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Diane's Swimwear
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Dwight's Surf City Gifts
El Don Liquor
Electric Chair
First Bank & Trust
Greek Board
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Helme Furnishings Co.Antiques

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Kite Connection
Kookies Gifts
-Girls & Women's Swimsuits
-Men's & Boys Clothes
Huntington Beach Wine
Mailbox Station
Main Street Hair Salon
Main Street Eyewear & Boutique
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Merrilee's Swimwear
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Huntington Beach Shopping

Thinking of doing some shopping in Huntington Beach' Here are some great places with photos of Shops and Stores plus Information


Huntington Surf and Sport, Main Street shops


Shopping for gifts in Huntington Beach is a breeze with hundreds of shops and stores offering unique presents, clothing and art.  This is the place where swimsuits are sold year-round in Diane's on Main Street near the beach or Kookies on Pacific Coast Highway. In Huntington Beach, clothing attire tends to be lightweight and casual; styles that begin on the cutting table become cutting edge, created from designers and trendsetters such as Quicksilver, a Huntington Beach company riding the wave of a $3 billion-a-year surf wear industry. With the largest number of surfers coming from California, it is no surprise that Quiksilver, Roxy, Billabong USA and O’Neill are based in Orange County, the heart of OC cool.

Downtown Main Street - on the Huntington Beach Pier: Ruby's Diner, Surf City Store, Dwight's Beach (on sand) Concessions, Duke's Huntington, Chimayo at the Beach, Let's Go Fishing, Kite Connection, Zacks Beach Concessions.

On Pacific Coast Highway near or at Main Street - TK Burger, Dairy Queen, Huntington Surf & Sport, Java Point Coffee, Diane's Swimwear, Gallaghers Pub & Grill, Pacific Coast Hotdogs,  Pierside Gallery, Subway, Sweetie, Curves,  Shoreline Nail Spa, Bank of America ATM Machine, Fred's Mexican Cafe,  Spark Woodfire Cooking, El Don Liquor, Papa John's Pizza, La Rocca Pizza and Jack's SurfBoards.

On Main Street and near proximity - Jamba Juice, Jack's Girls, Perq's Nite Club, Catwalk, The Closet, Sunshine, Beach Island, ME Helme Antiques, Wahoo's Fish Tacos, Diamond Lane, Merrilee's Swimwear, HSS,  Hurricane's Bar & Grill, BJ'S Pizza & Grill GNC, Surf City Market, Clothes Minded, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Main Street Eyewear & Boutique, Main Street Hair Salon, Color Me Mine / Wetzel's Pretzels, The Shoe Lab, The Beach Store, Coach's Mediterranean GrillIHOP, American Vintage Clothing,  Baskin Robbins, Sakal Surfboards, Huntington Beach Beer Co. (upstairs), Surf City Casuals, The Rock & Roll Emporium, Beachcombers, Killarney Pub & Grill, Sharkeez Sugar Shack, No Ka Oi, Longboard Restaurant & Pub, Tuna Town, Aloha Grill, Luigi's Starbucks, Black Pearl Brewery, Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum, Chuck Dent Surfboards. 24 Hour Fitness, US Post Office, Rockin' Fig Surf Headquarters, Avila's El Ranchito,  Makin Waves Salon, Huntington Beach Realty, Dank,  Spiral Sushi,   Mo's Smokehouse BBQ, Yoga Works, UPS Store,  Cold Stone Creamery, Electric Chair, Jax Bikes, Dry Cleaners, Mail Store, Jan's Health Bar, Bodhi Tree Vegetarian Cafe, Main Street Tanning Spa, Montgomery Jewelers Fine Jewelry, First Bank & Trust, Main Library, Main Street Market, Main Street Nails, Main Street Cleaners, Dirty Dog Wash, Lucy's Alterations, Barbershop, Petals on 6th, Shore House Cafe, Thai Wave Restaurant and Huntington Beach Art Center,

Huntington Beach is cool and so is its shopping. When Huntington Beach Mayor Cathy Green appeared on the Sharon Osbourne Show, she accepted the key for The OC TV series. Huntington Beach is located in the real OC (Orange County) and is considered the heart of cool as program staff knew when they picked it. Hollister stores got on the bandwagon, too, and began broadcasting live video feeds from Huntington Beach in their shops. 5 Points Plaza specializes in youthful attire, women's fashion and discount gift buying.

In downtown Huntington Beach along Main and 5th Streets you can purchase nearly anything you want.

