Shopping at the Domain Outdoor Mall in Austin

Discover The Domain for the best high-end shopping in the whole city.

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With 100 high-end and mainstream retail stores and dining options, The Domain is considered the place to shop and dine in Austin. If you want designer shopping, you will be in heaven at the North Austin destination.

Anchored by Dillard's, Macy's and Neiman Marcus, The Domain also is home to Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Coach, Michael Kors, Juicy Couture, Marciano and much more. There are also bath and body stores, such as L’Occitane and MAC Cosmetics. While the majority of the retailers are the Domain are pricey designer stores, there are some regular shopping mall staples such as Brookstone, Victoria’s Secret, Apple Store, and Banana Republic. The Domain has more than just clothing and beauty retailers. There are also several home furnishings stores here, including Loft, Shabby Chic and Z Gallerie.

You can also live and work in the unique community as it also has 800 apartment units and office space available, as well as three on-site hotels -- Westin Austin, Lone Star Court and Aloft Austin.

Dining at The Domain

Whether you get hungry while shopping or just want to eat at an upscale restaurant in North Austin, the Domain offers many fantastic restaurants to choose from.

For steaks, look no further than Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar. Blackfinn Ameripub is essential a fancy sports bar, with abundant TVs and above-average pub grub. Do you enjoy a light lunch of sushi after shopping? Then stop in Kona Grill, which also has wonderfully fresh salads. There is also NoRTH, a delicious and trendy Italian restaurant; and Jasper’s, a chic eatery with Southern backyard-style cooking. You can eat steak at Joe DiMaggio’s Italian Chophouse or seafood at McCormick and Schmick’s.

If you're on a budget, there is also a California Pizza Kitchen. There are several other eateries and even a wine bar, Cru. If you're determined to eat healthy, there's a Whole Foods Market in the Domain. You can get a bite to go or have a sit-down meal at the grocery store's own cafe. 

Getting There

Getting to The Domain is easy. Rather than being in an enclosed space, the Domain is an outdoor mall, allowing you a nice outdoor stroll as you walk from one store to another. If you are going while it’s rainy, be sure to bring an umbrella!

As for parking, The Domain's retailers are conveniently accessible because there are streets that wind through the shopping complex. You may be able to find parking along the streets or in parking lots in front of the stores, such as the one near Macy’s. If you cannot find parking in the streets or lots, there are several free parking garages nearby.

Getting Around

The designers of the Domain did an excellent job of making the walking experience as pleasant as possible. There are benches, pieces of outdoor art and beautiful landscaping strategically placed throughout the property. In the height of an Austin summer, even a short walk could leave you sweating, but there are plenty of places to cool off inside the stores too. If you’re traveling from one end of the development to the other, it may be simpler to just hop in the car and drive.

Music and Events

An outdoor stage near North Italia restaurant plays host to concerts, readings and other community events. Grab a bite to eat afterward at the family-friendly Italian restaurant.  

Movies at the Domain

The iPic Theater at the Domain provides a luxurious movie-watching experience, with plush chairs and food service at your seat. You can see the latest releases in maximum comfort. 

Dick's Sporting Goods

The Domain is home to one of the few Dick’s Sporting Goods stores in Austin. Dick’s made national news in February 2018 for making the decision to stop selling some models of high-capacity weapons. The store made the decision in the wake of the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida in February 2018. The chain also announced that it would no longer sell guns to anyone under the age of 21. The retailer was the first major gun seller to make such a move. 

Hours

Monday to Saturday: 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. and  Sunday: Noon - 6 p.m.

Contact Information

11410 Century Oaks Terrace, Austin, TX 78758

512-873-8099