Shopping in Grand Junction
Dillard's, Inc. ranks among the nation's largest fashion retailers. The Company focuses on delivering style, service and value to its shoppers by offering compelling apparel, cosmetics and home selections
Dick's Sporting Goods is a leading, omni-channel sporting goods retailer offering an extensive assortment of high quality sports equipment, apparel, footwear and accessories,
HomeGoods offers an ever-changing mix of merchandise, including furniture, rugs, lighting, soft home, decorative accessories, tabletop, cookware, and much more.
Natural Grocers is your neighborhood organic grocer offering everything from organic produce to free range eggs to health coaching and more.
As of 2023, Costco is the third largest retailer in the world and is the world's largest retailer of choice and prime beef, organic foods, rotisserie chicken. COSTCO is coming in 2026!
Sprouts Farmers Market, Inc., is a supermarket chain headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. The grocer offers a wide selection of natural and organic foods, ..
There are plenty of reasons to love living in, or visiting, Grand Junction, Colorado. We are known for our arts community, wine and fruit orchards, outdoor recreation and milder 4 seasons.
In this 1st article in my series, the focus in on the shopping opportunities.
Grand junction currently has one indoor mall, Mesa Mall that houses many top retailers and is located on Patterson Road at 24 Road Stores include: Dillard's, Dick's Sporting Goods, Cabela's, Maurice's, JC Penny's, and many boutiques and service providers. On the perimeter of the mall there is Target, HomeGoods, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble and great restaurants such as Olive Garden, Red Lobster and Chili's.
Across the street from the mall on Patterson Road is a cluster of other top retailers: Kohl's, ULTA, Home Depot and PetSmart. Mixed in the area are locally owned retailers such as Fisher's Liquor Barn, Fisher's (meat) Market, and other well known fast food restaurants. Patterson Road is a major road that runs east and west through Grand Junction, with many strip shopping centers with locally owned businesses the entire length. Regal 14 Cinema and The Picture Show movie theaters are in close proximity to the mall area.
Off of Highway 6 & 50 at 25 1/2 Road, you will Find Walmart, Sam's Club, Sprouts, Lowe's, Hobby Lobby, Einstein's Bagels, American Furniture Warehouse, Red Robin Restaurant and many other retailers and service providers.
Also on Highway 6 & 50 at 25 Road is a strip center with Ross, Old Navy, Michael's, Petco, Natural Grocers, Sportsman's Warehouse, Honey Baked Ham, Smokin Oak Pizza, Five Guys Burgers, and Lone Spur restaurant.
Downtown Grand Junction
The Downtown area is our historic buildings that are now a lively, tree-lined street of boutiques, sidewalk cafes, entertainment and restaurants. We have two exceptional ladies clothing stores that are my absolute favorites, Zephyrs and Main Paige. There are other stores popular with the younger set like Pollux clothing and stores for babies, teens, and outdoor wear.
Restaurants and craft breweries' are on every corner. Some Favorites are Goat and Clover, Rockslide Brewery, Dream Cafe, Taco Party, Bin 707, Foam & Folly, and Pablo's Pizza. All along Main St. is the well known art exhibit "Art on the Corner" which is an extensive collection of interesting sculptures.
If it is art you are shopping for, the downtown area is full of art galleries, exhibits and theaters. Stop in and look around at Uncanny Valley, Working Artists, the Black Poppy and others.