Sleep Inn & Suites Harbour Pointe
6451 Bayside Lane
Midlothian, VA 23112
Phone: (804) 639-3500
Fax: (804) 639-1140
Chesterfield Towne Center is a mall that has an impressive retail line up that includes American Eagle Outfitters, Rue 21, and Old Navy. Shop your heart out and take advantage of the food court, where such delights as CinnaMonster (they serve the best and gooiest cinnamon rolls) and Auntie Anne's are located. This family friendly mall is a place that has something for everybody.
If you are or know a Civil War enthusiast, stop by the Richmond Arsenal. Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy and many Civil War battles took place here and in the surrounding areas. As a result, the city is filled with relics and artifacts of the event. This intriguing shop has a large collection and is one of the best places to go if you are seeking out a historic souvenir. Civil War uniforms, swords, canteens and accoutrements fill the place.
High-quality antique shops, upscale clothing stores and restaurants line Grove and Libbie Avenues. Find fine jewelry at Rothschilds, women's clothing at Monkeys, antiques at Chadwick, household items at Country Charm and much more. Restaurants include tranquil, sidewalk fine dining at French-themed Du Jour and Richmond's best Chinese at Peking. For more relaxed, casual fare try Phil's, where outside seating and vodka limeades attract many from the neighborhood to stop by in the evenings. "Dog Days of Summer," an event on the third Saturday in July, brings a sidewalk sale and parade of dogs to the Avenues.
Old Virginia Tobacco is a family owned and operated business that has been around for thirty years. Their quality products have kept them around with a multitude of satisfied customers. This is one of the best tobacco stores in the nation's oldest tobacco state, so stop by and peruse the different kinds of cigars, cigar cases, lighters, pipes, and much more.
Southern ladies surrender their gently used clothing at The Hall Tree. This upscale secondhand store offers lovely clothes in excellent condition that are sold for a fraction of their original price. Items are carefully selected, dry-cleaned and in-season.
Carytown is a treasure trove of specialty stores and restaurants. Stroll down the sidewalks and explore antique stores, salons, vintage clothing stores, coffee places, bookshops and more. On and off street parking is plentiful. The eateries represent many different kinds of food, from Mexican at Nacho Mamma's to French-Asian at Indochine or Indian at Farouk's. The shops include Premiere Costumes, The Compleat Gourmet and Leo Burke Furniture. These and other stores have sidewalk sales in the spring and fall and open houses on December Sundays. In August, the street comes to life with the Watermelon Festival.
Eurotrash brings clothes from European designers to Richmond. Brands such as Ted Baker and Mina UK hang on the racks at very affordable prices. Stop by to peruse the chic clothes and perhaps you'll leave with a purchase or two.
Few places in Richmond are as full of fascination and fun as World of Mirth. How about sticking a hobbling nun on your dashboard? Or, grab a bag full of rubber chickens and bugs to hide away where others will discover them. Add a "Superman" or "Yellow Submarine" cookie jar or "Betty Boop" salt and pepper shakers to your kitchen. Buy a wind-up robot or chicken and use them as unique gifts. In addition to novelties, this store has toys too.
Richmond's alternative music store, Plan 9 Music, specializes in titles, imports and small labels that are difficult to find. Discover what you are looking for on CD, DVD or LP, with every genre of music available. Used records and cassettes, a vast collection of T-shirts and posters are also on sale and decorate the store's walls, ceilings and aisles. Live performances by local bands are held in the store on occasion and usually their recordings are available for sale.
From the 1890s to the 1970s, Luxor Vintage displays the luxury of several decades. Packed with clothing, hats, shoes and accessories, there are many unbelievable bargains. For example, a 1930s brocade box purse, over $100 in most stores, was only $30 here! You could spend hours poring through the racks and piles of offerings. This is the largest collection of vintage wear in town.
At Ashby, a secondhand and resale shop located in Carytown, you will find clothes from all of the hottest brands (Urban Outfitters, Forever 21, Gap, H&M and more), as well as a wide range of fashionable accessories at affordable prices. The clothes are gently worn, so they will practically be new. If you are interested in having your clothes, shoes, and accessories for resale, stop by every Thursday and Sunday. You don't need an appointment. Sellers get 30% cash on the spot or 50% in store credit.
Whether you are looking to sell your used books or buy new ones to delve into different adventures, Chop Suey Books in Carytown is for you. Here, you can get credit or cash back for your books and then peruse the spacious store for novels of all genres. There are over 45,000 books in the store, so you will never get bored!