Edward McKay Used Books & More is a local chain that offers great deals on used media. Be it books, compact discs, vinyl records, DVDs, video games or blu rays, shopper here will find quality goods at rock bottom prices. Before putting these used goods on their shelves, Edward McKay Used Books & More makes sure that everything they sell is in perfect working condition. You can also sell back your unwanted books, music and movies here.
Just Be is a shop where you can find great quality in any number of jewelry, antiques, crafts, or other various pieces of art in a relaxing atmosphere. More specifically, Just Be is one of those stores whose purpose is to help you find the perfect gift, even for those people who are seemingly impossible to shop for. Their folksy products seek connect with your artistic and spiritual side, making them a one-of-a-kind purchase.
The Friendly Center plays host to a plethora of clothing boutiques for everyone in the family. On the open-air premises, shoppers will find such businesses as the Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa, restaurants like PF Chang's and Fleming's Steakhouse, and everything from bookstores and shoe stores to a movie theater. The whole family is bound to find exactly what they need, making the Friendly Center a one-stop-shopping center
Located in downtown Greensboro, Design Archives sells gifts and clothing produced by over 70 local vendors. The buyers here place an emphasis and finding goods that are handmade and one-of-a-kind, meaning that you are unlikely to find what you purchase here anywhere else. Many of the goods are also vintage and have been repurposed for uses, meaning that your shopping trip here is also friendly to the environment.
Simply Meg's was founded in 2007 by Meg Wilkins Strader. Today, it is still a family-run business that strives to provide fashionable clothing and accessories for their customers. Their love for fashion really shines through when browsing through their women's clothing collection, which has been assembled with the utmost care. If you are looking to improve your wardrobe, you can do no better than visiting this friendly store.
The Four Seasons Town Centre is the perfect place for teens and adults to shop 'til they drop. The center contains major stores like a JC Penny, Dillards, Belk, and many boutiques. Children will enjoy the Build-a-Bear shop, and shops like Abercrombie and Journeys will keep the teens happy. Crowd-pleasing restaurants like M&M Soulfood provide the necessary fuel to keep on shopping.
For 65 years, Moore Music Company has serviced Greensboro, NC. First as piano storage center and other technical work, but through the years and up til now it is a full fledged music retail store filled with many instruments. You can either purchase or rent instruments, and you can also come for lessons, or have something repaired. Sheet music is also available.
A unique shop, for sure. Mary Contrary is filled with wonderful little arts, crafts and knick-knacks. Shop owner Mary Wasse's foremost goal is that you come away from her store with something that is meant to inspire you or for whoever it is you're shopping for. So should you be just browsing for fragrances, soaps, candles, little trinkets, or even linen and bedding, you never really know what could strike your fancy.
The Honey Bun Boutique is a shop for the full-figured woman. These designs bring out and accentuate the curves on a woman's body either in dresses, tops, acessories or even clothing that's custom made. A few of the brand labels to be found in-store include Kiyonna, Band Lu and Rosalyn Womack.
A place where you will not only find great designer glasses frames, but also an art gallery and jeweler. Above all else, View on Elm's primary focus is all about eyewear. The style of the store is matched and is perfectly in sync with its owner, Becky Causey, who has gotten frames for her store as far and wide as New York, Paris, Munich and Barcelona.