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10 unique shopping opportunities in Elmwood Village

Sep 21, 2016

Buffalonians come from all over town to shop here, but if you’re one of the lucky residents of a beautiful apartment at Canterbury Woods Gates Circle, you’ll be within walking distance of this shopping mecca.

Here are 10 exceptional Elmwood Village shops you might just fall in love with!

Wild Things, 224 Lexington Ave.
This charming shop features the work of independent artists from Western New York. Wares include one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, custom jewelry and hair accessories for brides, ceramics, prints, fiber art and other fine crafts. Started by two fledgling jewelry designers who were Buffalo University students, the shop helps to promote the local arts scene.

Everything Elmwood, 740 Elmwood Ave.
This is the place to go when you’re looking for a unique gift for a hard-to-shop-for friend or relative. The shop carries an eclectic mix of items including jewelry, soaps, lotions, stationery, candles, clothing, dishes and glassware, and picture frames. They’ll even give your gift a special touch with whimsical and special wrapping.

Shoe Fly, 801 Elmwood Ave.
If you love shoes, this store will fit you perfectly. From boots to flip-flops, you’ll find unique and fun designs, and loads of them, to choose from. It’s earned a loyal customer base of shoe enthusiasts from all over the city.

Second Chic, 810 Elmwood Ave.
A used, vintage and consignment store, this place has gently used clothing, shoes, purses and jewelry for men and women in a range of sizes and colors that are well arranged for browsing. It also carries locally designed clothing and accessories, so you can find unique items to add to your wardrobe.

Spoiled Rotten, 831 Elmwood Ave.
Want a Buffalo Bills t-shirt, a Buffalo-themed gift or an interesting item for your home? You’ll find it here. It’s fun to browse the two floors stocked with clothing, lotions and potions, candles and more.

Thin Ice, 719 Elmwood Ave.
When a store has a motto like “If you’re going to walk on thin ice, you might as well dance,” you know you’re going to have a special shopping experience. Thin Ice features the work of local and regional artists offering unique, city-themed items, like a cute origami buffalo, t-shirts, jewelry, glass items, hand-turned wood bowls, scarves, leather items, wall art, kaleidoscopes, cards, wind chimes and much more.

The TreeHouse, 793 Elmwood Ave.
Where do you find gifts for the younger set in your family? If you’re looking for toys and games that encourage kids to be creative and imaginative, head over here. There are plenty of items to please the inner child in grown-ups, too.

Anna Grace, 799 Elmwood Ave.
This well-stocked boutique carries stylish but not-too-far-out women’s clothing, jewelry, accessories and other products such as candles and fragrances. Many items are made in the United States, and there are items by local designers.

Half & Half Boutique, 1088 Elmwood Ave.
Carrying unique clothing, accessories and gift items you won’t find at the mall, this store has been earning customer love since 1973.

Ro, 732 Elmwood Ave.
Looking for a special piece of furniture or artwork for your home? Ro offers a curated selection that includes furniture, Scandinavian dishware, original artwork and other specialty home goods from innovative design firms. They’re especially proud to carry furnishings made by local artisans from reclaimed materials that can be customized for your space.

For more information, call us at 716-929-5811 or click here.

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Share the love in Buffalo’s most romantic places

Share the love in Buffalo’s most romantic places

In February our thoughts turn to romance. But why not celebrate love all year round, when there are so many romantic places around Buffalo? We are, of course, close to Niagara Falls—the honeymoon capital of the world. Niagara Falls has been the ultimate destination for romantic getaways since the early 1800s. That romantic spirit flows all the way to our town, where you can stroll along the riverfront to watch the sunset or wander hand in hand with your sweetie through beautiful Delaware Park. Tour the Elmwood Village neighborhood, with its cute coffee houses, smart boutiques, museums and galleries, and meander down streets lined with charming Queen Anne homes. Catch a play at the gorgeous Shea’s Performing Arts Center or a Buffalo Philharmonic concert at acoustically awesome Kleinhans Music Hall.
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