Even though it didn’t open until 1978, Passport to Peru keeps alive the spirit of the Coventry Road of the ’60s and early ’70s, proudly boasting of its “hippie style bohemian fashion and accessories.” The pervasive smell of incense sets the mood. If you’re looking for a peasant-style blouse or ankle-length gauzy pleated skirt to wear to the next jam band fest, they’ve got it. If you want one of those India-print wall hangings for your apartment, they’ve got that too. Sterling silver jewelry, crystals, Birkenstock sandals, Tibetan singing bowls — check. Party like it’s 1969 and you’re at Woodstock.
1806 Coventry Road, Cleveland Heights