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« on: November 02, 2005 08:26:52 AM »

Hello all,
Since I probably never would have found out about Wholly Craft if I hadn't read about it here, I thought it might be fun if we all shared the rest of our favorite Columbus independent/local/unique shops, restaurants, etc. There could be a bunch of neat places that some of us don't know about!

Or, if anyone knows about such a guide that exists already, kindly direct me to it. If there isn't, would anyone like to help me put one together?

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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2005 08:34:54 AM »

Yeah, I realized that I forgot to put up MY list:

*Book Loft
*Chef-o-nette
*Fabulous yarn shop in Dublin (I forget the name!!! It is on Dublin's High Street [not Columbus High St] a few blocks south of 161.)
*Raisin Rack
*Tri-Village Trading Post (thrift store at First Community Church in Grandview)

More to come when I have more time! How about you?
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« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2005 04:12:13 PM »

Ursus in Upper Arlington (Fishinger and Riverside Dr) is great. www.ursusartspace.com
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« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2005 08:05:24 AM »

Aw, nobody else? Sad
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« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2005 03:09:34 PM »

Ok...
There's also the Short North. There's a place called "CowTown Art" that has local artist/crafter stuff. LOTS of other great shops in that area. I can't remember the name of it, but there's a teeny-tiny, lovely bath/toiletries type shop. Also, while you're shopping around in the Short North... stop for some tea at Zen Cha. It's incredible.

Where else??... There's also Grandview. There's a VERY expensive, but inspiring little boutique called Princepessa on Grandview Ave... just a few doors down from Stauff's Coffee shop.

Some one else mentioned the Book Loft. Man, I haven't been there in a LONG time... but it is one of the best places in Columbus. If you've never been, you MUST go! Then, hop over to Cup O Joe for a treat.

Oh yeah... how could I forget Bytantium?? The fabulous bead shop on High Street near the Short North.

That's all I can think of for now. If I think of any more.... I'll post 'em!

~Melissa

ps/ I'm going to check out Wholly Craft next week and see about selling some of my blueteabag plastic tile necklaces!
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« Reply #5 on: November 21, 2005 06:39:03 PM »

Wholly Craft is awesome!  Also like SoBo Style in Clintonville and love the recently remodeled WEXNER CENTER Bookshop!  Looking forward to the Surly Girl Saloon Opening in the Short North!
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« Reply #6 on: December 20, 2005 01:17:29 PM »

I've been knitting a lot recently, and I like near Easton mall.  Because of gas prices I can't get to Byzantium and places like that very often on my income, but there's a lot of crafty stores on the NE side I can get to fairly quickly.

Knitter's Mercantile in Graceland shopping center.  They're nice and there's a nice 40% off section where I can almost always find stuff to buy. Some of the non sale items are extremely reasonable too. 

Gahanna Bead Shop on E Johnstown RD (I can't remember exactly!) It's not quite Byzantium, and they sell by the piece, which is handly if you just need one stone or pendant.  They also have seed beads and seed bead mixes I haven't found at Byzantium before, like Japanese magatama mixes that I didn't htink I could find locally.

The Yarn Shop in Kenny Center, down the street from Borders Books - I'd heard that the employees here were cranky, but I haven't found this to be the case.  They're very nice, and it's a nice big store with lots to choose from, plus comfortable places to sit and get some knitting done.

All four of these places have a frequent buyer program set up, with varying amounts of discount.  I haven't gotten to take advantage of them because I haven't bought that much lately.

I think the yarn shop in Dublin is called Temptations.  I haven't been there yet, but I've seen pics of it on someone's blog and it looks fabulous (and close to where I work too).
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« Reply #7 on: January 10, 2006 04:56:37 PM »

ah that wexner center book store is crazy, I think I go in there and drool on their collection of art books and magazines a little to often...since i never really buy anything (rather expensive) I think they might get annoyed or something. haha.

if I had money I'd buy a large portion of that store.
sunflower foods is good and decently priced for health/vegan friendly food.

wow I've never been to or even heard of Bytantium but I'll definitely have to check it out sometime.
there's this cute little gift/jewlery/other stuff shop on high street near bernie's and the wexner center...I think it's called Ruby's? They have really neat stuff in there! And an awesome cat...

