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Utica Square

When you hear its many outdoor clocks chime the songs of the season, you know you’re in fashionable Utica Square. This charming mix of premier national retailers and restaurants such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Coach and P.F. Chang’s, along with unique local merchants including The Snow Goose and Ihloff Salon & Day Spa, has been attracting shoppers for more than half a century. Set in a park-like atmosphere of nearly 200 trees and overflowing gardens, Utica Square is also home to many special events including free summer concerts, Art in the Square and holiday events set to 300,000 sparkling lights.
Website: http://www.uticasquare.com
Location: between Utica & Yorktown Ave from 21st Street to 22nd Place | Tulsa, OK 74119

Cherry Street

Colorful, striped tents brimming with organic fruits and vegetables. The smell of rosemary, lavender and fresh-baked artisan bread. Babies and four-legged friends in tow. It seems warm Saturday mornings were made for the Cherry Street Farmer’s Market, where foodies, gardeners and shoppers flock for home-grown freshness and hand-crafted wares. Just down the street, antique and interiors shops, galleries, bistros and cafes round out the eclectic mix that makes Tulsa’s historic Cherry Street a one-of-a-kind shopping and dining experience.
Website: http://www.cherrystreetfarmersmarket.com
Location: 7 block area of 15th Street between Peoria and Utica | Tulsa, OK 74120

71st Street

This is where it all happens…starting with the Woodland Hills Mall area all the way down to Super Target and beyond, with just about everything you can think of in between. Best Buy, Outback Steakhouse, the IMAX and Cinemark, Carabba’s, Barnes & Noble, paintball and more make this four-mile stretch your destination for major shopping, restaurants, hotels and fun. Just go with the flow to Tulsa’s 71st Street corridor off Highway 169, and see what tastes and looks good. You can’t miss is Woodland Hills Mall, 1.2 million square feet of super-regional shopping heaven with 165 fine stores including Dillard’s, The Gap, Origins, and American Eagle, a children’s play area, glass elevator and extensive food court.
Location: 71st Street between Memorial Dr. and 145th Street | Tulsa, OK 74133


Fashionable and funky shops by day. Dining, dancing and club hopping by night. You can find the most exquisite, of one-of-a-kind boutiques, antiques, hand-made pottery and art galleries at Brookside in Tulsa. At the center of this eclectic strip, sits the upscale international shopping and dining experience found at Center One. Center One features a collection of one-of-a-kind shops that rival any found on both coasts. Brookside is where Oprah goes to find the chocolates on her “favorite things” list and where locals and visitors alike can explore and indulge.
Website: http://www.brooksidetheplacetobe.com
Location: Peoria between 31st and 51st Streets | Tulsa, OK 74105

Tulsa Flea Market

Since 1972, the Tulsa Flea Market has been one of the region’s best places to shop for antiques, collectibles, primitives, furniture, crafts, home décor, jewelry and more. Vendors from Oklahoma and surrounding states feature unique items for your shopping enjoyment in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. For more information please call 918-744-1386 or e-mail tulsafleamarket@cox.net
When: 8am-4pm on Saturdays
QuikTrip Center-Lower Level 4145 East 21st Street | Tulsa, OK 74114

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