Baltimore Shopping Guide

Baltimore Shopping Guide

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Baltimore knows how to shop, with bustling malls, friendly neighborhood boutiques and a concentrated area of antiques.

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    The main floor section has non-designer -- but great -- vintage clothing and shoes for men and women. Just ask for the plus-sized collection: the staff is so friendly! In back are the bargains: second-hand or close-out modern clothing, all under $15.
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    Whether it's Japanese tattoo art, graphic magazine authors, Grrrl power or whatever, you're likely to find what you're looking for . . . or don't be embarrassed to ask. Indie 'zines, some the size of a deck of playing cards, are often someone's heart and soul printed and stapled at their home. You'll also find a small selection of cool, fun gifts. Co-owner Benn Ray has got his finger on the local literary and political scene.
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    With exposed brick and vintage displays, you know you're not having a cookie-cutter shopping experience. Even nationally available books are specially curated to contribute to what they say is a combination of urban grit and Southern items. You'll find artisan candies, books on mixology, indie perfumes, throw pillows with Baltimore's longitude and latitude, hip baby items, vintage furniture pieces and mustache wax. 
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    It's also home to all things Old Bay. The quintessential Baltimore seasoning is used for steamed crabs -- of course -- but also deviled eggs, crab cakes, loody Marys, on corn and in battered/fried foods locally in our restaurants and homes. You'll also find crab serving platters, huge Old Bay tins (hide your secret things in them!), ties, scarves, t-shirts and cookbooks.
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    It's been family owned for 50 years now. They have all the top brands and vintage gear prized by rock stars, but they also carry instruments for all other styles of music. You can also find violins, auto harps, banjos, brass, woodwinds, accordions and all kinds of keyboards.
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    There's just something sexy, Marie-Antoinette, yet streamlined about what they create. Rich fabrics and unexpected colors contribute to the look. Now back in the Mt. Vernon neighborhood, they're stocking much more than furniture. Check out their table accessories, gifts and candles, even locally made evening bags for women! Often, it can be the little touches that make the difference.
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    A family-owned business since 1908, they make their own breads, dried pasta, sauces and frozen pasta dishes. Even their oddball flavors like pumpkin ravioli are insanely delicious. If you have to bring a house gift -- but are tight on funds -- they have bottles of Italian wine that start at $3.99! 
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    Samuel Parker offers upscale labels, colors and styles that look First Class, not cookie cutter. When going for the very best, it's good to have the personalized service and tailoring in a quiet atmosphere. After all, fine clothing is an investment in you!
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    Freshly baked breads come in many forms, including several mini roll varieties which practically beg you to make creative sandwiches with them. Their prepared foods are ridiculously delicious -- based on family recipes -- and have a decidedly Southern bent. Often, especially Saturdays, the store puts out samples. They carry locally crafted prepared foods that have made up many a treasured care package.
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