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Founded by Robin Scala, the Fragrant Leaf is a purveyor of artisanal loose-leaf teas and tea accessories from Asia. Scala, who is an Albuquerque resident has lived in China and Taiwan and has traveled extensively to different parts of Asia to source artisan-crafted teas and tea ware. They offer more than 50 types of authentic loose-leaf teas and sell their products through their Albuquerque tea boutique and also online through their website. They also host a variety of events at their boutique such as tea tastings, classes and demonstrations of Asian tea ceremonies. Visitors can buy loose-leaf tea, teapots, teacups, tea accessories or gifts of their choice or simply sip on and try a variety of tea from Asia.
Located in the outer parameter of the Nob Hill Shopping Center, this shop offers an extensive selection of contemporary jewellery, semiprecious stones and sterling silver pieces sure to satisfy the most discriminating shopper of fine jewellery. Here, you will find items from around the world, as well as jewellery crafted by local artisans. Whatever your price range, there is something for everyone here. Stop in while you are in the Nob Hill neighbourhood and try on a necklace, bracelet, pendant or ring and enjoy the friendly atmosphere.
Fay Abrams founded her first crafts gallery in Old Town in 1974 as a showcase for local artists with a flair for taking ideas and materials far beyond the confines of standard application. They have shaped, forged, hammered and woven stone, glass, wood, fabric, clay, and other materials into objects that are as beautiful and sometimes provocative; as they are one-of-a-kind. Owners Liz Dineen and Jennifer Rohrig will answer your questions about each object with the kind of knowledge, pride and enthusiasm that is normally reserved for a parent discussing her child.
Located on Central Avenue just east of the University of New Mexico, Nob Hill Business Association was established on Route 66 in the 1950s. In the 1980s, members of the neighborhoods combined forces to refurbish and reclaim this once run-down area. It is now popular among shoppers with its upscale and trendy stores and restaurants. Here you can dine at Scalo, then admire and purchase some fine jewelry.
The historic Nob Hill area along Central Avenue (Route 66) in Albuquerque's university area is home to a recently revitalized community of local boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, and bars. Some local favorites include Papers!, a stationary and art supply store, Beeps, a novelty gift store, and the Flying Saucer, one of the city's best coffee shop cafes. Visitors to the area will also find plenty of antique shopping, bookstores, and specialty shops selling everything from yarn to groceries. Many of the local restaurants and bars host live music events, and each year in December, the district puts on a Shop & Stroll holiday entertainment event.
The Rail Yards Market is a community-driven effort that is aimed at bringing together the city's inhabitants. Organized within the historic Blacksmith Shop, it's a good place to spend some leisurely time with your entire family and sample the best of what Albuquerque has to offer in terms of art, food, music, and culture. The market is open on Sundays from May to October, and for one or two days in December. You can buy locally-grown, organic produce as well as fresh food items, some whipped up on the spot. You will also find local artists selling their handcrafted products here. Make sure to catch the live music demonstrations if you have time to spare. Health-conscious folks can pay a visit to the stalls of local healers and wellness product manufacturers. A round of the entire market can take well over two hours, so make sure you have good sports shoes and a cap on.