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Jelmoli is a department store in the city-center. Its spacious interior and modern design are noteworthy, and the ongoing modernization of the interior ensures that it is always a stylish shopping destination. Customers can shop for cosmetics, stationery, leather goods, jewelry, clothing, toys and anything else they might need. For the hungry shoppers, there is also a self-service restaurant on the third floor. The latest addition to the fifth floor is a state-of-the-art gym and a sporting goods department, which is one of the biggest in Zurich. Check website for further details.
Globus is one of the city's leading departmental stores. Its elegant green marble floor, the many glass display cases and the large rooms on the ground floor give it an upmarket, but relaxed atmosphere. The store has five floors and you can literally shop till you drop. Whatever you're after, be it perfume, cosmetics, stationery, household goods, toys, sports attire, women's clothing, jewelry, watches or leather goods, you will find it here at Globus. All floors can be reached via an escalator or an elevator. The “Gourmessa” department on the lower ground floor is worth visiting. The food here is first-rate and many goods on sale can't be found elsewhere in the city. Spacious parking facilities are also available, but at a rather pricey rate.
Fun: that's the word that comes to mind at Saus & Braus. Colorful t-shirts, shirts, cool prints, bags, wallets and a lot more stuff beckon you to spend more than you intended to. They even sell iPod covers and chic belts made out of bicycle tire tubes! The store stocks varied Swiss and global brands like Matrix, Una, Srt Point, Laundryclub and others. Home decor products feature too.
Migros is one of the two largest supermarket/home stores in Switzerland. They are found on almost every other busy street and rated according to size - From 1 M, to 3 MMM's. The smaller 1 M stores sell almost any of the basic kitchen supplies, many of which are from Migros own brand label. In the larger shopping outlets, the stores are segmented into themes. Besides a large selection of the typical groceries, house wares, and office supplies, they also have electronics, florists, take-away foods, and even home, bath, and do-it-yourself centers. But to the disdain of many a cocktail enthusiast, Migros do not sell alcohol! Some of the shops have longer opening times. If you're in a hurry and about to travel, there is always the Migros located in the train station.