Shop local: Stores, cafes and boutiques east of I-45

Craneu2019s Dress Boutique carries a variety of womenu2019sndresses for social occasions, including prom and othernformal events.

Craneu2019s Dress Boutique carries a variety of womenu2019sndresses for social occasions, including prom and othernformal events.

Children’s


Baby’s & Kid’s 1st
27702 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
281-866-8700
www.babys1st.com

Clothes/shoes


Crane’s Dress Boutique
27858 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
281-771-5840
www.cranesdressbtq.com

Dream Day Bridal
19189 I-45 S., Ste. M, Shenandoah
936-321-2300
www.dreamdaybridal.com

Gayla Wigs
27327 Robinson Road, Ste. 1, Oak Ridge North
281-782-1555
www.gaylawigs.com

Something Special Resale Shop
19073 I-45 S.,Shenandoah
281-292-0443
www.mcwctx.org/something-special-resale-store

Style Encore
17637 I-45 N., Ste.135, Shenandoah
936-273-1000
www.styleencorethewoodlands.com

Sunny’s Boutique
19189 I-45, Ste. K, Shenandoah
865-403-2304
www.facebook.com/sunnysboutiquetx

Food/drink


Hebert’s Specialty Meats
19075 I-45 N., Ste. 121 B, Shenandoah
936-321-7770
www.hebertsspecialtymeats.com

India Gourmet Spices
26752 I-45, Oak Ridge North
281-419-3688
www.indiagourmetspices.com

Theiss Farms Market
2008 Rayford Road, Spring
281-726-3065
www.theissfarmsmarket.com

Woodlands Desi Grocery & Halal Meat
8546 Hwy. 242, Conroe
936-273-5808

Hobbies


Brew It Yourself
25770 I-45, Ste.107, Spring
281-367-2739
www.brew-it-yourself.com

Enfusia
410 S. Trade Center Parkway, Ste. A9, The Woodlands
281-681-0732
www.enfusia.com

Mike’s Cigar Room
8000 Hwy. 242, Ste.119, Conroe
936-271-0900
www.mikescigarroom.com

Nedd Guitars
27562 Robinson Road, Oak Ridge North
281-681-1132
www.neddguitars.com

Rattlecan Skate & Scooter
27351 Blueberry Hill Drive, Ste. 33, Conroe
281-415-8186
www.rattlecanskateshop.com

Renegade Classics of The Woodlands
25534 I-45 N., Spring
281-419-9600
www.renegadethewoodlands.com

Space Cadets Collection Collection
27326 Robinson Road, Ste. 117, Oak Ridge North
281-298-1111
www.spacecadetscollection.com

Wild Birds Unlimited
27590 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
281-298-7900
www.wbu.com

Home/garden


Brandon Landscape
1543 Rayford Road, Spring
281-363-1747
www.brandonlandscapeservices.com

Carol’s Lighting & Fan Shop
27132 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
281-363-0114
www.carolslighting.com

Creekstone Outdoor Living
3555 Rayford Road, Ste. 60, Spring
713-389-5936
www.creekstoneoutdoors.com

Cunningham Gas Products
27602 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
281-296-8688
www.cunninghamliving.com

February’s Glass Designers
26440 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
281-367-6921
www.februarysglassdesigners.com

French Courtyard
27326 Robinson Road, Ste. 101, Oak Ridge North
281-363-1800
www.frenchcourtyard.com

Glacier Pool Supplies & Spas
27832 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
832-246-8541
www.glacierpooltx.com

Lone Star ACE Hardware
2111 Rayford Road, Spring
281-419-2121
www.acehardware.com

Nature’s Way Resources
101 Sherbrook Circle, Conroe
936-273-1200
www.natureswayresources.com

Outdoor Equipment Outlet
25910 I-45 N., Spring
936-521-4391
www.outdoorequipmentoutlet.com

The Perfect Light
26326 I-45 N., Spring
281-296-7777
www.theperfectlight.com

Picket Fences
19193 I-45 N.,Shenandoah
281-465-4144
www.picketfencesdecor.com

Spring Home & Outdoor
26106 I-45, Spring
713-266-1117
www.springhomeandoutdoor.net

Trading Places The Woodlands
28100 Robinson Road, Oak Ridge North
936-349-7775
www.tradingplaces4u.com

Jewelry


Cassio Creations
27622 I-45 N., Oak Ridge North
281-419-4200
www.cassiocreations.com

Pets


Wood’s Feed Store
28302 Robinson Road, Conroe
281-363-3590
www.woodsfeedstore.com

Sports


Bikeland
19189 I-45 N., Ste. B,Shenandoah
281-364-9253
www.bikelandusa.com

Bike Lane
17937 I-45 S.,Shenandoah
936-321-0200
www.bikelanehouston.com

Dugout Sports
26302 I-45 N., Spring
281-367-4076
www.dugoutsports.com

House of Tandems
2043 Pinewoods Way, Spring
713-962-1417
www.houseoftandems.com

SouthWest PaddleSports
26322 I-45 N., Spring
281-292-5600
www.paddlesports.com
By Hannah Zedaker
Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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