• Holiday Shopping Guide for Farmingdale

    Holiday Shopping Guide for Farmingdale

    If you’re reading this, you are probably gearing up to go gift-shopping for the holiday season, whether you’re getting a head start or you’ve saved this to-do item for the last minute. If you are looking for gift ideas and want to find them at small businesses, Farmingdale shops have you covered!
    From fun novelties or home decor to chocolates and flowers, here are 10 places to do holiday shopping in Farmingdale.

    • Buster Moon (336 Main Street)
      • Buster Moon offers a wide array of novelties and knickknacks that range from practical to comical. Some fun items include oven mitts, to-do lists with funny sayings, pet items, and much more. Quirky is the name of this shop’s game. A trip to Buster Moon can likely help you check a few boxes off your own holiday shopping to-do list!
    • Back In Time (441 Main Street)
      • If you want to give the gift of home decoration this holiday season, take a step Back In Time. The vintage shop offers antiques, interior design, farmhouse items, repurposed pieces, and other gifts. For an added bonus, treat yourself (or a loved one) to a coffee or baked good at Elise’s Niece’s Cafe, located behind Back In Time.
    • Candy’s Jewelers (225 Main Street)
      • Candy’s Jewelers is a family-owned shop with origins traced to 1917. Candice DeVodier brought her shop to Farmingdale in 2016 and has since supplied the village with services ranging from ring sizing, engraving, ear piercings, stone tightenings, cleanings, polishings and more. If you’re looking for a gorgeous piece of jewelry for the special someone in your life, Candy’s Jewelers has you covered with wedding bands, engagement rings, fashion pieces, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, pendants and more.
    • ScrubzBody Skin Care Products (245 Main Street)
      • ScrubzBody offers natural scrubs and lotions that will leave people with nourished skin. This shop has products that everyone would enjoy. ScrubzBody has a section specifically for gifts on its website to help drum up inspiration for the holidays. Such items include soaps, scents, oils, facial sculpting tools, party favors, gift certificates, and more. In general, ScrubzBody has products for the face, hair, hands & feet, as well as items specifically for men.
    • Long Island Athletic Supply (34 Hempstead Turnpike Suite B)
      • For the sports lover or athlete in your life, the Long Island Athletic Supply has a good assortment of holiday gifts. Pick up a sweatshirt, shirt, pants, hat, or other sports equipment suitable for the athleisure lifestyle. The sports store also does posters for your school’s sporting clubs.
    • The Chocolate Duck (310 Main Street)
      • The award-winning chocolatier is the place to go if you are looking to give the gift of chocolate or other sweet confections, or if you’re looking to have a scrumptious cake made for your holiday party. The Chocolate Duck serves up chocolate fixtures, cupcakes, goodie baskets, custom novelty cakes, and more. Whether you’re looking for a gift or a dessert to bring to a gathering, this local business has you covered. Also, who doesn’t love sweets?
    • In Full Bloom Florist (70 Motor Avenue)
      • Flowers are a classic gift. In Full Bloom offers bouquets and collections based on mood. Flowers are not the only item this florist sells, however. Good holiday gifts include candles, essential oils, lavender, garden statues, and more. In Full Bloom even sells assorted chocolate boxes and chocolate-covered pretzel baskets!
    • 1042 Collision Repairs (1042 Fulton Street)
      • For the car, motorcycle or other vehicle-lover in your life, buy a gift certificate for auto detailing at 1042 Collision Repairs. Marie A. Malerba inherited the business from her father, Ralph, after he founded it in 1971, so a lot of love has been placed into this bodyshop over the decades. And whoever you give a gift certificate to this shop will love how their vehicle looks in the end!
    • Estelle’s Dressy Dresses (1600 Broadhollow Road)
      • Estelle’s Dressy Dresses was founded in 1992 by Estelle Schlossberg. She sells a wide variety of dresses, jumpsuits, shoes, accessories and more. If you’re looking to help someone in your life make a fashion statement this holiday season, you’ll want to check out the repertoire at this Farmingdale staple.
    • Leonza’s Treasure Box (449 Main Street)
      • If you stroll into Leonza’s Treasure Box, you may just find what could become someone’s favorite gift this holiday season. The resale/thrift shop sells gently used and new second hand items with the goal of helping communities to reduce waste in landfills. Some treasures you may find for gifts here include vintage chairs, tables, dressers, and other trinkets.

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