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Shop owner Erin Silvers opened the cutest hodgepodge antique joint on the corner of Beach Boulevard, hawking treasures from the 1920s onwards. Zingara means “gypsy” in Italian, and while Silvers has hosted many vintage pop-ups all over the coast, the clothes she sells are the real travelers. Grab threads from around the world, including ’60s dresses ($40) as well as island styles for men and old-school books and board games ($5–$50) for the kids (or big kids). Sift through retro art, housewares ($5–$500) and beach towels ($25–$75) circa 1950s, or just hang 10—there’s a comfortable lounge and vinyl room where an antique record player spins oldies by the Beach Boys.