This huge mall has had quite an impact on the shopping habits of Memphians. The four anchor stores are J.C. Penney's, Goldsmith's, Sears, and Dillard's. Other stores feature speciality items such as luggage and leather goods, bath and body products, eyewear and unique children's clothing. Places to eat in Wolfchase Galleria include Johnny Rockets, a 1950s theme restaurant, and a food court. The Malco Theatres complex on the second floor has nine movie theaters, all with stadium seating for better viewing.
Located right in the middle of a busy shopping center in Hickory Hill, this little neighborhood shop has a good selection of wines. While the selections tend toward the more popular labels, you can also find a nice variety of reds, whites, blushes and sparkling wines. Most of the wines are domestic, but you will find a diverse sampling from most European wine regions. The liquor selection also emphasizes popular brands but will still satisfy most customers. The small staff is friendly and willing to answer customer questions.
If the weather is too hot to get your exercise outside, come walk around this air conditioned mall a couple of times. Its one storey spreads out in three directions, with department stores (Sears, Goldsmith's and Dillard's) at the end of each leg. A circuit around the Hickory Ridge Mall takes you past a restored carousel from Italy, a stream and fountains in the atrium, and a sunken amphitheater with a moat. On the second trip around the mall, stop at the coffee bar in the middle of the atrium for a cappuccino or mocha freeze.
This is one-stop shopping for classic and premium toys for kids of all ages. The store features the full line of Brio wood building toys, along with some Lionel train toys. There is a whole section of Madeline dolls and accessories. Additionally, there is a nice selection of Lamaze early childhood development toys. You will also find many other items not typically found at mall toy stores, such as equestrian sets including hurdles for your toy horse to jump over, Snow White and gladiator costumes, tea sets, and collectible toy soldiers.
Although a sign on the door tells you this charming shop sells antiques, check out the art work, too. The antiques are just a small collection of furniture in a variety of eras, styles and functions. It's the artwork that makes this place worth a visit. Most of the displayed art is in the primitive or folk art genre and is delightful. Clay sculptures, as small as a pack of playing cards, to oil paintings large enough to dominate an entire wall are intriguing. Much of the art has a religious theme.
If you are looking for a custom club, you can get a fitting in the back of the shop. If you are looking for an off the rack club, hundreds of sizes and styles are available. Try out a new putter on the three-hole putting green inside the shop. Snoopy Junior Golf sets are available for children. For those looking to dress for the country club set, a large selection of men's and women's apparel is displayed on easy to reach racks. Other items include college sports collectibles and framed golfing memorabilia.
Pick out the perfect paper for your party, shower or wedding and have cards printed by the store, or use your own computer or calligraphy skills to make you own invitations. And while you are in the store, look at the nice selection of all-occasion cards, including pop-up cards and hand-made art cards and papers. You will also find fine writing supplies, calligraphy pens, Mont Blanc pens, quills and sealing wax. There is a small assortment of frames, boxes, letter openers, needlepoint pouches and other gift items.
A small table in the front window and the coffee bar in back serve visitors looking for a cup of their favorite blend. Beans from around the world are ready to be freshly ground to order. All the accessories are also available-coffee grinders, cappuccino machines and more. Artistic mugs featuring paintings from Andy Warhol to Botticelli are available. Chocolate fans will love the large Godiva Chocolate displays. Tea drinkers will find teas from black to green along with pots and tea sets. Other items include biscotti, crackers and candies.
A long narrow shop in an old strip mall, Chip-N-Dale's Antiques is the kind of place for treasure hunters to spend an afternoon. No particular theme can be discerned for most of the booths-any sort of antique might be found. A lot of furniture, old photographs and prints, and a few small tapestries can be found. Several booth spaces have religious prints. One display cabinet features a collection of swords and others have folding cameras dating back to the early twentieth century. Although the shop is not brightly lit, it has roomy enough aisles to move about and get a good look at the merchandise.
Do you have a coffeemaker in your hotel room, but would like something other than the hotel's pre-packaged blend? With service faster than a trip to the grocery store, this shop features over a dozen blends that can be freshly ground as you wait. While you're at it, you might also want to pick up some snacks, such as biscotti or Mississippi Cheese Straws (a crunchy, spicy Southern treat). Specialty foods are also here, such as anchovy-stuffed olives, jams from across the South and that Memphis favorite, barbeque sauces, ranging from sweet and smoky to three-alarm hot.
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