Housed within the Regalia Shopping Center, Oak Hall gives as much importance to style as it does to the quality of the fabric and its brand name. The owners know it is necessary to pay attention to every cut and nuance of an outfit to make it look elegant and unique. No wonder tailor-made creations of this store in Memphis have made their own statements, since the store was first established in 1859. So if you want your look to be a balanced blend of trendy fashion and eye-catching grace, get your dress stitched at Oak Hall. Visit the website for a list of available brands.
This shop offers a lot more than the name implies. Having grown to fill three small storefronts in the heart of the University of Memphis business district, the shelves, tables and walls are jam packed with collectibles. Thousands of bagged and boxed comics are sorted by title along with old magazines, such as a 1940 issue of Life Magazine detailing the rise of Germany. Movie posters, original and reproductions spanning the history of the cinema, books including old dime novels and even used CDs and videotapes fill the displays. You will also find other items such as rock music collectibles and toys.
Not just a bookstore, this is a treasure-land for the child with imagination. The wonderful collection of intricate, well-made puppets is sure to amuse any child, as well as the child in you. The store stocks a collection of toys that are hard to find at the generic mall shops, and books are carefully chosen for the quality of the writing and artwork. This is a great place to buy a gift to take home to your child, which will be loved for years.
Situated in the corner of a strip mall, this small store has a full selection of liquors. The wine selection is good, with an emphasis on popular, inexpensive choices. You will find mostly domestic labels represented, but a few imports also round out the selections. This is a neighborhood shop, not a warehouse store, with a friendly staff that is ready to help the inexperienced customer. The stock is well presented on easy-to-view shelves with plenty of room to move about. For the person not looking for something out of the ordinary, the service and convenience makes this a good choice.
This funky and trendy shop specializes in hip, slinky, sexy styles for women: tank tops with the narrow straps, sequinned bodices and shiny or animal print fabrics. Additionally, you will find a variety of exciting accessories. Do not come to Caché for a subdued wardrobe; these are clothes for those times when you want to make a splash, to be noticed and admired. Caché advertises that it always has a sale going on, with prices marked down 25-75 percent.
Wide aisles and an almost warehouse-size selection are the hallmarks of this brightly lit store. It is situated in the heart of Memphis' newest and most popular shopping area, across the street from the Wolfchase Galleria Mall. Large signs identify wines by country-Australia, Italy, France and also by type-dessert, merlot, chardonnay. One entire wall of the store is occupied by a refrigerator case filled with numerous wines. You will find a small, but varied selection of liquors including the famous Tennessee whiskey, Jack Daniels. This is basically a wine supermarket, modern and well lighted, with a cashier on duty.
If you have Pokémon fever, check out this place. If you are more interested in sports than Pikachu, this place has baseball cards, new sets along with some older and collectible cards. The store carries basketball and football cards, as well. In the comics section, you will find the latest titles from Marvel, DC and some independent publishers, as well as collectible books, such as a framed copy of Silver Surfer Issue 1. There are also T-shirts, Star Wars stuff and cards and accessories for role-playing games such as Magic.
Model railroad enthusiasts will be in heaven in this store. The owner keeps an "
"O gauge set of trains up and, when he has the time to watch over them, running in the front of the store. An impressive selection of Lionel and other brands of trains, tracks and accessories fills the front third of the shop. As you work your way to the back, you will find model kits, games and puzzles. Paints, glues, wood and metal parts can also be found. Additionally, radio controlled (R/C) planes and trucks are on offer. Many parts for R/C trucks are also in stock.
The roomy aisles wind among the various vendors' areas in this sprawling market selling antiques and reproductions. Furniture, paintings, light fixtures and other large items are on display, but the majority are knick-knacks from the US, Europe, and Asia. Figurines of all sorts - piggy banks and antique ashtrays sought by collectors and decorators - can be found throughout the market. One small room features used books, another is stocked with Christmas items and shelves full of teddy bears which rounds out this shop's eclectic collection.
This shop offers a broad selection of artists' brushes, including red sable and synthetic, and also a complete line of brushes for faux finishes. Custom framing is done on premises, offering museum quality rag board and conservation glass, along with a selection of custom frames. The store also offers classes for kid's ages eight-fourteen on Saturdays from 10:30a-noon. Sessions covering activities such as handmade books, tie-dying and beaded jewelry.
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