One of Eagle Pass’ strongest sectors is the retail industry driven in part by Mexican consumers who cross daily to shop and buy American products. For Eagle Pass residents, the City is a little “taste of Mexico” on Texan soil. Mexican-made treasures are just a stroll away through the clean and friendly 300 Block Art and Entertainment District and Main Street. A variety of treasures take center stage at unique shops such as Thrifty Nest, Trevino’s Music Store, The Prickly Pear, and Bees & Berries Escentuals.
Large retailers are also important to Eagle Pass’ retail economy. Mall de las Aguilas, conveniently located on Bibb Avenue near Maverick County Lake, has a variety of stores and other major retailers are located throughout the City. On Veterans Boulevard, in particular, there is room for retail expansion.