I can’t say enough about this little mecca of locally raised, crafted, fermented, and grown goods. Rustic style mingles effortlessly with industrial design in this two-story market, brimming with treasures. From home decor and apparel to award winning bars and restaurants; not to mention the astoundingly unique florist and local butcher.
It had been a bit of a rough day for me, so I popped into Melrose for a cheery bouquet of flowers and a quick sandwich from Homegrown. I figured while I was there I might as well buzz upstairs to Butter Home, where I picked up a card and gift for my mom for Mother’s Day and a couple of light fixtures I definitely did not intend to purchase. (They were just SO cool. Don’t judge.) I met a girl friend at Sitka & Spruce for happy hour before swinging through Rain Shadow Meats for a steak to make for the boyfriend for dinner. All things considered, I think the day was salvaged. Thanks, Melrose!
There’s also a great event space here called Melrose Market Studios. 5,000 square feet of exposed brick and steel, cement flooring, and string lights. J’adore!