Shopping

Los Alamos MainStreet has a variety of retail shops. Below are a few highlighted options in the district. To see all Los Alamos MainStreet shopping alternatives click here to see the downtown map.


Row (1)CB Fox Department Store 1735 Central Avenue

Since 1959 what once was an old movie theater is now CB Fox. They have a great history. CB Fox Department Store is dedicated to providing quality and competitive pricing on clothing, famous atomic T-shirts, gifts, shoes, travel and furniture – all under one roof. Oh, and let’s not forget about their fabulous candy counter stocked with gourmet jelly beans and delicious chocolates.

Row (2)Fuller Lodge Art Center 2132 Central Avenue

Since the early days of Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project, artists have gathered together to discuss art and display their work. Fuller Lodge Art Center is a small independent art gallery that provides nine different thematic shows each year, providing opportunity for professional artists as well as emerging artists. The Art Center offers art classes taught by professional artists for adults, teens and children. The Art Center also hosts a Gallery Gift Shop, featuring the fine arts and crafts of 100 local artists.

 

Row (3)Fusion Multisport 106 Central Park Square

She’s a runner. He’s a cyclist. Together Rose and Brad Nyenhuis own Fusion Multisport. They offer a full line of products and apparel for both runners and cyclists. Fusion carries climbing accessories and an assortment of energy supplements. The knowledgeable staff can help you find the right it, whether it’s a new trail shoe or help getting your bike fixed up for that big summer biking trip.

Together they have a deep love of sports and, more importantly, the communities that are part of it. Their goal is to make Fusion Multisport the center of the running, skiing, and cycling communities in Los Alamos.

Row (4)Pet Pangaea 158 Central Park Square

Their world revolves around your pet! Pet Pangaea (pan-gee-ah) is doggone happy to be able to serve the pets in the northern New Mexico area. Their mission is to contribute to the well-being of pets; they want all pets in this community to be happy, healthy, and safe.

Pet Pangaea offers easy access to high quality products, including a number of nutritious foods and information on pet-related topics. They carry toys and accessories for your best friend too. Pet Pangaea can best accomplish their mission with a knowledgeable staff and superior customer service. They do not sell pets, but encourage adoption and responsible pet ownership.

 

Row (5)Smiths Marketplace 751 Trinity Drive

Smiths patio has best views in town and indeed are spectacular. Shoppers will find a wide assortment of natural, organic and specialty foods; a large assortment of fine wine and spirits including selections stored within a walk-in wine cellar; a vast selection of meat, produce, grocery and bakery items; apparel for the entire family; houseware needs and décor; drive-through pharmacy; health and pampering needs; school and office supplies; pet products; and an array of fresh floral choices.

Smith’s food fare will bring a unique dining experience to Los Alamos. A favorite Starbucks beverage, fresh sushi roll, or made-to-order fire-baked pizza, gourmet sandwich, noodle bowl or wrap may be enjoyed inside or outside on the expansive patio with access to the Canyon Rim trail. The wine bar will offer beer and wine by the glass along with menu offerings for restaurant-style table service. Everyone can find something to eat, and you don’t have to tip.