Ypsilanti gift guide

. November 21, 2012.

For the eco-friendly fashionista …

Solmate socks and hats are plush and snugly, made in the USA from recycled cotton, and have a plush fleece lining to keep ears extra warm. They’ll fit any A2 fashionista’s hippie-chic look perfectly.

Mix
130 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti
734-961-8704
Facebook.com/MixNewAndUsed

 

For the grown-up kid …

OneLove Culture Shop’s “Mrs. B’s Hoodilihoops” are made in-store by owner Brooke Wilbanks. This is the gift for the person who has everything — no one’s ever worn a frown around a hula hoop. 

OneLove Culture Shop
27 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti
734-544-3490
Facebook.com/OneLoveCultureShop

For the fan of vintage …

Digging for a treasure at Salt City Antiques, whether it be a piece of furniture, a cool home accessory, or a beautiful piece of vintage clothing or jewelry is one of the most unique gifts to put under the tree. When it’s vintage, it’s guaranteed to be one-of-a-kind.

Salt City Antiques
115 W. Michigan Ave.,Ypsilanti
734-487-1259
Facebook search: Salt City Antiques

 

For the friend with a sweet tooth … 

Have a quirky person on your list? The funny novelty gifts at The Rocket will satisfy them way more than any gift card — everything from chattering teeth to
crazy cat lady action figures. Throw in some colorful bulk candy and they’ll be the happiest person on your list.

The Rocket
122 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti
734-483-2291
www.shoptherocket.com

For the foodie …

There’s at least one in every family, but, in most, we’re sure that a gift certificate to Bona Sera Supper Club would make several members ecstatic. From the meat lover
to the vegan, vegetarian  and gluten-free, from rotating specials to seasonal favorites, they’re sure to satisfy all taste buds. 

Bona Sera Supper Club 
200 W. Michigan Ave. 
734-340-6335
www.eatypsi.com

 

For the sweet tooth that also digs beer …

Not many places have world-class chocolate covered chips and pretzels, delicious sandwiches and a beer garden, but you can’t find many people who don’t like all three. Enough said why a Cafe Ollie makes a perfectly unique gift.

Michigan General Store 
44 E. Cross St.
734-961-8039
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For the collector …

If you’re looking to give someone a novelty or decorative gift with character, look no further than Kim’s Resale Shop. Vintage jewelry, collectables, and all other sorts of antiques are available as well. 

Kim’s Resale Shop
25 E. Cross St. 
734-340-4241
www.kimsresaleshop.net

For the sausage, burger and beer enthusiast …

There’s nothing quite like a heavy meal and a beer to wash it down during the cold, dark days of the winter. And nothing will satisfy those craving better than a gift certificate to get some of the best sausage, burgers and beer in town. 

Wurst Bar 
705 Cross St. 
734-485-6720
www.wurstbarypsi.com

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