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  • 1. Art Fabrik

    Crafts

    At Art Fabrik, you'll find batik fabric created by hand by as many as 45 home workers. It's sold by the yard or fashioned into pareus, dresses...

    At Art Fabrik, you'll find batik fabric created by hand by as many as 45 home workers. It's sold by the yard or fashioned into pareus, dresses, shirts, shorts, hats, scarves, and bags. Part of the boutique is dedicated to demonstrating the batik process.

    Young St., St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-440–0568
  • 2. Market Square

    Crafts

    This bustling produce market is open mornings and the best place to stock up on fresh fruit to enjoy during your stay and to buy packets or...

    This bustling produce market is open mornings and the best place to stock up on fresh fruit to enjoy during your stay and to buy packets or baskets of island-grown spices to take home. Saturday morning is busiest. Vendors also sell crafts, leather goods, and decorative objects.

    Foot of Young St., , on the north side of town, St. George's, St. George, Grenada
  • 3. Arawak Islands

    Souvenirs

    This workshop's spice-scented soaps, body oils, perfumes, insect repellents, balms, beeswax candles, and incense are all made by hand from 100...

    This workshop's spice-scented soaps, body oils, perfumes, insect repellents, balms, beeswax candles, and incense are all made by hand from 100% natural products, most of which are grown in Grenada. Visitors are welcome to watch the small group of workers sorting, blending, cutting, shaping, bottling, and labeling the products—and even cutting, sewing, hand-painting, and ironing the little cotton bags used for packaging. Arawak Islands products, including gift baskets, are sold in most gift shops.

    Frequente Industrial Park, Unit 15C, Maurice Bishop Hwy., Point Salines, St. George, Grenada
    473-444–3577
  • 4. De La Grenade Industries

    Other Specialty Store

    Nutmeg and guava jams and jellies, nutmeg syrup, nutmeg liqueur (from a 200-year-old family recipe), and a dozen other kinds of delicious jellies...

    Nutmeg and guava jams and jellies, nutmeg syrup, nutmeg liqueur (from a 200-year-old family recipe), and a dozen other kinds of delicious jellies, marmalades, and condiments are all available from this respected local manufacturer. You can buy De La Grenade products at the processing plant, in food stores and gift shops throughout Grenada, and at duty-free shops in the airport departure lounge.

    Morne Delice Estate, St. David, Grenada
    473-440–3241
  • 5. Fidel Productions

    Souvenirs

    Fidel Productions is a small cottage industry of local artisans from Carriacou. At this little gift shop at Port Louis Marina, you'll find locally...

    Fidel Productions is a small cottage industry of local artisans from Carriacou. At this little gift shop at Port Louis Marina, you'll find locally made gifts and souvenirs—hand-printed T-shirts, hand-painted calabashes, Arawak Island soaps and lotions, handmade jewelry, caps, and more. On Carriacou, the shop is inside a bright green shipping container in the Paradise Beach parking lot; a small selection of items is also available at the Carriacou Museum in Hillsborough.

    Port Louis Marina, Kirani James Blvd., St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-435–8866
  • 6. Food Fair

    Food/Candy

    The local supermarket chain is a great spot to buy spices, hot sauce, candy, snacks, and other edible gifts. Prices of locally produced goods...

    The local supermarket chain is a great spot to buy spices, hot sauce, candy, snacks, and other edible gifts. Prices of locally produced goods are very reasonable, while familiar brands imported from the United States may cost twice as much as back home. There's a second branch at the Grand Anse Shopping Center.

    The Carenage, St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-440–2488
  • 7. Gittens

    Duty-Free

    The Gittens duty-free shops, spin-offs of a downtown pharmacy that opened in the 1940s, carry perfume and cosmetics. There's a second location...

    The Gittens duty-free shops, spin-offs of a downtown pharmacy that opened in the 1940s, carry perfume and cosmetics. There's a second location at the airport.

    Spiceland Mall, Grand Anse, St. George, Grenada
    473-439–0861
  • 8. Grenada Chocolate Company

    Other Specialty Store

    The small Grenada Chocolate Company, founded in 1999 by "free spirit" Mott Green, initially produced its now-famous chocolate bars in a small...

    The small Grenada Chocolate Company, founded in 1999 by "free spirit" Mott Green, initially produced its now-famous chocolate bars in a small house-turned-factory in the village of Hermitage. Employees use antique machinery powered by solar energy to roast cocoa beans supplied by a local cooperative of growers representing more than 150 acres of organic cocoa farms—the largest of which is Belmont Estate. They mix and temper small batches of rich, dark chocolate that are then molded and wrapped by hand into high-quality, organic chocolate bars (cocoa powder and cocoa butter are also available). The 82% chocolate bar was awarded the silver medal in 2008, 2011, and 2013 by the London Academy of Chocolate. Buy the candy bars at Belmont Estate or in supermarkets or gift shops for about $6 each. (Green, 47, died in Grenada in 2015; he was electrocuted while working on solar-powered machinery for cooling chocolate during overseas transport.)

