Econo Lodge & Suites
120 Seneca Rd
Greensboro, NC 27406
Phone: (336) 275-9575
Fax: (336) 275-9572
Located on the Glenwood Avenue, Glenwood Coffee & Books has evolved from a modest bookstore to a community creative space and a coffee shop. The success of any independent venture depends on the people behind it. And in this case it is Al Brilliant who opened the doors to a space that serves as a melting pot for artists, writers and performers. Today, this concept coffee shop and bookstore, is a well-known spot among locals who enjoy the organic coffee served and the plethora of books sold here. This cafe is vegan-friendly and also serves beer and pizzas. Concerts, meetings of community organizations, book launches and several other events held here, creates a vibrant buzz in the ambiance of this unique store. Call ahead to know more.
The Blue Diamond Gallery is a fine art gallery featuring new exhibits monthly from international, national and regional talent.
Mary's Antiques has been in business for 35 years, and is a staple of Greensboro's Elm Street. Of particular antiques, you will find more architectural elements like doors, shutters, mantels or other period hardware.
Right in the middle of downtown Greensboro is Rhyne's Corner Cupboard Antiques. For 35 years, the owners and staff of Rhyne's has been in the business of antiques, collectibles, decorative arts, and classic cars. The majority of the antiques you will find on-hand are American, but Rhyne's also carries antiques from more than 18 different countries. Surely, something will catch the eye of any antique head-hunter history-buff.
See numerous antique shops, pottery shops, and other unique stores featuring one-of-a-kind works of art while strolling through this revitalized commercial and industrial district.
Body art is serious business, and the art you put on your body can be pretty permanent. So it can only help to do some great research. The store runners at Ink Hollow are fully capable of some great tattoo artistry and at a great price.
Agnes Preston-Brame and Gary Brame are the antique aficionados and the proprietors of Jules Antiques & Fine Art. Along their travels they have amassed so many truly wonderful treasures. Their shop is a testament to that, and you can always be assured to find quality antiques and artwork when you step into the store.
Terra Blue is a relaxed shop with a new age atmosphere. You can peruse through the handmade jewelry, beads and beading supplies, and candles. These products, as well as just a cup of coffee and interacting with one another are meant to inspire and help you keep in touch with not only your own spirit, but with those others around you.
Offers camouflage clothing, t-shirts, hats, and military footwear for the family; camping, hiking, backpacking supplies and much more.
Just Be is a shop where you can find great quality in any number of jewelry, antiques, crafts, or other various pieces of art in a relaxing atmosphere. More specifically, Just Be is one of those stores whose purpose is to help you find the perfect gift, even for those people who are seemingly impossible to shop for. Their folksy products seek connect with your artistic and spiritual side, making them a one-of-a-kind purchase.
Located in downtown Greensboro, Design Archives sells gifts and clothing produced by over 70 local vendors. The buyers here place an emphasis and finding goods that are handmade and one-of-a-kind, meaning that you are unlikely to find what you purchase here anywhere else. Many of the goods are also vintage and have been repurposed for uses, meaning that your shopping trip here is also friendly to the environment.
A place where you will not only find great designer glasses frames, but also an art gallery and jeweler. Above all else, View on Elm's primary focus is all about eyewear. The style of the store is matched and is perfectly in sync with its owner, Becky Causey, who has gotten frames for her store as far and wide as New York, Paris, Munich and Barcelona.