2539 S. Saunders Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
Phone: (919) 863-0091
Fax: (919) 821-4483
Enjoy the flurry and excitement at this market that specializes in selling local produce. Farm fresh fruits, vegetables and other organic produce are easily available here. After sampling the many peaches, eggplants and tomatoes, one can also pick out a few colorful flowers for the garden or purchase bread, confections and craft items that are sold by busy vendors trying to fetch a bargain.
This mall is home to over 130 fabulous stores and eateries such as Hudson Belk, Dillard's, JCPenney, and Sears, as well as shops like American Eagle, The Gap, Gymboree, Casual Corner, Bombay Company, White Barn Candle Company, Garibaldi and Bruns, and Helzberg Diamonds.
This store is the only place in the area to find North Carolina's largest selection of native gourmet foods and souvenir treasures.
Handcrafted women's apparel, accessories, houswares, paper goods, jewelry, and more. Available for purchase online, and for local shopping events.
Based in North Carolina, Here Kitty Kitty was started based of the need for hard to find fun collars for cats. Now Here Kitty Kitty offers a stylish selection of accessories and clothing for cats and dogs.
Videri Chocolate Factory is a must visit for chocolate connoisseurs in Raleigh. Occupying the former Raleigh Depot building, on offer are an array of decadent and meticulously-handmade chocolates and sweet treats. What sets their creations apart is the use of the finest cacao beans exclusively hand-selected from across the globe that are roasted on site and tempered to perfection. Sample the classic dark chocolate or the half-and-half dark-milk, or adventurous palates can opt for original flavor combinations like sea salt and pink peppercorn. Take a self-guided tour of the factory and head out for a drink after on their BYOB patio.
A wide selection of high quality handmade Oriental rugs from all over the world is available at this rug store that directly imports from Persia, Pakistan, Nepal, India, and China.
Exciting growth is taking place in Raleigh's Warehouse District. Once an industrial area, it has evolved into the place to be for art in Raleigh with galleries, creative spaces, and a museum. Tipping Paint Gallery has relocated and is now a part of 311 West Martin Street Gallery and Studios family which is now being managed by Carol Joy Shannon (an artist who has been at 311 since 2008).\Within the walls of 311 West Martin Street Gallery and Studios, you will find wonderful art that ranges from realistic to abstract, humorous to serious, reflecting the varied backgrounds and philosophies of the talented artists working here.
A collective group of unique stores and boutiques, Blake Street Studios is great place to shop in Raleigh. Shop through the various boutiques selling jewelry, handmade natural body products, clothes, furniture, accessories and much more. There are multiple art stores where you can pick up fine art pieces, paintings, photographs and other craft items. It's a great place to pick up a unique gift.
A wide variety of beautiful Native-American items are for sale at this unique store including original paintings, books, pottery, music, artifacts, and jewelry.
City Market, built in the early 1900s, still holds a lot of old world charm. Converted in 1988 to house shops, art galleries and restaurants, the original cobblestone streets, accented with period lampposts, are dotted with park benches. There is a festival atmosphere on the weekends, when the trees are lit in the evenings and live music plays on the streets. Couples holding hands stroll by while children dance and older folks sit tapping their toes. A trolley runs Thursday through Saturday nights, offering free transportation to other downtown locales.
Cimos calls the heart of downtown Raleigh its home. Stop by the red-brick building to witness an interesting amalgamation of random essentials that patronize local enterprises. Handcrafted silver jewelry and trendy bags share retail space with art pieces, stuffed animals, decorative items, baubles and holiday cards. Candy, barbecue sauces and artisan chocolates represent the edible array, while handmade bath and body products and fragrances comprise the beauty line. The limited but thoughtful selection of books caters to all ages as well as board games, cookbooks and stationery. The unique collection doubles up as eclectic and innovative gift ideas.