Buckhead

Buckhead is one of the ATL’s most exclusive neighborhoods. So, it’s no surprise that it’s also home to some of the city’s most on-trend shopping. You’ll find the most coveted brands here, from Louis Vuitton to Christian Louboutin, at some of the most upscale shopping districts in the city. Along with luxury brands, Buckhead also has some of the most unique boutiques and antique shops in the city, for the perfect blend of the old and the new. Discover these hot shopping districts, then, as the sun begins to set, head to one of Buckhead’s rooftop lounges and put up those Jimmy Choos while you sip an expertly crafted cocktail to cap off a memorable shopping experience.

Lenox Square

See and be seen in what has been described as Atlanta’s shopping heaven. Lenox Square offers the full upscale shopping experience with all the brands you love. Two stories of high-end boutiques and brand favorites, three full-service restaurants, a dramatic front entrance, and valet amenities make this the premier shopping destination. Anchors like Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Macy’s join more than 250 specialty boutiques from brands like FENDI, Burberry, and Cartier.

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Phipps Plaza

At Phipps Plaza, you’ll find more than 100 stores including luxury retailers Saks Fifth Avenue, and Nordstrom, and upscale designer boutiques featuring some of the most exclusive brands in the world, offering names like Tiffany & Co. and Gucci. You can also take cooking classes, dance lessons, or take the kids to LEGOLAND Discovery Center or bring the family to a movie at the 14-screen AMC theatre. Fantastic shopping, fine and casual dining, and multiple entertainment options all in one location make Phipps Plaza the perfect destination for a family outing.

Buckhead Village District

Buckhead Village District (formerly The Shops Buckhead Atlanta) is another addition to the luxurious Buckhead community. Buckhead Village District is bursting with style. More than 60 designer stores feature the latest fashions in jewelry, shoes, eyewear, and more. Retailers include Hermes, Christian Louboutin, Spanx, and Warby Parker. Urban chic and European charm create a unique ambiance that blends art, fashion, and style.

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Bennett Street

If you are looking for unique, head over to Bennett Street in south Buckhead. Located off of Peachtree Street, this former warehouse district has evolved into an enclave of one-of-a-kind boutiques featuring an eclectic array of offerings including architectural salvage, objects d’art, restorations, vintage and modern home furnishings, decor, and lighting. Along with the best selection of antique finds in the city, you’ll discover art studios, galleries, salons, interior design shops, restaurants, lounges, an event center, and even a cigar bar, meaning you can begin and end your day on Bennett Street.

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Miami Circle

Home to one of the first enclaves of antique shops and boutiques, Miami Circle has developed into the ATL’s liveliest design and decorating scene and a top stop for interior design and discerning retail customers looking for that unique touch for their home or business. More than 80 shops and showrooms here feature everything from rugs, furniture, lighting, and uniquities that help you make your house a home. If you are searching for that unique something for your home, chances are you will find it here in this home goods mecca.

Peachtree Battle Antique Interiors

Peachtree Battle Antiques & Interiors is the ATL’s “Must-See” Market. Situated in the heart of Buckhead, this shopping center boasts more than 50 shops, including gourmet popcorn retailer Caja Popcorn, and Atlanta boutiques Mint Julep and Gramercy Fine Linens and Furnishings. Dripping with historic charm, huge windows wash light on an exceptional selection of antiques, accessories, lighting, art, and jewelry in an upbeat, friendly atmosphere.

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Andrews Square

Take a break from the hustle and bustle and visit Andrews Square, a mini oasis with its renovated courtyard where you’ll find visitors playing board games or listening to a local musician strumming away. Local, diverse, and fresh retail options reflect the neighborhood’s eclectic feel with locally owned boutiques, restaurants, and salons.

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