Featured Shop of the Week! The Bibelot Shops!
Time for another Featured Shop of the Week! This week we chose The Bibelot Shops!
The Bibelot Shops have several locations in Minnesota, but they all have the same atmosphere that any person would want from a local shop of unique items. They carry every day indulgences such as clever gifts, clothing, home goods, and jewelry such as Susan Harbourt Designs! In the shop, you can see gifts that your ordinary shop would not carry! They like to show off the work of local artisans by offering collections of stationary that you might not find at your local Wal-Mart. If that does not get your attention, then the friendly workers and wonderful hospitality will! The options are endless.
The first Bibelot shop was founded 48 years ago, by Roxana Freese on Como Avenue in Saint Paul, MN. Since then, you can find her shops in three other locations as well! Roxana wanted her shops to represent the fresh and current styles that will offer a wide range of items all in one store. New items are added to the shop, daily! So you are bound to find the perfect top or gift on any day! So don't be a stranger and if you are in the Twin Cities area, be sure to stop on by, and check out these lovely shops!
For more information about The Bibelot Shops:
In Person: Here there are several locations that you can pop into with corresponding phone numbers!
-St Anthony Park, 2276 Como Ave, St Paul 55108; (651)646.5651
-Grand Avenue, 1082 Grand Ave, St Paul 55105; (651) 222.0321
-Linden Hills, 4315 Upton Ave South, Mpls 55410; (612) 925.3175
-Northeast, 23 University Avenue SE, Mpls 55414; (612) 379.9300
Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
PS...Don't be shy and let them know that Susan and Sam sent you!
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