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“Come visit the John Dunn Shops in the heart of Taos’ historic district.

The John Dunn Shops are located in the heart of Taos’ historic district on a beautiful pedestrian walkway linking Taos Plaza and Bent Street.  Sit on a shaded bench by the fountain and sip a cappuccino or a smoothie while listening to local musicians. Dine at the friendly Bent St. Deli & Café or a food cart.  Visit with the merchants at their 20 unique and locally-owned shops. Discover not only fashions for men, women and children, shoes & boots, kitchenware, books, beads, and fossils & minerals, but also Taos-made eco-friendly gifts and artisan goods including pottery, jewelry, folk art, fabrics, housewares, and locally spun & dyed yarn.   A free parking lot is directly across Camino de la Placitas Rd.

Dining options are the Bent Street Cafe & Deli and Cici’s Bean & Espresso Bar.

John Dunn Shops are located between Taos Plaza and Bent Street. All-day free parking is available directly across Camino de la Placitas from the metered John Dunn lot.

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    Serving Taos for 23 years. Gourmet French toast, omelets, creative sandwiches, fresh salads, house-made soups and desserts, burrito and tamale plates, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Beer & wine.
    Solar chargers for phones, ipods, cameras, & all the tech toys of modern life. Imagine sleek, portable power sources for people on the go! Recycled Spanish glass practical house wares for 'greening' everyday life in novel ways.
    Distinctive and creative women’s clothing, accessories, jewelry, and great little gift items. Contemporary, resort, and southwestern styles.
    Using the highest quality fairtrade, organic ingredients in our extensive menu of espresso and chai drinks. We have all fruit smoothies, frappes, fresh baked goodies too. Free Wifi. Located in the heart of the John Dunn Shops.
    We have new books, great used books in all subjects, first editions -- including the best selection of signed firsts in the area -- and a great selection of remainders. We buy, sell and trade books.
    Thousands of mineral specimens from around the world including New Mexico. Available in natural and carved forms such as onyx plates, bowls, mortar and pestles, goblets, wine chillers, lamps, candleholders, spheres, hearts, and fetishes.
    In our small, friendly gallery you'll find original oil paintings, glasswork, sculpture, photography, wearable fiber art, handmade pottery as well as a collection of fine Native American jewelry.
    For 25 years, Julie Jennerjahn has been the original owner of Steppin’ Out in Taos. After 20 years of providing quality and comfortable footwear, Jennerjahn expanded her boutique to introduce clothing and accessories.
    John Dunn Shops
    The John Dunn Shops are located in the heart of Taos' historic district on the Taos pedestrian walkway linking Taos Plaza and Bent Street. 18 shops in one location with galleries, boutiques, and dining reflecting the best of Taos in one beautiful location.
    Men’s clothing store located in downtown Taos in the historic John Dunn House Shops. Established in 1987, we are dedicated to providing unique, contemporary men’s apparel and tailoring services to customers who deserve the finest.
    Incredibly beautiful textiles from around the world: Tribal, hand-woven, antique and new. Unique handmade buttons, yardage, gifts, trims... Feel the color! Love!
    Wild Earth Remedies is a vendor booth set up in front of the Bent Street Deli on Saturdays. I bring to you a locally wild crafted all natural herbal skin care line to nourish and heal the skin. Stop by for a visit!
    Big city kitchenware choices: Capresso, Le Creuset, Cuisinart, Bodum, Joyce Chen, Zyliss, Good Grips, Lodge, Emile Henry, Thermos/Nissan, Chantal, Olde Thompson, Vic Firth, Now, Microplane, William Bounds, and Republic of Tea.
    The Hot Dog Lady
    On the run, time a concern, around downtown, need a snack? Stop by and see The Hot Dog Lady. You can find her along the John Dunn walkway, off Bent Street or in the Plaza. Come on by for a remarkable Hot Dog. We all know everything is more fun with a Hot Dog!
    Las Comadres Gallery
    Truly a unique gallery, Las Comadres is a women's co-op where one can peruse handcrafted tin, pottery, folk art, beeswax candles, quilting & fiber art, water colors, oil paintings, mixed media, precious jewelry, clay art, and stained glass.
    A small, vibrant store located in the middle of the John Dunn Shops, specializing in folk art from Latin America and New Mexico. The eclectic inventory includes selections from Mexico, Peru and Guatemala as well as Colorado and Northern NM.
    High quailty natural fiber yarns in buffalo, alpaca, llama, cashmere and more!
    Twenty-five years experience in the repair and alteration of skiwear and ready-to-wear. Specializing in award-winning custom bridal and formal wear. Bridal accessories also available.
    Kokopelli Flutes of Taos
    Paul Jones also gives flute building workshops, flute lessons, and has hand carved flutes for sale, such as Apache, Sioux, Cheyenne, and Cherokee flutes. CDs are also available.
    Amina's Children's Boutique welcomes shoppers to drop in and browse their unique selection of children's items such as toys, shoes, backpacks, hats, dresses, suits, gifts, accessories and much more.
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