6416 Penn Ave. S., Richfield, MN 55423
Store is nice and clean and well organized. Not a huge selection but what they have is generally great. This is a high-end store and the prices are a bit high.
What a great store, amazing prices on children's books, HUGE selection, they look new. I also got a darling designer shirt at 75% off. I will return
I just bought a great coat with a French label on sale for a great price...very friendly staff. Store is nice and clean.
snotty sales ladies....though not sure what there is to be snotty about when you're in a thrift store--non thrift store prices---more like a boutique. had very basic brands (talbots, chicos, etc) marked up really high. wont go back.
Great Designer clothes
A great store,super clean and bright. Great selection of both clothes and home goods. Always seem to have something fun on sale as well.
The store feels like a lovely retail store rather than a thrift shop. Very pleasant to shop there.
So fresh and new since redo! Doesn't look like a thrift store. Wonderful new items.
The quality of the clothing and hosewares is exceptional. I always find something to spice up my home.
Best Thrift Shop is the Twin Cities! Hate to share it!
Great selection of women's clothing. Interesting housewares too.
This is a great thrift shop. The ladies who work there, all volunteers, are delightful. Their programs are amazing! And the bargains abound!
The name has been changed to Assistance League Thrift Shop. The Shop is open Tu,We, Fr,Sa 10-4 and Th 10-7. The Shop is newly remodeled and expanded and sells quality merchandise at bargain prices. Clothing, accessories, housewares, furniture, books and more! All proceeds support Assistance League community programs.
Only visited this store once several years ago and the overall experience was less than pleasant. The ladies volunteering that particular day reminded me of the sales clerks in the snooty shop Julia Roberts tried to buy a dress in in "Pretty Woman." While I was there, a woman cam in and asked about donating items to the store. Without even asking what she wanted to donate, one of the ladies actually sniffed and said she should just take her things down the block to ARC Value Village. Also at that time, they weren't open on Mondays. I don't know if they are now, I haven't gone back and I live only a block away.