McKay Used Books & CDs is the largest used book store in middle Tennessee. Having taken over the location of a former grocery store, McKay has aisle after aisle of used books of every imaginable genre. With bright fluorescent lighting McKay may not have the charm of the typical used-book store, but it more than makes up for it in selection. In addition to the huge array of used books, McKay also features an entire department of used DVD's, videos, computer games and CD's. McKay is a goldmine of treasures for the budget conscious music, movie or book fanatic and a great place to unload your own collection for sale or trade. - Lynn Chittom
Located east of Nashville, Crossville Outlet Center, lets you enjoy savings of 25% to 65% everyday. Find an impressive savings at 30 name brand outlet stores including Bass, Kasper, Liz Claiborne, Van Heusen, VF Outlet and many more. Tired after shopping? Head to Subway, for some wholesome sandwiches and appetizers! Visit their website for a complete list of stores, sales & event and more.
Ms B's has an eclectic selection of used books, CDs and DVDs in a quaint, clean and well-organized environment. The store itself was once a cottage house and the layout still bears a resemblance to the rooms of a home. The children's book room is cozy and inviting and includes a variety of books well sorted for all reading levels. The owner is very selective and most items are gently used contemporary titles with bargain prices. This shop is a real treasure among used bookstores.
At the Secret Garden you'll find racks filled with high quality, reasonably priced children's clothing-ranging from size 10 for newborns and divided by gender for easier shopping. This shop is a great find for the bargain-conscious shopper. The store is quite large and also includes a huge selection of toys, decorative items, essentials, children's furniture, maternity clothes and local handcrafted accessories. Designed with parents in mind, the middle of the store includes an enclosed area for children to play while Mom or Dad shop. The staff and owner are friendly and helpful, and the store is clean and well maintained, with a spacious dressing room for trying on bargains.
Catering to die hard anglers since 1957, this small, privately owned shop provides the local fisherman with a variety of bait options, a place to pick up a fishing license, and the perfect spot to find out about fishing conditions all around Old Hickory Lake. As for bait, the store offers minnows, crickets, night crawlers and more, as well as a wide assortment of fishing flies, including some which are tied on site by owner Mark Hewgley. In addition to bait and fishing gear, the shop also includes a small selection of Black Powder hunting gear.
Before you head to the greens, check out this discount pro shop. From a Big Bertha driver to Nike soft-spike shoes, you will find everything you need to play like a pro on an amateur's budget. And even if your game is less than ready for the PGA tour, you can look like a pro with the latest in golf clothing and accessories. Let the staff custom fit a set of irons or sign up for a few lessons to correct that slice.
Satisfy your intellect and coffee cravings at this largest bookseller in Brentwood. Barnes & Noble, part of a national chain, offers a big selection of books, which are displayed in handsome oak shelves reminiscent of a university library. The Starbucks coffee shop in the middle of the store serves up fresh, hot cappuccino and espresso. Additionally, reading clubs and music lovers often meet here to discuss their latest reads or to listen to the music of local artists.
They may not write the checks, but they have a store to call their own. Dogs, cats, birds, snakes and all other types of pets are invited to bring their owners to Animal City, a store in Murfreesboro. Your pets will love spending the afternoon shopping for toys and tasty treats. The store boasts over 10,000 square feet of pet supplies, including food, clothes, toys, healthcare products and more.
Franklin is filled with buildings of historical significance. One of these structures is The Factory. This was the former home of the Dortch Stove Works, Magic Chef, and later the Jamison Bedding Company. A National Historic Landmark, it is now home to shopping and meeting spaces. Specialty shops such as art galleries, fashion boutiques and photographer's studios fill the storefronts inside. Meeting space is available in three areas, accommodating up to 5,000 people and perfect for a wedding or business conference.
This friendly Goodlettsville Antique Mall, located 14 miles north of the city, is a favorite among both local folks and visitors to the area. It features more than a dozen antique and craft stores in one location. You can easily spend half a day browsing through the wide variety of antique furnishings, home accessories, accent pieces and collectibles. Shoppers will appreciate the great selection combined with the convenience of one-stop 'antiquing'.