McFarlin's, in Rochester, NY. It was THE place for menswear until its closing somewhere around 1980. Like many a store of this calibre, it was multistory (in a beautiful and likely '20s Beaux-Arts building), which got torn down for a bank skysrcraper and then relocated to Midtown Plaza - reduced to one floor and not lasting too long thereafter. By the time I worked there the summer of 1968 it had two branches, I believe - with one in Syracuse's Shoppingtown which actually had a women's department.
Rochester also had The National - close to McFarlin's in prestige and quality. It too had had the multistory building of similar style. Both of these shops would have art, such as hunting scenes, nice couches, etc.
Syracuse had in the same era another store of this type - don't recall the name at the moment. It left downtown also to go to Shoppingtown, I recall, and probably didn't go on that much longer. Every sizable city had at least one.