It's been a tough year for everyone, and small businesses are doing their best to adapt and survive. Watch the video below about how the Broadway District gives all who visit a warm, neighbourly welcome and safe, quality shopping experiences.
From handmade Saskatchewan crafts, pottery, local artists’ paintings, eco-friendly products and vintage vinyl, Broadway has it all. If you’d like to take home a handcrafted item from an Indigenous artisan, visit the Wanuskewin Gift Shop. The district also provides you with vegan, veg or meat-atarian eats, some of the best coffee in the city, and cold pints on rooftop or streetside patios.
The trendy Riversdale is foodie heaven but also the place to go for some out-of-the-ordinary shopping. This is the spot to outfit yourself with a #Saskatooning uniform. Buy an iconic Saskatoon tee from Hardpressed. Come away from Soul Paper with the perfect supplies to make your creative dreams come to life. And stop in at the Local Kitchen to find out what classes are on offer or what they might be carrying in their pantry to spice up your locally-sourced dinner plans. Look at you! You’re #Saskatooning!
Downtown Saskatoon is a hub for shopping, and a stroll down some of the core streets will reveal hidden gems filled with local must-haves. Joyne Marketplace will fulfill your every desire for that perfect Saskatoon gift or keepsake. As you take a leisurely stroll down 2nd Avenue South or 21st Street East, you'll be amazed by the variety and quality of the downtown shopping experience.
Mayfair’s 33rd Street is an area reinventing itself as having very eclectic and unique choices in Saskatoon’s local shopping scene. This is where you want to go if you’re a collector of anything rusty and dusty. Some of the best vintage finds hide away at Penn’s Antiques, and you'll find a plethora of local artisan wares at The Hobnobber. Locals flock to Better Off Duds to outfit themselves in used, but not grandparent-y clothing. (Unless you are into that – you do you!) And, yes, Glitch Gifts and Novelties is the place to find that Tupac air freshener you've been wanting.
Eighth Street is where you’ll find SaskMade Marketplace which stocks a variety of locally produced food products, ingredients, prairie souvenirs and other unique gifts you might just end up keeping for yourself. Don’t feel bad, we all do it.
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