Shopping in Oakdale


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  • Twin Cities Local Food
    Twin Cities Local Food transforms grocery shopping into both an online and local experience. Members log on to the virtual marketplace to peruse a variety of goods from more than 20 local farmers and producers, such as organic tomatoes, cow's milk cheeses, and whole-grain breads. Each product is source identified, so shoppers know exactly where their food comes from, how it was grown or raised, and what its first words were. After finalizing their food order, customers then choose a pickup location from one of nine nearby towns, such as Plymouth or Minneapolis, in weekly intervals during growing season, and bi-weekly during the winter.
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    6355 10th St N
    Oakdale, MN US
  • Walt's Wine and Spirits
    France, Germany, Italy, Argentina, Chile, New Zealand, and the Philippines all plant flags at Walt's Wine and Spirits. They're not members of the distributor's model UN; rather, they're a sampling of the many countries from which Walt's sources its wine. Among its imported labels, the libation outlet spotlights numerous sulfite-free, organic, and fair-trade varietals and plenty of wines from small wineries. Wine shares Walt's shelf space with imported and locally brewed beers, not to mention a wealth of whiskeys, vodkas, gins, and tequilas.
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    1021 Helmo Ave.
    Oakdale, MN US
  • Jack Rubenstein Wholesale
    Established: Before 1950 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Reservations/Appointments: Required Most popular offering: All qualities of carpeting; huge selection Pro Tip: Featured on KARE 11 TV and in the _Star Tribune for excellent service and real cost savings._ Good for Kids: Yes
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    6866 33rd St.
    Oakdale, MN US
  • MidWest Mobile Video
    At MP3 Interface, MECP-certified technicians revamp vehicles of all makes and models with electronic installations and detailing services. Remote-start and security systems from Viper and Avital lodge into dashboards, and seat heaters warm up upholstery easier than trips to a drive-thru microwave. The staff muffles backseat drivers by equipping rides with Kenwood stereos, speakers, subwoofers, and OEM integration for MP3 players. Technicians also care for auto aesthetics, with detailing techs ejecting seats to vacuum hard-to-reach spots and scouring vehicle shells with hand washes, clay bars, and products from Armor All and Rain-X. A comfortable waiting area stocked with complimentary WiFi and DirecTV keeps drivers distracted as they await their vehicle’s makeover.:
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    235 Roselawn Ave
    Saint Paul, MN US
  • Ragstock
    Stocking shelves with new and recycled duds since 1971, Ragstock fortifies wardrobes with a storefront brimming with new and recycled men's and women's clothing and accessories. In addition to mainstream garments, stores sling eclectic outfit accouterments such as neon suspenders ($9.99) and thick-rimmed spectacles ($4.99+) that allow shoppers to evoke the air of literature professors without blithely quoting Joyce.
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    3001 White Bear Ave N
    Saint Paul, MN US
  • Merwin Liquors
    A Minneapolis fixture since the glaciers receded and left early Minnesotans with the desire for a strong, strong drink, the 8,000-square-foot Broadway Avenue Merwin houses more liquid libations than Dionysus's former home, the Alpha Sigma Sigma fraternity house. Globetrot through German, Belgian, Irish, and domestic craft beers; $10 six packs of New Grist gluten-free beer are also available. Merwin adds elegance to candlelit evenings with a wine selection more diverse than the types of mold that grow on an old set of dentures. Harder stuff such as $10 1-liter bottles of Black Velvet whiskey and Clan McGreggor scotch ($14 for 1 liter) warms any chilly evening. With Bombay Sapphire gin ($26.99 for 1 liter), Casa Noble's two-year anejo tequila ($55 for 750 ml), and Grey Goose vodka ($34.99 for 1 liter), Merwin has 10 times the selection of even the swankest bar and usually fewer fistfights, so it?s an excellent alternative to a night on the town, especially since your bed will always drive you home safely.
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    1559 Larpenteur Ave
    Falcon Heights, MN US

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