Is the book loft that used book store on high street that is sort of messy and cluttered with a little cat...or maybe dog...lounging around inside? I think I've been in there once, such an awesome place with tons of character!

Do any of you know of antique shops in the campus/clintonville/short north area? basically anywhere along high street? I'm not much of a shopper but I could gawk at interesting old stuff for hours.
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« Reply #8 on: January 10, 2006 07:45:17 PM »

Is the book loft that used book store on high street that is sort of messy and cluttered with a little cat...or maybe dog...lounging around inside? I think I've been in there once, such an awesome place with tons of character!
It's on 3rd St. (just east of High).  It's not actually a used book store (though it has somewhat of a reputation as one), there's no cat right now--and if you stop in, say hi!  Wink
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« Reply #9 on: January 15, 2006 05:58:51 PM »

Ahh... great thread!  I'll definitely have to check these places out!  Cheesy  I live in Reynoldsburg.

By the way... here's a link to the Book Loft!  Smiley http://www.bookloft.com/
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« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2006 08:02:08 PM »

There's a few antique shops all along High Street - Grandview Mercantile is fancy upscale and on High near 1st I think, Eclectiques is on High near Como in Clintonville (and there's several others in that general area, but Eclectiques is the biggest and has the sweetest mid-century modern-filled basement).  There's another just south of downtown on High too, can't remember the name tho.  And there's a big-ass one near Reynoldsburg, at the corner of Brice Rd. and Livingston Ave.  That's where I be.  There's a TON of sweet crafty and non-crafty stuff, and none of the kajillion-million old folks buy it.  God, they're everywhere.  Help me.   Cry
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« Reply #11 on: April 12, 2006 01:39:04 PM »

Wolfe Fiber Arts has totally unique yarns and is so beautiful that I just have to learn to knit or crochet someday.

Upholstering furniture is fun for me and Fabric Farms in Hilliard is the ultimate.  It's owned by a guy named Bernie and his wife (I can't remember her name) and they are the nicest people you would ever want to meet.  They host classes that are taught by a guy named Danny who builds custom furniture for his living and teaches mostly for fun.  You can learn a lot from him.

Junk shops are a habit with me and the worse the neighborhood, the better the finds.  A-1 Odds & Ends on Sullivant Avenue is one of my faves, you never know what they will have.  Sometimes it's a really unique chair, sometimes it's a piece of pottery, sometimes you need a used washing machine.  They go to estate sales and collect all kinds of stuff, you just never know.
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« Reply #12 on: April 13, 2006 05:03:59 AM »

Junk shops are a habit with me and the worse the neighborhood, the better the finds.  A-1 Odds & Ends on Sullivant Avenue is one of my faves, you never know what they will have.  Sometimes it's a really unique chair, sometimes it's a piece of pottery, sometimes you need a used washing machine.  They go to estate sales and collect all kinds of stuff, you just never know.

Oh!  I'll have to check that out.  Thanks for the info...woohoo!  Smiley
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« Reply #13 on: April 13, 2006 05:06:12 AM »

Junk shops are a habit with me and the worse the neighborhood, the better the finds.  A-1 Odds & Ends on Sullivant Avenue is one of my faves, you never know what they will have.  Sometimes it's a really unique chair, sometimes it's a piece of pottery, sometimes you need a used washing machine.  They go to estate sales and collect all kinds of stuff, you just never know.

Oh!  I'll have to check that out.  Thanks for the info...woohoo!  Smiley

K, so I had no idea where this was, so I looked it up Smiley  It's 30 mins from me...worth it or no?
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« Reply #14 on: June 01, 2006 04:00:43 PM »

I haven't been there in awhile but you will probably find that like most junk shops, it's hit or miss.  Some days you're hot, other days...

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« Reply #15 on: June 07, 2006 07:29:42 AM »

Illysook, which one is A-1 Odds & Ends?  I'm near a place on Sullivant that I thought was called "Pop's" or something like that - near the Sullivant Ave. police station?
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« Reply #16 on: June 11, 2006 10:00:46 PM »

I think that it's a block or so from that "Independant Holiness Fire Baptized Church of God of the Americas"  and does that take the cake when it comes to church names or what?
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« Reply #17 on: August 06, 2006 08:41:20 AM »

There's a few antique shops all along High Street - Grandview Mercantile is fancy upscale and on High near 1st I think, Eclectiques is on High near Como in Clintonville (and there's several others in that general area, but Eclectiques is the biggest and has the sweetest mid-century modern-filled basement).

