Malls & Shopping Centers
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Downtown Bend is an incredible shopping experience. The historic district is a wonderful mix of new architecture and restored buildings housing art galleries, boutiques, gift, and specialty stores. Each month, you can admire the work of local artists as you sample fine wine during the First Friday Art Walk. You’ll absorb the rustic feel of the downtown architecture, taking a break for lunch at a memorable delicatessen and discovering exactly what you’ve been looking for, all over a panoramic view of Mirror Pond with a Cascade peak backdrop. So, why don’t you go downtown, where everything’s waiting for you?
>> Visit the Downtown Bend Business Association’s Website
>> Buy your Downtown Dollars here. Downtown Dollars gift certificates are available in increments of $10 and $25 and are good at any downtown Bend business including retail shops, restaurants, art galleries, and events at the Tower Theatre.
Old Mill District
Take a stroll around Bend, Oregon’s tribute to its timber town heritage. Fifty years ago you would’ve heard the sawmills humming and watched lumberjacks balancing on logs floating down the Deschutes river. Today, you’ll discover an exciting shopping, dining, and entertainment district called the Old Mill District. Here you’ll encounter top of the line apparel and goods, dine at nationally recognized restaurants, watch the latest blockbuster film, and have a chance to see your favorite musician perform their tunes at the Les Schwab Amphitheater. Rent a bike or a surrey to explore the paved path along the river at the pump house across from Flatbread. It’s a place where the past meets the future while celebrating the natural environment of Bend.
>> Visit the Old Mill District’s website
>> Buy your Old Mill District gift certificates here. The Old Mill District gift certificates are good at any store, restaurant, gallery or theater in the Old Mill District. They are even good for everything sold at the Ticket Mill including Sun Country Rafting Trips, Wanderlust Tours, and concerts.
Cascade Village Shopping Center
Spend a day shopping outdoors. The Cascade Village Shopping Center offers the variety of city shopping but with the beauty of Bend. Located off of Highway 97 and featuring an outstanding collection of famous name stores like Best Buy, Trader Joe’s, Ross and JCPenny to name a few, plus unique local shops and eateries — don’t miss the yummy Italian flavor of Carino’s or Little Pizza Paradise — the Cascade Village Shopping Center is the place to find whatever you may be looking for.
Bend Factory Stores
Some people say that if you want quality, you’ve got to pay for it. Well, not here! Get a smoking deal at unbelievable prices on name brand goods including Columbia Sportswear, Nike, Eddie Bauer, Carters Kids, and Coach to name a few. The stores are conveniently located on south Highway 97.
Bend River Promenade
The Bend River Promenade offers the perfect blend of familiar name stores like Macy’s, Kohl’s and TJ Maxx, unique specialty shops, and family restaurants. From gifts and apparel to jewelry and Oregon made products, there is something for every member of the family. Conveniently located on north Highway 97 with easy access off the Bend Parkway, you’re sure to find just what you need.
Forum Shopping Center
Looking for the latest bestseller? Maybe you want to rent a movie for the night, or, maybe you’d prefer the theater. Perhaps you want to stock up with plenty of food before you head to the hills. The Forum Shopping Center is Bend, Oregon’s hot spot for great deals. There are plenty of brand name stores to choose from like Costco, Old Navy, Barnes & Noble and more. You’ll also find great apparel, grocery, and specialty stores. When you work up an appetite from all that shopping, why not treat yourself to a great lunch or dinner at a fine restaurant. Not enough time? Grab a quick bite from a fast food restaurant. Whatever you are seeking is conveniently accessible at the Forum Shopping Center.
Built partially on a Ponderosa pine tree farm, NorthWest Crossing is a community that was designed based on the principals of new urbanism, an architectural philosophy that emphasizes pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods integrated with commercial and retail businesses, schools and parks. Check out the town center which features award-winning restaurants, art galleries, and businesses. During the summer, weekly outdoor events include a farmer’s market, live music, and Munch ‘n Movies.