The best places to shop in Clearwater, Florida are all around town. Clearwater Beach is the location of Frenchy's Off the Hook Gift Shop, beside Frenchy's Original Cafe. They have tee shirts, tanks and polos with the Frenchy's logo designed by a local artist just for them. Naure's Food Patch has organic foods and specialty wines, beers, cheeses and olives plus bodycare products and unique housewares, just to name a few things on the list. Advantage Yours has fine tennis and running gear for after the consuming of the seaside food.
Treasure Island has quite a list of shopping opportunities. Areas of clusters of shops are John's Pass Village and Corey Avenue Shopping district. The Florida Shell Shop, Suncoast Surf Shop and Swim & Play are separate entities. John's Pass Village has everything from water sports to fine restaurants. It may be known for crafts and artisans, but there is also a dolphin watch. A boardwalk and marina provide entertaining views and events. Walk through shops and boutiques and sit down to some fresh seafood in one of many eateries.
The Corey Avenue Shopping District includes similar attractions of specialty shops, art galleries, gift shops, beachwear and crafts and hobbies. All of this is just part of Treasure Island. There are even more best places to shop in Clearwater Florida. Shopping in Clearwater also encompasses Downtown. Along with the Intuition Salon and Spa, the Blue Dahlia Marketplace offers many aforementioned items plus books, candles, unique furnishings, and botanical designs and jewelry. Blue Dahlia also offers design services and custom gift baskets.
Downtown Clearwater Summertime Marketplace takes place October through May, nine a.m. to two p.m. on Saturdays in the 500 and 600 blocks of Cleveland Street. It is accessible to strollers, bikes and handicap needs. Along with many gourmet foods, fresh produce and baked goods, concessions, flowers and live music will lure you into the scene. Free two-hour parking with a validated ticket helps.