Even though Memphis is flat and surrounded by cotton fields, this haven for outdoors enthusiasts can fit you with snow skis and a snowsuit. Every nook and cranny is filled with all the equipment and toys for outdoor adventures. From D-rings for rappelling to backpacks to canoes, Outdoors Inc. has it all. The parking lot in front is small and crowded, but there are often additional spaces behind the store.
Tree-lined streets make Carriage Crossing a pleasant place to walk around. Take a stroll and shop at over 70 stores, including Banana Republic, Express, Gap, and Sephora. If you work up an appetite during your shopping excursion, you can grab a bite to eat at restaurants like Red Robin, Bonefish Grill, Carrabba's Italian Grill, and Milano's Pizza.
This huge mall has had quite an impact on the shopping habits of Memphis residents. The four anchor stores are J.C. Penney's, Goldsmith's, Sears, and Dillard's. Other stores feature specialty items such as luggage and leather goods, bath and body products, eye wear and unique children's clothing. The Malco Theatres complex on the second floor has nine movie theaters, all with stadium seating for better viewing.
Started by a trader when the city was just a crossing point on the Mississippi River, Macy's Oak Court is a Memphis tradition. It is now owned by one of the larger chains, but it continues in its role as one of Memphis' most upscale department stores. It has a particularly good furniture and housewares section, with a comprehensive selection of fine rugs. All of Memphis turns out for Macy's One Day Sales. Stop by the cosmetics department for a consultation, or visit the beauty salon within the store.
This small shop has been owned and operated by the same family since 1965. What you will find here is some of the friendliest help around. There is a large selection of jewelry, both costume and fine pieces, at an affordable price range. One of the special features is a large number of broaches and charms for bracelets. Additionally, you will find gift items such as figurines, candles and decorative boxes. Many gift items are seasonal and appropriate for any approaching holiday. The shop also buys gold and diamonds, especially heirloom-quality jewelry.
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.
Professionals and students can shop here from a wide-ranging inventory of 25,000 items, including sketchbooks, easels, acrylics and kits for kids. The knowledgeable staff members, many of whom are artists and art students, can help customers find the right tools for the job. The center also has a large variety of materials suitable for business presentations. Additionally, there is a full-service custom frame shop that handles oversize dry mounting and shadow boxes.
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.
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.
Here is the place to buy Italian specialty foods and ingredients for the serious cook. From pine nuts to imported parmesan, it is all here, including Italian beers and chocolates. For the not-so-serious cook, you can cheat a bit and let them do the cooking—or part of it for you. Buy freshly made ravioli, tortellini and a variety of sauces and impress your guests without the cost of a caterer. If you just want lunch, pick up individual portions of pasta and sauce, or salad and a muffaletta and take it to the park for a picnic.
Southland Mall is a well known shopping destination among the locals. Housing over sixty shops and restaurant one must see why it wont be one of a rarer kind, it was the 'first enclosed mall' to be built in Memphis. Accessories, apparel, gift shop, salons, restaurants, jewellery, electronic, name it and you will find it here. Southland Mall simply serves as a total shopping destination and offers its premises on rent for various events.