Shopping Local in Ridgefield
We visited our favorite shops around town to learn what makes them so special. Watch the video!
Ridgefield is home to a plethora of fabulous shops, restaurants, and service businesses that are sure to have something for everyone on your list. Whether downtown Main Street, Copps Hill Plaza, or in the lovely Branchville district, you will find everything from luxury items and sophisticated home decor to handmade gifts and artisanal crafts. So think local, get in the holiday spirit, and enjoy the great variety of shopping options in Ridgefield.
Skip the lines and impersonal feel at the mall and come to Ridgefield to find a unique gifts at our very special local shops. Our charming boutiques offer classic yet chic and trending clothing for both men and women. If you are looking from something that really sparkles, stop in at Addessi Jewelers, a veritable gem on Main Street. And if you are shopping on a budget, our town has several fantastic boutiques, and even consignment shops where you will be able to find affordable designer and luxury items.
For a truly special gift item, check out Festive Home at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists. This marketplace has everything from handmade jewelry and apparel to original artwork and decorative items. Or, browse through the gift shop at Keeler Tavern to see gift items from local artists and crafters.
Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift to really “wow” someone on your list? Stop at Nancy O on Main Street to get inspired by their collections of fibers, yarns, clothing, and other interesting gift items. Then, head to the Guilded Lynx to explore their studio of handmade jewelry and other metal works. Also check out The Loft at Bissell Pharmacy for a mix of jewelry, candles, housewares, toys, and stationary. Don’t forget to also visit the Candlelight Shoppe, a true institution in town, for women’s clothing, lingerie, outerwear, and other high quality items.
If you need something for the athlete in your life, Ridgefield has you covered. The Ridgefield Bicycle Company has a bike and riding accessories for everyone in your family while the Ridgefield Running Company has the best brands in apparel and shoes that will help keep your family and friends active all year long.
For those on your list with a bit of a sweet tooth, consider getting them a treat from Deborah Ann’s Sweet Shoppe. This old-fashioned candy store is full of homemade chocolate, fudge, retro-candy, chocolate covered fruit and nuts, ice cream, and other fun gift items. For some tasty bake goods, head over to Elizabella’s Bake Shop for some holiday cookies and cupcakes, as well as all the fixings and gadgets for the baker on your list.
Ridgefield is an excellent destination for stocking stuffers for the kids in your life. The Toy Chest on Main Street is chock-full of toys, games, arts & crafts, books, and cards for children of all ages. Or, if you are looking to excite your child with a new book, browse through the wonderful selection at Books on the Common.
Everyone is sure to enjoy a night out in Ridgefield! For some terrific live music and renowned performances, surprise your special someone with a show at The Ridgefield Playhouse, tickets to an incredible show at ACT of CT, Thrown Stone, or The Ridgefield Theater Barn. And who doesn’t love a movie, especially at a theater with a fabulous mission. Get your gift cards for the latest blockbusters at The Prospector Theater.
Don’t forget to stop by one of Ridgefield’s fantastic hair salons and spas during your shopping spree. You can pick up a gift card for some primping and pampering that will surely be appreciated. Also, a gift card to one of Ridgefield’s world-class restaurants will be welcomed by all on your list.
For more gift ideas, and to see why we love to shop local in Ridgefield, check out our shopping video.
We’d love to hear your favorites! Don’t see your favorite shop listed? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to add your suggestions to our list.
Also, for a full listing of all the stores in Ridgefield, please visit the Ridgefield ECDC’s website.