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From malls and major department stores to unique boutiques and souvenir shops, there’s something for every taste and budget.

McCain Mall

3929 McCain Blvd.

North Little Rock, AR 72116 501-758-6317

McCain Mall is central Arkansas’ largest enclosed shopping mall. Featuring more than 80 specialty stores and 10 eateries, the mall also has a 12-screen movie theater.

The Promenade at Chenal

17711 Chenal Parkway

Little Rock, AR 72223 501-821-5552

The open-air, pedestrian-friendly shopping center features more than 30 restaurants and merchants, as well as a nine-screen movie theater. The Promenade was designed in a French Gothic style to capture the nostalgia of a Main Street shopping district. This design also allows for convenient street parking. It’s been voted Little Rock’s No. 1 destination for shopping, dining and entertainment.

River Market District

Downtown Little Rock

The River Market district offers a variety of restaurants, boutiques, museums and a farmers market. The River Market’s Ottenheimer Market Hall houses a number of merchants that offer authentic Mexican, Japanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, with a large seating area, beer garden and free Wi-Fi. The unofficial cultural center of Little Rock, the district is a great place to grab a bite to eat, enjoy live music, shop and more, all against the backdrop of the Arkansas River.

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