1360 Virginia Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30344
Phone: (404) 761-5201
Fax: (404) 763-9534
Poor Little Rich Girl is evidence that fashion repeats itself. Launched in 2007, owner's Mia and Wintter bring their eclectic style to the in-the-know store with hand-selections of timeless pieces from the 1980s and backwards. The thrifted assortment is inspired by art, music and cinema of the time and features an array of vintage clothing and jewelry. Browse through trendy scarves, jackets, gowns, boots and retro accessories, both wearable and affordable.
A host of vivid colors and styles appear from the thousands of shoes arranged on the walls at College Park Shoes. Racks of accessories are planted throughout the store, inviting guests to mix and match handbags, scarves and hats with their new shoe purchases. With a huge selection of both men's and women's shoes, College Park Shoes is a landmark for shoppers in the city.
Cartini Home is a must-visit store when in Hapeville. When here expect to see unique merchandise including quirky novelty objects and collectibles. An assortment of accessories, jewelry and home decor are arranged throughout the space. Promoting local artists and craftsmen across the state, all items for sale are made exclusively in Georgia. Every piece is a guaranteed one-of-a-kind and makes great gifts for special occasions. You won't leave empty handed!
Chapman Drug Company have been iconic pharmacists since their inception in 1923. The family-owned establishment prides themselves on their longstanding commitment to unrivaled customer service. Drop off your prescriptions and head to the drinks counter for delicious refreshments. They serve authentic milkshakes in a variety of flavors, in addition to ice cream soda and lemonade. Two scoop malt with peach and vanilla is a popular favorite.
Athlete's Foot is one of the most trusted names in America for footwear, this store's inventory of Nike, Reebok and Adidas goods is not to be found anywhere. It also carries a massive selection of socks, warm ups and miscellaneous accessories from Fila, Rockport, Converse and many others.
Value Village is a value for money department store. One of the most popular thrift stores with amny locations in town it is a delightful place to shop and pick up some handy items. You will only find quality new as well as secondhand items here for men women and children. All the items are priced as per their individual value and hence you tend to save more on each purchase. Browse through their sections of clothing, furniture, antiques, jewelry and more, you will find something that you will love and afford. Value Village also believes in recycling and reusing, thereby promoting a green environment.
You won't be coming here merely for a dozen eggs; this 146-acre (60-hectare) market is one of the largest in the world, one where any visit is a serious outing. The abundance of hen house eggs, fresh produce, smokehouse meats and bottled regional specialties make the market memorable. Inexpensive shrubs and plants are also available for the garden lover. And if you get an attack of the munchies, a Davis Brothers cafeteria serves up home-style meals. The market is located about 10 miles (16 kilometers) south of Atlanta.
This well-known name in the outerwear game stocks more coats, jackets and cold-weather gear than just about anyone, and is known for great prices. In addition to coats, the diverse stock features bath towels, soaps and accessories like bathroom rugs, tiles, candle holders, toothbrush holders, trash cans and shower curtains. Before you shop the major department stores, check at Burlington Coat Factory. You're liable to find most of the same fancy names at much friendlier prices.
Although it is a long way from the glamor of Buckhead, this complete mall brings a plethora of shopping options to Atlanta's southwest side. Pay a visit to such perennial shopping favorites as Foot Locker, B. Dalton Books, Pier 1 Imports or any of the other large national and local outlets. Home wares, fashions, shoes, appliances and just about anything you might need can be easily found, along with ample parking and a first-rate food court.
Just off the beaten path in southern Atlanta, Earthshaking Music has spanned the globe to bring home the finest in musical instruments, CDs, videos and sheet music from most cultures known to man. Choose from a wide selection of contemporary American instruments, such as drum kits and electric and acoustic guitars, or opt for a more exotic sounds like the Doumbek drums from the Middle East, tamburas and sitars from India, flutes or percussion items from Latin America. If you're the musical kind, this place is your heaven.
Celebrating Afro-American culture, the Shrine of The Black Madonna is a cultural center and bookstore in the West Side. It stocks best-selling books and also organizes book-readings and author-signings to encourage reading. Many cultural activities pertaining to the Afro-American section are also organized to spread awareness about the cultural ethos of the community. While here, explore the Black Holocaust Museum and the Karamu Art Gallery Red Room for some brilliant art work.
Although not as popular as big sisters Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, this Atlanta mall hardly plays second fiddle in retail selection. Choose from such diverse and popular shops as Payless Shoe Source, Radio Shack, Foot Locker, One Price Clothing, and Ashley Stewart. American Deli and Murphy's headline a group of fine dining options to nourish hungry shoppers, and such service industry outlets as Citizens Trust and A1 Art and Printing add the convenience of one-stop shopping.