3477 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95051
Phone: (408) 984-3364
Fax: (408) 244-5561
3477 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA, US, 95051
- Phone: (408) 984-3364
- Fax: (408) 244-5561
Considered to be a man's paradise, Fry's is a one-stop-shopping electronics retailer that carries over 50,000 hi-tech products. Founded in 1985 in the Silicon Valley, Fry's Electronics has stores across the country and provides products that embody the latest technological trends and electronic advances. Each location sells, services and supports computer hardware and software products, I.C.'s, components and accessories, audio, video and telecommunications products and appliances. Fry's also offers personal electronics, convenience products and general merchandise items. Perfect for the hi-tech professional or novice, Fry's prides itself on employing a friendly and knowledgeable staff who can answer any question you have about their merchandise. You can literally lose yourself in this electronics haven for hours!
Diddams is huge and has everything you could possibly need for a party (except food, drink and location, that you have to figure on your own). But seriously, it is the ultimate party supplies store. Just a sample of what you will find: candy, gift bags, gag gifts, novelty items, greeting cards, streamers, balloons, party favors, decorations, banners, dried and fake flowers, wedding decorations, invitations, games and many other items. Drop in to make your party truly memorable!
Sports Basement has stores in San Francisco, Campbell, Sunnyvale and Walnut Creek. Just like every outlet, this branch provides a range of equipment for activities such as backpacking, lacrosse, running, swimming, tennis, yoga, climbing and cycling. It also offers rentals on goods like cameras, snowboards, tennis, camping and backpacking apparatus. This shop hosts diverse events and conducts free classes in activities like core and yoga; check their website for regular updates.
Formerly Cupertino Square, this sleek double-decker mall with hardwood floors is anchored by Macy's and Sears, and also contains more than 100 specialty shops including some chic galleries and clothing boutiques. Shoppers from all over the South Bay browse its specialty shops and dine at its many restaurants, which vary from upscale Benihana to McDonalds. The mall has been a perennial favorite during the holiday shopping season, maybe because it provides that rare and most appreciated Bay Area commodity—free and ample parking.
A part of a chain of shops selling musical instruments, Guitar Center in Santa Clara is the answer to all of your musical instruments and accessories needs. Be it a Gibson guitar or a perfect set of percussion, the store has been one of the top retailers in Santa Clara county ever since it opened its doors in the Silicon Valley in 1978. Its contribution to the music-loving community is not restricted to the selling of instruments; the store also hosts regular concerts, competitions and workshops, inviting experts like Luis Conte, Steve Morse, Steve Lukather and many others. For music lovers, it doesn't get much better than this.
The San Jose outlet of this well known furniture chain specializes in leather. If you are running a tight budget this is the place to shop. The Clearance Center within will fetch you some good bargains on couches, tables, chairs and much more. But you've got to shop here at your own risk as Jennifer Convertibles is known for some really uncomfortable pieces of furniture.
Even after being attached with many controversies, the popularity of Urban outfitters has remained steady. Located in Santana Row, this brand is very well known for its funky fashion line and household products. Initially called 'The Free People's Store', Urban Outfitters opened its first store in 1970 and today, has a chain of stores across the globe. They offer their private brands like Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Free People and Terrain as well as other brands like Lacoste, Diesel, True Religion and lots more.
For all of your correspondence needs turn to this San Jose stationery store. It offers custom engraving and a wide selection of invitations, thank you cards, announcements and so on. You will also find general interest gifts less than $20 such as sparkling scented lotions, sleek picture frames and artsy desk accessories. The store is located in the Willow Glen district among several home furnishing, designer clothing and gift boutiques to enjoy.
The Electronics Flea Market on Stevens Creek Boulevard is a hub for geeks of the gadget. Located in the campus of De Anza College, this open air bazaar features everything from fluorescent bulbs and batteries, to computer parts and recycled waste. Pursue the stalls and vendors for an electronic essential or simply a technical oddity.
Bring in your clothes and you will get cash on the spot, as long as the goods have no holes or spots. The zippers have to work, too. Basically, if your clothes are in good condition, you will receive 40 percent of whatever the resale price is. That is not a bad deal. Of course, do not bring in a leather jacket in the peak of summer, you must bring in stuff that is in season. It is also a very cheap place to get quality used clothing. The place is quite spacious and hence has a variety of collection.
For anything that looks, smells, sounds or feels Dutch, this shop has it! Among noteworthy items in its stock is the authentic Holland breakfast cakes, country breads, cheese, chocolates and candy! Also on offer are several gift items and Dutch souvenirs, such as Delft Blue tiles, ceramic animals, books, calendars, coffeepots, dolls, jewelry, tee shirts and accessories, to name a few. During Christmas, you'll find interesting items like chocolate letters, advocaat chocolate and lots of cookies here. It's a shop... It's a bakery... It's a Dutch bakery-cum-gift shop; happy shopping the Dutch way!
This is one of the largest antique showrooms in all of Bay Area. It is literally a gigantic warehouse of stuff and there are so many rooms, you'll probably get lost inside the place. Among the goods you will find several antique cabinets, posters, old hotel signs, postcards, magazines, figurines, chairs, tables, lamps, oriental goods, Americana and many other items. The proprietors are seasoned pros and have been in the antique business for decades; they are always ready to guide customers.