It's like stepping back into your parents' living room, but if that's your thing, you're bound to be happy here. I stop in occasionally for the random wacky find. Much of the merchandise centers on the 50s and 60s and most is in good condition.
Not sure whether this is affiliated with the one in Atlanta, but who needs Atlanta when you can come here. They have wine pourings at adjacent Sherlock's on most weekends and a great selection of kitchen gear.
The folks at Fidelity are quite friendly, but got our nonprofit's debit card mixed up so many times (not getting our signature card on file, sending card to wrong address, not being able to activate card, etc.) that it was a huge waste of time.
Came here for a nice dinner in the outdoor seating area. We had the green and massaman curries, and both were good, with an ample amount of tofu and veggies.
Cantoni's showroom is enormous, and while most of the furniture is a little modern for my tastes, it is all high quality. They have good sales that make the prices more within reach. Salespeople are helpful and friendly.
We've never eaten on-site--it looks like it gets pretty crowded, especially on weekends. But we do get delivery through Zifty, and it's always been flavorful and varied.
Used to come here quite a bit for lunch with friends. Nothing stands out, but it's cheap-and-cheerful--a good place for a beer and maybe a bite with some chips and salsa.
I bought a pair of shoes from Phidippides before discovering a store closer to home--that's the only reason I haven't been back. They were very helpful and seemed to know their stuff when it came to running. Selection was good, too.
Even if you don't eat a main meal, get some passion fruit mousse for dessert--it's wonderful. They also do nice vegetarian sandwiches. Non-vegetarians will have a greater selection, but that's typical of a Brazilian place.
We always went to the Goldberg's on West Paces Ferry, but only when we happened to be up in that neighborhood, so the discovery of one here on Peachtree was pretty exciting. The bagels and schmears are the real NY thing.