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SHOPPING MADAM BONBON


1-7A Alberta iela, mob. tel. 20222235, 26587220, 11.00– 19.00, Sat 11.00–15.00. Closed Sun. www.madambonbon.lv Ta-dam! The first concept shoe shop in Riga. It’s not even a shop but an apartment inhabited by shoes. The girl’s best friends Nº2 have shamelessly occupied even the bedroom and kitchen. Call the shop to order a private meeting with the footwear and the beautiful hostess of the establishment for some girl shoe-chat. MIIT 10 Låçpléßa iela, 10.00–19.00, Thr 10.00–21.00, Fri, Sat 10.00– 02.00. Closed Sun. www.miit.lv Miit = bicycle shop/cafe/workshop/meeting point/de- sign studio/weekend parties. MODERNISTS


62 Ìertrüdes iela, tel. 67229967, 11.00–19.00, Tue by appoint- ment. Closed Sat, Sun. fb.com/modernistsmagazine Welcome to the multi-faceted world of prodigious Mårtiñš Piléns—the Latvian born architect, who studied in Germa- ny. The showroom exhibits and sells Bauhaus and Scan- dinavian design furniture and tableware icons. Mårtiñš is also a boutique bio-eco wine and champagne connois- seur, supplying top-notch micro winery family produce from France and Austria to the Riga gourmet establish- ments, which is also sold by the bottle at Modernists. Everything here are deliberately selected limited editions, which will surely widen your aesthetic world! RIIJA


6/8 Térbatas iela, tel. 67284828, 10.00–19.00, Sat 10.00– 17.00. Closed Sun. www.riija.lv This magnificent contemporary Latvian lifestyle concept shop, run by prominent local designers, gathers the quintessence of local contemporary furniture, interior ob- jects, textile, tableware and jewellery design. Everything is made in Latvia (many items are handmade), absolutely useful and of a very corresponding price. It’s barely im- possible to leave without buying one of those curious ethno-contemporary goods as a souvenir! STAG


1-8a Alberta iela, tel. 67809601, 11.00–19.00, Sat 11.00– 15.00. Closed Sun. www.stag.lv Refined, high level, hand-picked urban gentlemen clothes, shoes, perfumes, glasses, watches and other accesso- ries. Located on the beautiful Alberta iela, the boutique sells brands that are unique for Latvia. If you are lucky, you will get the latest trend news and style suggestions from the shop owner Armen. The modern dandy’s must!


children’s goods MOTHERCARE


(in s/c Domina Shopping, near Zemitånu bridge) 3 Ieri˚u iela, tel. 67631212, 10.00–22.00. (in s/c Spice, on the way to the International Riga Airport) 29 Lielirbes iela, tel. 67630367, 10.00–22.00. www.mothercare.lv Outlet of the in 1961 founded UK brand—sells nursery, toddler and children’s furniture and decorations, for mothers with children up until 10 years old.


www.rigathisweek.lv/shopping watches & jewellery FREYWILLE


10 Va¬ñu iela, tel. 67213017, 10.00–19.00, Sat 10.00–17.00. Closed Sun. www.freywille.com Every piece of jewellery is distinctive and artistically de- signed fire enamel, which is applied in many layers and then fired. Up to 100 manual steps are necessary to produce a delicate and colour-intense fire enamel plate, which is then fixed into a mounting. Every piece of jewel- lery is hand-made in Vienna. Many of the collections pay homage to famous artists. K RYN


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73 Térbatas iela, mob. tel. 25417545, call for appointment. www.kryn.eu, fb.com/krynjewellery Unusual mystic designs using rough diamonds, cof- fee beans and unorthodox shapes and surfaces. Sells handmade rings, bracelets and earrings using precious metals and stones, designed and handcrafted in Riga. Make an appointment with the designer to personalise your jewellery.


delicatessen


DAUGMALES JňA BIŠU MEDUS HONEY ROOM (Latvian Honey) 17 Péterbaznîcas iela, tel. 67224355, 10.00–19.00. Honey Room is a really unique place to taste, decide and purchase real delicious Latvian honey! DESA & CO (Sausage & Co) 4 Maskavas iela (Spî˚eri), 67216186, 09.00–18.00, Sat, Sun 09.00–16.00. When in the Spî˚eri creative district, or walking around the Central market, don’t miss this shop/ bistro, selling products from ecologically raised, free- running local reindeer and wild boar, from their own 600 ha farm near Koknese. Staff will describe you how best to prepare the game of your choice. EMILS GUSTAVS CHOCOLATE (Hand-made Chocolates) 24 Aspazijas bulv., tel. 67228333, 08.00–21.00. HARTVIKS


216 Brîvîbas gatve, tel. 67541205, 09.00–19.00, Sat 10.00–17.00. Closed Sun. Sells Latvian eco vegetables and gastronomic meat products, as well as cheeses. HUNGARICUM 5a Ìertrüdes iela (enter from Skolas iela) 09.00–21.00, Sat 11.00–17.00. Closed Sun. The showroom for Hungarian delicacies: many kinds of salami, paprika sauces, wines, sweets and of course famous Hungarian fruit brandy Pá- linka. Get guided by the Hungarian owner. LAIMA (Latvian Chocolate & Sweets) Central location: 16 Smilßu iela, 09.00–19.00, Sat 09.00–16.00. Closed Sun. Factory shop: 12 Palîdzîbas iela, tel. 67379521. M’ARCHERS


1a Strélnieku iela, mob. tel. 27000030, 11.00–19.00. Excellent quality handpicked seasonal vegetables from Bretagne /France/, also aged beef, smoked fish, the best local fresh foods from small local farms on spe- cial order. As well as the world’s best pastas, sauces,


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