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April 11, 2012
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April 11, 2012

Hi,
Am I the only one who had never set foot in Olde Mistick Village? That troublesome “e” at the end of Olde had me convinced it was a collection of ye olde shoppes offering up fudge and fried dough. There’s plenty of that, of course, but in between, I found some fascinating and entirely unique stores and spent a sunny afternoon exploring. There was more to write about than fits on my list, so don’t miss our friends at Southern Exposure, unusual nut-based jewelry at Vegetable Ivory and Bestemors, a shop brimming with all things Scandinavian, including an astonishing array of clogs and this curious Dala Horse blanket that came home with me! For lunch? Head to the geniuses at Bleu Squid Bakery and Grilled Cheese Cafe for the grown-up grilled cheese made with artisanal ingredients on Fabled Foods bread and a cupcake (40 rotating flavors!). What more could a girl want?
love,
erica
MistickVillage
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Southern Exposure

264 Main Street
Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475

(860) 399-4445
www.shopsouthernexposure.com

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Southern Exposure brings clothing, home furnishings and accent pieces from the Southwest, and beyond to our Old Saybrook and Mystic locations.

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Vegetable Ivory and Organics

27 Coogan Boulevard
Mystic, Connecticut 06355

(860) 572-0232
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Vegetable Ivory and Organics located in Olde Mistick Village, sells handmade Ciclantacea Palm seed jewelry and gift items. The unusual rain forest nut when harvested, dyed, carved and polished resembles ivory.

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