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Eight lifestyle shops in Mount Pleasant that will help you revitalize

The Saint George by Reliance Properties is a collection of curated, customizable homes coming to Mount Pleasant. Conveniently located at St George Street and East Broadway, it will be steps from the future Broadway SkyTrain Station, local shops, cafes, and brunch spots. Find out more at thesaintgeorge.ca.


In need of a wardrobe refresh or a decor makeover? Looking for great gifts for yourself or someone special?

Check out the wide variety of lifestyle shops in Mount Pleasant which offer everything that you need to make your living space (and yourself) shine bright.

In between picking up a coffee from your favourite cafe or checking out some of the magnificent murals, visit the great local businesses in the neighbourhood. Here are eight lifestyle shops in Mount Pleasant that will help you revitalize.

Cultivate Tea

Cultivate Tea offers rare, wild teas sourced directly from producers. Whether you’re a matcha maven or an oolong connoisseur, Cultivate Tea has a variety that’s perfect for your cup. Plus the shop offers handmade, unique ceramics and accessories for making tea at home.

Address: 2280 Main St., Vancouver
Phone: 778-877-8587

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Charlie & Lee

Charlie & Lee is a Métis, Cree-owned and independently operated shop that sells clothing and accessories, life and home products, and more. Pick up a new t-shirt or tank top for the beautiful weather and pair it with a new hat or necklace.

All items are independent, local, made in North America or ethically sourced. Appointments to try on pieces can be made every Tuesday from 12 to 3 pm. Email [email protected] for more details.

Address: Online all the time. Curb-side pickups at 33 Acres Brewing Co. – 15 W 8th Ave
Phone: 604-879-4468

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Cream Mint Florist

Cream Mint Florist has all your floral needs covered. Pick up a fresh bouquet to breathe new life into your living room. Choose the perfect plant as a gift for Mother’s Day. Or work with them to create a customized arrangement for a special occasion.

Address: 2541 Main St, Vancouver
Phone: 778-636-5633

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LocalBoom

LocalBoom describes itself as “an enterprise that seriously cares about Canadians, Canadian businesses, and social issues across the country and around the world.”

They showcase an assortment of local and Canadian products in their Mount Pleasant store and online. Shop for skincare products, food and treats, clothing and accessories, and more.

Address: 504 East Broadway, Vancouver
Phone: 778-868-5784

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Murata

Murata has been selling distinct Japanese tableware and gifts for over 30 years.

They connect with customers by promoting the concept of “WA LIFESTYLE,” which brings a feeling of warmth and peace into life. Shop for tableware like bento boxes and soy pots, teapots and sake cups, kitchen items, clothing and more.

Address: 15 East Broadway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-874-1777

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Olive + Wild

Olive + Wild offers a curated selection of local artists, international design, and gifts and home decor. Items include kitchenware, candles, pillows, greeting cards and more. Designers featured include Carrol Boyes, Michael Aram, Nambé, and Revol Seletti.

Address: 4391 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-875-0611

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The August Market

The August Market sells a wide selection of fresh produce, local products, curated grocery, dairy, kombucha and ginger beer, and more. The shop also offers Pippsis Heart Happy Kitchen vegan pick-me-up treats that are made in-house.

Address: 3958 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 778-889-7278

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ITSUMO

ITSUMO is a Japanese lifestyle shop with an array of items for every room in the house. Tableware for the kitchen and dining room, baskets for the living room, towels for the bathroom, stationary for the office, and more.

Address: 279 East 6th Avenue, Vancouver
Phone: 604-423-3679

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