The Trolley Stop Market strives to keep the practice of selling locally made, fresh produce and goods alive. This farmers' market is managed by farmers, and supports local farmers and artisans who can find a welcoming reception of their products here, amid the chaos of mass produced goods that are abundant in supermarkets and malls today. A great place to bring the kids on a weekend, the Trolley Stop Market also sells homemade pizzas, which have become quite popular in the city. The market also hosts live musical performances from time to time, and ensures that the shows are family friendly. See the website or call to know more.
Southland Mall is a well known shopping destination among the locals. Housing over sixty shops and restaurant one must see why it wont be one of a rarer kind, it was the 'first enclosed mall' to be built in Memphis. Accessories, apparel, gift shop, salons, restaurants, jewellery, electronic, name it and you will find it here. Southland Mall simply serves as a total shopping destination and offers its premises on rent for various events.
This upscale store in downtown Memphis specializes in men's clothing. Its shirts and trousers give a great fit and look very formal. Join Shelton's Preferred Customer Program and get attractive discounts on all clothes. Whatever be the occasion, your wedding or a business meeting, Shelton will take care of all your wardrobe needs, shirts, suites, ties, just name it. Parking is available close by from the shop.
This smoke-filled shop, Memphis Tobacco Bowl, is a haven for downtown pipe and cigar smokers. Smokers can sit and play a game of chess or backgammon, or read one of the many magazines available from the store's newsstand. Others may indulge in the fading art of conversation while enjoying their smoke. The tobacconists are willing to chat with their patrons and offer advice on products. The owners are proud of this historic location, the building was built in 1913, and cite some of the more famous customers of their establishment over the years, such as William Faulkner and Vernon Presley, Elvis' dad.
A visit to Perez Cigar and Coffee Co is a must for any discerning cigar aficionado. Owner Otman Perez sells all major brands, along with his own brand (not available for purchase anywhere else) and the "Elvis" cigar, officially sanctioned by Graceland. Additionally, Perez brings in an authentic Cuban cigar roller with which you can make "legal" Cubans. Humidors, lighters and cigar cutters are also for sale. For the coffee lover, Perez sells his own brand as well as Arturo Fuente coffee. On Friday and Saturday nights, a band plays on the sidewalk, weather permitting!
Find a gift for yourself, your favorite chef or learn how to make new and exciting dishes. Viking Culinary Arts Center offers cooking demonstrations and classes for everyone. Sign up for a class in which you can participate or watch professional chefs demonstrate different techniques and products. Guest chefs come in from all over to demonstrate different styles of cooking from various regions. The store also sells a variety of professional products for any kitchen, from pots and pans to special spices and sauces.
The South Main Historic District, surrounding the recently renovated Central Station, is gradually becoming a haven for shops like Rainbow Works. Most of the wares here are made of glass, but all types, shapes, sizes and colors of glass. You will find antique stained glass from Europe, glass vases of unusual colors and shapes, glass lamp bases and forms of glass you may never have seen before. This is a must-see for those who appreciate the beauty of glass.
One of the few boutique type shops in the downtown area, Carabella's seems determined to fill the gap by offering all sorts of charming merchandise. Souvenir items such as the "grow-your-own" Cotton Plantation sit side by side with garden fountains, birthday cards and cigar humidors. Buy anything and the staff will find a way to package it for you, cheerfully and efficiently. This store demonstrates what "Southern hospitality" is all about and its location on Second makes it a great place to stop on your way to or from Beale Street.
Located in a the historic Pinch District of downtown Memphis, this mall is the most convenient antique shop for visitors staying downtown, situated just north of the Convention Center and directly opposite The Pyramid. It can be reached by taking the trolley to the Convention Center.Pinch Antique Mall consists of booths run by individual owners, so there is a wide variety of true antiques, secondhand furniture items and collectibles. Combine a trip to the mall with a visit to one of the restaurants or bars in the neighborhood.
This location is the original Mr. Peanut, complete with glasses and cane. Look for him in the window of this shop along the trolley line-he's been here since 1951, when the shop opened. Inside, you will find peanuts in every form you can imagine-in chocolate candy, peanut brittle, in the shell-as well as in some forms you have probably never encountered. You can also buy other kinds of nuts at The Peanut Shoppe, from pecans to pistachios. If you are not in the mood for nuts, try some of the popcorn from the old-time movie popcorn machine.
If the weather is too hot to get your exercise
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Whether you're looking for a poodle skirt from the 1950s
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This shop features traditional and specialty toys for children. You
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