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Shopping in Marfa

Find the Unexpected at Marfa Shops and Boutiques

 

Shopping in Marfa, Texas, offers the traveler an eclectic mix of locally-made goods, more than the typical souvenir sought on a trip. Order custom leather shoes from the much-raved-about Cobra Boots. Take home a new Stetson at Communitie or locally-made bitters from Freda to impress at your next cocktail party. Grab bars of juniper berry soap at Marfa Brand Soap and porcelain jewelry, tiny works of art, at Veldt. Shop the stylish furniture and textiles at Garza Marfa and discover great reads at Marfa Book Company. (You should know, Prada Marfa is an art installation, not an actual store. But it's a favorite place to take photos, so go!)

Favorite places to shop in Marfa include art galleries and boutiques, all mostly within walking distance of one another.

Cactus Liquors

— 405 S Highland Avenue —

We carry crafted spirits, unique beers and wines, and a good share of the mainstream liquor store fare you’re used to. There’s more in store…

COBRA ROCK BOOTS

— 211 South Dean —

Wednesday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm Sunday 10am to 1pm  

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COMMUNITIE

— 122 N Highland Ave. —

Open every day, 11am-5pm

Desert Veil

— 111 S Dean Street —

Desert Veil is a brand inspired by desert living. The collection was designed as wearable shade by an artist after moving to Marfa and the greater…

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Esperanza Vintage & Art

— 121 N Highland —

Curated Vintage with a Focus on Natural Fibers and Handwork • Contemporary Art Family Owned & Operated Thursday – Sunday 11-6 If the door is closed,…

GARZA FURNITURE DESIGN

— 124 N Highland Avenue —

TEXAS MADE MODERN FURNITURE. Come by and see what we have.

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HOTEL PAISANO GIFT SHOP

— 207 North Highland Ave —

Gift shop & upscale women’s boutique located in the historic Hotel Paisano.

Marfa Art Supply

— 120 N Austin Street, in the alley behind Frama Coffee —

Marfa Art Supply stocks products to support a range of art practices. Brands include Beam Paints, Copic, Field Notes, Golden Acrylics, POSCA, Prismacolor, Williamsburg Oils,…

MARFA BRAND SOAP

— 213 S. Dean St —

Open Friday from 11 am-5 pm Saturday from 10am – 5pm and Sunday from 10am – 1pm

Marfa Wine Co.

— 115 W Texas Street —

Marfa Wine Co. is a bottle shop and tasting room located at 125 N. Highland St in Marfa, Texas. Our mission is to provide minimally intervened wines…

Mira Marfa

— 105 E Oak St. #4 —

Mira Marfa offers skincare treatments and facials from a licensed medical esthetician. The shop offers clean beauty products and a wellness boutique. Online ordering only…

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PORTER'S

— 717 West San Antonio Street —

Hours: Mondays to Saturdays:  7:00 am – 8:00 pm. Sundays:  8:00 am – 7:00 pm.

PRONGHORN

— 125 N Highland Avenue, Suite 102 —

Interiors – Art – Objects – Vintage Open Wednesday – Sunday from 9am – 5pm  

PURE JOY

— 303 E. El Paso St. —

PURE JOY is an exhibition space and shop in Marfa, TX. We host contemporary exhibitions and a selection of artist’s books, objects and editions for…

RABA MARFA

RABA MARFA

— 212E. San Antonio St. —

Little vintage Shop-Way Out West. Handpicked selection of specialty goods. Open 12pm – 6pm everyday. Masks required.

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RANCH CANDY/SPARE PARTS

— 215 N. Highland Ave. —

Candy store and handmade, specially curated items from Texas.

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Sister Gaiya

— 105 W. Texas Street —

Open Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm – 5pm. Art, objects, antiques, clothing, one of a kind, books, and jewelry with inspirations stemming from the Far East…

SKORA MARFA

— 109 W Texas Street —

Leather goods designed and made in Marfa, TX Made with Vegetable Tanned Leather Full-grain American hides Bags and wallets made with Piñatex®

STOP & READ BOOKS

— 317 W. San Antonio Street —

1 – 6 Tuesday/Wednesday 11-6 Thursday – Monday

The Get Go Marfa Texas

THE GET GO

— 208 South Dean Street —

Selling locally grown produce as well as other local products.