Quality Inn Downtown Historic District
255 Church Street
Mobile, AL 36602
Phone: (251) 433-6923
Fax: (251) 433-8869
255 Church Street, Mobile, AL, US, 36602
- Phone: (251) 433-6923
- Fax: (251) 433-8869
The A&M Peanut Shop is so popular and loved for its roasted peanuts that the locals just call it "The Peanut Shop." As you walk past Dauphin Street, the aroma of roasted nuts will lead you to this great store. The nuts are roasted in a machine that is almost 90 years old. The shop also has special candies for sale. The friendly staff will happily make recommendations if the store's candy and nut selection overwhelms you.
With a mission to empower and expand start-ups and emerging, local, retail enterprises, the non-profit Springboard to Success set up Urban Emporium. This commercial undertaking is home to numerous, independent stores that cater to an extensive clientele. Step in to find everything from unique stationery to bath and body products, clothing, whole grain baked goods, unique, handmade items and an abundance of home decor. Shopping with a purpose at its best.
A good selection of books by local authors can be found at this downtown store in Mobile. They even claim to have copies of Gone With the Wind signed by Margaret Mitchell. You'll also find a nice range of classic and second hand books. Conveniently located, Bienville Books is one of the few independent bookstores in the locality that has won considerable customer appeal. Don't forget to explore their local art collection.
Nestled in the bustling downtown area of Mobile, the Robertson Art Gallery is truly a fantastic attraction. The focus here is mainly on the works of the renowned artist, Brad Robertson. This talented artist has charmed one and all with his contemporary paintings both on wood and canvas. His penchant for abstract landscapes and love for bold colors is evident from his collection. Apart from that, Robertson Art Gallery also shows local artists and encourages them to display their works here.
Featuring unique jewelry, crystal, brass, collectibles, candles, bath products, holiday items, gift baskets, and prints by local artists.
Courtyard Candle Company is a studio-style retail shop with visible candle factory. See them made and make your own. Open Monday through Friday from 10 to 6.
If you are interested in local art, the Cathedral Square Gallery is the place to be. You’ll find an assortment of colorful and unique merchandise from local artists. This gallery has pottery, hand-painted pieces, oil collections, watercolors, fine jewelry, and so much more. You can find almost anything and everything here.
Lunatix & Co. is a popular, independent boutique catering to shoppers of all things in vogue. Choose from a host of unique art and craft items, funky accessories and interesting home decor taken up a notch by local artists. The quirky assortment of pillows, hats, bags, handmade ceramics and notebooks up for grabs are exceptional, not to mention great conversation starters. A one stop shop if you're on the look-out for something to suit every style and aesthetic. Don't miss out on fun events hosted throughout the year.
Located on the Causeway, R & R Seafood is a restaurant and market that began as a small bait shop in 2007. Known for their succulent crayfish and decent prices, the restaurant is a friendly neighborhood establishment that focuses on presenting delectable Southern cuisine. Find traditional items on the menu such as hush puppies, gumbo, okra, po-boys and more. Perfect for group dining, R & R Seafood features plenty of seating and large platters meant for sharing. They also offer take out service where patrons can call-in orders for pick up.
This ancient-looking wooden house itself looks like an antique. Step inside and you'll find yourself marveling at the fantastic selection on display. Mary Parker Antiques is pretty much like being in a cave of treasures. Look carefully and you're bound to discover some rare and unique items here as well as some fantastic deals. Vintage lovers can't miss this store!
Over 11,000 square feet of fine antique furnishings and home interiors.
At G. Harvell, customer service is what truly sets this store apart from its competitors. Owners Greg and Nancy Harvell strive to create relationships with patrons that will keep them returning again and again. You’ll find high quality menswear, including formal suits, dress shirts, slacks, shoes, ties and accessories at reasonable prices. Custom-made clothing is available as well.