This store is located 15 minutes from Boston, but the range of jewelry makes the drive worthwhile. The shop offers a wedding collection, custom-made sets, and auction pieces. Choose among rings, bands, necklaces, and earrings made from gold and platinum, and studded with precious stones. The items are definitely worth a look, and will tempt you into buying something more often than not!
Made by a real-life grandma, these soups come with noodles or matzah balls. Order a soup package online or call and it'll be delivered to your doorstep. Alternatively, you could have some soup sent over to that sick relative or loved one with a card that's guaranteed to produce a smile. The package also includes a jumbo mug, a cookie and some Get Well pasta.
Whether your tastes run to heavy-duty sweatshirts for weekend wear or custom embroidery on shirts and hats for little league teams and local bowling champions, you will find it in this store. The inventory includes all manner of jackets, sweatpants, shorts, shirts, jerseys, hooded sweatshirts and more, and all items can be personalized.
A little bit of Americana and charming antiquary are mixed together to produce this great store in Newton Center, which is known for its selection of quirky clocks and handmade jewelry. You will find every kind of trinket imaginable here, including small hand-carved boxes, curio pieces, watches, clocks, scarves, earrings, necklaces and all manner of small treasures straight from estates and local artisans. Searching for just the right gift? You will find it here and so much more.
You will find everything you need to play in all seasons here: soccer and hockey equipment, lacrosse sticks, rugby shirts, tennis rackets, swimming gear, in-line skates, exercise gear and winter clothing for the slopes. This crowded, old-time sporting-goods store also carries athletic shoes and popular backyard games such as croquet, volleyball and even bocce.
Portly, stout, tall and broad-chested men rejoice with the advent of Big Men Stout Men's Shop near Downtown Crossing. Big Men's has stylish clothes, including many designer labels, in large sizes. Find the perfect-fitting suit for that next corporate takeover or slide into a pair of twill slacks and a tennis shirt for a relaxing weekend away from the office. The friendly staff will help you with the suitable size for new attire.
Drape yourself in a cloak of red velvet and go back into a different time at this great store in Lexington. With influences both gothic and bohemian, you will delight in the selection of silks, crimson swatches and deep blue velvet. Find everything from dresses, shirts, jackets and cloaks to bodices and quirky hat designs. You will love the sensual feel of these unusual garments against your body.
There are flashier, trendier, even bigger bookstores in the Boston area, but New England Mobile Book Fair is a gem. The place is simply enormous. Books are organized by publisher, which sometimes slows down the selection process, but it is necessary to this wholesaler. The store seems to have everything, from children's books to that abstruse classic that you have been meaning to read since college.
Boomerangs is an award-winning resale store. Even better, all of their proceeds support the great programs and services of the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts. Since 1996, they have been selling a vast array of finds and treasures, and specialize in new and vintage clothing for men, women, and children as well as gifts, housewares, electronics and furniture.
Tired of encountering the local equivalent of Comic Book Guy at every game store? Eureka Puzzles is safe for entry whether or not you know the difference between an orc and an ogre. This Coolidge Corner staple has something for each game-inclined patron. Some of their bestsellers include simple parlor puzzles like Nails in a Bucket, which challenges the puzzlee to separate bound nails without resorting to destruction. Customers rave about the vast selection of traditional puzzles. Check out their extensive web site, which features many products as well as fun links and info. - Anais Wheeler
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