Luxury shops and little boutiques cater to all tastes in the historical centre, a semipedestrian precinct which is Strasbourg's main shopping area. Rue des Grandes Arcades, between Place Kléber and Place Gutenberg, is your best bet for clothes, gifts and decoration. All the alleys starting from these streets are cram full of small shops too. Further east starts "le carré d'or", between Rue du dôme and Rue des Orfèvres, where main luxury stores (fashion, perfumeries, jeweller's...) are clustered. You can also find there some of the finest Strasbourg's groceries, with foie gras, liqueurs, kougelhopfs, macaroons, gingerbread and many other traditional biscuits. Coco LM, rue du dôme, is one of the most famous biscuit shops. A market and a massive shopping centre with two carparks are also located "place des Halles", north of the historical centre. It's a great place for getting all your shopping done under the same roof, from food to computers and sportswears. Last but not least, you can't leave Strasbourg's region without a visit to the Riesling, Sylvaner and other Tokay Pinot gris vineyards, which stretch around the city. Cellars sell their own wines after tasting and prices are generally cheaper than in wine shops of the centre.