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We have been going to Ogunquit for years and always make sure we visit Spoiled Rotten. Staff is always pleasant and helpful. Especially love Harrold he is like a fixture there. Every time we they have something new.
If I could give a 5+ this would be the place. I typically do not do reviews on shopping though this one definitely deserve one. I have been going to Maine for nine years two years ago I noticed the spot off the main drag...More
Eclectic; Off Beat; a Short Walk on the Wild Side - a few ways to describe this fun two-story shop on Beach Street in Ogunquit center. This is the kind of place you'd want to check out to buy something for that person who already...More
My wife, myself, my dad and stepmom stopped in this little shop as we were just randomly walking through the town trying to find the beach. We were passing through the area and stopped to get a bite to eat and just walk around a...More
The name may sound funny, but stop in and that is how you will be treated. Located on the Beach Road, this eclectic shop offers a wide variety of goods from edibles, beach gear, thoughtful signs, to original photo art (you may even meet the...More
Such fun experience! The staff is friendly and helpful and their expansive inventory makes you think of Christmas and all other holidays rolled into one. From their amazing scented candles, to yummy treats, cards, a really intense amount of gift options, you can't miss this...More
As soon as we walked in, we were offered a tea/vodka drink to sample which I thought was a nice touch. This shop sells some very unique, eclectic items and not the typical "souvenirs" you see in other shops. Even though we did not make...More
I went into the shop to see if they wanted to buy some of my Maine Coastal tea towels that I co-created with Thomas Veith. I was almost yelled at and told to leave. They weren't even that busy, however, I was very nice when...More