1708-1710 Fleet St.

Fells Point has long been known for antique shops. This one offers variety all under one roof. More then 15 dealers sell their wares, including glass, pottery, art, coins and jewelry. Owner Joe Frank is president of the Fells Point Antique Dealers Association, and his shop is filled with quality finds.

Don't Miss: The Baltimore Orioles and Colts memorabilia.

The Baltimore Exchange Co.
1716 Aliceanna St.

This funky gift shop features fun, original and functional wares for your home and you. The owners make it a point to support local artists and recently opened a gallery space on the second floor to showcase local talent. Check out the whimsical wooden hand mirrors by local artist Dave Neformes and decorated by his wife, Jane, and their 10-year-old daughter Andi. They are a hoot.

Don't Miss: Cigar box purses by local artist Leann Santos.

A Good Yarn
1738 Aliceanna St.

With an inventory of yarns from around the world, proprietor Lorraine Gaudet has quite a following. She offers a regular Saturday morning coffee and knitting group as well a lunch bunch, commuter and dinner crew sessions throughout the week and other skill-based specialty classes on the weekends.

The yarn selection in the shop is unusual and extensive. Stop in and be prepared to spend an afternoon knitting and chatting.

Don't Miss : The Saturday morning coffee klatch.

The Broadway Market
Broadway between Fleet and Aliceanna Streets

This public market has been in the same spot since its founding in 1780. Today it features ethnic and American food, as well as fresh vegetables, meats, seafood, coffee and cheese.

The Blue Moon Café & Espresso Bar