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Groceries to clothing and household wares

Whether you're checking off your grocery list or splurging on something special, there are shops in walking distance.

Explore Shops in Edmonton

A good ‘ole fashioned butcher preparing great cuts of meat since 1921.

An extensive showcase of Alberta Craft Council artists' creativity including contemporary designs to time-honoured techniques and disciplines. Find pieces crafted out of indigenous wood, wools produced on Alberta ranches, clay from local deposits and modern polymers.

Get lost in this quirky curio shop with vintage furniture, kitchen ware, clothing and endless odds n' sods.

A denim workshop and boutique carrying locally crafted jeans and apparel. Also on the racks, women's wear from a regular at the downtown farmers' markets, Cinder and Smoke.

Baby apparel shop with cute-as-a-button, well-designed clothing, footwear and accessories for newborns and toddlers.

A pottery workshop and studio with classes for all ages and skill levels.

Every week sun or snow, the City Market offers Edmontonians a welcome place to find farm-fresh produce, locally raised meats, fresh bread as well as handcrafted jewellery, art and clothing. During the winter season (October-May) the market is housed in City Hall while during the summer season (May-Thanksgiving) the market can be found on the quaint 104 Street between Jasper Ave to 103 Avenue.

A Jasper Avenue boutique filled with low-cost, high-quality preloved furniture and household items. All shop proceeds go towards homelessness programs run by Edmonton-based non-profit, Homeward Trust.

A gourmet pet bakery using all-natural ingredients for to make homemade pastries, ice creams and cakes especially for companion animals' palates. While in the bakery, visit the adoptable animals seeking forever homes through the Whitecourt Homeless Animal Rescue Foundation (WHARF).

A shop obsessed with design. The Manulife Place shelves are full of homewares and lifestyle items created by craftspeople near and far.

A thrift store full of preloved clothing, household items and toys, with profits supporting Albertans with disabilities.

The largest comic retailer in Western Canada with close to 5000 sq/ft of new comics, back issues, toys, posters and games.

Studying the physiology of chocolate, mastering techniques and developing recipes JACEK’s unique boutique style chocolate collection is continuously evolving. Run by and named after local artisan chocolatier, Jacqueline Jacek (née LaBerge) the purveyor of edible creations has been treating Edmontonians since 2009.

A quirky shoe shop, stocking Canadian-designed soles and fitting comfortably along Whyte Ave in a refreshed historic building.

A quaint family-owned picture framing shop where design is paramount. Order a custom frame, browse the letter-pressed stationary section and be sure to pet the shop dog.

Mountain Equipment Co-op

An outfitter stocking gear, clothing and equipment for all kinds of activities, rain or shine, sun or snow. Gear swaps, rentals and repair services are also available.

A little shop full of witty, thoughtful and creative greeting cards, stationery and gifts.

A long-standing women's clothing shop offering affordable, classic attire and accessories since 1988.

For all your printed matter needs, The Prints & The Paper offers stationery, artwork and framing services.

Wallace Shoemaking has been helping patrons keep their favourite footwear in use and on the street for more than a decade. The compact store is owned and operated by Michael Wallace who grew up in the trade, learning his craft from his father.

A comics and games store great for browsing the latest in comic books, seeking out pop culture swag or joining in on a role-playing game.

A clothing boutique and studio, opened by Edmonton designer Nicole Campre. The storefront is also where the locally designed garments are manufactured inside an in-house production studio.

A clothing boutique opened by Edmonton designer Nicole Campre, stocking locally designed and manufactured garments.

Coffee roastery, cafe and shop infused with natural light. Organic surfaces of stone, wood and leather welcome visitors to stay awhile.

A second-hand book store stocking all kinds of reads for all interests and ages.

An independent bookstore around since 1975 committed to supporting Canadian authors and hosting a variety of readings and literary events.

An independently-owned women's clothing and accessory boutique.

Having established a worldwide network of distributors over its 20 years in business, the local record shop stocks a comprehensive selection of CDs and vinyl across all genres. Customers can also find turntables, a selection of accessories, make special orders, sign-up for a mail-order service and trade in quality vintage vinyl.

Stocking natural, organic and gourmet produce, meats and products, the Canada-owned grocer is dedicated to increasing accessibility to organic food. Cooking classes are also offered at this Roots on Whyte Community Building location.

Indulge your sweet tooth or enjoy your lunch break at this casual spot, co-owned by a sister and brother duo, Kai and David Wong.

City Cellars

An expansive liquor store stocking rare and sought-after wines, craft-brew beers and hard-to-find spirits as well as old favourites.

A used furniture shop lovingly curated with distinctive decor and furnishings from eras passed.

Meticulously curated by owner Anna McDonough, the women’s clothing shop carries fashion creations from Paris to Japan. The shop provides Edmontonians with leading-edge labels and emerging designers.

A juice bar prepping fresh, quick options including smoothies, cleanses, juices and raw food plates.

A lifestyle store carrying local, handmade, high quality home goods, accessories, clothing and gifts.

