Local Shops


Yes, Shakopee is just minutes from the mammoth Mall of America. The city is also close to all of the "Dales" of the Twin Cities: Southdale, Ridgedale, etc. Shakopee also has its own unique collection of shops and boutiques to meet your retail needs, wants and desires. So, let's start our shopping spree locally, then move on from there.

You never know what you might find at Tupelo—a gift studio. From sea salts to watercolors, kitchen wares to handmade jewelry, the possibilities for creative gift giving are endless, whether the recipient is someone else, or yourself. 210 Holmes St. S., 952-445-1955

 

Bill’s ToggeryTo suit the man in your life, step into Bill’s Toggery. The family-owned business has been serving our community’s average and hard-to-fit men since 1931, and carries a vast selection of distinguished brands. 138 South Lewis St., 952-445-3735, www.billstoggery.com


Shakopee Trading Post and GalleryShakopee Trading Post and Gallery displays and sells handmade Native American gifts, jewelry, and crafts from artists all over the United States and Canada. It’s the perfect place to pick up a piece of American history. 723 West First Ave., 952-496-2263, www.shakopeetradingpost.com


 

Lady Di Antiques displays an evolving selection of treasures and collections from the past, including furnishings, lamps, glassware, frames, and clothing. 126 Holmes St. S., 952-445-1238


How QuaintMore than 10 dealers bring their wares to How Quaint’s occasional antique sales. Between sales, the shop reinvents itself by redecorating and bringing in new merchandise. Check the website for upcoming deals. 714 First Ave. E., 952-465-3887, www.how-quaint.com

 

Real Gem Jewelers is Shakopee's premier provider of exceptional jewelry and exclusive brands.  The Real Gem family prides itself on creating lifetime relationships with their customers.  108 First Ave. E., 952-496-2000, www.jewelryshakopee.com 
 

Eagle Creek Quilt ShopA trip to Eagle Creek Quilt Shop is sure to please and inspire any sewing or quilting enthusiast. Marvelously located near downtown Shakopee in an old railroad depot (built in 1909), they host many special events and bus trips. 333 Second Ave. W., 952-233-3774, www.eaglecreekquiltshop.com


While You're in the Neighborhood

While you're visiting the Shakopee area, you may need to find some basic items such as grcoeries and other products. Here's a hand list of nearby stores:

Cub Foods
1198 E. Vierling Dr.
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-403-1620

 

Walmart Supercenter
8101 Old Carriage Court
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-445-8013

     

Target
1685 17th Ave. E
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-445-5332

 

Walgreen's
1291 Tasha Boulevard
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-233-7321


Shakopee Area Coffee Shops/Liquor Stores

Caribou Coffee (2 locations)
1361 Heather St.
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-445-1004
and
8048 Old Carriage Ct.
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-402-0223

 

Coffee Ta Cream
1157 Shakopee Town Square
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-445-9008

     

Panera Bread
8062 Old Carriage Ct.
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-445-8705

 

Crossroads Liquor
1262 VIerling Drive E.
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-445-7242

     

Riverside Liquors
507 E. First Avenue
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-445-6014

 

Shakopee Wine Cellars
4041 Dean Lakes Blvd.
Shakopee, MN 55379
952-233-8777