Welcome to Locke Street South!


Thank you for joining us at Locke Street Shops.com - Locke Street is located in a unique area in Hamilton, Ontario that has become one of the most popular destinations for Hamiltonians and visitors from the surrounding areas. Enjoy shopping in the quaint and eclectic shops located in this historic neighbourhood. Weary from shopping? Take a break and have a bite to eat in one of the many restaurants and eateries. For many, this charming spot is one to which they return again and again. The menu above displays only a small portion of what we have to offer. Locke Street South boasts a myriad of shops, services, salons, spas and more! Make the trip and join us for the full Locke Street shopping experience.

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Local artist Simon Frank who won the Locke Street Art Project for his submission, titled "Concrete Poetry" has his project underway: a poem that is being distributed along Locke Street in small bronze plaques embedded into the sidewalk.

Concrete Poetry

Latest News/Events:

Pure Home Couture‘s hours have changed to be open later!

New blog by the I Heart Hamilton girls featuring the Vintage Garden Tea Room and Simon Frank’s Concrete Poetry.


Click here for a good read :)

Pure Home Couture is also working with Hamilton Food Share and will graciously donate $1 for every like they receive on their Facebook fan page!


Click here to join the page and show your support.

WE WON! LockeStreetShops.com took home the Tourism Hamilton award for Tourism Website of the Year! Thanks to everyone who supported the site and congrats to all the other winners and nominees including Chuck’s Burger Bar, Sweetness Bakery and NaRoma Pizza Bar!


Click here to see the complete list of winners.

The Vintage Garden Tea Room was featured on the TV show Princess on the Slice Network! The episode features Spencer, the first ever male “Princess” and aired Monday, December 12th at 8:30pm on Slice TV.


In this series, Gail Vaz-Oxlade, host of the hit series Til Debt Do Us Part, tackles the newest generation of spoiled spenders. Over a six week period, Gail takes away these Princess’s credit cards, puts them on a cash diet and challenges them to start achieving goals. Using her no-nonsense tough talk, Gail confronts, cajoles and guides these spoiled Princesses as they transform into self-sufficient young women. Packed with Gail’s practical financial advice and compelling candidates, Princess is candid and entertaining viewing for a wide range of audiences.

You can watch episodes online at www.slice.ca.

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The Vintage Garden Tea Room is now selling tea online! Over 50 varieties of premium loose leaf tea for sale.


Not in the Hamilton area and need your tea fix? Check out the online shop:

www.tearoomscanada.com/TeaRoomsCanada/Shop.html


At he Vintage Garden you can also create a personalized gift basket! Choose from our wide variety of loose leaf teas, tea pots, strainers, measuring spoons, mugs and more. You choose the items and the price range and we wrap it up for you - how easy is that?


Can’t decide what to choose? We also have gift certificates in any denomination :)

Locke Street’s own Earth to Table Bread Bar was featured on You Gotta Eat Here! on the Food Network!


Click here to read the article on thespec.com!

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Congratulations to Eileen Tallach and Ten thousand Villages on Locke for their Sparkle Award at the BIA Awards Gala!


Eileen poses with Mayor Bratina, Councilor Whitehead and the CEO of the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce Keanin Loomis.