ah i love eclectiques! the basement is my favorite ever i think! my friend and i wtopped in there one day while visiting my boyfriend at his shop (www.americanproverb.com). i think i bought 2 pairs of shoes and my friend. i wanted pretty much everything in there!  Grin

i also like The Emperors New Clothes in grandview. sometimes it reminds me of stuff from forever21(quality-wise), but cuter. they usually have cute shoes and accessories for a decent price.
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« Reply #18 on: May 29, 2007 11:40:46 AM »

There's an antique store that opened on E. Main in Reynoldsburg within the last year.  It's between Brice & Rosehill, near Dairy Queen.  The guy who owns it (a friend of my husband's dad) specializes in antique/vintage toys and bicycles/mopeds.  The store doesn't really keep the best hours though.

Two other independent stores on the East side to check out that aren't necessarily crafty but: Daily Bread Bakery (E. Main @ Haft in Reynoldsburg) and Holly Hills Meat Shoppe (in the next plaza over).  Holly Hills charges about the same amount as any of the regular grocery stores, and they make prepared foods and have a deli- and they even do custom orders (like getting in hard to find meats or preparing ethnic sausages).  Their deli meats have no creepy additives.

And seriously- it's not the only one in existence (I think there's something like 4 stores total) but they are an Ohio born & bred company: The Andersons General Store.  Hell yeah.  There is not a single hardware/pet store/grocer/wine shop/deli/garden center with better service anywhere.  The seasonal cheeses, build your own 6-packs, fresh local veggies, barbecue sauce aisle, strange little trinkets- I can't spend less than an hour there.  It's just not possible.
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« Reply #19 on: May 29, 2007 06:26:37 PM »

There's an antique store that opened on E. Main in Reynoldsburg within the last year.  It's between Brice & Rosehill, near Dairy Queen.  The guy who owns it (a friend of my husband's dad) specializes in antique/vintage toys and bicycles/mopeds.  The store doesn't really keep the best hours though.

Two other independent stores on the East side to check out that aren't necessarily crafty but: Daily Bread Bakery (E. Main @ Haft in Reynoldsburg) and Holly Hills Meat Shoppe (in the next plaza over).  Holly Hills charges about the same amount as any of the regular grocery stores, and they make prepared foods and have a deli- and they even do custom orders (like getting in hard to find meats or preparing ethnic sausages).  Their deli meats have no creepy additives.

And seriously- it's not the only one in existence (I think there's something like 4 stores total) but they are an Ohio born & bred company: The Andersons General Store.  Hell yeah.  There is not a single hardware/pet store/grocer/wine shop/deli/garden center with better service anywhere.  The seasonal cheeses, build your own 6-packs, fresh local veggies, barbecue sauce aisle, strange little trinkets- I can't spend less than an hour there.  It's just not possible.

I go past that little antique store almost every day, but I've never gone in.  I noticed that they do list some of their things on Craigslist Columbus though as well.

Daily Bread is good!  Have never been to Holly Hills, but we just said the other day that we have to go there soon.

Andersons... you are so right one.  It rocks!  I can't spend less than an hour in their either.  Our families insist on going there when they are in town.  It's like they crave it or something!
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« Reply #20 on: May 29, 2007 08:35:12 PM »

Is Yankee Trader still open on High St.? I haven't been there in years.  Was it called Yankee Trader? Now i'm confused. Huh
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« Reply #21 on: May 30, 2007 04:01:14 AM »

Hmm... I'm not sure.  I haven't been down there in a while.  I think I'm getting old - I avoid downtown now. Cheesy

Anyone else know?
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« Reply #22 on: May 30, 2007 07:22:03 AM »

I KNOW I'm getting old!  Roll Eyes I avoid downtown too! maybe i'll check it out before work today.
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« Reply #23 on: May 30, 2007 09:25:43 AM »

ugh I work downtown, I wish I could avoid it.  But I don't work near Yankee Trader. 

Great coffee shop downtown: Skambo at E. Gay St. & Pearl Alley. 

