There are lots of antique shops that you can stroll through and restaurants. You just walk up and down 6th street and go in the shops. You just never know what you might find.
If you are at the least familiar with Amarillo, you'll know that for many years, quite a number of these quaint shops and storefronts sat empty and rather forlorn looking. Once filled with vibrant businesses back in the 60's and 70's they later became vacant as the neighborhoods, and economics changed. It's nice to see this part of Amarillo making... More
We were that impressed by what we saw, and felt that we could survive without a tie-dye something or other, odd 60's artifacts and apparel, so kept on going. We did top-up with Fuel, though.
There are a lot of small business owners with small stores. You can find things that you feel you must have. You can get ice cream, have coffee, and even get your bike fix. What a good place to walk around for a couple of hours.
If you like to eat and browse antique shops, this is your place! When we travel, we love to try local eateries and shop antiques. I always come away with the thought that Amarillo, and Route 66 has some of the best of both! I'm always pointing to an old piece and telling my wife that we've seen that in... More
Just a lot of so called antique shops more like charity shops nothing special just lots of Halloween stuff and a few cafés , don't bother!
This is claims to be the tourist highlight of Amarillo. Lots of antique shops and a few restaurants/bars. Maybe more exciting on a Saturday afternoon but pretty deadly on a mid-September Friday afternoon. The promoters claim there are 100 antique shops but there appear to be a lot less and many former shops are closed or abandoned. So sad and... More
This part of town is slowly but surely getting cooler. There are a few cafes that serve good food, but mostly it's a strip of antique malls. There is the famous "Golden Light" Cantina and Bar that has hosted numerous big- time Texas musicians over the years, as well as the old Natatorium that has been transformed into a local... More
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