Quality Inn & Suites
1100 North Blairs Bridge Road
Austell, GA 30168
Phone: (770) 941-1499
Fax: (770) 941-1994
"Serving Musicians Since 1958," this music store provides a wide variety of high quality musical instruments and accessories such as band and orchestral instruments, electric and acoustic guitars, amps, PA systems, drums, and recording instrument. Lessons and repairs are also available.
For 28-years, this company has provided professional home remodeling services for homes and businesses in the Marietta area.
Named "the best florist in Douglas County." For more than 30 years, Frances Florist has provided great service as a premier florist in Douglasville and the surrounding communities.
Savvi Formalwear offers a team of certified formalwear consultants that will guide you in selecting the best style and brand of tuxedo and accessories for your body type and event.
Opened in 1998, The Wine Cellars will fulfil all your wine needs. It has one of the widest collection of wine accessories. With an eclectic selection of fine wines, The Wine Cellars has something for every palate. From Cakebread to Silver Oak, from Riesling to Malbec, they’ve got it all. And if you're in the Atlanta area, join them in their Wine Bar & Internet Café for free Wi-Fi and a glass of wine.
Although it is a long way from the glamor of Buckhead, this complete mall brings a plethora of shopping options to Atlanta's southwest side. Pay a visit to such perennial shopping favorites as Foot Locker, B. Dalton Books, Pier 1 Imports or any of the other large national and local outlets. Home wares, fashions, shoes, appliances and just about anything you might need can be easily found, along with ample parking and a first-rate food court.
This well-known name in the outerwear game stocks more coats, jackets and cold-weather gear than just about anyone, and is known for great prices. In addition to coats, the diverse stock features bath towels, soaps and accessories like bathroom rugs, tiles, candle holders, toothbrush holders, trash cans and shower curtains. Before you shop the major department stores, check at Burlington Coat Factory. You're liable to find most of the same fancy names at much friendlier prices.
One of the most popular malls in the Atlanta area, this mall features three department stores and over 120 specialty shops and restaurants, as well as 20 eateries, 18 theater screens, and a one-of-a-kind children's play area.
You might think it is a premium coffeehouse given the enchanting aroma wafting out of Batdorf & Bronson Coffee Roasters. Actually a retail outlet of roasted coffee and coffee paraphernalia, this shop offers a fantastic range of superior, perfectly roasted coffee beans. If you are a coffee lover, you will find blends from here to be some of the best coffees you've ever tasted. You can also get to sample some of them, although, be warned, you may end up buying all the flavors! Amongst the favorites are Bohemian Blends, Dancing Goats and Italian Roast, go ahead and try some.
A full service florist shop that offers beautiful, custom created floral arrangements for any occasion, as well as unique gift ideas, fresh plants and flowers, and gift baskets.
This charming collection of shops and eateries is owned by Paces Properties and is just about as quaint and clean as suburban shopping gets. Anchored by a couple of slightly larger stores such as Talbot's and Banana Republic, this outdoor mall is heavily populated by tiny and unique boutiques offering everything from beachwear to candles to stamp art supplies. Six restaurants and several coffee houses are also ready to serve hungry shoppers and browsers alike.
This Banana Republic store is a grand-scale version of the toned-down models you often find in the big malls. Located in a charming, near-suburban setting within the Vinings Jubilee shopping center, it features fashion for men and women. Accessories such as socks, scarves, belts and even a few shoes are also featured, with the pieces running from snappy casual to laid back professional. Banana Republic's satellite building is set off from the rest of the shopping center, a bit closer to the road; look for the four white pillars lining the rustic brick walkway.