Founded by the infamous Jack White of the White Stripes, Third Man Records is a record shop, photo studio and recording studio. Produced by the man himself, most records found in the shop are recorded and pressed locally. The shop has a cult-like following with customers driving from out of state for the records and novelties offered here. Discover new music and unheard of music at this must see Nashville record shop.
Opened in 2005, this award-winning consignment store is one of the best in the area. The delightful collection has a lot of high-end labels at an affordable price range, and the carefully selected inventory reflects the current trends. The relaxed ambiance of the store makes you comfortable and gives ample time to go through the collection and find your pick. Head to Flip and pick up a Marc Ecko Blazer, or a True Religion Denim, and walk out in style!
Tucked inside a covered walkway on the Union Street, The Arcade offers a unique experience of shopping and dining inside more-that-a-century-old shopping arcade. Built in 1902, this shopping arcade has a number of shops selling flowers, gifts, candies, fresh fruits and many more things that you wouldn't enjoy shopping anywhere else in the city. The restaurants and cafes like The Peanut Shop, House of Pizza and Philips Deli are often crowded by the downtown office-goers who enjoy munching on post-lunch snacks here. Do not miss out on visiting the arcade during the first Saturday of the month as the galleries on the top floor open the doors for Art at the Arcade event for one and all. A must visit even if you are in Nashville for a day.
The Turnip Truck and Urban Fare Natural Market is the perfect place in The Gulch to grab an incredibly fresh and delicious take out meal or pick up the ingredients to make your own favorite recipe. The deli part of the restaurant offers daily sandwiches and soup specials such as carrot and rutabaga, lemon chicken and artichoke and yellow split pea. Menu options change according to the availability of fresh produce and the creative decisions of Chef Laura Wilson. The market offers visitors a wide variety of fresh, locally grown produce as well as a selection of other health food options and organic supplements. -Lynn-nore Chittom
The museum contains one of the world's largest showcase displays featuring hundreds of personal items from Willie and his many friends. Visit and you'll see tributes to Patsy Cline, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Faron Young, Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce, Marty Stuart, Connie Smith, Jeannie Seely and many other country music legends. The space also features Nashville's largest souvenir store where you'll find "one stop shopping" for all of your Nashville, Willie Nelson and country music related souvenirs.
Art Is Heaven is truly a haven for art lovers and amateurs alike. The showcased collection, here, includes original oil paintings which are fascinating enough to engage every mind and heart. Frameworks by Debbie Wingo, Milan and Vraun adorn the serene interiors of this store. Besides you can also have your piece of art designed with ready-made frames and mirrors. The experienced staff can provide more depth and splendor to your visionary art endeavors with custom-made frames. So come by to get involved in an awe-inspiring arty experience.
This shop is an enormous maze of wares featuring over 150 booths in a warehouse that stretches over 30,000 square feet. The booths include everything from old world antiques to vintage toys. Some booths specialize in retro and vintage clothing, while others include mostly 1950s and 1960s style kitchen wares. This eclectic mix is the perfect spot to find treasures from the mid-century to the present. The prices are excellent and the treasures are endless. Be sure to check out all of the individual nooks, especially the book rooms which include modern used books as well as videos.
If you are looking for all things retro, this is the antique shop for you. This fun and funky store features vintage furniture pieces from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, as well as all sorts of American classic kitsch bric-a-brac. Walking through the doors is like stepping back a few decades into the colorful tones of retro styles. In addition to furniture and classic collectibles, the store also offers a fabulous selection of vintage clothes, shoes and jewelry. This is the kind of shop that might make you say, "Oh, I had one of those!"
Flavor, though not exactly a niche store, stocks the latest in styles and trends for the music fashion industry which is why you may bump into your favorite pop diva or one of the upcoming country music singing sensations here. A unisex store, Flavor provides some of the best options on off beat and cult fashion. Their regulars swear by the variety they have to offer on rare and unique brands like True Religion, Joes Jeans, Antik Denim, AG, 7 and a whole lot of other labels.
Nothing adds character to a home or office like antique furniture and accessories, and no location has more antiques than Downtown Antique Mall. Housed in an old warehouse, this 13,000 square feet showplace is home to several antique dealers. You'll see hard-to-find items, such as furniture from the Art Deco period; Victorian furniture as well as local and regional originals are also sold.
The Little Cottage Toys is a delightful little toy shop
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Pembroke Antiques is a lovely little antique store and gift
shop located along the scenic route of Highway 100. The store is neatly arranged into settings with one item more beautiful than the next. This is a great place ...
This large warehouse style antique mall includes an eclectic mix
of vintage pieces organized by individual vendor. The shop offers a wide selection of antique furniture, glassware, dolls, linens, and collectibles. A number of vendors also offer a better ...