Discover Atlanta’s premier shopping destination
Shopping in Buckhead is often called legendary, and it’s because no other word encapsulates the experience to be had here. After flying through a pair of the Southeast’s most prestigious malls, a slew of antique stores, and miles of boutiques, avid shoppers won’t want to look anywhere else.
One-of-a-kind antiques in Buckhead
Buckhead is known for its upscale shopping malls and chic boutiques, but don’t let that stop you from exploring the wonderful array of Buckhead Atlanta antique stores.
Venture over to Bennett Street where you’ll find a myriad of one-of-a-kind antique shops tucked amidst art galleries and interior design shops. Bennett Street is located near the 2100 block of Peachtree Road, where you’ll find that the array of small shops and galleries presents quite an adventure.
But don’t expend all your energy on Bennett Street because around 80 or more Atlanta antique stores await on Miami Circle, which you’ll find near the intersection of Piedmont Road and Sidney Marcus Boulevard. Buckhead retailers really do offer a perfect blend of the old and the new.
Peachtree Battle Antique Interiors
Peachtree Battle Antiques & Interiors is known as Atlanta’s “Must-See” Market. This gem of a find is still dripping with ivy and charm after 100 years. Inside, huge, sunny windows wash light on a exceptional selection of antiques, accessories, lighting, art and jewelry in an upbeat, friendly atmosphere.
Chic Buckhead boutique shops
Shoppers who crave small, off-the-beaten-track boutiques will have the time of their life in Buckhead, where pockets of independent stores thrive.
Think of it as a treasure hunt as you punch in various addresses on your GPS and head toward the East Village, tucked inside the perimeters of Peachtree and Piedmont Roads and Peachtree Avenue. Look for the Shadowlawn subdivision, and you’re there.
Another handful of boutique spots can be found in Miami Circle, one of Atlanta’s liveliest design and decorating scenes. Situated around a cul-de-sac, the area was a light industrial warehouse district for decades before being developed into its current state as one of Buckhead’s numerous shopping havens.
West of Peachtree and Roswell Roads you’ll find another section of eclectic shops and galleries in Buckhead’s West Village. More small shops wait to be discovered along Roswell Road, heading south. These are the places where shoppers delight in finding one-of-a-kind treasures.
Buckhead Village District
Buckhead Village blends diverse shopping and culinary experiences with welcoming communal spaces, bold design and interactive art installations for a taste of life in the modern South. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy a unique destination to shop at some of the region’s top stylemakers, indulge in foods from around the globe and exercise at top-rated studios and wellness centers.
Located in Atlanta’s eclectic West Buckhead Village among the city’s best local and national retailers, Andrews Square reflects the neighborhood’s unique feel with its atmosphere and diverse merchandising mix. Retailers include Poppy’s, Boxwoods Garden & Gifts, Skin IQ and Lucy’s Market. New shops are pouring in to this wonderful community landmark, and they are also working to preserve the square’s sense of place and close community ties.
Premiere Buckead shopping malls
Buckhead’s two premiere shopping malls are conveniently located across the street from each other.
Lenox Square Mall
An essential part of any legendary Buckhead shopping experience, Lenox Square Mall is home to 250 specialty retailers. Anchored by Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Macy’s, acre after acre of the latest fashions unfurl before visitors at every turn. When you need a little break, never fear because Lenox offers both fine dining establishments and casual restaurants as well as a food court. Lenox Square is conveniently located at the intersection of Peachtree Road and Lenox Road, just across from its sister center, Phipps Plaza. Lenox Square, an Atlanta landmark since 1959, is huge, so wear your walking shoes.
Just across Peachtree Road, Phipps Plaza comprises more than 100 stores including Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Tiffany & Co. and Gucci. Nearby interstates provide easy access from Midtown and Downtown Atlanta to a shopping center that features a 14-screen AMC movie theatre and LEGOLAND Discovery Center. And like Lenox Square, Phipps has full-service restaurants and eateries where you may grab a quick bite and get right back to shopping.
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