Tin Roof Teas operates from the Cameron Village Shopping Center, showcasing the Hinson family's love of high quality teas from around the globe. Over 250 teas await shoppers at this tea boutique, ranging from black to white, herbal to fruit, oolong to rooibos. Not satisfied to cover one subject completely, Tin Roof has also started carrying premium chocolates of equally diverse nationalities. Tin Roof Teas is a highly specialized tea boutique that is absolutely worth a stop for tea fanatics in the Raleigh area.
Be it a party or a job interview, this is where you should be shopping. The varied and hip collection of clothes and other accessories makes for the perfect shopping destination. Threads of style and quality are weaved together to make the finest and trendiest products. The ultimate shoppers' paradise for both men and women, American Eagle Outfitters will definitely exceed your expectations.
Hardware, imports, restaurants, banking, books, sports, food market, wine merchant, bike shop...the list goes on. You name it and it's in this shopping center. Having served the community for over 40 years, the center believes in customer satisfaction.
This enormous enclosed mall has two floors filled with hundreds of retail shops, services and restaurants. Find the latest fashions. Browse any one of over a dozen shoe stores. Shop for gifts, electronics, furniture, toys and books. A large food court and several restaurants on site keep shoppers energy levels up. Credit card acceptance varies by store.
This market is a watercolor painting come to life; row upon row of bushels full of green peppers, purple eggplant, red tomatoes, yellow squash and so much more. It's a treat for the eye and the stomach as local vendors hawk their wares with samples, offering a luscious chunk of peach or watermelon. After you've stocked up on produce, stroll to sections selling plants and flowers, confections and arts and crafts. If all this whets your appetite, there are two restaurants, one country-style, the other, seafood.
City Market, built in the early 1900s, still holds a lot of old world charm. Converted in 1988 to house shops, art galleries and restaurants, the original cobblestone streets, accented with period lampposts, are dotted with park benches. There is a festival atmosphere on the weekends, when the trees are lit in the evenings and live music plays on the streets. Couples holding hands stroll by while children dance and older folks sit tapping their toes. A trolley runs Thursday through Saturday nights, offering free transportation to other downtown locales.
Right from the start, it is apparent that this is no ordinary shoe store. In fact, it make take a few moments to absorb the luxurious surroundings, not to mention the poodle sniffing at your feet, before you even get to the shoes. But, oh the shoes! From business-only standard pumps (albeit the best in quality) to funky, colorful club-hopping sandals and everything in between, find them all here. They may not all be comfortable, but they are all stylish. Just remember, fashion and quality come at a price.
Fine custom furniture and contemporary lighting make up the basic offerings here, but there is so much more to see. An exciting visual arts gallery, Accipiter shows and sells the work of more than 500 national artists. Looking for that one-of-a-kind showcase piece? Find it here among unique paintings, glasswork, art furniture, sculptures and more. New art is brought in nearly everyday, so this is a different place every time you visit.
With an eye for the best the industry has to offer, Charlotte's offers a range of hand-crafted items, although its designer silver collection has put it on the map. Most everything can be engraved to add that personal touch. Items can be wrapped and mailed. The wide price variation of jewelry and gifts ensures that there is something for everyone here. Call for Sunday and Holiday hours.
This shopper's paradise has over 100 specialty shops, fine restaurants and cozy cafes tucked within beautiful landscaped grounds in historic Raleigh. Spend hours window shopping along the brick-lined covered walkway; find that perfect accent piece at Accipiter, grab a sandwich at the Village Deli and head over to the JC Raulston Arboretum for a peaceful lunch or enjoy dinner Al Fresco at one of several outdoor cafes.