It is a secret that we want to take public, Burnsville has a cool selection of very unique shops and stops that you will not find anywhere else. If you are looking for an out-the-box shopping spot we have got you covered.
You love supporting small businesses and better yet women-owned small businesses? Us too! That is why Palms, Psalms, and Prosecco needs to make your list of places to check out in Burnsville. Owner Amanda is a dog-loving, travel-addicted, and pizza-obsessed foodie who truly supports the uplifting of her fellow small businesses. She opened her brick and mortar location in Spring of 2022 and hasn’t looked back since!
When visiting Amanda’s boutique you can expect to find unique items that include; accessories, clothing, candles, wax melts, and so much more! It’s all in the name after all:
Palms: Travel + Exploration
Psalm: Jesus + Encouragement
Prosecco: Wine + Duh
Another locally and women-owned business that cannot be missed. Ficus & Fig is located next to Jensen’s Cafe in the Heart of the City and offers home decor, candles, bath and body products, kitchen accessories and serveware, baby and women’s clothing, jewelry, seasonal items and so much more to fit any budget.
Yet another locally and women-owned business that is the ideal stop for all of your herbal holistic needs.
Herbal healing refers to the use of plants and plant-based remedies for treating various health conditions. Many herbs contain compounds that can have therapeutic effects on the body, such as reducing inflammation, boosting the immune system, and relieving pain. Stop in to learn more!
Check out Mind’s Eye Comics, a cozy cool comic book shop that carries comic books, manga, graphic novels, books, collectibles, toys, and games!
This is an independently owned Snow, Skate, and Surf shop. Owner Shawn Solem is Fully committed to keeping people standing sideways. Whatever your board needs may be they have you covered. Learn more about Zombie Boardshop in our article, “Locally Strong: Zombie Boardshop”.
Remember shopping small helps support not only the Burnsville community, but directly helps these locally owned businesses not only survive but thrive.