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If you are an antique collector, this is probably your thing. me, not so much. but a pleasant... read more

Reviewed July 18, 2018
Austin, Texas
Not that great

The restaurants are mediocre. The shops come and go but rarely have any new inventory. If you went... read more

Reviewed May 15, 2017
Amarillo, Texas
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Jul 18, 2018
Aug 28, 2018
“Sixth street is a must to browse through in Amarillo, TX”
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6th Street between Western and Georgia streets, Amarillo, TX
+1 806-376-4442
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed September 21, 2013

You can find some good local homestyle food. Geleato cowboy, barnabys, braceros, and many more. You can find antique shops, and nick nac type shops, exotic animal shop and ofcourse this is the motorcycle #1 place in all of the Texas panhandle. Lots of bikes...More

6  Thank BigMikeamarillo
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Reviewed May 13, 2012

6th street itself is interesting in that "weird" sort of way that is so popular in main street renovation these days. Yes, there are some cool shops and some decent places to eat along the street itself (Barnaby's Beanery and Golden Light Cafe standout with...More

22  Thank Mark R
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Reviewed August 28, 2018

Sixth street is basically an antique strip. Lots of great antique stores and food establishments to eat at. Fun to just walk and browse.

Thank Loretta K
Reviewed July 18, 2018

If you are an antique collector, this is probably your thing. me, not so much. but a pleasant enough drive along Route 66...just not enough remaining of the mother road attractions.

Thank JRL4811
Reviewed July 25, 2017

These reviews are idiotic. Nobody would enjoy walking through the neighborhood but 6th street is great if you like antiques, good food or great music. I live in Amarillo and we rent space in two of the antique malls on 6th. We also frequent the...More

1  Thank Chad C
Reviewed May 15, 2017 via mobile

The restaurants are mediocre. The shops come and go but rarely have any new inventory. If you went 10 years ago, you saw it all. No development. Nothing that exciting. Old and tired.

1  Thank slaterster03
Reviewed November 18, 2016

nice place to stroll the afternoon away, with antiquing, good food, and at night, bands at some of the bars on the strip. i had a great time just people watching....seemed like people from all walks of life were there enjoying themselves.

Thank I2130DCrob
Reviewed September 25, 2016

Save your time and energy. They've freshened up store fronts & sidewalks, but it's still the same ole "boozer boulevard" it has always been. I keep going to this area over the years (1969-2015) just to see if it really has changed, but NO IT...More

Thank Rose T
Reviewed October 18, 2015

Old Jacinto Area has one shop I really like to visit. Amarillo Coin is owned and operated by a very unique family. Both the Father (Frank) and his son are some interesting people. Most Gold and Silver shops are out to take your money. This...More

2  Thank Kenneth S
Reviewed September 20, 2015

Park the car and put on your walking' shoes! This is Amarillo's antique shopping district. You can walk for several blocks and check out the antiques, old books and yeah..junk too! Friendly proprietors for the most part. Vintage clothing, furniture and stuff! When you get...More

3  Thank Tamarillo3
Reviewed July 7, 2015

I have visited this area over the years and was sad to see that the area has lost much of its charm. It has more bars and less antique and other quality shops and restaurants than in the past. The long standing and historic Golden...More

3  Thank David E
Reviewed April 10, 2015

Why would a neighborhood be considered an attraction? If it is, it would be a very sad one. I have lived in Amarillo my entire life and actually remind people to stay out of "San Ja-Ghetto". Don't go here unless you prefer crack deals on...More

5  Thank kathi806
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Kenneth S
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Response from Kenneth S | Reviewed this property |
I spoke with one attorney today about this, he is running for Potter County Attorney in March next year. I posed this question to him. His answer was this: Sure we need to do something with that area and if I am elected I... More