Holiday Shopping In Baltimore: Where To Shop For The Locavore On Your List
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‘Tis the season for holiday gift guides and we don’t know about you, but we absolutely love perusing these guides for ideas and inspiration for every recipient on our list. The ability to order almost anything online these days has made gift giving easier than ever, but in the spirit of supporting our local communities, we’re turning some of our focus on local makers and vendors this year (see our DC holiday market guide and our Baltimore holiday market guide!). With a little help from our friends, the local Baltimore experts at 222 Saratoga apartments, we’ve rounded up some great gift ideas for the person on your list who considers themselves a “locavore”. Check out our picks for locally-crafted consumables and where you can find them.
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2910 On The Square
Located “on the square” in the Canton area of Baltimore, this one-of-a-kind boutique boasts an abundant selection of hand-crafted goods. Noted by many shoppers as the perfect place to pick up a last minute gift, the locavore on your list is sure to be pleased with any number of Baltimore-based offerings available at 2910 On The Square.
Belvedere Square Market
Belvedere Square is a destination worth checking out, whether you have holiday shopping to do or not. If you’re in need of some original and local gift ideas, head to the Market. Situated in the center of the Square, this gourmet market features a wide variety of delectable edibles.
Christmas Village In Baltimore
Open through Christmas Eve, this traditional German holiday market offers everything from photos with Santa to traditional German food and drink. Come enjoy an evening out and pick up some locally sourced goodies for your loved ones.
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