Shopping in Merion Village


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  • Winans Fine Chocolates and Coffees
    Tracing its sweet-slinging origins back across four delicious generations, Winans Fine Chocolates and Coffees draws upon 19th-century German baking traditions to handcraft each batch of mouthwatering, preservative-free morsels. Dive fang-first into a 9-ounce bag of chewy karamel kisses ($6.95) before twisting your maw around sweet and salty chocolate-covered pretzels ($7.95 for a half-pound bag), coated in a choice of milk, dark, or white chocolate. Guests with a sweets-loving sweet can pick up a 16-ounce box of Winan's famous wurtles to celebrate Sweetest Day or Mr. Goodbar's impending knighthood, chomping choppers into gooey, buttery clusters of caramel and nuts sumptuously smothered in milk or dark chocolate. Gourmet coffee options include the highlander grogg ($12.95/lb.), a rich blend with notes of butterscotch and caramel, perfect for enjoying after dinner or pouring over a slice of pie.
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    897 S 3rd St
    Columbus, OH US
  • Helen Winnemore Craft
    One of the oldest stores of its kind in the country, Helen Winnemore Craft has been providing adornment seekers with artisanal gifts for all occasions since 1938. After being offered complimentary tea and coffee in a ceramic cup, customers will get to browse the cozy, charming house at their leisure—including more than 40 custom-built drawers stuffed with high-quality, carefully constructed jewelry. Tether earlobes with ceramic drop earrings ($35) made using the ancient technique of milleflori, mirror your multiple floral personalities with a reversible petal necklace ($36.50), or keep flocks of starlings from roosting in your child's neck with a cute owl charm necklace ($24.50). A selection of usable, wearable, and beautifully useless art line the store walls, ceilings, and floors, which retract to reveal an underworld of mythical, compostable trinkets. Avenge a neighbor's many newspaper thefts by loading up on handmade glass windchimes ($32.50), make mom shed a tear with a Leigh Standley card ($4.25), or gift a silk leaf mobile ($169.50) to the environmentalist newborn in your life. American artists are responsible nearly 95% of the goods in the shop.
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    150 E Kossuth St
    Columbus, OH US
  • The Book Loft
    Before you venture too far into The Book Loft, you should probably grab a map. This independent bookstore comprises 32 rooms spread across multiple pre-Civil War buildings—that’s the length of a city block, by the way. All 100,000 titles are new, but since this is a bargain bookseller, they’re often heavily discounted.
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    631 S 3rd St
    Columbus, OH US
  • Via Vecchia Winery
    Via Vecchia Winery provides a wide range of alternative red wines that are made using a sustainable, natural process. Developed from traditional Tuscan methods observed via traditional American spy satellites, the winemaking relies on California’s finest grape globules, sedimentation-based filtration, and zero added colorings, enzymes, or lab-created yeasts or sugars. The resulting wines—four well-balanced blends known as Trovato, Adamo, Jorro-Ma, and Trouvé—boast an earthy taste with nary a hint of unwanted chemicals or preservatives. Tasting hours are Fridays and Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., and reservations are required, so call ahead or send a message in a bottle.
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    485 S Front St
    Columbus, OH US
  • Shane's Gourmet Market
    For true American comfort food, head to Shane's Gourmet Market for a sandwich or side of fries. Low-fat foods are not on the menu at Shane's Gourmet Market, though, so plan to indulge a bit. For those big group gatherings, Shane's Gourmet Market provides plenty of space to have a good time. For the tastes of Shane's Gourmet Market from the comfort of your next party, the restaurant also offers catering services. Parking is available in the adjacent lot, as is valet. Chow down for less at Shane's Gourmet Market, where a meal almost always costs under $15. Shane's Gourmet Market has three square meals a day on the menu, so swing by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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    447 E Livingston Ave
    Columbus, OH US
  • Swan Cleaners
    Eleanor and Andre Gelpi opened the first Swan Cleaners in 1937. It was a neighborhood store then, and that hasn't changed?only today, instead of just one family owned and operated location, there are numerous Swan Cleaners sprinkled around the greater Columbus area. Most of those offer same day dry cleaning and next day shirt laundering, and many even feature a drive-thru to help busy professionals and marathon runners get on with their days. Inside each Swan Cleaners location, staff members utilize up-to-date dry-cleaning and pressing equipment to complete jobs thoroughly and efficiently. In fact, all of the company's staff members learn the craft and science behind fabric care through specialized training courses when they're hired. Beyond its own business practices, Swan Cleaners has also always been prudent about its impact on the community, which is why it still upholds its tradition of cleaning American flags for free as well as holding a title of certified environmental dry cleaner.
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    255 S High St
    Columbus, OH US
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