7726 U.S. Hwy 51 North
Millington, TN 38053
Phone: (901) 873-2222
Fax: (901) 872-6597
7726 U.S. Hwy 51 North , Millington, TN, US, 38053
- Phone: (901) 873-2222
- Fax: (901) 872-6597
Drop by and chat awhile with the friendly folks at this little bookshop. The shelves are packed with thousands of paperbacks. You will find a variety of subjects, from classics to Westerns and science fiction. The majority of books in the store are romance novels. This is a place where you can indulge your reading passion. Bring books you have already read in to the store to trade.
This locally owned bookstore offers a variety of inspirational merchandise. Shoppers will find books, videos, cards, CDs, mugs, T-shirts and gifts depicting religious themes. For children, there's a nice selection of Christian-themed toys, comic books and games, along with the popular Veggie Tales merchandise. For the home, there are Thomas Kinkade collectibles and tapestries decorated with angels. The book section offers fiction, poetry and children's books, as well as Bibles, reference books and spiritual guides. Especially popular are Testa-mints—individually wrapped mints with a Bible verse.
Not just Marvel and DC comics, but new titles from alternative publishers such as All-American, Dark Horse, Image, Harris and Top Cow. You'll find tables with thousands of boxed past issues. Collectible sports memorabilia, such as old baseball cards and autographed baseballs, fill the cases. You will also find sports photos and merchandise with professional sports team logos. Trading cards for baseball, football, basketball and hockey by companies such as Topps can also be found. Supplies for role-playing games like Magic, the Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons are in stock.
If you have Pokémon fever, check out this place. If you are more interested in sports than Pikachu, this place has baseball cards, new sets along with some older and collectible cards. The store carries basketball and football cards, as well. In the comics section, you will find the latest titles from Marvel, DC and some independent publishers, as well as collectible books, such as a framed copy of Silver Surfer Issue 1. There are also T-shirts, Star Wars stuff and cards and accessories for role-playing games such as Magic.
This funky and trendy shop specializes in hip, slinky, sexy styles for women: tank tops with the narrow straps, sequinned bodices and shiny or animal print fabrics. Additionally, you will find a variety of exciting accessories. Do not come to Caché for a subdued wardrobe; these are clothes for those times when you want to make a splash, to be noticed and admired. Caché advertises that it always has a sale going on, with prices marked down 25-75 percent.
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.
Plan to spend several hours browsing through the stalls and aisles of this permanent "flea market." There is no telling what you'll find in the trays of old jewellery, the stacks of bright crockery and the collections of old cameras, watches and kitchen implements. Treasures lurk in, on and under the shelves, tables, and stands full of all kinds of items salvaged from someone's attic or garage. Whatever you collect, you're likely to find one here, whether it is figures from Japan, trading cards from your youth or the perfect picture for that difficult spot on the staircase wall. Open weekends only.
Drop in for cut flowers for your date at the nearby Circuit Playhouse on Poplar Avenue and you might find yourself buying a cast iron pig figurine or a framed butterfly from Papua, New Guinea while you are there. Check out the wind-up tin toys, just like the ones you had when you were a kid - or before. A variety of items are on offer, such as candles shaped like pearls, natural dried lavender and desktop waterfalls, which are designed to bring serenity to your office.
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.
This huge store has an amazing selection of music, movies, games, and more. Step inside Spin Street Music and browse new and used CDs and records to find both popular and obscure artists. Their used DVD area is a great place to find deals and get movies on the cheap. Be warned, you could spend hours roaming the aisles here, so make sure you give yourself enough time to explore the store when you visit.
Maggie's Pharm is the go-to destination for natural products for the body and home in Memphis. They have an assortment of essential oils, herbs, spices, candles, and other items that are hard to find. Whether you're looking for medicinal herbs, or luxurious, natural bath products, you'll find what you're looking for at this store. It's a great place to go for gifts, or just to experience some amazing scents!
Looking for recordings from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s? Look no further, especially for vintage blues, soul and R&B, along with newer music on tape and CD. You will also find some unusual souvenir items here, such as the bricks from the original Stax recording studio. If you are in Memphis on Labor Day (the first Monday in September), check out the Shangri-La Shindig, one of the best parties in town.