The selection of produce at the Eastern Market is impressive. Choose from fresh flowers, specialty foods, and locally sourced meat. 250 vendor booths are opened to the public every Saturday, and you'll find that most products sold here are from local businesses and farms. Freshness is guaranteed along with prices that are sure to keep you engaged in shopping till you explore all stalls. If you work up an appetite, there are several restaurants at the market.
To bibliophiles, this book shop is a must stop. The four floors of the warehouse are home to millions of titles, ranging from the popular to the obscure, covering all kinds of subjects. It's a treasure trove for book lovers, who can spend many happy hours wandering the aisles. The owner of the bookstore moved here in 1983 after outgrowing his first location. There are two smaller King locations, one at Wayne State University and one in Ferndale.
Devonshire Mall is one that appeals to the whole family. Apart from the usual stores and restaurants, all of which you can find here, this shopping center goes above and beyond to ensure no one is left out. There are often special events hosted at Devonshire Mall, like "Fun Fridays," which caters to youngsters. The food court provides more than just something to snack on: it also offers health awareness workshops aimed at educating families about nutrition. There's even a "Mother and Child Comfort Station" for when the little ones need a break. No matter your needs, Devonshire Mall has you covered.
Michigan's most up-scale shopping mall is so impressed with its offerings that it calls itself a "collection," not a mall. Indeed, many shoppers would consider some of these stores, works of art. Nordstrom, Ralph Lauren/Polo, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., Neiman-Marcus and Sunglass Hut are among the top destinations. Even during the busiest shopping days, Somerset has an unusual air of decorum. It's the equivalent of putting New York's Fifth Avenue indoors. Several dining options rise above the typical mall fare, but then, you'd expect that from a place that doesn't consider itself a mall.
Built in the 1990s, Laurel Park Place departs from the wide-open mall look and has the feel of a series of shopping courts. Shops tend toward the elegant and the upscale. Laurel Park Place also has the only Parisian store in Michigan. Dining options are a cut above the usual mall fare. Laurel Park Place has spawned the familiar satellite system of stores, eateries and office buildings, transforming a sleepy section of the western suburbs into a central destination along the burgeoning I-275 corridor.
Owned and operated by brother, sister duo Andy and Emily Linn, City Bird is an amalgamation of Detroit themed paper goods, accessories, housewares and more. Seventh generation Detroiter's, Emily and Andy have a deep rooted love for their city, which is showcased through their eclectic boutique. This studio and store prides itself on featuring the work of hundreds of local artists and designers. Find silkscreen printed t-shirts, Michigan shaped coasters, handcrafted greeting cards and more.
Visit Roloni’s Boutique in Southfield to enhance your style every season. Browse through the hottest collection of women’s clothing and keep your wardrobe shinning in style with the latest designs, colors and patterns. The store is operational since 1996 when the owner started an impressive jewelry line and later extended to women clothing. Parking is not a problem around the store there are ample spaces for your vehicle to rest.
Opened in 2001, Karen Brown took a bold step to set shop on a street full of meat vendors and butchers. Savvy Chic Trends turned out to be a success and is one of the hip places in the Eastern Market to shop. Bringing a bit of Parisian fervor to the neighborhood, this eclectic boutique has something for everyone who has a sense of style. Ladies will find their range of European clothing chic and in-season. Their selection of home goods, greeting cards, gifts, candles and apothecary is equally interesting. Check out their men's division for snazzy Italian fashion and grooming products. If you are looking for one-of-a-kind pieces, then this shop is worth a visit.
Located in the heart of Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan, this petite candy shop has been serving its loyal customers since 1980. Initially established by Maralyn, today this is truly a family operated business that is managed by her children and grandchildren. Their menu is partially seasonal, offering a wide variety of artisanal chocolates, candies, and fudges. If you're just spoilt for choices and do not know what to purchase, go for their Pecan Toffee, Dark Mix or the Triple Mix which are some of its bestsellers. Chocolate boxes are also available, featuring an assortment of decadent goodies, which you can gift to a loved one.
The Neighbor's Shoppe is a general store serves craft beers, eclectic variety of wines and hand crafted pizza. They also have an array of grocery items for sale. They serve freshly baked breads, sandwiches and other handheld items. The choicest items that include packaged foods as well as fresh produce are available at the store at reasonable rates.
The Village Wine Shop is nestled in the heart of the waterfront city of Grosse Pointe Park. This local wine shop has been in business for decades and boasts of one of the largest collection of local and imported fine wines, craft beers, and spirits in the city. The staff and owner Zach are very friendly and knowledgeable and are sure to help you find the perfect wine or spirit to suit your taste.