3140 Moreland Ave.
Conley, GA 30288
Phone: (404) 363-6960
Fax: (404) 363-6961
3140 Moreland Ave., Conley, GA, US, 30288
- Phone: (404) 363-6960
- Fax: (404) 363-6961
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
The Gallery at South Dekalb is the perfect place in Decatur to take the whole family shopping. From department stores to movie theaters, restaurants to fast food joints, and computer supplies to book- stores, the 100 plus shops in the Gallery will keep everyone occupied, and it's relatively small size won't overwhelm.
A vintage clothing boutique, The Lucky Exchange has long racks stuffed with classic and used (but modern) apparel. The store may not be large, but it's practically overflowing with unique finds. Guys looking for 1950s cowboy shirts and girls in search of the ultimate 80s prom dress will find a haven at Lucky. Reasonable prices and a boutique atmosphere make Lucky a stand-out among its kind in the locality. A wide selection of ladies handbags, shoes and jewelry allow retro shoppers to complete their look.
Stock up on the daily rations at East Atlanta Village Farmers Market. Selling fresh farm produce, jams, jellies, bread and cheese at nominal rates, the market is a popular shopping destination for locals. The products are specially sourced directly from the farms. Walk down and pick a few supplies or just take in the local scene here.
The 1960s, 1970s and 1980s have all come and gone, but the styles haven't, at least at Thread Zeppelin they haven't. This vintage clothing shop is like no other, offering some classic clothes from those classic times. Thread Zeppelin carries all types of vintage clothing for men and women including shoes, bathing suits and formal wear. This ultra-retro spot is a sure stop for those with a mind for both fashion and economy.
A destination for literary shoppers in East Atlanta Village, this comfy bookstore not only sells a great selection of new and used titles, but also frequently hosts book discussions and author readings. Owner Jeff McCord is as helpful as he is friendly and more than willing to help you find a title among the shelves. If you stop by in the evening, you're likely to find a lively discussion of recent books. Time will fly by while you browse the packed shelves.
From basic grocery items to gourmet food finds, this eclectic shop and eatery has it all. Located in East Atlanta Village, Urban Cannibals Bodega + Bites is all about feeding the community in a healthy, sustainable way. The shop offers a variety of pantry staples plus Atlanta area specialty food items like Café Campesino coffee and AtlantaFresh yogurt. It's also a pick-up location for subscribers to its weekly CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) boxes. Finally, it's also just a place to grab a table and hang out. The shop offers daily lunch specials and freshly made sandwiches like the Urban Reuben or Vegan Tofu Salad. For those on the run, the shop offers a daily dinner entrée that you can order and pick up to go. - Rachel Quartarone