Holiday Gift Guide: 5 places to shop in Sugar Land and Missouri City

Fender Deluxe Player Strat ($599.99)

Fender Deluxe Player Strat ($599.99)

Retailers in the Sugar Land and Missouri City communities offer gift options for everybody on a shopper’s holiday gift list. This is not a comprehensive list of shops in the area.


For the bookworm: "Star Wars" Annual comics ($4.99)
Bedrock City Comic Co. in Missouri City offers a large selection of comic books, including a variety of Star Wars options. The store also offers board games, posters, books and Funko Pop character dolls.
Bedrock City Comic Co
4831 Hwy. 6, Missouri City
832-987-1994
www.bedrockcity.com





For the home improvement addict: Olivia Riegel frames ($80-$250)
Twenty-Two Fifty Interiors in Sugar Land sells sparkling Olivia Riegel picture frames year-round. Store Manager Sara DeMasi said the frames are especially popular during the holidays and will tie a room together for home improvement aficionados
Twenty-Two Fifty Interiors
2250 Lone Star Drive, Sugar Land
281-265-2250
www.twentytwofiftyinteriors.com





For the fashionista: holiday dress ($58) and necklace ($48)
Locally owned boutique Ally & Belle offers stylish clothes, accessories and home decor. Customers can find anything from candles and stationery sets to earrings and a wide variety of dresses.
Ally & Belle
3340 FM 1092, Ste. 175, Missouri City
281-208-7755
www.allyandbelle.com





For the musician: Fender Deluxe Player Strat ($599.99)
Musicians can find anything from guitars and basses to amplifiers and drum sets at Smack Guitars in Missouri City. The locally owned shop also offers lessons for future musicians, including drums, guitar or bass instruction
Smack Guitars
3434 FM 1092, Ste. 350, Missouri City
281-499-7128
www.smackguitars.com





For the wine lover: Leviathan ($63)
Wine lovers can stop by either of Vino & Vinyl’s two locations to enjoy its wide selection of wines and snacks. One popular option is the Leviathan wine. Enthusiasts can also sign up for its Club Vino to receive four hand-selected bottles a month.
Vino & Vinyl
www.vino-vinyl.com

15977 City Walk, Sugar Land
281-277-0565

3340 FM 1092, Ste. 150, Missouri City
281-208-7453


By Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.


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