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Your Local Holiday Shopping in Cambridge

Your Local Holiday Shopping in Cambridge Details

Shopping local, and supporting small businesses this year is how we can do our part in helping the community. Lend a helping hand this holiday season by checking out a few of the local boutiques and small businesses near Twenty20. You might even be able to check off a gift you still have pending for the holiday!

For the craft beer lover: Head to Lamplighter brewery in Cambridge for a large selection of unique, locally crafted pale ales. If you don’t know which option would be best, try out the gift box with three different flavors for tasting along with engraved glasses.

For the storyteller: Down to earth, and a hint of wellness brings this bookstore to life. Seven Stars in Central Square Cambridge offers a wide variety of books with accompanying healing crystals. The teams extensive knowledge of crystals will keep you in the know and soon enough you’ll find yourself browsing for hours on end.

For the statement piece: Jewelry can make or break your outfit. Let Zinnia Jewelry in Cambridge help you turn a simple outfit into a statement with the addition of a vibrant piece of jewelry. Stop by the shop for a pair of everyday earrings, a sparkling bracelet, or a new favorite necklace.

For the shopper: A local consignment shop with all the brands you love, Covet will be perfect for the shopaholic in your life. Their social media platforms serve as an online store, or you can visit the store in South Boston or Beacon Hill. Find on-trend pieces and shop sustainably to help out the environment.

For the plant parent: Niche Plant Shop located in Somerville is perfect “to explore, learn and be inspired by tropical plants.” Give your plant people the experience of finding their next favorite greenery for their home while learning how to properly care for the plants to make sure they last.

For the Kids: Henry’s Bear Park does the shopping for you. Use their online store to sort by age and interest to get the exact toy that will keep the children occupied this winter.