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Ebar

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6 Providence Pl
Providence, RI 02903
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(401) 621-3111
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Whether you admit it or not, you love the shoe department at Norstroms. Sure, the Salon shoes are pricey but you can't help but walk through and gawk. Seriously, the shoe departme...

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I ordered a pair of boots online to be picked up in the store on my lunch hour because I needed them for a weekend event. They boots were not as pictured, I learned, when I tried ...

They are not customer friendly. 11/13/2010

I ordered a pair of boots online to be picked up in the store on my lunch hour because I needed them for a weekend event. They boots were not as pictured, I learned, when I tried them on at home. I returned them the day prior to the event and bought another pair of boots. When I got home, I saw that they were damaged. I called the store, and was bounced around from one person to another. The final person did nothing to help me, and actually blamed me for taking home the pair of scratched boots. Nordstrom only has great customer service until something is damaged or breaks. At that point, you are treated like a nuisance. Not worth the hassle and indignity. more

Every girl loves Nordstrom's Shoe department 10/28/2006

Whether you admit it or not, you love the shoe department at Norstroms. Sure, the Salon shoes are pricey but you can't help but walk through and gawk. Seriously, the shoe department at Nordstroms puts all others in the mall to shame. Watch for their sales too. The rest of the store is decent as well. I love how the sales associates really act like they want to be there helping you. A little butt kissing goes a long way. I have never received bad service at Nordstoms (even when shopping the sale racks). Pros: Great service, fantastic shoe department Cons: Not enough sales :) more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Founded as a Seattle shoe store in 1901, this popular chain is now known for manageably priced designer duds. Shoppers find a hint of sophistication in the store's white floors and pianists on baby grands. Unique departments include the Brass Plum juniors' section with Ruby Rox and Diesel, and Studio 121 for career-savvy women. A business-centric men's clothing department offers Ben Sherman suits, while relaxed styles from Marc Jacobs and Lacoste are in The Rail department.

  • 8/19/2008 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun 10am-7pm, Mon-Sat 8am-9:30pm
  • Payments:

    Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown Providence

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