Last week, I had a chance to meet some of the store managers and owners of several stores in Seaport Village through a blogger tour with some local bloggers. When I think of Seaport Village, I think of a place where tourists go, I was wrong, it is for locals, tourists and anyone who wants to enjoy the good things in life. There are some really good unique stores that this place has. I never realized that the stores were so tiny, I guess that is why it is called a village and I guess it really does take a village to make a place great. Here are a few places I visited:
Support Independent Books. I can’t stress this enough. The Upstart Crow got it’s name from Shakespeare. Here is the story of the name of one of the oldest bookstores in San Diego.
Urban Girl Accessories has all the cool things for your home and accessories to accessorize the hip stylish gal. Think shoes, shirts, bracelets. I totally wanted everything.
Edgewater Grill is literally on the edge of the water. Did I mention they infuse their own alcohol? Yeah, it is that cool.
The Village Hat shop has every kind of hat imaginable. Steampunk styles, Panama hats, Baseball Caps, hats for the sun, hats for the snow, even hats to watch horses run. If you like hats you’ll like it here.
The Tinsmith is a great little place to get any home decoration especially if you like metal work. They have a good selection of Mexican art and Dia de los Muertos items.
You can taste to your hearts desire at the Seaport Oil, Vinegar and Wine shop. So many combinations.
Visited the Tervis store. Tervis have the best water bottles ever. You can personalize them and they are made in the USA.
Seaport Coffee and Fudge Factory – The fudge is handmade what else is there to say? In fact, most of their items in their display cases are handmade. Yum