As we continue our “Shop Hyperlocal” campaign and encourage you to keep your money local, here are the latest specials from Edmonds businesses:
Glazed and Amazed, 514 Main St., is featuring 10 percent off all holiday decor this Sunday, Dec. 12.
Chanterelle, 316 Main St., has a special offer on gift certificates this holiday season. When you buy $250 in gift certificates, you get a $25 gift certificate for free.
“Chanterelle serves incredible breakfasts, super tasty lunches and truly surprising delicious dinner fare in a charming but casual atmosphere well suited for all age groups,” said owner Brooke Baker. ” Coffee is Tony’s Organic Shade Grown. The dessert selection is amazing. And the tomato bisque is the best ever! (Congressman Jay Inslee told a packed audience that it’s the best tomato bisque in America!)”
Edmonds Bookshop,111 5th Ave. S., is open late all weeknights until Dec. 23, with holiday hours Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. “So far, we have had customers buying books every single night and many of them express gratitude for the extended hours,” said owner Mary Kay Sneeringer.