Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Near Bricktown
1750 East Reno Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
Phone: (405) 278-7250
Fax: (405) 278-7260
1750 East Reno Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK, US, 73117
- Phone: (405) 278-7250
- Fax: (405) 278-7260
Looking for bargains? With more than 300 dealers, this south side flea market is bound to have something you cannot live without, at a price you will not want to pass up. You will see both new and old items; gift items, apparel, antiques and a whole bunch more. The market has been around since the late 1970s, so the owners really know what they are doing in this business—they have almost made it an art form.
They're best known for their unparalleled assortment of professional grade fishing gear, but this sportsman's warehouse is much more than that. Thrill to the thousands of quality outdoorsman choices 364 days a year, and you'll find just about anything you need for camping, fishing, or hunting. Tracker boats, footwear, rugged outdoor apparel, archery supplies, and a great gun department are all popular stops for the enthusiast. To complete the one-stop shopping, don't forget to pick up your sporting license before you leave.
Near the hospitals on 10th Street is this great, University of Oklahoma medical school bookstore. There is a good selection of medical and health science books, as well as a small selection of general books. You will find lab coats and some medical supplies like stethoscopes and the like. There are lots of office and school supplies for students. Plus, there is a good selection of OU sweatshirts, T-shirts, hats and other memorabilia for Sooner fans.
Located in the Midtown area of Oklahoma City, Shop Good is clothing and accessories store focused on carrying fair trade and local items. All of the products they carry are scrutinized and carefully picked, making sure they are ethically made, support a good cause. Products range from graphic t-shirts for both men and women, dresses, jewelry and unique accessories.
Lululemon's trademark logo has stamped its impression across the continent. The flourishing company stemmed from the founder, Chip Wilson's, need for gear specially designed for his yoga class. That very need coupled with the science of athletic fabric led to the first of the chain stores in 1998. Today, it boasts numerous outlets in America and Canada catering solely to the fashion requirements of fitness freaks. The collection includes comfortable and stylish tank tops, hoodies, undergarments, pants and shorts for both the sexes. The exclusive yoga line features mats, towels and accessories; and the store also plays host to weekly yoga sessions.
What started out as one of the first shopping districts in 1929 gradually evolved to become a haven for jazz musicians, students and small businesses by the end of the 1950s. The end of this era brought with it the counter-culture which determined the atmosphere of the Paseo in the 60's, but it was only until the next decade that it became one of the country's finest art districts. It fell into some decay through the 80's, however today it has been revitalized and the shops host food, art and music festivals year-round. Don't forget the district's 'First Friday Art Walk', where everyone comes out to buy and sell local wares.
Located in Stockyard City, this western wear store has been in business since 1913, making it the oldest in Oklahoma City. If you are in the market for boots, the friendly staff will help you choose from 15,000 pairs. Nobody sells more Levi's or Wrangler's in the Southwest. Whether you are looking for a belt for your two-year-old or a hat for your dad, this shop carries it all, with western clothing for men, women and children. You will also find a small selection of Stockyard City souvenirs.
Located at the crossroads of I-240 and I-35 on the south side of Oklahoma City you will find the largest mall in the metro area. With 140 stores and four department stores (Dillard's, Foley's, Penney's and Ward's), you are sure to find exactly what you need. The mall was built in 1973, but it has undergone some renovations, including the addition of a brand new state-of-the-art 16-screen movie theater.
This antique mall offers every kind of treasure you can imagine. Different vendors are selling their wares, including everything from glassware to antique Victorian furniture. The store is very large and the selection changes all the time, so even if you have visited before, it is worth multiple visits. There is also a second location on Western which is worth a look.
This 11,000 square foot showroom features antiques of every style you can imagine. It has oak primitive furniture and Victorian mahogany and walnut furniture. Victorian music boxes, stained glass windows and early country store/early advertising items are also available. There is so much to see at this shop, with more than 60 showcases of fine porcelain, pottery and art glass.
Another word for 'Fashion' is American Eagle Outfitters. Clothes, lingerie, accessories and shoes, for both men and women, you get just about anything in this one-stop shop. The sales staff are knowledgeable, courteous and always willing to help. You can even create your own fashion and mix-n-match. This store guarantees excellent quality and a complete wardrobe revamp. Call for opening hours.
When it comes to fashion, Banana Republic is a trusted name for sure—it's a brand that styles you perfect. While women can revel in the trove of vibrant petites, sexy skirts and beautiful party dresses, men can fill their wardrobes with smart chinos, khaki suits, trendy jackets and more. There's a cool collection of nifty footwear too. So, you don't have to go elsewhere looking for that perfect match; Banana serves that purpose well. This brand is all about great apparel, good accessories, nice footwear and chic handbags.