Mondawmin Mall is one popular place to shop, eat and be entertained at. The mall was built 50 years ago and was one of the first ones to have such a range of facilities. Over the years the mall has added thousands of square feet to its existing retailing space. Apart from shopping and dining a variety of fun events also take place here, which make the mall a great place to hang out in.
If antiques are your craze, then a visit to this store will only intensify it. Spread over an area of more than 10,000 square feet, it is a fantastic display of unique and rare artworks. Porcelain, furnishings, silver, clocks and lots more adorn the interiors. More than 30 top dealers showcase their collections here. Come and get an insight into the rich designs and styles of yesteryear, and learn of past artistic tradition.
Although you'll find everything from cookbooks to travel guides here, this store specializes in old, rare and used books by well-known authors. If you're looking for a first edition or collectible book, this is the place to come. This four-story book shop boasts some 85,000 titles, including a first edition of Moby Dick (spotted on a recent visit) and relics from as far back as the 15th century. The shop encourages browsing and offers something for every budget, from half-price paperbacks to rare and costly books.
This cozy bookshop caters to wealthy collectors. As the name implies, you'll find books and manuscripts from the 1800s. There's also a selection of works by H.L. Mencken and Edgar Allan Poe, as well as rare copies of works by Robert Browning and Lewis Carroll. The shop specializes in offering first edition copies of books by this century's notable authors, including Henry Miller and J.D. Salinger. The shop also offers other items of historical interest. A recent offering: textile samples from the 1770s and 1780s. The store welcomes visitors by appointment.
Though it's a bit of a drive from downtown, original Rotunda Wine & Spirits is now The Wine Source and worth the effort. This fine wine shop is located in a small mall near Johns Hopkins University and neighbors a small movie theater (usually showing foreign or respected new films), bookstore and small shops. You'll find plenty of special occasion wines at affordable prices. The clerks here love what they do and they're only too happy to educate you about wine.
Mall In Columbia is a shopping experience with something for everyone, including Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom's department stores, Crabtree & Evelyn, Eddie Bauer and GameStop. The AMC Theaters, food court, and restaurants including Champ's, PF Chang's, and Pizzeria Uno provide a relaxing respite from shopping when you need it.
Hey all you surfers, head to this happening spot for all your sport needs! Fells Point Surf Company is 'the' place to be in when it comes to shopping for the latest sport accessories and clothing. And surfing is not the only sport it caters to-skiing and skating gear is also available. Come loaded with cash, as you might not be able to resist buying some of the stuff. So next time, along with your moves, go ahead and flaunt some of the latest in sports gear.
With highlights like Cactus Willie's Steak Buffet & Bakery, Seoul Plaza and the AMC Theatres, which shopper could resist a visit to this non-run-of-the-mall? Get bundled up for winter at Burlington Coat Factory or ready for the big game at Modell's Sporting Goods. Food options are plentiful with such tasty treats as The Taco Maker and Ming Tree. For movie enthusiasts, there is the Security Square 8 located on the premises. For further details check the website.
Come to the Sandarac Gallery that hosts a unique collection of contemporary and ethnic arts and crafts from all over the world. The Gallery includes a variety of ceramics, jewelry, fabrics and antiques, particularly from Asia and the Middle East. American art also finds place on the shelves of Sandarac Gallery. This fantastic gallery rents as well as sells art and selected crafts.
"Literary Finds for Mutated Minds. This is the sign that welcomes visitors to this bookshop, a haven for counter-culture fans and would-be revolutionaries. The store's inventory includes comic books, magazines on conspiracy theories and body art, and B-film videos. You'll also find an odd collection of action figures, from Ozzy Osbourne to Kiss, and plastic replicas of Van Gogh's ear.
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