Also, the Pearl Alley farmers market rocks.  I especially like when they get the big steel drum players out there and it turns into a little party right in the middle of my lunch break.  There's a lot of crafty folks filtering into the market, especially jewelry makers.  They get tons of business from people who work in the state office tower that don't want to walk to the deserted city center to buy a gift at the overpriced hallmark store.  I know that farmers market (and a fabulous guy who makes gorgeous silver bracelets) has saved my butt a number of times.

The Andersons sells E.L.F. cosmetics, which alone makes it certifiably awesome.  You can check out ELF at www.eyeslipsface.com - everything is $1 and it's all very well made, the eyeshadows are far more pigmented than what you would expect for a dollar.  And for those of us with kids, they sell a ton of wooden & metal, good quality, old fashioned, non-branded or cartoon related toys.  It's nice to be able to just play without the advertisements.

I've read that there's a sheep farm that spins and sells its wool yarn somewhere in Canal Winchester- but never been to it.  I'd like to venture down to it some day, but I'm scared of what the prices would be like.  Anybody ever been?
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I've read that there's a sheep farm that spins and sells its wool yarn somewhere in Canal Winchester- but never been to it.  I'd like to venture down to it some day, but I'm scared of what the prices would be like.  Anybody ever been?
I've been there, but I know nothing about the prices.  I went to buy wool cards and drop spindles for work (on a purchase order--so, like I said, I'm no use when it comes to the prices).  I remember that the people were nice and very helpful, though, and they had all kinds of spinning stuff.
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« Reply #25 on: June 02, 2007 09:28:47 AM »

Yep, Yankee Trader is still open!  There's also a little store like it on Goodale Ave (I'm not exactly sure what cross-street it's on, but it's between northwest and grandview ave...) called Star Beacon.  It's got some crafty supplies and lots of party goodness like yankee trader.

There's this awesome new little consignment store in the Short North called TigerTree, run by two really awesome kids.  They sell wallets and clothes and random cute crafty things, and the set-up is really awesome too!

http://www.columbusalive.com/?sec=living&story=alive/2007/0503/l-crouching.html

It's on 17 E. Brickel St., right near Pistachio, the delectable yummified bakery!

Speaking of yummy goodies, have you been to Piece of Cake?  DEEELIcious cakes and pastries and sandwiches.  It's also in the Short North, on 772 N. High St.

And in Grandview, across the street of Giant Eagle on 5th, there's another awesome bakery called The French Loaf...utterly yummy pastries and cakes also!  ohhh yummy pastries...I love me some cheese danishes...
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« Reply #26 on: June 02, 2007 09:30:10 AM »

Piece of Cake is nummmmy!  We've met with them and are 95% sure we are going to choose them as our wedding cake baker.
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« Reply #27 on: June 02, 2007 09:37:51 AM »

yes!  We had our wedding cakes made there, they were really delicious...We just wanted simple normal cakes, but they still made them really pretty.  I had a yellow cake with strawberries and cream cheese icing, and my husby had a chocolate cake. 

Really really creamy and delicious, really the most perfect cake I've ever had!  But it could've been the magic of the evening...Grin

so, Sweets, when's the wedding date?
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« Reply #28 on: June 02, 2007 10:45:19 AM »

yes!  We had our wedding cakes made there, they were really delicious...We just wanted simple normal cakes, but they still made them really pretty.  I had a yellow cake with strawberries and cream cheese icing, and my husby had a chocolate cake. 

Really really creamy and delicious, really the most perfect cake I've ever had!  But it could've been the magic of the evening...Grin

so, Sweets, when's the wedding date?

I seriously think your post just sealed the deal for us. Cheesy  Do you have photos of yours somewhere?

August 26! Smiley
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« Reply #29 on: September 01, 2007 05:35:43 PM »

As far as restaurants go, there's Northstar Cafe in the Short North that is fan-bloody-tastic. They do vegan and vegetarian stuff, but there are also not afraid of chicken and meat. Get the Buddha Bowl, it's delicious!

Pistachio's is the place to go for lovely desserts and pastries. They were in the Short North also, but they are moving to German Village (they may already be there) on 3rd street, between Katzinger's and Book Loft.

The trifecta of bars that are Betty's (Short North), Surly Girl Saloon (Short North) and Tip Top Kitchen and Cocktails (Downtown) are THE hippest bars in town.

There's a cool place at the Easton Mall called Francesca's. I'm not sure if they're independent or not, but they have really cool clothes and soaps and journals and jewelry and all sorts of stuff.
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