Quito's malls are shiny, slick and expensive. Wealthy Quitenos just love wandering around them in the evenings and on the weekends. Many recognizable brand names can be found here, such as Bally, Liz Claiborne, Nine West, Diesel store in the Quicentro mall. In each mall there are huge food courts where familiar fast food restaurants such as KFC and Taco Bell coexist with chains catering to more traditional tastes. Groceries and other supermarket goods can be picked up in the ubiquitous Supermaxi supermarket chain. There are stores to be found in the El Jardin, CCI, El Bosque and El Recreo malls.
The main malls in Quito are listed here:
Quicentro is possibly Quito┬┤s premier mall. It is located at Av. Naciones Unidas y 6 de Diciembre.
The El Jardin mall can be found at Amazonas y Rep├║blica.
Centro Comercial Inaquito (known as CCI) is at Amazonas y Naciones Unidas
El Bosque, Quito's first mall, built in the 1980s is situated in the north of the city at on the Occidental avenue and Carvajal.
There is a new mall Quicentro Sur, located in Quito's South. Most of the lowest class lives here, and it's the biggest mall in Quito.
In the south of the city, the El Recreo mall, popular with QuitoÔÇÖs lower-classes, is found on Avenida Maldonado. The trole stops right outside.
ShoppingTianguez Gift Shop, Supermaxi/megamaxi, Shopping In The Centro Hist├│rico, Computron / Mundo Mac, Shopping, The English Bookshop, Digital Photo Express, The Confederate Bookstore, Magda and Local Ferreterias.