Jaime’s Local Love Holiday Special

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Happy Holidays to all! Jamie here! Thank you for your interest in our first Jaime’s Local Love holiday special. We curated this list of businesses to give you some really great ARIZONA options when it comes to places to shop and visit on vacation. These local business owners are passionate about what they create, grow and cook, it’s contagious. I hope you enjoyed our special and remember that when you shop local, you are supporting a fellow Arizonan.


The Merchantile has two locations: Uptown Phoenix and Old Town Scottsdale. There you will find accessories, clothing, jewelry, household items, and other gifts and goodies. The Merchantile presents the works of some 80 different Arizona makers and creators under one roof.

the mercantile

PHONE: 562-879-2222


ADDRESS: 730 E Missouri Ave., Phoenix 85014


ADDRESS: 3965 N Brown Ave., Scottsdale, AZ 85251

WEBSITE: www.merchantile.co

Instagram account: @themerchantile


Screws and Sparkles is a leader in the revitalization of downtown Buckeye. The store is home to more than 30 creatives and relocated to a former grocery store that sat vacant for 30 years. Screws and Sparkles is establishing itself as a place where you can hang out, do workshops, “work from home”, share and shop.

Screws and Flashes Vintage and Handmade

PHONE: 925-351-5052

ADDRESS: 343 E Monroe Ave., Buckeye, AZ

WEBSITE: www. tornillosychispas.com

Instagram account: @screwsandsparkles


The Haunted Hamburger is a “must-do” on a road trip to Jerome. The views of Verde Valley are expansive and you can see all the way to the red rock of Sedona. All while sipping on a boozy milkshake, eating a burger, and listening to ghost stories from the staff. The Haunted Hamburger is family owned and operated for 30 years in Jerome.

the enchanted hamburger

PHONE: (928) 634-0554

ADDRESS: 410 Clark St., Jerome, AZ 86331

WEBSITE: https://thehauntedhamburger.com/

Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/thehauntedhamburger/

Facebook account: https://www.facebook.com/TheHauntedHamburger/

Twitter account: https://twitter.com/Haunted_Burger


At Two Chris’, they believe in “leaving a little sparkle wherever you go”. For Dos Chris, shine means kindness. The business is owned by an Arizona couple who just opened their first store and offers delicious cupcakes, mini cakes, and treats. You can also get a “grab and go” deli box or order a large platter for a party or even a table-sized deli “art installation” for an event.

Bakery and Deli Two Chris’ Co.

PHONE: 602-837-8899

ADDRESS: 6007 N 16th St., Phoenix, AZ, 85016

WEBSITE: www.DosChrisAZ.com

Instagram account: @doschris_phx

Facebook account: Dos Chris’ Bakery & Charcuterie Co.


Sam Pillsbury was one of the first to start growing grapes in Arizona 22 years ago. With vineyards in Willcox, he has had a tasting room in Cottonwood for years, but recently moved from Main Street to a tasting HOUSE. The estate allows for private dining, events, and lounges, as well as a wine library and meeting spaces for groups. Pillsbury serves as Chef and Winemaker, telling us that his wines have won more awards in the last 8 years than almost any other winery in San Francisco’s celebrated American Wine Competition.

Pillsbury Wine Company

Winery and Vineyard, also Tasting Room, 6450 S. Bennett Place, Willcox, AZ 85643

Verde Valley Tasting House, 315 S Willard, Cottonwood, AZ 86326

WEBSITE: www.pillsburywine.com


Instagram account: @pillsbury_wine


“Sauvage” means “wild” or “natural” in French. Owner Chris Lingua says there are over 200 additives that can be added to wine other than grapes, so he likes to focus on AS CLOSE TO THE GRAPES as possible, or as natural as possible. Lingua opened this shop to demystify wine while also specializing in “low intervention” non-commercial (mass produced) wines. He loves it because there are always new wines to discover from different corners of the world. If you like to explore and savor the purest expression of the land and the grape, this is your style. At Sauvage, you’ll find more than 200 rotating wine selections available in store and online. Most selections range from $20 to $60, as well as a curated selection of artisan mezcals, Amari, organic Port, and digestifs. Sauvage plans to move to a house in downtown Phoenix in the new year. Stay tuned on the website and Instagram for more information.

Sauvage Bottle Shop

ADDRESS: Inside The Churchill 901 N 1st St. #109, Phoenix, AZ 85004

WEBSITE: www.sauvagephx.com

SOCIAL MEDIA: @Sauvagephx

Instagram account: @Sauvagephx


Hello Handmade Market has vendor markets in the amphitheater at Arrowhead Mall on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, but I wanted to have one store where I can come and shop all week long. The store is home to over 30 rotating vendors to sell and get creative with, and also offers workshops. You can find all kinds of items here: t-shirts, onesies, mugs, stickers, candy, pet gifts, water bottles, ornaments and more, a huge variety with one thing in common, all handmade in Arizona.

Hello Craft Market

PHONE: 623-980-9037

ADDRESS: 725 S Estrella Parkway Suite 110, Goodyear, AZ 85338

WEBSITE: www.HelloHandmadeMarket.com

Instagram account: @HelloHandmadeMarket

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