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Yelp’s Totally Bazaar And Local Gift Giving

Yelp’s pledge to all good little shoppers is to make this year’s gifting easier than ever. So on Thursday, December 12th, you’re invited to Yelp’s Totally Bazaar, a free holiday shopping party! Over 100 local businesses will set up shop at Old City Hall. While Yelp brings the party, vendors will be passing out taste testers and selling local goods.

Spirits will be bright thanks to Flat 12 Bierwerks, Sun King Brewing, Fountain Square Brewery, Easley Winery and New Day Meadery filling merry shoppers cups with the best of local cheer! Gifts for the kiddos will be a plenty thanks to businesses like American Armadillo, Girly Chic Boutique, and Art 2 The Extreme selling everything from toddler bowties to handmade rainbow crayons. Show Circle City pride with presents from People for Urban Progress and United State Of Indiana. For those gifting a foodie, rest assured that with businesses like Just Pop In, Frittle Candy, Artisano’s Oils & Spices and Preservation it’ll be easy as pie. Get ready to shop ’til you drop locally!

The fun doesn’t stop there! Take a break from the hooplah with Indy Film Fest’s free screening room! Feeling a few knots from the holiday stress? Thanks to Focus Therapeutic Massage’s complimentary mini-massage room you’ll be in tip top shopping condition in no time!

Thanks to Green Bean Delivery’s generosity the season of giving will come full circle with a food/monetary drive in the atrium: For every pound of non-perishable food donated, Green Bean will donate a pound of fresh to Gleaners Food Bank. For every dollar donated, two pounds of fresh will be donated. 

And don’t worry, we know what you’re thinking: “our hands will be so full!” We’ll have complimentary gift totes on hand for those who check in to the event on the app!

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Written by : As the Yelp Community Manager for Indy, Brittany uncovers fun and unique ways for locals to connect with the Circle City's cream of the crop businesses and events. The best part of her job? Working with Hoosiers who are bubbling over with pride for their community and passionate about discovering what makes their community unique.