Discover antiquing, one-of-a-kind items, flea markets and retail therapy for every budget in Warren, Niles and more.
Love all things local? Bargain and antique treasure hunters searching for handcrafted items will find a variety of shopping options in Trumbull County.
From charming small town stores and specialty shops to Amish businesses and convenient retail shopping centers, find what you're looking for during your excursions.
Women's and men's apparel and accessories boutique, featuring clothing for special events, casual outfits, and fashions that mean business. Selection includes unique coats, jackets, boots, purses and jewelry items. Layaway program, gift certificates, and online ordering are available. Shipping is free.
The only store of its kind in the eastern United States, this shop is dedicated to the art of decorating Faberge-style eggs. Purchase a decorated egg from the showcase collection, have one custom-designed or attend a class and design one yourself.
For nearly 20 years, one of the largest of its kind in Ohio. Featured items include comic books, games, toys, action figures, and a comprehensive catalog of sports cards and related memorabilia for football, hockey, baseball and basketball.
Wall art (for collecting and decorating) and framing services. Unique gift items, including handcrafted jewelry and purses, hand-blown glass bulbs for windows, environmentally-friendly bean pod candles, and Fenton beads. Many featured items were Made in America.
Located in a bee-friendly farm, this unique studio features a wide selection of garden art, re-purposed and vintage items, primitives, holiday decor, one-of-a-kind gifts and local, chemical-free honey. Throughout the summer and fall, look for FarmGirl items at local farmers markets and craft shows. In April, October and December, the studio offers scheduled open houses. Additional hours available by appointment. Bee education classes and honey extraction sessions are offered by advance request.
Local favorite perfected by Robert Abruzzi when he owned and operated the Abruzz's Cafe 422 in Warren. Today Mr. Abruzzi can be found at local grocery stores giving out samples of his "Abruzzi's Hot Peppers" in oil. These peppers are a great combination with thick slices of crusty Italian bread. For more information or locations where you can purchase jars of this local favorite, call Mr. Abruzzi directly.
One of the oldest general stores in Ohio, in continuous operation since 1840. Located in the heart of Amish Country and serves the local Amish community as well as visitors. Features grocery items, bulk foods, a gift shop with Amish collectibles and the Commons Cafe (on-site eatery).
For over 65 years offering a full line of bait and tackle, fishing licenses, and a variety of snacks and beverages. Boat and motor rentals available, launching fees paid daily or by season. Launching assistance also available.
One of the largest retail centers in the nation, this complex is home to over 200 department stores, specialty shops, restaurants, hotels and other businesses. Two movie theaters feature 20 screens. Eastwood Field is home to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers (Class-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians). Named by USA Today as Ohio's "Best Place to Shop on Black Friday."
For more than 10 years, this year-round farmers market features fresh fruits and vegetable grown by local and regional growers. Also available: food and specialty products including eggs, grass-fed meats, honey, and handcrafted items by local artisans. During the summer months the market features live musical entertainment.
Indoor and outdoor market, has been open every Tuesday and Saturday year-round for nearly 40 years, and includes an outdoor pavilion. A variety of vendors sell many items including household goods, collectibles, clothing and seasonal produce. Food available at the on-site snack bar.
Non-profit providing horticultural (planting, harvesting, and marketing) training for individuals with physical/developmental disabilities to enable them to be more self-sufficient. Fresh herbs and produce grown by EAF are sold at area farmers markets and other local events throughout the year -visit website for a complete list.