Valentine's gift guide

. January 24, 2013.
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Lewis Jewelers 

2000 W. Stadium Blvd. 
734-994-5111
www.lewisjewelers.com

 

Looking to impress someone in your life with an exquisite gift this Valentine’s Day? Stop in Lewis Jewelers for a wide selection of Pandora jewelry, diamond rings and earrings, luxury watches and designer fashion accessories. The family-owned business is staffed with a team of professionals who are ready to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.

 

 

 

 

Bead Gallery/Adorn Me

311 E. Liberty St.
734-663-6800
www.bga2.com

 

 If you need a new outfit for Valentine’s Day dinner, new and unique items from Adorn Me Fashion Boutique could be your perfect fit. You can even complement your new clothing with custom jewelry made from handmade beads and accessories you can’t find anywhere else.

 

 

 

 

16 Hands 

410 N. 4th Ave.
734-761-1110
www.16handsgallery.com

 

With a new location in the historic Kerrytown district, this store’s made-to-order art and custom jewelry makes for a perfect gift, full of unique Ann Arbor flair and flavor. Stop in and lose yourself among a world of creative enchantment—and be sure to check out unique items such as glass sea globes, hand-painted wall clocks and wall art painted by local artists.

 

 

 

 

Bona Sera Café 

200 W. Michigan Ave. 
734-340-6335
eatypsi.com

 

This spacious, but intimate, café in downtown Ypsilanti is perfect for a dinner date away from busy downtown Ann Arbor. What started as a supper club to benefit different charities has now turned into a permanent establishment serving up traditional “funky” food such as Vietnamese sandwiches, shrimp n’ grits and various flatbreads, soups and salads. The “twisted classic” menu is sure to excite anyone you bring with you. 

 

 

 

 

Rub Ann Arbor 

214 S. Main St.
734-213-7600
www.rubannarbor.com

 

With its “simplistic peaceful” environment in the midst of downtown Ann Arbor, this full-service center for wellness and relaxation is the perfect getaway for both couples and individuals. Massage, yoga, and guided meditation along with core conditioning and wellness therapies are the perfect antidote to a hectic workweek and will provide all guests with a solid foundation for a wellness-oriented lifestyle.

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