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Step through the doors of Chickasaw Oaks Village Mall and step out onto the main street of an 18th-century American village. Although this mall at Memphis appears to be fairly unremarkable from the outside, the interiors have been designed to create the illusion of being an outdoor street in an old village. Quirky and quaint, the mall offers its customers a unique shopping experience with a range of more upscale boutiques, stores and dining options. Regular fixtures at the mall include designer boutiques like Kitty Kyle and Ella, the A. Shaw jewellery and antique store, beauty salons, interior design shops and even a Pier 1 imports outlet. Whether you indulge in a bit of shopping, grab a bite at one of the cafes, treat yourself to a pedicure, or simply stroll through the "streets" and explore, a day at this mall is sure to be one that you will not soon forget.
This mall has gone through a lot of changes as in the early 1990s, most of its stores were vacant. Now, the old Poplar Plaza Theater has been renovated and turned into a Bookstar super book store, with the cinema marquee and box office still intact. Other merchants in the mall include Old Navy and a pet supply store. However, the big draw here is the variety of restaurants: from the potato skins of Applebee's Neighborhood Bar and Grill to the enchiladas of El Porton to the pastrami sandwiches at McAlister's Gourmet Deli.
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.
This small shopping mall in East Memphis is set in a park-like area with large trees shading the parking lot on the Poplar Avenue side. The upscale shops attract an older audience: this is not the teenage hangout that some malls have become. At Oak Court Mall, there are two anchor department stores, Goldsmith's and Dillard's, between them, you will find a number of speciality shops, including The Gap, The Disney Store, Godiva Chocolates and Victoria's Secret. The center of this two story mall contains several interesting sculptures, including one in which a 7,000 pound marble ball is suspended by a stream of water.
When you are looking for that special outfit for that all important occasion, James Davis in Laurelwood Shopping Center is a great place to start. James Davis specializes in men's suits by designers such as Giorgio Armani, Hugo Boiste and Bricker for Men. The store doesn't just offer an impressive range of collections but also assures superior quality of the garments. Make your choice from their collection of shirts, polo shirts, trousers, shoes and denims, that reflect the sophistication of this store.
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.