Comfort Inn North Conference Center
1213 E. Dublin Granville Rd.
Columbus, OH 43229
Phone: (614) 885-4084
Fax: (614) 885-9280
1213 E. Dublin Granville Rd., Columbus, OH, US, 43229
- Phone: (614) 885-4084
- Fax: (614) 885-9280
Bink Davies is a gift shop in Short North that offers gifts for everyone you could possibly imagine. The shelves in this boutique are packed with a variety of unique items, including jewelry, fun, printed socks and stuffed animals for the little ones. Other gifts include t-shirts, quirky cookbooks, greeting cards and more.
They buy, sell, and trade new and used guitars, amps, keyboards, pro audio equipment, and brass & woodwind instruments.
Over 50,000 books that cater to children can be found at this unique bookstore that is filled with stuffed animals plus offers books that will appeal to teenagers and young adults with many books that are typically found on high school reading lists.
Visit Godfry's for gorgeous handmade men's and women's clothing. From winter collections to formal outfits, this store has a small and selective assortment of limited brands. Popular names like Corneliani, True Religion, Haupt and Versace are featured in this luxurious space and the staff is famous for their friendly service and impeccable taste.
Boomerang Room Vintage offers beautiful vintage pieces to dress up your home with the style of years gone by. In addition to furniture, this shop also offers clothing and accessories for when the modern style in contemporary boutiques just doesn't seem to be what you're looking for.
A fun filled workshop and store that offers the unique opportunity to choose, stuff, stitch, fluff, dress, and name a teddy bear that will be as unique as its maker.
Wholly Craft is a haven in Clintonville for all arts and crafts supplies. This shop has everything you could possibly need to stock your own craft room in addition to goods handmade by local artisans. This adorable shop also carries a unique selection of greeting cards and gifts, perfect to wrap up for your next special occasion.
Easton Town Center takes retail to a whole new level. Some developers set their sites on a plot of land outside the city, but instead of putting up a regular old mall, they decided to build a small town. They did, complete with a town square, a town fountain, little streets zigzagging through small city blocks. But instead of local businesses and residential buildings lining those streets, it's mall shops, mall eateries, and mall entertainment. All the cosmetic touches are there, from cute little building facades to cute little old-timey police cars providing security. And there are three major hotels on the outskirts of "town" so that shoppers can truly immerse themselves in this little bubble. See website for complete business listing.
Delicious and decadent cupcakes, cookies, sticky buns, cakes, and other sweets are prepared here with healthy, natural ingredients.
Offers luxury brownies in the round, entirely hand-crafted, individually cased and dressed in silk bags with satin ribbons-your choice of color. Monogramming is available. Shop now, ship later with oven to door within 24 hours available. Freshness guaranteed. Deliveries are available Tuesdays through Saturdays; Holidays and the day after each holiday are excluded. View their Travel Blog for a special news release.
Ohio Thrift is a great place to find throwback apparel and affordable used goods. This thrift store is open and organized, making it easy for guests to comb through the racks to find exactly what they are searching for. In addition to clothing, there are also trinkets, toys and games from yesteryear, adding even more nostalgia to this thrift store.
Fans of Project Runway take note: When in Columbus, Black Market is a must-see stop, for it is the storefront of one Kelli Martin, the punky blonde kicked off the show in August of 2008. The shop carries a selection of vintage and designer clothing and accessories, all handpicked by Kelli herself (perhaps sometimes in collaboration with close confidants). Black Market is located on a gray little stretch of North High Street, a ways away from the tumult of districts south, but it is full of character nonetheless. From the ornate ceiling to the framed photos of beloved personalities (Joey Ramone, Johnny Cash) on the wall behind the register, it's pure Kelli all the way.