-0333
Along with the Texas Surf Museum, located in the back of the shop, you will find a fine array of cds, tapes and vinyl records from a variety of music genres. Also in the shop are cool souvenirs, jewelry and t-shirts. Just look for the "woody" sitting just outside the door. Located in Water Street market along with lots of other independent restaurants and shops.
The cornerstone of downtown's dining and shopping scene, the Water Street market has something for everyone. If you are hungry there's the Water Street Seafood Company, the Water Street Oyster Bar or for a quick caffeine fix, Agua Java. At Executive Surf Club you can grab a drink with your buddies. Explore the history of surfing in Texas at the Texas Surf Museum located at the Surf Club Records. There are plenty of other shops to browse through and a few benches if you just need a break from all the fun.
Located in the Water Street Market along plenty of other shops and restaurant, this darling little shop is a great place to look for that one-of-a-kind gift or souvenir. Pieces of art, clothing, jewelry and hats are just a few thing you will find here. Prices are reasonable and the staff is always willing to help you with your selection.
The perfect place to find that special "one-of-a-kind" gift. El Zocalo specialized in importing hand-made crafts jewelry and home decor. Most wares come from artists in Mexico, Guatemala and Peru. Products are often made of wood, paper, tin and glass and all are hand made. Clothing is made with chemical-free dyes and most often using natural materials. Prices are quite reasonable so feel free to splurge.
Located in touristy North Beach, not far from the Texas State Aquarium and the USS Lexington you'll find North Beach Gift Shop. A great place to find some quirky and fun souvenirs to take back home. In addition to souvenirs you'll find everything to make your stay on the beach spectacular--beach towels, sun screen, sun glasses, hats, inflatable toys and more.
Unique gifts cam be hard to come by. However, at Bleu Frog Mercantile you will find a variety of antique furniture, lamps, one-of-a-kind art and interesting jewelry. This place is fun even just to window shop, there is always something new and most likely you will find something you have never seen before. Located right next door to Hester's Cafe, just in case you need a caffeine jolt to keep you going.
Located in Lamar Park, this charming little jewelry shop boasts an impressive collection of imports from over 30 countries. Besides stunning pieces made of silver, turquoise and semi precious stones the shop also carries other accessories such as hats and handbags, shoes, clothes, and even home decor and furniture. Of particular interest is the lowing display of indigenous and exotic crafts from all around the world.
This is a must see for foodies. Featuring the latest and greatest kitchen gadgets, you are bound to find something new to try out. Aside from gadgets, the shop also stocks a fine selection of coffees and teas and gourmet products including jellies, jams and salsa. As a great gift idea, choose whatever you like in the store and they will package it for you in a lovely gift basket and even ship it out to you. On Thursday nights you can sign up for a cooking class to learn from the best chefs in the area. Check their website for upcoming class topics.
In this shopping center you will find a variety of well-known national and international brands, along with a charming collection of locally owned and operated shops specializing in apparel, jewelry, shoes, and children's needs. It's a wonderful way to spend a rainy afternoon (summers can be quite wet in south Texas) or as a break from the beach.
William's Fashion shoes carries a wide selection of comfy designer shoes to sooth your aching feet. Brands include Cole Haan, Mephisto, Rangoni, Stuart Weitzsman and many more. This particular shop specializes in finding hard-to-find sizes and also features an online store.
If you are looking for a one-of-a kind gift try visiting Third Coast Antiques and gifts, where you'll find 16 antiques dealers under one roof. There is so much variety, it makes it hard to choose. Browse through books, jewelry, furniture, toys, lamps, figurines, and china for that special treasure you have been looking for. Prices are quite reasonable and the shop is located only about eight minutes from downtown.