Shopping and Restaurants

Parkway Place Mall - With 650,000 square feet and over 75 stores this mall is anchored by Dillard’s and Belk’s;  it also includes Pottery Barn, Williams & Sonoma, Hollister, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle, and many other stores.

Twickenham  - New restaurants, shops and grocery stores have opened in the medical district: Mei Wei, Ruths Chris, Cajun Steamer, Taco Mama, The Chocolate Bar 

The shops at Merchants Walk - Whole Foods Market, Local Taco, lululemon, athletica showroom, Farm Burger, Maki Fresh, Mountain High Outfitters, Dress Up Boutique, xtreme Barre, Orange Theory, The Masters, Envy, the Lash studio 

Downtown Huntsville – The historic ambience makes this area a pleasurable shopping  destination for residents and tourists alike. Harrison Brother Hardware Store – the state’s oldest operating hardware store  is filled with nostalgic hardware items, household gadgets, and local crafts.  Railroad Antique Mall, Artistic Images Gallery, and numerous small shops grace the area. 

Valley Bend at Jones Farm - A multi-anchored retail development in the heart of southeast Huntsville.  The complex includes Bed Bath & Beyond, Petsmart, Famous Footwear, Ross, Barnes & Noble, Marshall’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Hobby Lobby, and Party City. In 2007 the Rave Movie Theater opened with 18 auditoriums.

Bridge Street Town Centre – Offering a distinctly European atmosphere, Huntsville’s newest shopping & dining experience is anchored by the Westin Hotel and offers a unique blend of speciality shops.  It features Ann Taylor Loft, White House-Black Market, Banana Republic, Coldwater Creek, J Jill, Strasburg Children’s, Clarks, Chicos, Bebe, Barnes & Noble, and many more.  Restaurants include; P F Chang’s restaurant, Conner’s, Chocolate Crocodile, Cantina Laredo, & Red Robin. Monaco Pictures is a new upscale movie entertainment experience combining state-of-the-art technology, and stylish dining experiences.

More on the horizon - Mid CityCity Centre