The Outlet Shoppes on West Reno Avenue add some much needed high-end fashion retail to a district that primarily houses
thrift stores, automotive garages and used car and boat lots. Besides a branch of Dollar General, West 10th's few remaining stores don't try to compete with modern goods and offer consignment items instead.
Kennedy's Auction House operates as both shop and auction house for used and antique goods. Buy, sell or trade your used furniture, homewares and decorations here. The family-run business also recycles bigger items such as bicycles, motorcycles and boats.
North of the neighborhood, a second consignment store competes for residents' dollars. At Community Thrift Store, discover a surprising mix of designer and mainstream labels mixed in with family cast-offs. Inconsistent pricing forces customers to be patient and dig around, though this usually ends with a bargain. Community also carries books and media as well as a limited selection of electronics and furniture. Sale items leave the shop quickly, so bargain hunters should be prepared to buy on sight.
For general shopping needs, residents visit ALDI and the Walmart Supercenter, both located outside of the neighborhood. Several independent and ethnic grocery stores line Northwest 23rd Street. Tropical Hut stocks a collection of African, Asian and Caribbean products and cooking implements.
The nearest farmer's market lies 5 minutes east. Organized by Oklahoma State University at Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market runs Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Spices, condiments, flowers and hot foods join typical produce and meat products along with organic fruit and vegetables.