110 Hawkins Rd
Travelers Rest, SC 29690
Phone: (864) 834-7040
Fax: (864) 834-7075
This state owned facility provides a venue for local farmers to sell their wares. The produce and products will vary based on the season as will the facility's hours of operation. Here is a great place to purchase locally-grown fruits, vegetables and flowers.
Catering exclusively to plus-sized women, Catherines stocks a vibrant and an extensive collection of plus size outfits with sizes ranging from 16W-34W and 0X-5X. Its outfits are known for their customized and comfortable fits and cuts that flatter your frame. Ultra-soft, quality fabrics ensure complete ease of wear. These versatile dresses offer countless wardrobe options for those on the heavier side.
Since 1975, Horizon Records has been in the heart of Greenville's cultural scene. The distinctly boho independent store showcases an interesting selection of Vinyls, CD's and DVD's. Music lovers will find a lot to keep them busy, and whether you're just browsing or looking for an old record to collect; Horizon Record's relaxed atmosphere and friendly service won't disappoint. From bluegrass, jazz, electronica, classical and hip-hop their extensive collection is a delight to peruse. If you get hungry or tired, you can always rejuvenate at the cafe. Constantly building their collection, promoting new artists and singers, and hosting events and concerts, it's a great place to check out while in town. For details on events, please visit the website.
From local American brews, craft beers and difficult to find European Beers, The Community Tap has a nice selection for you to choose from. While their main focus is on Beer, they also have a selection of Wines to choose from that won't disappoint. Emphasizing on a relaxed, friendly shopping experience you can sit down and sample one of their unique On-tap brews or get their expert advice on something new that you'd like to try. With plenty of fun events, including a Craft Beer Festival, the Community Tap is a vibrant, lively retail spot. For details on what's going on, visit the website.
Buncombe Antiques Mall offers an eclectic selection of collectables and antiques, from Zsolnay to ABC plates. It boasts of more than 500 antique furniture items, apart from silver, art work, china & porcelain items, art glass, lamps, toys, primitives, bronzes and a lot more. Buncombe Antiques Mall also features a large section devoted to Nazi memorabilia and some George Wallace collectibles.
Dark Corner Distillery may sound like an ominous name for a spirits maker, but when you're making whiskey out of corn, there is something mysterious and macabre about this particular process. The distillers here at Dark Corner make several types of whiskey and a couple of 'moonshine' type bottles. The 'Apple-achian Shine' and 'Carolina Peach Shine' feature those fruits and though they are still made from corn, there is still a wildcard in the bunch, the 'Stumphouse' is made with wheat mash.
Greenville Gemstone sells gold and silver jewelry, salt lamps, fossils and minerals and charming handmade abalone sets. The store offers grear bargains on gemstone and sterling jewelry. It stocks an extensive collection of rocks, minerals and crystals not just from North Carolina and South Carolina, but from different parts of the world. A gem mine on-site is a great place to explore with kids and celebrate special occasions. For collectors, Greenville Gemstone Mine features a mesmerizing collection of tumbled stone pieces like amethyst, rose quartz, pyrite, agate and jasper.
llyn strong fine jewelry carries pieces of jewelry made of pearls, gems, gold and silver that you will not be able to find elsewhere. Handcrafted by artists, each piece is unique. Besides jewelry, the shop also carries museum quality glass art. Shipments of new work come in daily, so if you don't find something that strikes your fancy, the next day might bring you more luck.
This mini version of the larger store in Brevard is everyone's favorite toy shop in Greenville. Inside, visitors will find toys that range from 1930's replicas to modern drone-type electronics. O P's has gifts for all ages and even if you don't buy anything, it's still a fun place to browse on Main Street. The massive store in Brevard is their flagship location and they have another one in Asheville as well.
The original general store was built in 1882, and over the decades it had been refurbished, however this old-timey shop on Main Street still reflects the place as it was in the 1920s. The store carries pet supplies, outdoor clothing for people of all ages and interests, oil lamps, gourmet food and more. Even if you're not in the market for a new cast-iron pan or handcrafted toy, the sheer variety of the items on display and the store's historic feel make this place worth a visit.
A trendy, cute boutique, Wish features a stylish collection of current styles and fashions with an abundance of pretty silhouettes and funky prints. It stocks designer wear from various labels like Judith March & Tracy Negoshian, BCBG, apart from affordable ones. Wish also features an amazing jewelry collection at great prices. Each piece carefully selected, it offers a memorable and fun-filled shopping experience.
Pink Azalea is more than just a women's boutique, it serves girls of all ages. From handbags and tops to scarves and accessories, all the items make great gifts for all. They carry lots of different designers and brands, many of which are local and hard to find elsewhere. The shop also has a great online presence; if you can't make it in, you can always order something online.