Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
639 Franklin Road SE
Marietta, GA 30067
Phone: (678) 355-5050
Fax: (770) 794-3335
Oddly enough, the exotic sport of scuba diving has a massive following in the Atlanta area, and this aptly named shop is just one of many that cater to this fast growing, universal passion. Offering a full range of supplies, from masks, fins and snorkels to tanks, regulators, and specialty equipment, Divers Supply can outfit anyone from beginner to a diving expert with everything they need. Divers Supply also offers full instruction, classes, and certification courses for all levels of expertise. In addition, the shop sponsors periodic dive excursions to various destinations around the world.
When it's time to get serious about getting in shape, it's time to visit the experts at Fitness Depot. Since 1982, these pros have been guiding the fit and the aspiring fit of Atlanta, providing new and used workout equipment at reasonable prices. Dumbbells, curl bars, bench presses, lat machines, and several full lines of workout machines and apparatus are available at the Marietta showroom. Stop by today for a free consultation, and learn how affordable it can be to bring the gym to you.
For more than 30 years, the Syms name has been synonymous with great buys on all the best designer fashion for men and women. Everything from business suits, skirts, dresses, ties, and formal wear to casual and recreational gear is represented in a wide variety of sizes, and most of it is the same kind of items you'll find at the big department stores in Buckhead at much steeper prices. Trendy shoes, ties, jewelry and accessories are also available.
Owners Shae and Gwenda take great pride in their selection of antique fine art, but perhaps even more in their fine reputation for service. This neat shop provides full restoration, framing and appraisal service for all your fine art, including custom canvases, glass and mirrors. As members of the International Society of Appraisers, their work is reliable and their word trustworthy. Since 1982, Avery has been high on the list of Cobb County denizens with an eye toward restoration. The Avery Gallery also buys antique paintings, prints, frames and sculpture.
Sherlock's is a full-service wine and beer shop with a wide selection and very attentive service. The expert staff here is particularly apt at matching the perfect wine with your planned menus, or their event planning service will happily take charge of every aspect of your party. This complete shop carries hard to find beers and an enviable selection of cigars as well. Sherlock's has several other locations; check their website for listings.
This complete shop near suburban Marietta has everything you need to start, maintain or put the finishing touches on any fine collection. A large stock of the popular new statehood quarters is available, as well as many fine and rare coins from the US and around the world. Robinson's also carries hobby supplies, selected items of antique memorabilia, and marbles for three cents apiece. Fax, notary public, and Western Union service are also on hand, as well as Motorola beepers.
This delightful shop in downtown Marietta sits right across from the historic town square, and thus the name. It offers an enviable collection of 19th-and 20th-century furniture, decorative arts, collectibles and nostalgia for your perusal, and does a brisk business with locals and visitors alike. If you're in the market to sell a piece or are simply curious about what one might bring, stop by. The owner is always willing to buy or consign antiques and early collectibles, and always gives a fair price.
This deep storefront on Marietta's historic square is a veritable warehouse of fun, costumes and trickery for kids of all ages. In addition to being a fine magic shop, Eddie's carries just about every style of costume, mask, make up and Halloween accessory known to man or Hollywood, all available for rent or purchase. Most elaborate costumes rent for USD40, but less expensive options are also available, as well as juggling supplies and plenty of novelty gags. And yes, the store carries both fake vomit and the every popular Whoopee cushion.
Center Stage II is widely considered Atlanta's most complete dancewear shop, and a visit will quickly show why. Located at the back of a long, narrow store that it shares with Eddie's Trick Shop, this complete outlet carries tons of leotards, shoes, bodywear and dance ensembles for all ages and all levels of performers. A nice selection of kids' clothing is also highlighted, as well as backpacks and other necessary accessories.
Jeweler On The Square on Marietta Square is a lamp lover's delight. In addition to fine Tiffany lamps and selected stained glass fixtures, you'll find Italian poster advertisements for cigars and liqueurs, some very nice antique furniture and curiosities, and various charming appointments. Of course, the store is not a jeweler in name alone. A great collection of estate jewelry is cared for by a qualified gemologist, handsomely displayed in the front room.
Since 1995, owner Harry DuPree has put forth an ensemble cast representing the merchandise of over 90 dealers of antique furniture, clocks, jewelry, collectible porcelain, glassware and decorative accessories. The showroom is a crowded maze of wonderful items, ranging in price from very reasonable to nearly outlandish. If you're in the market for antiques of any kind, this is one market that's worth a special trip. While you're there, check out the amazing 19th-century safe, which has stood in the back room since the building was built.
This neat old storefront on historic Marietta Square hides quite a messy shop, filled with everything you'll need to jump into the exciting world of stamp art. The shop also carries a wide range of papers, inks and other essential and non-essential art supplies. Not familiar with the new stamp art craze? Stop in for a quick briefing, and get underway today.