Eastern Market is known as the largest historic market in the country that celebrates “the freshest, most wholesome fruits, vegetables, specialty foods, art and music, all undeniably Detroit.” However, many do not realize the retail options that exist both in and around its 4.5 acres. Several stores and boutiques have opened up in the past few years, making Eastern Market your one-stop shopping destination
Retail Inside Eastern Market
1. 3 Dogs 1 Cat
3 Dogs 1 Cat is an urban pet shop for your four-legged friends, and the people that love them. The store offers trendy, stylish and quality merchandise such as Detroit Manufacturing collars and leashes.
2. Division Street Boutique (Detroit Hustles Harder)
Located on the up-and-coming Gratiot Avenue just across the bridge from Eastern Market, SMPLFD sells trendy street wear, t-shirts, sweats and more.
4. Pure Shea Store
Pure Shea Store is a must-visit for those in need of natural Shea Butter soaps and other bath products at affordable prices. Shea Butter is known as a natural healing product, one that is said to be great for cuts, bruises and burns.
5. People’s Records
Also located on Gratiot, People’s Records sells used and brand new vinyl records. Visit for your favorite soul, Motown, jazz, rock records and more.
6. Cyberoptix Tie Lab + Well Done Goods
If you’re looking for some unique men’s accessories, Cyberoptix sells hand-screened neck ties and bow ties, plus pocket squares. In the same store, Well Done Goods sells a unique collection of jewelry, gifts, quirky posters and more.
7. Orleans + Winder
Orleans + Winder offers a selection based on luxury and independent designers from Europe and the U.S.
8. Boro Resale
Located in a tall space with a spiral staircase, Boro sells high-end designer clothing for resale prices. Expect designer you can think of.
9. Devries & Co 1887
Open for 130 years, this three-level shopping gold mine has a market on the first level with gourmet cheeses, spices, chocolate and more. You can find housewares and gifts on the other levels – take the vintage elevator up there if you’re feeling adventurous.
10. Henry the Hatter
After Henry the Hatter was pushed out of downtown due to rising rent prices, the oldest hat shop in the city found a home down an alleyway in Eastern Market. Former presidents have bought hats from here.
Floyd is a new furniture design company, and Eastern Market is home to its first showroom. Stop in for modern bed frames, tables, desks and more.
12. Savvy Chic Trends
This boutique offers Parisian-inspired clothing, French linens, gourmet food, candles, gifts and more. Savvy Chic has been in Eastern Market for 16 years.
13. Eastern Market Antiques
Eastern Market Antiques has over 15,000 square feet of antique furniture, china and more. It’s a perfect stop for those who like to hunt for the perfect vintage addition to their home.
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