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Explore A Unique Shopping Experience
The Fascinating World of Shopping in Asheville, North Carolina.
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, Asheville is fun and funky for the discerning shopper who is tired of malls and chain stores.
This mountain city offers an immense variety of one-of-a-kind stores and handcrafted products. Many of the stores of Asheville are far removed from what is found in corporate company stores and cookie-cutter franchises that deliver only routine city shopping. Instead, in Asheville, treat yourself to something exciting, memorable and unique. Explore the shops in Asheville: North, South, East, West and Downtown.
Wall Street Coffee House
Teresa Johnson with the help of friends and her daughter Maegan opened an inviting coffee house at 62 Wall Street. It's called Wall Street Coffee House & Emporium, and is located directly across from the Wall Street Parking Garage where the first hour is FREE.
The coffee house provides a friendly, laid-back, alcohol-free environment. But it's more than coffee, snacks, and free WIFI. There is plenty of art, jewelry, handmade crafts and vintage LP records for sale. | More>
In Downtown Asheville, they call:
Downtown Asheville's version of Wall Street is friendly
► As The Chair Turns
► Beads & Beyond
► Climbmax Indoor Climbing Center
► Dolce Vita
► Fired Up! Creative Lounge
► Goldworks Gallery
► Paul Taylor Sandals
► Purl's Yarn Emporium
► Wall Street Coffee House & Emporium
Experience another side of Asheville, the FUNKY side, on Lexington Avenue
The Natural Home on Lexington Avenue * Photo by Lisa Ring
For more a QUICK TOUR of Lexington Avenue Click Here>
Traveling NORTH on Lexington from Patton Ave., visit:
Traveling SOUTH on Lexington from Patton Ave., visit:
ASHEVILLE ART Galleries | Dozens to visit. Click Here>
ASHEVILLE AREA Maps | Find your way. Click Here>
Sweeten Creek Road (NC Hwy 25-A) is one of the major thoroughfares of Asheville.
► Concrete Lawn Art | At Sweeten Creek Antiques and Collectibles in Biltmore Village | More>
► Sweeten Creek Antiques & Collectibles | More>
Here's the buzz on Battery Park Avenue
► A Far Away Place