10.Mag Mile in Chicago The Magnificent Mile is a wonderful sanctuary for shoppers. With elaborate window displays, upscale department stores like Bloomingdales.
9.The Galleria in Houston Houston's Galleria is a prestigious shopping center that is mostly inside and connected to two Westin hotels, the Galleria Office Towers complex, and a private health club.
8.Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota The enormous Mall of America, which houses more than 500 stores and 60 restaurants in addition to attractions like the Nickelodeon.
7.Manhattan streets & markets in New York City The streets of Manhattan are crowded and filled with several temptations for consumers.
6.Town Square in Las Vegas, Nevada Town Square Las Vegas's 100 acres of space to explore might even tempt the most devoted gamblers to leave the casinos for some dining and shopping.
5.Los Angeles, California's The Grove The Grove might just compete with Rodeo Drive as the most alluring spot to shop, see, and be seen in Los Angeles, if recent celebrity sightings are any indication.
4.Disney Springs in Florida's Orlando For better deals at factory outlets, venture beyond the mall.It comes as no surprise that one of the top retail centers.
3.Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusett The neighborhood, which is located in Boston's Back Bay, was first built in the middle of the 19th century after portions of Boston Harbor were filled in.
2.Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusett The neighborhood, which is located in Boston's Back Bay, was first built in the middle of the 19th century after portions of Boston Harbor were filled in.
1.Mission District in San Francisco, California The old San Francisco Mission District district exudes a youthful and dynamic air with its streets lined with fashionable boutiques and trendy eateries.