Econo Lodge Stone Mountain
1820 Mountain Ind. Blvd.
Tucker, GA 30084
Phone: (770) 939-8440
Fax: (770) 934-1575
1820 Mountain Ind. Blvd., Tucker, GA, US, 30084
- Phone: (770) 939-8440
- Fax: (770) 934-1575
Is kitsch the king, or is Elvis? Decide for yourself at this specialty store in Stone Mountain, a gold mine for collectors and decorators who pine for the 1950s. Although the shop deals in all kinds of antiques, the bulk of the inventory is dedicated to cultural artifacts from the days of the poodle skirt. You'll find such nostalgic items as antique Coca-Cola advertisements, vintage jukeboxes, vinyl stools, pedal cars and other toys, even an enviable stock of period clothing. Restoration service is available, and trade-ins are always welcomed.
Named Gwinnett's best wine shop in 1998, Smokerise offers local service with a metropolitan selection. The staff has a broad base of knowledge about wines and beers, and are always eager to share their insight with inquisitive customers. These booze professionals stock over 500 different kinds of wine along with specialty beers, cigars and liquor. Smokerise will also be happy to fit wine pairings with menus or help plan your next event.
Located on Atlanta's northeast side, about 15 minutes from downtown via Interstate 85, this practical mall is filled with sensible stores. You won't find the glitzy Buckhead brand shopping, but there are plenty of opportunities to browse national chains and specialty shops. Northlake Mall is anchored by Macy's, Sears and JC Penney, and also features a comprehensive food court with plenty of fast food choices.
Just about a half mile inside the Perimeter (Interstate 285), this reliable collection of shops and restaurants brings a well-placed shopping center to the relatively sparse commercial landscape on Atlanta's east side. Such popular mall stores as the Gap, Old Navy, and Best Buy stand out, and many larger retail outlets linger nearby on the periphery, such as interior specialist Pier 1 Imports. Ample outdoor parking is available, plus numerous dining options to select from after a tiring day shopping are available here.
Hop on your camel and trot on down to Leon International, an absolute bright spot in a desert of fast food places. This bakery and specialty foods market serves up exquisite Middle Eastern favorites. You will find a wide variety of tempting Arabic jams, breads, pastries, exotic coffees, nuts and grains from distant places. If you can't make it in to the charming shop, do the next best thing and order online from Leon's website.
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.
This boutique is everything a would-be bride needs. From bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses and flower girl outfits to accessories, New Natalie's Bridals has it all covered. With an impressive collection and covering different sizes, you can customize your gown as well. If you are unsure, seek the advice of their bridal consultants who will guide you to the right choice. Appointments are strongly encouraged, but walk-ins are also welcome.
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.
You will find a little bit of everything from all over the world while at this antique market that features over 200 booths offering items such as collectibles, antiques, jewelry, furniture, and crafts.
Established in 1983 in an apartment, Jewel Creations offers unique granulation jewelry as well as customized ones. Now located in an elegant space, they also appraise and restore jewelry. Browse through their striking pieces or give them an idea of what you want, you will surely won't be disappointed.
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.