Full up with vintage clothing, antique furnishings and retro collectibles, this lower level shop is a treasure box of bygone eras.

Kent of Inglewood supplies the tools and classes to embrace the old way of doing things—from a clean shave, to chopping wood and cleaning a fish.

A shop specializing in handcrafted Japanese knives and accessories plus classes to know how to use 'em.

A family-owned and operated shoe store that’s been finding the right fit for Edmontonians for more than three decades. The shop offers footwear for men, women and kids as well as shoe repairs.

Housemade pastries, tarts, éclairs and cakes ready to enjoy on the spot in the airy cafe or to be whisked away to impress your friends and family.

Specializing in cigars and tobacco from all around the world, for more than 20 years.

A flower shop offering artful arrangements, gifts and curiosities.

A music emporium stocking one of the best selections of ethnic, funk, soul, rare groove, library and other exotic sounds in Edmonton. Started in 2001, Listen Records offers new and used vinyl of oddities as well as indie rock/pop, metal, electronic, folk, dub, reggae, hip hop and punk.

Knowledgable staff assist customers in search of a new or used instruments and equipment, to buy or rent.

A simple yet beautifully designed shop filled with curated antiques, vintage finds and household goods.

More than 130 vendors bring their artistry, produce, breads and meats to market every Saturday. The year-round indoor bazaar is a weekly tradition for many to support local and buy fresh.

A thrift shop with pre-loved clothing, household goods and toys along with new and second-hand furniture. Run by the Edmonton Emergency Relief Services.

A bike shop devoted to Road, Cyclocross and Track disciplines for more than 15 years. They sell bikes, helmets and apparel, provide bike servicing and have a biking club, sponsored by Da Capo Caffe.

A locally-owned boutique hair salon.

A shoe shop brimming with locally designed, ethically manufactured footwear.

A full service bike shop with expertise in all kinds of bikes, from mountain to single speed. The shop hosts group rides and heads up a race team too.

A locally-owned consignment clothing shop with a curated collection of fashion pieces.

One of the very first Running Room shops started by Edmontonian John Stanton. Open since the mid-1980s, the store carries a wide range of running apparel and footwear. The Running Room fosters the running community by not only outfitting customers but by also hosting training workshops as well as a free Run Club twice weekly.

A tattoo shop staffed by skilled artists with diverse styles.

A bakery tucked along a back alley, making each visitor feel they've discovered a secret treasure trove of baked delights.

A grocery, deli, bakery and cafe serving up foods made from farm fresh ingredients. It's a favourite lunch spot and coffee meetings for downtown workers.

A specially curated collection of modern and classic design pieces, one-of-a kind found objects, stationary, jewelry and flowers. An artful shop, founded and operated by couple, Peter Turner and Wendy Lahti since 1982.

A gift shop with an eye especially for jewelry and handbags.

The family-run business stocks a wide range of tennis, squash, badminton and racquetball equipment and attire.

Finely crafted coffee and eats at the community hub, Ritchie Market. One of the two cafes run by and offering up coffee from the Edmonton-based micro coffee roaster - roasted onsite.

A collection of shop and studio spaces showcasing homegrown artists, designers and artisans. The flexible rental spaces has short to long-term tenants, enabling local entrepreneurs a chance to try out their ideas. Current tenants include Clo's General Leather Co., MINBID One Art Gallery & Shop and The Skinny.

A locally-owned print shop and boutique, filled with quirky treasures including stationary, books and lifestyle accessories.

A locally owned and operated used bookstore stocking a large variety of reads for nearly half a century on Whyte Avenue.

Offering horticultural products, services and advice year-round to experienced and novice gardeners for almost 20 years.

A well-fashioned barber shop specializing in traditional straight shaves, clean cuts, beard and mustache shaping.

A cozy treasure trove of vintage, one-of-a-kind garments, furniture, art and jewellery.

Using centuries old European bread making traditions and fresh local ingredients, the Boulangerie Bonjour Bakery consistently bakes up delicious sourdough, rye, whole wheat and french breads. Consider pairing the bread with one of the many exceptional cheeses on offer.

A delightful little tea and gift shop full of pretty sights, smells and tastes.

An Edmonton favourite! The family-run candy shop has been offering sweet treats and fine chocolates to Edmontonians for more than two decades.

A fully-stocked grocery store in a distinctive market-style layout.

A long-established, locally-owned grocery store providing residents with fresh, organic groceries and fair trade goods. Find an extensive selection of books and magazines on permaculture, canning and preserving, plant-based lifestyles and more.

Around since 1962, this humble bakery specializes in European cakes, tortes and pastries plus 11 traditional sour bread rye breads with no preservatives.

Ever imaginative and delicious sandwiches made fresh from locally-sourced ingredients, right before your very eyes. Enjoy hot and cold brews of coffee too. It's the second sandwich shop by the Farrow folks, this time in Ritchie.

A curated collection of pet supplies, toys and accessories with an eye on both style and quality.

