House & Home shops are back open in the Glebe
With things slowly returning to normal in Ottawa this summer, you may want to get back on track with any renovations, new projects or spruce up the kitchen or backyard for a summer of fun.
With the Stay-at-Home order officially lifted, backyard barbecues are back on and our merchants in the Glebe are ready to gear you up with whatever you need for the house and home.
New grill? New sound system? New records? New Japanese knife? It’s all here in the Glebe.
Need to stock up on eco-friendly shampoos and soaps? All Eco Ottawa and their signature refill bar are back open in the Glebe. The eco product store carries an extensive line of Canadian-made products, everything from hand and dish soaps to Tupperware, tote bags, make up, skin products and more. Visit them today and get ready for summer.
Dad’s like flowers to! And with Father’s Day coming up, order pops a nice bouquet. It doesn’t have to be a special occasion to treat someone special to a gorgeous bouquet of flowers. Shop at Bloomfield’s and make someone’s day with a stunning arrangement. It’s been a tough year for everyone. Brighten your life up with some flowers.
Anything you need for the perfect family supper, birthday barbecue or small gathering will be found at JD Adam. The kitchen store carries the quirkiest, coolest kitchen gadgets, along with the cutest decorations you’ll find around. Visit them in-store and stock the kitchen with whatever it’s lacking.
Definitely the top shop to get men’s grooming supplies is Kent of Inglewood. Located in the back of Knifewear, the shop offers a suite of shaving supplies that go above the standard Bic razor. Treat yo self!
If you need a knife, there is only one place to go and it’s Knifewear. The Bank Street knife shop specializes in handmade Japanese blades that you can’t find anywhere else in the city. You’ll find the best selection of Japanese Knives, sharpening stones, and chef’s tools in the small but mighty shop. Visit them in-store today and sharpen up your kitchen game.
If you’re looking to freshen up your home this spring, a trip to Randall’s is a must. The giant paint store is now open for in-store shopping, delivery and curbside. Browse Randall’s exclusive C2 Paint colour collection, find the perfect colour for your job. Take control of your home renos with Randall’s.
Making lunches has never been easier with the help of Readi Set Go. From their innovative lunchboxes to backpacks galore, it’s your all-in-one on-the-go shop. They also have an array of go-mugs, water bottles and other accessories. Visit them online today!
Does your guitar need some love? Drop it off at Metro Music and owner Danielle will tune it up for you real nice, just in time for camp fire season. A huge selection of guitars, as well as lessons, accessories and hardware. Visit them today.
Whatever project you’ve got on the go, Capital Home Hardware can help. From tools to hardware to paint accessories and everything in between, staff will ensure you have what you need to finish that project that’s been dogging you all winter long. Open for in-store and online.
If anything broke on you during the pandemic, Reliable Parts is the place to go. The Bank Street appliance shop is online for all your home appliance and consumer electronic parts needs. Customers are encouraged to call ahead of time so the shop can use the lobby for pick up orders.
With movie theatres still closed, that home theatre project is looking better and better every day. There’s only one place to shop in the Glebe for top quality audio and video products and it’s Audio Shop. Shop everything online from A/V receivers and headphones to TV’s, digital music streamers, speakers and soundbars. It’s time to turn it up to 11.
How perfect is it that Compact Music is reopening its store just in time for Record Store Day. The store is doing a special Record Stay exclusive sale Saturday morning beginning at 8 a.m. Two people will be allowed in the store for five minutes at a time to allow for multiple music fans to get into the store. So dig quick. The exclusive runs until 1 p.m. when regular items will be posted at 20 per cent off for the rest of the day. Happy digging, music heads.
Leave your computer problems to PC Perfect. The crew at the Bank Street computer repair shop will have your PC back up and running like new in no time. The shop is back open for drop offs and pick ups. Visit them online today or call ahead for an appointment.
Locked out of the house? Avenue Lock will get you out of any bind you find yourself in. The lock shop has reopened to the public and is available for key-cutting services, deadbolt and door accessory sales and other security services. Visit them on Facebook or in store for all your security needs.