Citrus-hued both inside and out, this tiny shop ("the fat cat" in English) is hard to miss. Pop in for a dose of affordable items that make great gifts: handwoven scarves in rainbow stripes ($6 to $12) and tons of elaborately painted wooden figurines from the state of Oaxaca ($10 and up).
The ancient Huichol tribe dwells in the Sierra Madre mountains and is known for its technique of covering objects with thousands of tiny beads. Find a great selection of their crafts here, along with barrels of fragrant Mayan Moka coffee.
Located next to its sister stores Serafina and Sirenas (see nos. 10 and 11), this Mexican handicrafts boutique always tops our list. It carries a plethora of items awash in color, like bright embroidered pillows (from $40) and intricately painted talavera ceramics (from $8).
This shop is a hotbed of expertly handcrafted items for the home, including punched-tin heart and cross ornaments (from $6) and hefty handpainted platters ($20 and up).
Located blocks from the airport, this 25,000-square-footer is a clearinghouse for items ranging from Victorian fainting couches to bright Blenko decanters. From Las Vegas' Other Vegas Finds neighborhood store listing.
Visit this trinket heaven to get the best souvenir in the city: a $1 pack of decommissioned casino playing cards, from locations obscure (The Barbary Coast) and legendary (The Golden Nugget). From Las Vegas' Other Vegas Finds neighborhood store listing.
Intrepid shoppers on their way to Hoover Dam should stop by this unsung source for its sanely priced curios. From Las Vegas' Other Vegas Finds neighborhood store listing.
When showgirl costumers need to stock up on feathers of all types and colors—from mallard plumes to peacock tails—they head here. From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.
Hit up this meandering antique source for its collectible casino paraphernalia: chips, dice, ashtrays, swizzle sticks. From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.
This upscale suburb has a wealth of hip retailers, most of which are gathered in breezy, palm-fringed complexes. From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.