Leander shopping guide: 29 locally-owned places to shop in 2018

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Clothing


1. Austin Fairy Godmother Boutique
10303 E. Crystal Falls Parkway
512-709-9867
www.austinfairygodmother.org

Food & beverage


2. La Chaparrita Meat Market
1909 S. US 183, Ste. 107
512-259-0584

3. Leander Liquors
2403 S. US 183
512-259-8404

Gifts & floral


4. Hip Flask Plus Engraving Specialists
1907 S. US 183, Ste. 201
512-337-7161
www.hipflaskplus.com

5. In the Wild Graphics
200 Bagdad Road, Ste. 3
512-964-8980
www.inthewildgraphics.com

6. Visual Lyrics Floral Artistry
109 S. US 183
512-244-6720
www.visuallyrics.com

Hardware & construction


7. Cashway Building Materials
100 E. South St.
512-259-3843
www.acehardware.com/mystore/index.jsp?store= 08265&cid=localstore08265

8. Texas Pride Custom Floors
11880 Hero Way West, Ste. 200
512-817-4107
www.texaspridecf.com

Hobbies


9. The Bunker
719 N. US 183, Bldg. B, Ste. 116
512-456-7015
www.facebook.com/thebunkertexas

10. Mickler and Assoc. Inc.
301 S. US 183, Ste. A
512-260-5275
www.ourgunstore.com

11. Upland Outfitters
11880 Hero Way West, Ste. 202
512-259-1133
www.uplandoutfitterstexas.com

Home & garden


12. A Plus Outdoor Power Equipment Inc.
450 CR 180
512-260-0023
www.aplusoutdoorpowerequipmentinc.com

13. Circle D Nurseries
1360 E. San Gabriel Parkway
512-528-8001
www.circlednurseries.com

14. Enchanted Rock & Landscape Supplies
11892 Hero Way West
512-260-9273
www.enchantedrockandlandscape.com

15. Fabcon Products
1850 CR 269
512-259-1269
www.fabconproducts.com

16. Farmer’s Nursery
1305 Leander Drive
512-259-4111
www.farmersnursery.com

17. Hill Country Feed & Supply
909 S. US 183
512-259-1658
www.facebook.com/hillcountryfeed

18. Hill Country Natives
(Open by appointment only)
308 Mesa Oaks
512-914-7519
www.hillcountrynatives.net

19. Rustico Tile and Stone
Open by appointment only
15300 Hero Way West
512-260-9111
www.rusticotileandstone.com

Jewelry


20. Burt Witcher Jewelers
107 N. US 183
512-259-5300
www.burtwitcher.com

Thrift & consignment


21. Barn Dance
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. B
512-659-8344
www.barndancevintage.com

22. Jackpot
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. G
512-897-4671
www.leanderfleamarket.com/jackpot

23. Lemons & Larrew
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. E
512-736-2533
www.facebook.com/lemonslarrew

24. Menagerie Boutique
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. H2
757-478-4325
www.facebook.com/menagerieboutique-134008473334257

25. The Mercantile
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. C
www.facebook.com/the-mercantile-149627865664132

26. Restoration Sisters
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. A
512-619-9032
www.facebook.com/restorationsisters

27. Supplemental Income
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. H
512-608-5697

28. The Teal Trailer
1291 E. Woodview Drive, Bldg. D
512-897-4671
www.thetealtrailer.com

29. Texas Pawn and Jewelry
2091 S. US 183, Ste. A
512-259-7296
www.texaspawnandjewelry.com

This list is not comprehensive.
If your locally and independently owned business was not included in this guide, email us at listings@communityimpact.com.
By Caitlin Perrone
Caitlin covers Cedar Park and Leander city councils and reports on education, transportation, government and business news. She is an alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin. Most recently, Caitlin produced a large-scale investigative project with The Dallas Morning News and led education coverage in the Brazos Valley at The Bryan-College Station Eagle. After interning with Community Impact Newspaper for two summers, she joined the staff as a reporter in 2015.


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