10 Places to Shop Locally in Downtown Billings
Are you ready for the holidays? It's only the week of Thanksgiving and I'm already being asked that. No, I'm not read; haven't even started yet.
You can park downtown in one of the decks, so you won't have to scrape your windows. All 10 places listed below are within walking distance except for Al's but he's worth the drive. If you get cold on your walk, there's always Rock Creek Coffee Roasters or you can have a beer and lunch at Montana Brewing Company.
Al's has quality boots and like the name says, they can also repair your favorite shoes. Be sure not to miss all the shoes downstairs too.
Discontent has local art, music and even clothing. Love the Hollie Paris art they have.
The sugary smell that hits you when you open the door is intoxicating. Peanut buttercups and all kinds of Christmas candy. They have it all. Brockel's Chocolates would be a delicious gift for anyone.
GypsyWind has a nice mix of things. Need a beer sign for your brother? Scarf for mom? They have it and priced right, too.
Army Navy Surplus Store has coats, socks, camo, anything any man would need to keep warm this winter.
Want to start a project but don't have the right tool? You might find it here. Western Pawnbrokers is open from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. during the week and on weekends.
If the man in your life needs dress clothes, Desmonds Store for Men has just what you need.
Buffal Chips Indain Arts and Crafts has lots of crafts for purchase but it also has all kinds of craft supplies.
When was the last time you saw a rocking horse like this? YesterYears Antique Mall is a great place to find anything for anyone. Great selection.
Prohibition, custom tailored suits and barbershop.