Cheers & Welcome to Shelby House, home to Spirited Goods which features a carefully curated selection of products celebrating the cocktail & mocktail hour, entertaining at home, and gifts for all occasions.
Spirited Goods is open every day: Monday-Saturday, from 10am-6pm, and Sunday from 12-5pm. Shop hours change seasonally. You can give us a jingle at 505.216.0836.
Located at 220 Shelby Street, we are just steps away from the Historic Downtown Plaza—just head south from the SE corner of the Plaza and you’ll find us a about a block and a half away.
Shelby House also hosts private parties, charitable events, pop-up retail, workshops, and art exhibitions. Please visit our Happenings page to see what’s up next.
About the Founders
— About Liz Rees
A native New Yorker, Liz Rees produced upscale holiday markets and gourmet food festivals in New York City parks and public spaces for 10 years, including the popular Union Square Holiday Market before moving to Santa Fe in 2010. Liz enjoys entertaining at home and has volunteered extensively in the community. Shelby House combines her taste and talents, creating the perfect environment for one-of-a-kind hospitality and events.
— About Leon Morrison
Leon Morrison’s extensive design career includes branding, merchandising and consulting for some of America’s favorite companies— Neiman Marcus, CAST Wines, Sonoma, Ralph Lauren, Tucker’s Point in Bermuda, and Tommy Bahama—to name a few. Shelby House’s retail store focuses on the cocktail hour, entertaining at home and the art of gift giving—Leon’s latest offering in a long career of creative startups.
Store Manager, Katie Keener
Events Director, Jan Butchofsky
Social Media, Sharp Design Co. & Tira Howard
Publicity, The METTA Agency
Clients & Guests
World Women Work
Spratling De Mexico
Natalie Bovis, The Liquid Muse
HIPICO Santa Fe
WORTH New York
Cooking with Kids
Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Shop Dog Oz
Shop Dog Oz is a retired assistance dog and the official greeter of Shelby House. Like a lot of Santa Feans, Oz may be retired but he still loves to work and stay busy (when he’s not napping). If you happen to drop your glasses or your keys, he’ll pick them up for you in exchange for a smile and a thank-you (and maybe a little treat). Oz keeps the water bowl replenished and the snack jar full for Shelby House’s canine visitors. Oz may be retired, but he is a proud graduate of the Assistance Dogs of the West Program. You can support and learn more about this wonderful program here https://assistancedogsofthewest.org