Shopping near Downtown Baltimore

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Because there's nothing wrong with discerning taste. Enjoy a sophisticated afternoon at the Doubledutch Boutique, voted "Best of Baltimore" for five consecutive years and offering all the latest trends and indie designs, or kill a few hours at Milagro browsing rack upon rack of jewelry and fine accessories. Poppy and Stella is an ultra-fab destination for heels and purses; Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, a sharp suit. Studio C. Jewelry & Gifts specializes in hand-crafted jewelry with gold and heartbreaking gemstones.

Thrifty Shopping
Watching your budget? Don't worry, Baltimore is also a great place to catch a deal. Charlotte Elliott offers everything from fine art to vintage clothing in a cozy little shop in Hampden, and the Woman's Industrial Exchange is a non-profit gift shop with handmade goods and crafts at low prices but high values. Hampden Junque is full of odds and ends that will delight anyone looking for a sale. The ZONE lives up to its name sending customers into a trance of clothing racks and inexpensive footwear.

Specialty Shopping
Indulge your sweet tooth with one of the many confectioneries around Baltimore, like Charm City Cakes, a bakery specializing in one-of-a-kind creations, or A. Kirchmayr Chocolatier, a private chocolate shop of European delicacies like truffles and marzipan. Stop by for a weekly tasting at Bin 604 Wine Sellers or embrace the kid within with a trip to aMuse Toys. Bookstores, too, are a thriving business in Baltimore: Take your pick of The Book Escape, Atomic Books, The Kelmscott Bookshop, or a good old-fashioned Barnes and Noble.

Souvenir Shopping
Take a piece of Baltimore home with you! Pandora's Box, with its selection of unique and eclectic trinkets, is a much more lasting choice than a simple key chain or a t-shirt. Lucinda Gallery & Gifts offers everything from candles to homemade ceramics for the tourist who desires something traditional. Zelda Zen is master of cards and ornaments, while Paradiso is the place to be for fine art and jewelry. It isn't a holiday unless you have the souvenirs to show for it!

"Everything Under the Sun" Shopping
If you don't have the time or energy to browse individual stores, consider hitting one of Baltimore's many shopping centers to streamline the process. The Mondawmin Mall, for example, has three floors of all your favorite brands, and the Gallery at Harborplace offers everything from cafes to retail shops to live entertainment on the waterfront. Arundel Mills, just a few miles south of Baltimore, offers more than 225 retailers and its own movie theater; Towson Town Center, to the north, boasts even more.