Downtown Cambridge is home to a bevy of independent, locally-owned shops.
510 Poplar Street
See Butterfly Boutique on Facebook.
This new gift boutique opened in September 2015, and features something for everyone. Stop in to pick up a gift, and we’re pretty sure you will find something for yourself.
Cambridge Canvas & Sail Loft LLC
311A High Street
With a small dedicated staff with more than 60 years of combined canvas making experience, Cambridge Canvas & Sail Loft can take care of a wide range of canvas and sailing needs. In operation since 1985. All work is completed on site including any custom work. Specializing in canvas work for above and below decks. Also offering repairs on all types of canvas, cushions, and sails. Canvas cleaning and waterproofing offered year round, Sail washing offered during winter months. Also offering marine and commercial awnings.
Craig’s Drug Store & Gift Shop
409 Race Street
Craig’s on Facebook
Serving Cambridge since 1867 with a mix of essentials and home decor, candles, fine lotions, kids’ stuff, and gifts.
Downtown Frame of Mine
319 High Street
Formerly Wright’s Art & Framing on Maryland Avenue, this business is moving into the heart of downtown, a space next door to the Dorchester Center for the Arts. It features top quality frames by Larson-Juhl, as well as portrait painting and giclées, and original artwork by guest artist George Wright, who specializes in portraits, shore life paintings and sports memorabilia prints. Also offering original artwork printing, photo printing, enlargements and restoration services.
Furniture Flipping Females
105 Maryland Ave
443-521-0838 or 443-521-0794
Up-cycled designer furniture emphasizing unique styles and purposes. We embrace colors as well as function.
Heart of Dorchester Antiques
511 Poplar Street
Heart of Dorchester Antiques Facebook page
This antiques and collectibles emporium features quality antiques, furniture, art, decoys, glassware, books, and more. View some of the current items on their Facebook page.
Heirloom Antiques Gallery
419 Academy Street
A quality co-op gallery featuring antiques and collectibles including furniture, books, rugs, pottery, clocks, jewelry, china and primitives. Open daily, 10am – 5pm, except Mondays.
Hubbard’s Custom Blinds & Framing Gallery
435 Race Street
The area’s only Hunter Douglas Gallery dealer, featuring blinds, shades, and shutters, plus custom picture framing, custom mirrors, and prints.
Katie Mae’s Country Shoppe
516 Poplar Street
Featuring Amish-style furniture and home decor, as well as baked goods prepared by local Amish families. Also serving cold and hot comfort food for lunch and dinner. Delivery available.
410 Race Street
Knit Nook Facebook Page
This one-stop shop has everything for knitters, including textiles, supplies, patterns, classes and groups sessions.
512 Race Street
317 High Street
Liv Again Facebook page
Liv Again features a mix of cool and funky furniture, home décor, art, and more — all in a meticulously restored 1892 building. Inside you’ll find higher-end consignment and new furniture, with a focus on repurposed and upcycled design, fair trade items, and home décor. The second floor displays art by regional artists and is available for special event rental. Interior design services are also available. Liv Again also hosts occasional live entertainment and special events.
Lutheran Mission Society
415 Race Street
504 Race Street
This shop specializes in men’s and women’s apparel, plus “The Shoe Room” showcasing the latest styles in sports footwear.
Malina Custom Leather: Every Stitch By Hand
447 Race Street, Second Floor
Featuring custom leather belts, bags, briefcases, and more, while doubling as the craftsman’s workshop where Dennis Napolitan, longtime leather craftsman, creates his products. Malina also offers leather repair. Open by appointment–please call in advance.
Mi Tierra Mexicana
618 Race Street
Everything from cowboy boots to music to piñatas to produce and pastries, all with a Latino touch.
Race Beauty Supply
618 Race Street
Extensive array of hair products and beauty supplies—including wigs, soaps, hair coloring, and much more.
R. Brooks & Son Home Appliances
115 Maryland Avenue
Sales, installation and service of appliances for the home.
Salon De Jonas
541 Poplar Street
Simmons Center Market & Country Cobbler
600 Race Street
Simmons on Facebook
Step back in time at this nostalgic 75-year-old, family-run general store with fresh-cut meat, produce, antiques, and more. Also featuring annuals and perennials in season, plus country decor.
Steppin’ In Style at Bertha’s Boutique
630 Race Street
Featuring women’s clothing, sizes 2–34.
500 Poplar Street
Website | Sunnyside on Facebook
Indulge in Goods for the Conscience at Sunnyside, where we support fairly traded, environmentally friendly, and handmade items, including great jewelry, unusual gifts, and fabulous clothing. Open seven days.
- Voted “Best Unique Gifts” by readers of What’s Up Eastern Shore magazine for 2014
- Named “Best of the Eastern Shore 2013” for “Best Artisan Jewelry” by What’s Up Eastern Shore magazine.
- Named “Best of the Eastern Shore 2010” for “Best Women’s Clothing Boutique” by What’s Up Eastern Shore magazine.
- Named “Best of the Eastern Shore 2014” for “Best Women’s Clothing Boutique” by What’s Up Eastern Shore magazine.
Tienda Mexicana Valasquez
601 Race Street
Grocery store carrying a wide selection of Latino groceries, produce, and more.
THE WINE BAR
414 Race Street
THE WINE BAR on Facebook
Featuring local wines and artisan cheeses from around the world, chocolates, candies, coffee beans, loose teas, gifts, gourmet items, and Smith Island Cakes. Also featuring a wine bar!