“There were shelves upon shelves of the most succulent-looking sweets
imaginable. Creamy chunks of nougat, shimmering pink squares of coconut ice,
fat, honey-colored toffees; hundreds of different kinds of chocolate in neat
rows; there was a large barrel of Every Flavor Beans, and another of Fizzing
Whizbees, the levitating sherbert balls that Ron had mentioned; along yet
another wall were “Special Effects” sweets: Droobles Best Blowing Gum (which
filled a room with bluebell-colored bubbles that refused to pop for days), the
strange, splintery Toothflossing Stringmints, tiny black Pepper Imps (“breathe
fire for your friends!”), Ice Mice (“hear your teeth chatter and
squeak!”), peppermint creams shaped like toads (“hop realistically in the
stomach!”), fragile, sugar-spun quills, and exploding bonbons.”
-Post Office “Atleast 300 owls, from Great Grays right down to tiny little Scops owls (“Local Deliveries Only”), which were so small they could have sat in the palm of Harry’s hand.” The owls are all color-coded depending on how fast you want your letter to get there.
-Zonko’s Joke Shop Sells all sorts of magical prank items including; Dungbombs, Hiccup Sweets, Frog Spawn Soap, and Nose-Biting Teacups.
-Shrieking Shack "The most haunted dwelling in Britain". It stands "a little above the rest of the village of Hogsmeade and even in daylight [it is] slightly creepy, with its boarded windows and dank overgrown garden." This is where Lupin used to hide out during his werewolf transformations.
-Three Broomsticks A tiny inn that is usually warm, noisy, and smoky. Madam Rosmerta works here.
-Dervish and Banges Wizarding Equipment Sells magical equipment and other assorted items.
-Gladrags Wizard Wear Sells a variety of wizarding clothing. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, at Gladrags, Harry buys Dobby several pairs of lurid socks to thank him for helping him with the 2nd Task.
-Hog's Head Comprised of "one small, dingy, and very dirty room that smelled strongly of something that might have been goats. The bar windows were so encrusted with grime that very little daylight could permeate the room, which was lit instead with stubs of candles sitting on rough wooden tables. The floor seemed at first glance to be earthy, though as Harry stepped onto it he realized that there was stone beneath what seemed to be the accumulated filth of centuries." "Yeh get a lot o' funny folk in the Hog's Head".
-Madam Puddifoot's I tiny, steamy, tea shop that is decorated with frills and bows. Harry and Cho go here on their 'date' in the 5th book.
-Scrivenshaft's There is not any information available for this shop, though it is mentioned on page 559 of the American Edition of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
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