    Hermitage, Belmont, St. Patrick, Grenada
    473-442–0050
  • 9. Marketing & National Importing Board

    Food/Candy

    At this local market, you'll find fresh fruits and vegetables, spices, hot sauces, and local syrups and jams at lower prices than in most gift shops. ...

    At this local market, you'll find fresh fruits and vegetables, spices, hot sauces, and local syrups and jams at lower prices than in most gift shops.

    Young St., St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-440–1791
  • 10. Real Value IGA Supermarket

    Food/Candy

    This large, modern supermarket carries a huge variety of familiar products, as well as local produce, meats and seafood, spices, sauces, snacks...

    This large, modern supermarket carries a huge variety of familiar products, as well as local produce, meats and seafood, spices, sauces, snacks, sweets, and a broad selection of wines and spirits.

    Spiceland Mall, Grand Anse, St. George, Grenada
    473-439–2121
  • 11. Susan Mains Gallery

    Art Galleries

    Owned by noted Grenadian artist Susan Mains, this full-service gallery (formerly called Art and Soul Gallery) features original works by local...

    Owned by noted Grenadian artist Susan Mains, this full-service gallery (formerly called Art and Soul Gallery) features original works by local, regional, and international artists—including Mains herself. You can commission a portrait of yourself, your child, or even your pet.

    Spiceland Mall, Grand Anse, St. George, Grenada
    473-439–3450
  • 12. Tikal

    Clothing

    Regional artwork, carvings, jewelry, home goods, batik items, and a few fashions are the specialties at Tikal, established in 1959 as one of...

    Regional artwork, carvings, jewelry, home goods, batik items, and a few fashions are the specialties at Tikal, established in 1959 as one of the first arts and crafts shops in Grenada.

    Young St., St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-440–2310
  • 13. Vendor's Craft & Spice Market at Grand Anse

    Crafts

    Managed by the Grenada Tourism Authority, this market has 82 booths for vendors who sell art, crafts, spices, music tapes, clothing, produce...

    Managed by the Grenada Tourism Authority, this market has 82 booths for vendors who sell art, crafts, spices, music tapes, clothing, produce, and refreshments. It's open daily from 7 to 7.

    Grand Anse Beach, , toward the north end, Grand Anse, St. George, Grenada
    473-444–3780
  • 14. Veronica's Vision

    Crafts

    Find colorful silk-screened lengths of fabric, along with handmade totes, bags, women's dresses, men's shirts and ties, T-shirts, scarves, belts...

    Find colorful silk-screened lengths of fabric, along with handmade totes, bags, women's dresses, men's shirts and ties, T-shirts, scarves, belts, and cushions at this shop. The fabrics and other products are all designed and created by artist/designer Jessie-Ann Jessamy and hand-printed in her on-site workshop. The colors and themes celebrate the isle of spice—particularly the ubiquitous nutmeg.

    Cor. Lime Gap and Main Rd., , opposite Excel Plaza, , St. George, Grenada
    473-437–8154
  • 15. Art Grenada

    Art Galleries

    Exhibitions change monthly at Art Grenada, which sells paintings, drawings, and watercolors exclusively by Grenadian artists, among them Canute...

    Exhibitions change monthly at Art Grenada, which sells paintings, drawings, and watercolors exclusively by Grenadian artists, among them Canute Caliste, Lyndon Bedeau, and Susan Mains. You can have your purchases shipped.

    Grand Anse Shopping Centre, Grand Anse Main Rd., Suite 7, Grand Anse, St. George, Grenada
    473-444–2317
  • 16. Figleaf

    Souvenirs

    Figleaf is a small gift shop where you can find an interesting selection of Caribbean arts and crafts, aromatherapy and herbal bath products...

    Figleaf is a small gift shop where you can find an interesting selection of Caribbean arts and crafts, aromatherapy and herbal bath products, and casual clothing.

    Esplanade Mall, Melville St., St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-440–9771
  • 17. Pssst Boutique

    Souvenirs

    Pssst Boutique will catch your eye; it's chock-full of unusual costume jewelry, colorful island clothing, and fascinating gift items for the home. ...

    Pssst Boutique will catch your eye; it's chock-full of unusual costume jewelry, colorful island clothing, and fascinating gift items for the home.

    Spiceland Mall, Grand Anse, St. George, Grenada
    473-439–0787
  • 18. Sea Change

    Books/Stationery

    This handy bookstore is on the waterfront, below the New Nutmeg restaurant. ...

    This handy bookstore is on the waterfront, below the New Nutmeg restaurant.

    The Carenage, St. George's, St. George, Grenada
    473-440–3402

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