Shopping Local in Port Colborne

Our pretty city on the Welland Canal at Lake Erie is a destination for ship-watchers, photographers, artists, cyclists, theatre-goers, foodies, and, you guessed it, shoppers. Block after block of independently-owned boutiques and restaurants offer an unrivaled range of fashion, accessories, antiques, décor, culinary fare, and gifts for everyone on your list.

Be fitted for the best bra of your life at Monica’s, so you are amazing in your fab new outfit from 270 Degrees West; give a feel-good gift from Ten Thousand Villages, which sources fair trade food, jewellery and home décor from developing countries; find all things artful at Something Else gallery-boutique, which represents 50 artists, artisans and designers; take a class in chalk paint furniture refinishing at A Raven’s Nest, or just find an exquisite antique or décor accessory; and be sure to include a stop to eat a fresh, delicious, authentic Mexican dish at Eh Amigos Cantina.

We’re eager to serve you an experience you’ll remember. Get the gals together to find that perfect thing, for yourself, or for those you love. “You found that where?,” they’ll ask. “In Port Colborne,” you’ll say.

Come explore. Rediscover. Cheers!

270 west port colborne 270 West

224 West St., Port Colborne ON

Located on the historic West Street Promenade, 270 Degrees West has been dressing modern mature women in casual yet distinctive fashions for over 15 years.  Specializing in Made in Canada collections we invite you to shop the newest trends.  With sizing from XS-XXL our knowledgeable friendly staff will help you find your next favourite outfit!


Ravens Nest A Raven’s Nest

240 West  St., Port Colborne ON

A Raven’s Nest recycles and repurposes furniture and accent pieces to be reloved by you. We retail CC Coldwell’s all Natural Chalk & clay paints and the Fuscon family of paints. We love to inspire your creativity with our classes or customize your personal pieces. We invite you to enjoy our collections.


ten thousand villagesTen Thousand Villages

7 Clarence St, Port Colborne, ON

You are invited to Ten Thousand Villages Port Colborne! Enjoy friendly volunteers and handicrafts designed artistically, each carrying a unique story. Ten Thousand Villages creates opportunities for artisans in developing countries. They earn income by bringing their products to our markets through long term fair-trading relationships.


monica's at 270 west

Monica’s at 270 West

224 West St., Port Colborne ON

Tastefully arranged inside 270 Degrees West is our beautiful lingerie & mastectomy boutique with band sizing from 28-54 and cups AA-M. With over 5 years experience, our professional fitters work with you to ensure your selections are properly fit, comfortable and meet your wardrobe and budget needs. Call today for your appointment.


Eh Amigos cantinaEh Amigos Cantina

20 Clarence St., Port Colborne ON

Fresh and full of flavour is what you’ll taste at Eh Amigos Cantina, downtown Port Colborne, where Mexican fare is authentic and awesome. Bite into one of the best burritos you’ll ever crave, the tastiest taco, the most sublime quesadilla. Dine in or take home, Eh Amigos is one of our most popular eateries. Live music Saturdays.


something elseSomething Else

244 West St., Port Colborne ON

Bracelets made from vintage silver trays and dishes by L Carr Designs are among the one-of-a-kind creations of more than 50 artists, artisans, and designers in our gallery-boutique. In a restored heritage building on the canal, Something Else is a must-see must-do destination for recycled, upcycled and handmade fashion, accessories, art and décor.


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