24 November 2020
Discover Davis: Shop Local Holiday Gift Guide
Tis the season for gift giving, and this year local businesses need your support more than ever. With Small Business Saturday just around the corner, be sure to check out this holiday gift guide and shop local all year long.
Unique Local Gifts
Whisperwood & Co.
This cute shop on Bountiful’s Main Street is stocked with locally crafted gifts, home decor, boutique clothing, jewelry and more.
Where: 88 S Main St, Bountiful
Over the Moon
From cozy PJs and baby blankets to tiny hats and sweet stuffed animals, there’s something for every little one at this specialty children’s boutique.
Where: 112 S. Main St, Bountiful
Featuring gently loved books and rare finds, the Book Garden is the perfect place to find a gift for your favorite bookworm.
Where: 2 N Main St, Bountiful
Be sure to check out all of the small businesses that brighten Bountiful’s Main Street!
Bountiful Davis Art Center
Shop the BDAC’s Winterfest Art Jubilee for unique fine arts and crafts gifts, now through December 19.
Where: 90 N Main St. Bountiful
Hip and Humble
This locally owned boutique has two Davis County locations where you can find unique home goods, clothing and gifts.
Where: 559 West 2600 South, Bountiful and 945 West West Promontory, Farmington/Station Park
Studio K Gifts & Design
Find locally crafted gifts and home decor, from candles and pottery to baby items and wall art at this gift shop in Kaysville.
Where: 73 N. Main Street, Kaysville
Cosset Bath and Body
Indulge in unique therapeutic bath bombs and bath salts from this local shop that started at a farmer’s market.
Where: Find Cosset at their brick and mortar location in Layton Mall.
Campers or adventurers on your list? Gift gear to help them #SleepOutside comfortably from Klymit. This local outdoor gear company has it all for backpacking, hiking and travel.
Where: 457 Deseret Drive, Kaysville
Gift a Local Experience
The perfect gift isn’t always one you can wrap, but it’s one you will always remember. Experience gifts are a great way to Discover Davis while treasuring time spent with loved ones. From Lagoon passes to amuse you all season long to snorkeling with the stingrays at Seaquest, seeing a performance at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre or creating your own ceramics or canvas, there’s an experience gift for everyone on your list.
See our full list of experience gifts here.
Gifts for Foodies
Lisa’s Passion for Popcorn
Gourmet popcorn, chocolate, caramel, cheese, and every other indulgence you could ever want from popcorn. Visit their cute shop on Main Street in Kaysville, where the customer service is as outstanding as the popcorn.
Where: 37 Main Street, Kaysville
If you like your coffee with a side of shopping, you’ll love Bean’s Coffee. This veteran/female/locally-owned coffee shop also sells seasonal gifts like succulent plant mugs and scarf sets, in addition to bags of their flavorful coffee beans.
Where: 772 E 700 S, Clearfield
Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolates and Ice Cream
Mrs. Cavanaugh’s been family-owned and operated since 1964. Every piece of candy made at Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolate Factory is created by hand and has its own unique hand marking on the top.
Where: Shop for your chocolate lovers at their factory in North Salt Lake, at their retail Bountiful location, or inside Layton Hills Mall in Davis County.
- Ally’s Pizza, Sunset
- Burger Stop, Layton
- Caffe Torino, Farmington
- Fuji Sushi, Centerville
- Granny Annie’s, Kaysville
- Hug Hes, Layton, Syracuse, Centerville
- Island Buffalo Grill, Antelope Island (Seasonal)
- Little Taste of Britain, Layton
- Mandarin, Bountiful
- Rice Bowl, Clearfield
- Sills Cafe, Layton
- Taste of India, Layton
- Thai Fusion 99, Layton
- Waffled, Farmington
- Z Brothers Pizza, North Salt Lake
When it comes to supporting local businesses, don’t forget your independently owned restaurants. Everyone loves a night off from cooking, so a meal out, curbside pick up or a gift card makes a great gift as well. From Asian, Italian, Mexican and fusion flavors to American classics, one of these locally owned and operated restaurants just might become your new favorite.