SHOP in Chesterfield
When it comes to shopping, dining and lodging, Chesterfield serves it up with style and abundance. Even the most discriminating shoppers will find all that they desire in the multitude of national and local retail and specialty shops. Diners enjoy an impressive menu of eateries that offer everything from fast food and eclectic dining to a full gourmet experience. The city’s vast array of hotel and temporary-stay facilities offers the finest accommodations for business guests and visitors alike.
Visitors can shop, dine and play in more than 1.3 million square feet at Chesterfield Mall. Anchored by Macy’s, Dillard’s, and Sears, the Mall features more than 90 specialty retailers including: Ann Taylor Loft, Eddie Bauer, H&M, Jos. A. Bank, Sephora, and the American Girl Store – a popular tourist destination.
If shopping works up your appetite, the Chesterfield Mall has you covered. Refuel in the food court or enjoy a more leisurely dining experience at The Cheesecake Factory, California Pizza Kitchen, Twin Peaks, Chili's and Edge Wild Winery Restaurant.
Family fun abounds with the AMC 14-screen megaplex theatre that includes an IMAX 3D Theater showing all the latest movies. Or, take a ride on the double-decker carousel in center court. Little ones can even work off some energy at an indoor play area.
Chesterfield Mall is located at the Clarkson/Olive exist of Highway 40. Mall hours are extended during the holidays and mall walkers are welcome prior to opening. For a complete list of stores,visit www.chesterfield-mail.com.
Chesterfield Valley has become the region’s retail mecca. Chesterfield Commons, the two-mile mega shopping center of the Valley, features wide, landscaped thoroughfares, ample parking, big-name stores, fine dining, fast food and a 14-screen megaplex cinema. Knock out your everyday shopping at Walmart Supercenter, Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, The Home Depot, Lowe’s Home Improvement Center, Sam’s Club, Target, and Aldi. Then, venture over to World Market, Michael’s, Babies R Us, Bath & Body works, Pier I Imports, Golf Galaxy, Old Navy or any number of specialty retailers selling everything from sport-specific equipment and apparel to beauty supplies and footwear. At the east end of the Valley is Clocktower Plaza, featuring the Hair Saloon for Men, a wine shop and other specialty shops. On the west side sits Chesterfield Towne Centre, featuring restaurants and stores that include Home Furnishings, Racketman, Fischer’s Pro-Line Sports, and Madison’s Dancewear. Numerous restaurants are also located in this center including Weber’s Front Row, PM BBQ, El Maguey, Stefanina’s Pizzeria & Restaurant and Vito’s in the Valley.
Across the highway from the Commons, you will see a distinctive building topped with a copper dome. Amini’s 140,000-square-foot showroom features everything for your game room, home theatre and outdoor patio. In the same parking lots sits h.h. gregg, an area newcomer that adds to shoppers’ choices for appliances and electronics.
Not one, but two, outlet malls opened in the summer of 2013 in Chesterfield.
Taubman Prestige Outlets is a 310,000-square-foot outdoor mall that boasts nearly 50 stores, including destination designers such as Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic Factory Store, Lucky Brand Outlet and Coach Factory. And for those with more than a purse dog to carry along on their shopping trips, Taubman Prestige Outlets is dog friendly, complete with watering stations and doggy waste pick-up bags. For a complete list of stores, visit taubmanprestigeoutlets.com.
Just down the road lies St. Louis Premium Outlets. This racetrack designed outdoor mall offers 350,000 square feet of shopping with 90 stores. Popular destinations include: Vera Bradley, Kate Spade New York, Michael Kors, Nike Factory Store, Coach Factory, Under Armour, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, J Crew Factory, Hollister and Ugg Australia. For a complete list of stores, visit premiumoutlets.com.
Other Local Shopping
If you prefer shopping off the beaten path, Chesterfield is home to numerous neighborhood shopping centers providing everything from basic necessities to unique boutique shopping.
Step back in time at the Old House in Hog Hollow. Nestled among the tall trees along Olive Boulevard, this circa-1859 house was the first home to be listed on the Chesterfield Historic Register. Founded in 1978, Old House in Hog Hollow invites shoppers to linger over a hot cappuccino and browse the American-made furniture, jewelry, collectibles, Americana, folk art, primitives, pewter, pottery, lamps and chandeliers, battery and taper candles, hand-forged times, quilts and linens, gourmet foods and unique seasonal items.