Follow along as we take you through this step-by-step guide to Grand Bazaar Shops Las Vegas. Shopping in Las Vegas has never been easier with our newest outdoor shopping center at Bally’s Las Vegas, featuring everything from world-renowned brands to local favorites to unique new discoveries.
A gorgeous, iconic starburst glows atop the new Swarovski boutique located at the front of the Grand Bazaar Shops. Every night at 9 p.m. and midnight, the 14-foot-diameter, custom-designed crystal-and-LED-light fixture puts on a three-minute light and sound show.
Walk along with us to get an idea of the stores lining the outdoor shopping mall. You might find the perfect gift to take home with you:
1. Upon entering Grand Bazaar Shops the first place you encounter is Sugar Factory–the candy sweet-land with duck-shaped goodies galore.
2. Located next door is LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics–the home of bubble bars, bath soaps sliced and sold by the pound, bath bombs and more. Everything here is made from organic ingredients, some even needing to be refrigerated to maintain freshness.
3. To the left of there, you’ll find Marash Turkish Ice Cream. The creamy, smooth Turkish ice cream, with its elastic and sticky texture makes for fun tricks and antics when it is served. The vendors here hold the ice cream out on a stick and pantomime delightful tricks to amuse the crowds. Also find here baklava, Turkish coffee, water and soft drinks.
4. JoJo’s Jerky makes their sumptuous product right here in Las Vegas. Find flavors such as sweet heat spicy Thai Chili, teriyaki beef jerky and prime rib jerky. Not in the mood for jerky? Instead try the nuts, rubs, hot sauces, and marinades also available.
5. TAGS Evolution brings forth trendy crystal jewelry and accessories as well as leather handbags and optical wear.
6. At the end of the first aisle is the aptly named joke shop I Got Married in Vegas…JK. Prank your friends and family by getting your photo taken while pretending you got married, knocked up–you name it. Maybe act like you won a ton of money gambling, or even that you got arrested; the humorous staff here is ready to take your picture, doing any crazy thing.
7. Choose from over 1,000 hot sauces and other spicy snacks including the world’s spiciest hot sauce at Light My Fire. Straight from L.A., “The Pepper Lady” opens her first Las Vegas location at Grand Bazaar Shops.
8. Wrap around to the second petite allee at Grand Bazaar Shops for LoLo, a cute little boutique with exotic home goods and accessories from around the world. Everything from luxury soaps to colorful lamps and handwoven rugs to textiles can add something fanciful to your home. Bonus: These finds come with two stories–the tale of the product and where you found it.
9. Disney Fine Art brings Minnie and Mickey to life. Winnie the Pooh and Cinderella giclees, Bambi in a winter wonderland and pop art versions of Donald Duck and the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland line the walls here. Don’t worry about getting these pieces home; they ship.
10. The world of Koa wood art comes at the hands of Martin & MacArthur, the Honolulu-based company that opened its first mainland location at Grand Bazaar Shops. Aside from watches and jewelry, find furniture and home accessories as well.
11. Experience the Spirit of Aloha at Honolulu Cookie Company. Enjoy their signature hand dipped chocolate or tropical flavored shortbread cookies. Have fun sampling the many flavors to find your favorite.
12. Treat yourself or someone special to a unique accessory from AG by Ana Gutierrez Wearable Art. This is the first and only store in the United States for the Costa Rican designer to the stars.
13. Swing over to the other side of this aisle for Hammitt, the Los Angeles-based handbag designer. Founder Stephenie Hammitt wanted a handbag for a big event and ended up creating her own company to satisfy her needs. Catchy pocketbooks are a specialty here. Note, this is the only stand-alone boutique Hammitt has.
14. Fuel up at Waffle Bar, the Belgian Liege waffle purveyor. Go for the original version or add Nutella, bananas, strawberries, or, what the heck, everything.
15. Swing around to the next allee for some leggings with pizazz at Crazy Legs. Snakeskin, leopard print, you name it. They can sass up your outfit.
16. Don’t forget a gift for Fido. CelebiPaws and The Dog House specializes in dog attire, toys and accessories for your canine friend.
17. Need a hat? Pro Image Sports has you covered. Licensed headgear and accessories from New Era, Mitchell & Ness and Adidas among others line the walls here.
18. At the front of that allee, find Lindbergh, the Danish store for men “interested in acquiring a wardrobe based on problem solving.” Look for contemporary masculine clothes celebrating aviator Charles Lindbergh’s heritage. Find black, white and blue labels — Black Label is the preppy and classic formal collection, White Label is fashion formal with shaped, tight and comfortable shirts, suits, jackets and knits and Blue Label features a more Americana look filled with vintage denim.
19. Go home with an artsy option for your nails at Tokyo Nail Art Bar. Pick out a design and then let the artists go to work. Ten to 15 minutes later you not only have color but art.
20. Stop by Fuel Bar for some cocktails with flair. The bartenders here can go Cocktail on you while they mix up a drink. It always seems tough to find a seat here.
21. Best bet for the nightclub crowd? A vending machine called Rollasole Emergency Footwear with its ballet flats on the go.
22. The award to the cutest store in Grand Bazaar Shops goes to Tokyo Lifestyle with its Japanese toys such as cats that double as handbags, cell phone accessories and other plush animals.
23. Be sure not to miss Del’s Lemonade & Lobster Rolls. This eatery featured on Food Network is sure to satisfy your appetite with its lobster rolls, pizza sliders, mac n’ cheese and famous lemonade.
24. You’re back at the front of the Grand Bazaar Shops now, sidled along Las Vegas Boulevard. Here you find the big guns — Alex and Ani, Swatch, Superdry and Swarovski. Swatch, the iconic watch company that leaped to the forefront in the 1980s, features Swiss timepieces that are affordable. Superdry mixes up American graphics and Japanese flair on clothing for him and her, all with a vintage finish. And Swarovski, the jewelry company, even has a window where shoppers can barter for goods within such as headphones, jewelry and accessories, all decked out in the famous Swarovski bling.