This resale shop in Austin, TX is the best I have found thus far. The goods are clean, fairly new, and priced cheaply. Buy here first before you go to the retail stores for furniture, strollers, toys, books,clothing, and bedding items. Your wallet will be happy, and your child never knows the difference.
Radijazz Playnasium is a great place for toddlers and small children to have fun and exercise. It has different play areas, slides, and various levels including the tubular gym. It is a great place for toddlers, and small children to exercise, and have fun. Parents can also have inexpensive birthday parties here, bringing their o wn cakes, drinks, and party favors.
Designer Exchange in Austin, TX is a small store packed with gently used women's clothing, shoes, purses, and accessories. It is in a small strip center behind Northcross Mall on Anderson Lane. The prices are great, especially for special events, even wedding attire, suits, and casual clothing. I cycle my nice clothing there, and buy more at a lesser price.
Beauty Store & Salon has the store at the front. They have the top of the line in beauty products for hair, skin, and nails. They also have unusual gift items that are inexpensive, and quirky. The salesclerks can help suggest a product for certain hair, skin or nail problems. This is a teenager's or woman's favorite site.
Austin Sewing Machines is a small Husqvarna, and Pfaff Sewing Machine Dealer and Sewing Store in a large strip center. The owners have a vast knowledge of sewing machines, teach classes. This store also has accessories, fabric, and patterns. The vacuums are an added feature available.
International Quilt Festival presents several events primarily displaying quilts. The International event is held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX the last weekend of Oct, or the 1st weekend in Nov. It is open for wholesale 3 days, and the general public for 3 days. It offers classes from renowned teachers, and artists for a week during this time. You can purchase items, find vendors, and books unavailable anywhere else. You will be inspired till the next year rolls around. Wear comfortable shoes, and go early to one of the many eateries. You can also see quilting displays, embellishments, accessories, and all.
Correct name is Le Ragge Ruggs. They originally sold the ends of bolts to crochet into rag rugs. This is now an outlet for designers, and homeowners for fabric for draperies, slipcovers, bedding, and more. Designers have done examples of drapes, and several settings to inspire you. They custom make drapes, slipcovers, and bedding. Unusual furniture, accessories, trims, and gifts are available for sale.
The Quilt Store is a medium size store packed with a vast collection of fabrics available for quilting, or sewing. Great selection of floral, Chinese, black-white, children's prints, and more for quilting. Prices are high, but selection is great. Bring your samples to match, your selection is so great. The classroom is next door, and has cool quilts on display. Take a class, and learn more than you'd imagine.
Cap City Comedy Club has a great location-right off 183, and they have lots of shows. They have a non-smoking show at 8 pm, and offer a later show that is for both smoking and non-smoking. The food is great-especially the nachos, and they offer coupons in the entertainment book for discounts. They do have a 2 drink minimum which is pretty steep though.
The Austin Children's Museum is a good place for the younger ones to explore, early in the morning when they offer the baby bloomers program. During the day, the museum is really load and filled with kids from daycares and schools. They are very hands on, and the exhibits allow children to explore on their own, and have some help by the museum staff if they need it. It is a good place to spend a hot summer day with the grandkids too.