Econo Lodge West Dodge
7833 W. Dodge Rd.
Omaha, NE 68114
Phone: (402) 391-7100
Fax: (402) 391-7100
7833 W. Dodge Rd. , Omaha, NE, US, 68114
- Phone: (402) 391-7100
- Fax: (402) 391-7100
This popular, mid-city mall has it all: Sears, Dillard's, The Children's Place, Sam Goody, Hallmark, Barnes & Noble, KB Toys and other big names make it the local shopping hot spot. A large food court and plenty of indoor and outdoor parking provides the convenience necessary while shopping in bigger malls. Being located at a main crossing in town, one may experience traffic slowdowns during rush hour.
If you are looking for something unique, but not sure what you want, this is the place. At first glance, the mix of furniture, watches, appliances and cookware seems to be the oddest of inventories. Here is the secret, nearly everything in this store relates to design or architecture. This remarkable selection includes building sets, a variety of architecture books, fine gifts and writing instruments beyond the ordinary. All in all, it a fun store with a unique flavor.
Picture more than 500,000 square feet of sheer selling space. With acres of shopping, warehousing and parking areas, it is the single largest home and office furnishing store in America. You will also find electronics, flooring, appliances, computer hardware and software. Prices are low and the selection is huge. There is even a Burger King to refresh between busy hunts. It is crazy and crowded on the weekends. But for people with an eye for interiors, this mega experience is not to be missed.
Looking for a specific wine, label or region? You will almost certainly find it here. Crates of fine wines in every price range line the aisles. The friendly staff makes recommendations if you are looking for the perfect taste to complement a meal. Fine liquors and alcohol imports are also available. In addition, visitors can enjoy a quick lunch, supper or snack at the in-store deli. Be aware that the deli closes one hour before the store.
This centrally located shopping center has the feel of a small town. It is more like walking down Main Street looking at locally owned specialty shops, restaurants, art galleries, and cafes. This is home to Bookworm (The), one of the city's few existing independent bookstores. Check out the collection of fine and funky artworks at the Adam Whitney Gallery, then pop into the Market Basket for a drink. With parking at every shop, it brings you in touch with friendly locals.
One of the last locally owned bookstores of its kind, the Bookworm is hanging on with the assistance of a caring, knowledgeable staff, an excellent location, a homey atmosphere, an outstanding reputation and a dedicated circle of regulars. Open since 1964, the Bookworm offers a huge children's book section, a frequent buyer program, book club discounts and free gift wrapping. The store is located in Countryside Village Shopping Center and is connected to The Village Grinder, a cozy, locally owned coffee shop. Order a cup of java, cozy up to the roaring fireplace and enjoy.
The awe-inspiring wine selection ranges from fresh Beaujolais Nouveau in the fall to the well-aged taste of a fine Merlot. Labels representing wineries from around the globe line the shelves. Strong customer service complements the fine stock. Do not be afraid to ask for advice or for a special order. Wine accessories and imported foods also available. A deli inside in the store dishes up delicious salads and sandwiches. Eat in or ask for it "to go."
What started as a hypnotherapist's workshop has grown and transformed into what is now an all-things-metaphysical shop, where you can find everything from celtic cloaks and tarot cards to jewelry and candles. Started by Charlie, The Next Millennium is a family owned business and has a wonderful staff most of whom have been working there for many years. The shop is stocked with books about Wicca, hypnotherapy and more and also has a wonderful collection of incense to go with your practice. The store also sells herbs, feng-shui items, bumper stickers among the many eclectic items. They encourage curiosity about Reiki, tarot, spell-work, and other metaphysical practices so do call in to find out more. You can even follow them on Twitter and Facebook or drop by their blog.
Shoppers come here to find things they cannot find anyplace else. But this exclusivity can carry a high price tag. After all, this shopping center caters to Regency, one of Omaha's most affluent neighborhoods. The roughly 30 stores include several upscale clothiers for both men and women. Visitors can also browse through a small antique store, as well as a kitchen shop. The world-famous Borsheim's Fine Jewelry and Gifts is a must-see, offering fine gifts and an incredible selection of quality jewelry. For dinner, try Kobe Steakhouse.
Omaha "firsts" fill this mall. The city's first Old Navy is here. Other clothing favorites include the upscale Von Maur and Younkers. Yankee Candle Co. leads the list of specialty shops. There is also a Merle Norman cosmetics shop. Travelers will appreciate the mall's convenient location, right off Dodge Street and Interstate 680 in the central part of the city.
Service is the focus at Omaha's largest florist and home accessory shop. Occasion-reminder services, drive-up windows, frequent-buyer cards and specials make this a fun and convenient way to shop. You will also find gift items, stationery and invitations, Fendi furniture and outstanding seasonal displays. Same-day delivery is guaranteed in the Omaha area if your order is received by 1pm Central Time.
Canfield Plaza is your one stop shop for household utilities and essentials. This family-friendly shopping center opened in 1970 and continues to be an Omaha staple. Canfield's Sporting Goods and Jensen Tire and Auto are some of its oldest tenants. Keyboard Kastle boasts the largest collection of musical instruments in Midwest. Make a pit stop for a quick bite at Little Caesars Pizza, Scooter’s Coffee House or Taco Bell.