shopping in taos
From Vintage Cowboy boots, Stetson Hats, Navajo and Zuni Silver and hand thrown Pueblo Pottery to High Fashion, Cashmere & Chocolate and so much more, Taos has it all!
Inspiration comes from nature, from “rocks and root pieces found in arroyos, tide tumbled fragments of coral on a beach, plant parts and geologic elements.” She says she likes to imagine that these pots might have been “unearthed in an archeological dig somewhere.”
April is usually a slow time up here in Taos, but not this year! WEED Day is an unofficial celebration dedicated to cannabis that is marked in various locations around the world every year. People gather to smoke or consume marijuana together, often using the occasion to push for the legalization of the drug.
As if providing the best playspace and toy shop for miles around was not enough, since taking on their non-profit status, Twirl has become a true force in our midst! Empowering the children of our community with knowledge gained via creativity and play, their 4th Annual Invent Event will take place on Saturday April 28th from 12 – 4pm at Enos Garcia Elementary School
If Friday’s weren’t already the best day of the week—they’re now even better! WHAT: Every month, visitors and locals alike… Read more »
Locals too, know that they can find unique gifts here, with no need to look anywhere else, be it for a wedding, birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift.
One of Taos’ best kept secrets is about to be a secret no more! This chocolate, much like a fine wine, is to be savoured not inhaled.
Shop Local Taos 2017is a great way to show your support for our community during this holiday shopping season. View the participating stores.
We currently have over 200 spices, salts and blends. We have a large curry selection and numerous whole chili pods from both Southeast Asia and Latin America as well.
Giving it back or paying it forward, tithing is living according to the Golden Rule that says the Universe… Read more »
Aventura’s vests, jackets and coats are as much about function as they are about form; cocooning the body with the cozy warmth of a favorite blanket.
Michelle McIntosh was born in Santa Monica and brought up in Malibu, Taos, Maysville, Kentucky (where her mother Ellie is… Read more »
Twirl is housed in a sprawling 150 year old adobe building in the heart of the Historical District in Taos…. Read more »
Taos Blue celebrates 27 years on Bent Street this month!
Google him and you’ll have an “aha” moment. He’s appeared in many major motion pictures and films made for TV; Moore is the epitome of a working actor.