If you seek something out of the ordinary, an item that simply isn't manufactured today, be sure to visit the historic building listed on the National Register. Built in 1904, M.E. Helme Furnishings Co. Antiques is located off Main Street on Walnut within view of Baskin Robbins Ice Cream store. From an Elvis Presley record, G.I. Blues to military uniforms sold, the store has one-of-a-kind collectibles you won't find elsewhere. Coins, jewelry, hats, gloves, dresses, children's play houses, furniture, glass ware, crystal, china, ceramics, books and thousands of treasures fill this huge shop that has served as a furnishings retailer for over 100 years since Matthew Helme began the business. Family members still own and operate the shop.

For a spin on California Greetings, try Kookies. It's been around for several decades selling not only beach items but also beach themed pillows, ladies boots and accessory gifts. You are in for a treat in this shop at the corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Warner Avenue. Also downtown on Pacific Coast Highway at 11th Street is a beautiful ocean view home for sale. It's a gift that only a small percent of buyers might consider, but the stunning ocean views from nearly every room spell luxury, Huntington Beach style.

If you want something totally HB, you can buy a surfboard and surf clothing from a number of shops. Jack’s Surfboards and Huntington Surf and Sport, the anchor stores for downtown offer surf apparel, wetsuits and accessories as well as surfboards, skateboards and snowboards. Their clothing lines include skirts, shirts, tank tops, jackets, jeans, shorts, sandals and much more.  Be sure to check out their ever-changing window displays that entertain with bold graphics and video clips occasionally.

Jewelry retains its value and makes the perfect gift for special events, holiday giving and every day enjoyment. There's only one place in Huntington Beach that we have researched and can recommend for quality 18K gold and designer gold necklaces, watches, rings and pendants. Be sure to visit Noal's Jewelry Designs, Inc. in Marina Village Shopping Center. The owners are honest, hard-working community-involved individuals who have been in business for 18 years. They enjoy selling quality products that make people feel good. They offer extended holiday season hours. Owners: Nouha and Albert Hreish. Noal Jewelry Designs, Inc. - 5492 Edinger Ave. Suite 108A   Call: (714) 840-5558.

Other shops to enjoy include: Anderson Gallery, Surf Shops and much more.

One of Huntington Beach's oldest commercial store fronts dating to the early 1900's, M.E. Helme, sells collector and antique items, plus porcelain, silverware and coins. There are also old-fashioned antique and collector-themed stores such as Sprindgale Drug and Gifts and Combest General Store, where you can find rare treasures, as well.

Combest General Store is located at Huntington Beach Mall which is under construction and renovation and will be replaced by a new Tuscan-style center called Bella Terra. The village-style center will include an entertainment court, an amphitheater and a 20-screen cinema multiplex as well as restaurants and retail. The mall currently enjoys anchor tenants Barnes & Noble, Mervyn's, Burlington Coat Factory and Kohl’s, plus Staples, Macaroni Grill and See's Candy. Bella Terra has REI and other great shopping opportunities. Already opened at the mall are Kohl's, Burlington Coat Factory, Barnes & Noble, See's Candy Store, California Pizza Kitchen, Macaroni Grill, Good Guys, Staples and more!

Huntington Beach malls include one consistently chosen by Orange County residents as a favorite place to shop, 5 Points Plaza. The Gap/Baby Gap, Old Navy, Tilly's, Chico's, Omaha Steaks, Trader Joe's, Mikasa, Farm Boy, Pier 1 Imports and many other shops will keep you occupied for several hours. There are restaurants such as Mario's to feed your body and get you re-energized for your next round of spending.

Huntington Beach offers a unique blend of boutiques and gift shops in close proximity to the giants such as South Coast Plaza. Within 15 minutes you can drive to the monster mall that calls itself a resort, or visit outdoor Fashion Island or indoor Westminster Mall. Some other favorites we enjoy are The Block at Orange

Upcoming in Huntington Beach is a new development called The Strand, planned for downtown in the first block near 5th and 6th Streets. It will include stores Abercrombie & Fitch, Victoria’s Secret and Express, as well as restaurants and a 149-room Residence Inn by Marriott. The Strand is expected to open in mid-2005.

The city's newest Business Improvement District elected its seven-member advisory board in September 2004. Over 30 merchant representatives attended, with 12 merchants nominated to the advisory board.  The Huntington Beach Downtown Business Improvement District went into effect on October 1, 2004, and is expected to set policy on issues concerning the shopping and dining experience in downtown Huntington Beach, especially along Main Street.

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