Merchants on Main is a unique and delightful venue for shopping in Chattanooga's Southside Historic District. The shop is actually a market, a collection of over 20 different local retailer booths all under one roof. A perfect one-stop shopping destination. You can find all kinds of goods here, from furniture to specialty food items, gifts, antiques, home decor and everything in between. If you're looking for a truly Chattanoogan piece, Merchants on Market is a sure bet.
This row of eight abandoned warehouses built between 1904-1911 has been transformed into a mixed-use property that includes shopping, offices and a food court. The food court provides culinary variety for hungry shoppers. Mall services include: ATM, outdoor picnic area, free Wi-Fi food court and covered parking.
Chattanooga shoppers have been leaving traditional malls and shopping centers for the trendy shops and eateries located along the Tennessee Riverfront. As the focal point of the North Shore community, this collection of specialty stores, art galleries, cafes and restaurants occupy old warehouses and houses. Everything from sportswear to kayaks to a turkey club sandwich can be found here. Located next to Coolidge Park, it is a perfect place for families to shop and play.
Embellish is a boutique in Southside's Warehouse Row that helps you do just that, embellish, your wardrobe. With an impressive selection of designer shoes, bags and accessories, you can find the perfect accent to any outfit. The boutique specializes in designer brands that may be hard to locate elsewhere in Chattanooga.
Nothing feels so luxurious as a suit tailored to fit you perfectly. For over 40 years this family of tailors has been outfitting successful businessmen and businesswomen of Chattanooga in finery. The process begins with a cup of coffee and a brief consultation. Once you decide on the fabric, style and color, the experts go to work designing your custom suit. The result is some of the finest clothing ever to touch your skin. Expect to pay dearly for such quality. A typical wool suit will set you back a minimum of $1200.
A tranquil place of personal indulgence, this relaxing escape provides hypoallergenic supplies for men and women as well as unbelievably imaginative items for children—because everyone deserves a little indulgence. Housed against beige stucco walls, under track lighting and presented with a backdrop of soothing music, sits an impressive supply of aromatic candles and oils, body lotions and shower gels. The shop also boasts a large variety of skin-soothing cosmetics, plant-based hair care products, rejuvenating skin care products. Full spa services include facials, pedicures, exfoliation, skin peels and body wraps.
Original tenant of The Corner at Riverview, this shop is now located near the hustle and bustle of Frazier Ave. It features an extensive collection of contemporary art. You will enjoy the comfortable atmosphere as you admire paintings from local and national artists and hand carved sculptures. Colorful handmade pottery and Tiffany lamps are a part of the collection, too. Particularly interesting is the large selection of wind chimes; made of metal, glass, wood, and steel; welcoming every gentle breeze that flows through the store. The friendly staff offers free gift-wrapping upon request.
Because of its eclectic mix of shops and cafes, Frazier Avenue has often been called a living work of art. How fitting for this wonderful art supply store and gift gallery. Artists of all types can find the tools of the trade in a comfortable atmosphere. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable and enjoy helping others achieve their artistic goals. Gifts of all types fill the adjacent gallery. You'll be sure to find something special for that special someone.
This love-in from the 60's is your source for laid-back, eco-friendly fashions. Hemp embroidery and clothing such as sandals, wallets, Rastafarian caps and necklaces are a trademark. Beautiful Chinese sandals, Paua-shell rings, and magnetic hematite bracelets add uniqueness. Tie-dye for all ages along with imported clothing from India to Guatemala round out the most complete wardrobe. Banners representing everyone from Bob Marley to Kurt Cobain to Kiss line the walls. Numerous dreamcatchers and items for the kids like toy VW vans fill out a fully stocked selection. Hemp backpacks, vintage rock and fantasy posters and plenty of Lennon glasses make for wonderfully strange days indeed.
Once all but forgotten, this little alleyway is now a hub of activity. Today it is home to Panera Bread, Taco Mac, Sticky Fingers and Birkenstock Shoes. The two story shopping and dining area offers everything from a cup of coffee to delicious Tennessee Barbecued Ribs. Because it is so close to everything downtown, business people take the short walk over for lunch while visitors to the Scenic Citylove the convenience to local attractions and accommodations. Open daily from 11am.