4600 Glenwood Rd.
Decatur, GA 30035
Phone: (404) 289-4940
Fax: (404) 564-0148
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 veritable treasure trove for music lovers, Sunbrimmer Records is a friendly shop that stocks a vast and varied collection of new and used vinyl records. Boasting the kind of genuine customer service that only small businesses can, Sunbrimmer Records is sure to delight you with not only its collection, but also the exceptional care you are sure to receive. The store also buys and trades, so bring your old records along for a deal on new discoveries.
This tidy consignment boutique on Atlanta's east side offers a selection not normally found in most stores of its kind. Specializing in gently used children's clothing, toys, maternity goods and nursing clothing, Jack and Jill caters largely to new and expecting mother. Stop by and see owner Jill Joyner Bush for a tour of some of the most affordable children's and women's fashion to be found in town.
Take home premium crafted beer at The Beer Growler. It offers 40 kinds of tap beer and a selection of ciders and sodas to enliven your parties and events. Some popular flavors include the Wild Heaven, a mix of fruits and spice and the Wrecking Bar with hints of chocolate and coffee. With a stunning variety of beers, ciders and sodas to choose from, one would surely have a hard time selecting one.
This comprehensive market features a little of just about everything. Covering more than two football fields worth of space, the stock represents the best produce of regional farmers. In addition to the fresh and varied produce, you'll find over 450 varieties of seafood, flowers from all over the globe, freshly-made pastas, and meats and cheeses from the largest deli market in the Southeast. The bakery section features 150 varieties of breads, rolls and grain products, while the wine area offers selections from more than 1500 labels.
When it's time to save money, treat yourself to a treasure hunt at Last Chance Thrift Store. The inventories vary considerably from week to week, but always provide a nice assortment of clothing, books, home items and just about everything department stores carry. Be sure to stop by on a Monday, if possible, when everything in the store is half price.
Mingei World Arts has a humongous collection of some of the rarest and finest antiques, folk art and crafts. Whether you are looking for silver from Thailand, a vintage Bollywood poster from India or wood carvings of fanciful animals from Mexico, it's all here. Mingei also stocks Rajasthani pendants with tribal designs, ink drawings, ceramic figures, antique Buddhas and Ganeshas. You will also find Chinese lamps, embroidered textile, mirrored bags and much more. Make a trip to this exotic store ; you shall come back for more.
This little gift shop has a wide variety of items to suit all tastes, and at very reasonable prices. There is a great gift card selection, and the helpful staff can help you find anything from John Deere merchandise to dog clothes. Taste is also a good choice for "foodie" gifts, with attractive kitchen supplies and gourmet food products. Stop in to find that perfect gift, or treat yourself to something nice!
Wander through an historic house while browsing through Blue Moon's unique gift selections. In addition to the many new items for sale, there are also antiques scattered throughout the shop, giving the entire place a homey feel. The house is packed from floor to ceiling with merchandise: stationary, soaps, decorative items, jewelry, and many gifts hand-crafted by local artists are just some of the offerings available. Garden ornaments abound, and many of them are on display in the front yard of the shop. Don't forget to walk up the appropriately creaky staircase to see the rest of Blue Moon's offerings.
Located in Decatur Square, Sq/Ft is a small boutique that offers unique clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children. The decor is on the industrial side with exposed brick walls displaying the artwork from the building's past life as a paint and dry goods shop. The walls are lined with shoe cabinets which hold various sizes of the stylish shoes. Shoppers here will find funky, off the beaten path items like a boom-box printed tote, steam-punk accessories and handmade postcards. Mainstream products can be bought here as well such as branded jeans, silk-screen printed t-shirts and other locally designed apparel.
The clothing lines at Squash Blossom are simple and straightforward. Although stylish and fun, most garments are comprised of cottons and linens, natural fabrics that make their own statement of style. A clientele of no-nonsense women is known to shop here for basic necessities, including khakis, jeans, casual dresses, nubby cotton sweaters and various accessories. Prices here are kept moderate for these dependable wardrobe basics. A nice assortment of shoes, bags and jewelry is also available.
Quite possibly the ultimate bookstore for children, the Little Shop of Stories is a whimsical shop with children's titles, décor inspired by children's literature and a long list of special events. Story time is held three times each week: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Little Shop of Stories also features workshops, activities and special appearances by local writers and storytellers. The shop's website keeps their calendar of events up to date. Little Shop of Stories is also a staple of the immensely popular Decatur Book Festival each year.