A locally-owned bike shop carrying mountain, road, cyclocross and commuter bicycles plus gear with an on-site repair shop.

Importing German, Polish and Danish chocolates, cookies, candies and more for half a century. The deli and shop provides smoking and wild game processing too.

A corner coffee shop open for business types in the daytime and coffee dates on evenings and weekends.

A boutique hair salon and barber shop offering styling and cuts for men and women.

An authorized agent of Alberta Registry where customers can access registry services for land titles, vehicles and more.

The independent art supply shop helping artists, from beginners to professionals, to realize their artistic vision. Since 1985, the artist-run centre has been a great place to buy art supplies, browse the gallery or attend one of the many art classes.

An adult toy boutique promoting happy, healthy sex lives. The sex-positive shop encourages learning and openness about sexuality with literature, supplies, informative workshops and educational presentations.

Buy or rent quality outdoor gear and sporting goods for every season and terrain.

Kitting out outdoor enthusiasts since 1984, this family-run shop carries cross country and backcountry skiing, hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, camping, trail running, ice and rock climbing gear.

Carrying high quality, natural parenting products, the Two Mothers shop specializes in baby carriers, cloth diapers and baby gear.

A quaint spot hand-rolling and serving up small batches of soft pretzels each and every day.

124 Grand Market

An outdoor, seasonal public market featuring food and craft producers, buskers and food trucks. The 2016 season runs Thursday evenings 4-8pm from May 12 until October 13.

A community centre for bike enthusiasts with second-hand bikes for sale, bicycle rentals and workshops.

Acquired Taste Tea Company

A comfy corner of 124 Street filled with rows of fresh, quality teas paired with charming and practical tea accessories.

Floc Boutique

An women's apparel boutique for the love of clothing—whether its for the office, an evening out or a weekend getaway.

Salgado Fenwick

Shop handcrafted garments, locally-designed and silk-screened in small batches. Browse the collection while sipping on a coffee inside the Barking Buffalo Cafe.

Planet Organic Market

A Canada-wide grocer committed to selling exclusively 100% organic produce, fresh, ethically sourced meat and other environmentally responsible products.


A hair salon with professional Aveda Stylists.

Flowers By Merle

For close to 50 years, this independently-owned floral shop has stocked a wide selection of fresh cut flowers from growers in Hawaii, California, Florida, South America and British Columbia. The florist is experienced in creating bouquets as expressions of love as well as arrangements for corporate events and weddings.


A well-established Canadian retailer of contemporary and modern home furniture.

Bosom Buddies

A baby store offering a selection of organic and natural baby toys, cloth diapers and accessories.

Carbon Environmental Boutique

A lifestyle, home and fashion shop committed to carrying sustainable, ethical, non toxic and, whenever possible, locally made goods.

Shades of Grey Boutique

An independent women's clothing shop specializing in one-on-one style consultations.

Scott Gallery

A commercial gallery showcasing contemporary Canadian fine art by emerging, mid-career and established Canadian artists, for more than 30 years.

Bearclaw Gallery

A visual art gallery exhibiting Canadian First Nations art including traditional Native and Inuit arts and crafts, original paintings and sculpture.

Mousy Brown's

A boutique hair salon and barber shop offering styling and cuts for men and women.

Ascendant Books

The 5000 square foot bookshop specializing in metaphysical and spiritual books, incense and crystals.

Red Ribbon

A clothing and lifestyle shop curating a selection of quality garments and well-crafted accessories.

Plum Home + Design

A home decor store combining antiques, collectibles and new products sourced from across Europe and North America. They also offer a residential interior design service helping clients curate their space to reflect their own distinct style.

Johnson's Sewing Centre

Get guidance on purchasing a sewing machine, the projects possible and the materials needed, at Johnson's Sewing Centre.

Frog Kissers Den

A quirky clothing shop filled with flowy bohemian women's attire.

Dwell Modern Furnishings

Modern home furniture retailer specializing in top European lines and offering design consultations.

Flowers by Merle

For close to 50 years, this independently-owned floral shop has stocked a wide selection of fresh cut flowers from growers in Hawaii, California, Florida, South America and British Columbia. The florist is experienced in creating bouquets as expressions of love as well as arrangements for corporate events and weddings.

Who Cares Wear

A boutique filled with a curated collection of women's clothing and shoe fashions.

Western Cycle

A bicycle specialty store with a long history in Edmonton—they've been on the same corner since 1934. The two-storey shop has bikes of all styles for all ages, a parts section and tune-up service.

Paddy’s International Cheese Market Ltd.

A friendly welcome and expansive selection of cheeses from across the globe.

The Barking Buffalo Cafe

Making fresh coffee and clothes in a shared space, it's the Barking Buffalo Café. The unique concept pairs locally-designed and created clothing line, Salgado Fenwick, with a coffee shop.

Head Shoulders Knees & Toes

A children's shoe store with footwear for babies to big kids. The store also has a selection of outerwear, pajamas, clothing and toys for young ones.