Bloomington is world-famous for our shopping – we’re the home of Mall of America, after all! Many large brands have set up shop at the Mall, but Bloomington also has its share of local storefronts. Explore these Minnesota-made brands to pick up something unique and locally sourced during your visit to Bloomington.
Droolin' Moose: Bloomington is lucky to be the home of the original Droolin’ Moose shop. Droolin’ Moose smothers everything from espresso beans to potato chips in chocolate, with delicious results. The chocolaterie is located at 94th and Lyndale in Bloomington.
Indulge & Bloom: You can truly find everything at Mall of America – even fresh flowers! Stop by Indulge & Bloom to pick up a bouquet, then browse the store’s selection of home décor and gifts to find a uniquely Minnesotan souvenir.
Hagen & Oats: “Two sisters and some tools” is the motto of this woodworking shop, which sells hand-crafted home goods like backgammon boards and wall décor. Hagen and Oats is headquartered in Newport, MN and also has a shop at Mall of America on Level 3, North.
Games by James: Games by James’ Mall of America flagship store offers an incomparable selection of games – everything from classic fare like chess and Monopoly to specialized role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons and Starfinder.
Attic to Basement: Antique lovers will enjoy exploring the oddities of Attic to Basement, located next to Penn Lake in West Bloomington. The family-owned store is filled to the brim with trinkets and vintage items, so you never know what collectible you’ll go home with!
Evereve: The wildly successful women’s clothing boutique Evereve was started right here in Minnesota, and the corporate headquarters remain in nearby Edina. Visit their store at Mall of America on Level 1, West for stylish and fun attire and accessories.
Legacy Toys: Legacy Toys first opened in Ely, MN in 2012, and has since expanded and opened a large flagship store at MOA. From board games to action figures, Legacy Toys specializes in unique, one-of-a-kind toys for kids of all ages.
Ragstock: For vintage finds and the perfect theme party outfit, look no further than Ragstock. The “recycled” clothing shop opened its first location in downtown Minneapolis in 1954, and now has not one but two locations in Mall of America.
Duluth Trading Co.: Founded in Duluth, MN just a few hours north of Bloomington, Duluth Trading Co. sells workwear and home gear for both women and men. Check out their store at Valley West in Bloomington, and then explore their Mall of America location, which specializes in men’s underwear and socks.
Wixon Jewelers: This luxury jewelry store is located in the heart of Bloomington near the intersection of 98th and Lyndale. Specializing in Rolex watches and rare jewelry, Wixon is family-owned and prides itself on impeccable service.