While there aren't many shopping opportunities in Medford or Broening, travel west about two miles and you'll find the Shops at Canton
Crossing. Spend the day bouncing from name-brand stores like Old Navy, DSW and ULTA Beauty to chain eateries like Red Robin and Jimmy John's. Stop into Canton Crossing Wine & Spirits for a free wine, beer or spirit tasting and discover a new, hand-picked wine from their selection of over 800.
Take a trip to the heart of Baltimore and you'll discover the artsy neighborhood of Hampden
Village. This area is full of culture, which is well-reflected in its many shops. Take a stroll down 36th Street (and the streets surrounding it) and you'll find antique stores, art galleries, clothing shops, food markets, jewelry stores and more.
Other notable shopping areas in Baltimore include Inner Harbor, Roland Park
and Mount Vernon, all less than 10 miles from the Medford-Broening area.
When it comes to basic groceries, Broening has a Royal Farms on Holabird Avenue and a Foodways on Broening Highway. For a larger supermarket, you can find a Safeway less than three miles to the west. There are a number of farmers markets available in the city, including the Pratt Street Farmers Market in downtown Baltimore (open on Thursday, June through September) and the Waverly Farmers Market in Charles Village (open on Saturday year-round).