Minneapolis October 10, 2017
10 Incredible Thrift Stores In Minneapolis-Saint Paul Where You’ll Find All Kinds of Treasures
As much appeal as there may be for the shiny and brand new in this world, some of the best things you can find have a history behind them. In a world where practically everything comes off of a conveyor belt, the unique and one of a kind are coveted. Thrifting is practically a sport for those who are determined enough. If you want to find some treasures within the Twin Cities, you’ll definitely need to visit one of these ten thrift shops.
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1. Covet Consign & Design
Thrift stores that sell home good are always exciting spaces! If you want to make your home personal and eclectic, Covet is the place to pick up some of the coolest mid-century pieces around the entire city.
Covet Consign & Design: 3730 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55407.
2. Assistance League Thrift Shops
Many local thrift stores sell a variety of goods, from clothing to home decor. Assistance League is one of those shops, and most of their proceeds go to assisting local charities.
Assistance League Thrift Store: 6416 Penn Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN 55423.
3. Ax-Man Surplus
It's really difficult to explain the appeal of Ax-Man to anyone until they've been inside the floor-to-ceiling artifacts space. Ax-Man sells strange items, such as Jesse Ventura action figures and chemistry class grade beakers. Nothing makes sense in this thrift store, which is what makes it so special.
Ax-Man Surplus: 1639 University Ave. W, Saint Paul, MN 55104.
4. Buffalo Exchange
Buffalo Exchange is one of the most beloved thrift store chains in the country. Many have found some seriously cool clothes here, but it does require a good dig to find the hidden treasure at any of their locations. Goodwill has nothing on these stores.
Buffalo Exchange: 2727 Lyndale Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN 55408.
5. E's Emporium
E's Emporium is a hot commodity in Minneapolis, especially considering it's only open two weekends out of every month. The shop sells a variety of vintage furniture that has been excellently curated before you shop.
E's Emporium: 3911 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55406.
6. Flamingo's Divine Finds
Everyone loves a fun and festive thrift store! Just like E's Emporium, Flamingo's follows the occasional sale method. They specialize in affordable, artsy, and unique home goods and furniture.
Flamingo's Divine Finds: 3404 Cedar Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN 55407.
7. Hunt & Gather
Shopping in a thrift store can occasionally be overwhelming, but if you stick to a plan, you'll definitely find something that you must take home. Hunt & Gather is a strange store that has many taxidermied animals, as well as various other home goods. Things might be impossibly stacked on top of each other, but that's what makes the hunt so rewarding.
Hunt & Gather: 4944 Xerxes Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN 55410.
8. Junket: Tossed & Found
One man's trash is another man's treasure. That definitely is Junket: Tossed & Found's motto. This thrift store is a little funky and definitely cool. If you're looking to collect unique artwork, this is the place to shop.
Junket: Tossed & Found: 4049 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55406.
9. My Sisters' Closet
My Sisters' Closet has a location in Minneapolis as well as one in Saint Paul, so you can peruse through the racks just like you would your sister's closet when you were growing up.
My Sisters' Closet: 2741 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55408
10. SouthSide Vintage & Quality Goods
In today's world, thrift shopping has become more expensive than it used to be. SouthSide Vintage has remained rooted in selling both affordable and stylish furniture and home goods which will please even the stingiest of shoppers.
SouthSide Vintage & Quality Goods: 1832 E 42nd St., Minneapolis, MN 55407.
Do you think you have what it takes to find hidden treasure at any Minneapolis or Saint Paul thrift store? We sure hope so! What’s the best consignment find you’ve ever bought? Let us know in the comments below.
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