Cobblestone Shoe Hospital's expert menders have repaired men's and women's shoes and boots since 1906. Old, comfortable footwear gains renewed life at the shop with replaced heels and soles, saving patrons from outfitting old pumps with cardboard-box bottoms. Additionally, the cobblers skillfully repair luggage, handbags, belts, and briefcases with services ranging from zipper replacement to full dyeing and reconditioning.
Things Celtic recreates a vibrant version of Ireland and Scotland through an extensive collection of handmade and unique imports. A library of literature feeds historical, culinary, or cultural appetites, and traditional Irish and Scottish teas transport flavors from across the Atlantic. Silver jewelry bends and weaves in the shape of traditional Celtic knots, crosses, charms, and frames surround Ogham artwork, a rare and vertical form of writing from ancient Ireland. Things Celtic also helps friends passionately display their heritage through flags and traditional and custom-made kilts. The hotbed of Celtic pride also takes part in local events, such as music festivals, beer tastings, and seminars on James Joyce's pop-up books.
With an arsenal of nearly 5,000 square feet of fine fabrics from around the world, Capra & Cavelli is poised to keep men fully covered with ready-to-wear clothing, bespoke suiting, and stylish accessories. A staff of living and breathing tailors and style mavens shepherd visitors through the forests of formalwear, dress shirts, shoes, and sportswear from brands such as Haupt, Canali, Santoni, and Robert Talbott, making expert recommendations for building a professional wardrobe or adding a touch of sophistication to a knife fight.
With top-shelf textiles from Italian mills such as Cerruti 1881 and Piacenza, Capra & Cavelli’s virtuosic tailors have won over such notable clients such as the King of Burgers. More plebeian clients can visit the shop for measurements for custom suiting and alterations on existing outerwear, but the shop's mobile tape measurers can also accommodate busy schedules with in-office or at-home fittings.
Sequins, satin, and every hue of the rainbow. Muzzie’s Austin’s racks sway with elaborate ball gowns, flirty cocktail dresses, and formalwear for pageants. The store’s expansive collection of eveningwear hails from designers such as Tony Bowls, Jovanni, La Femme, and Flirt. The shop also offers shoes and jewelry as the perfect compliment to gowns and dresses.
Blockbuster Express reboots the home-video experience of yore with more than 200 video-vending kiosks conveniently located in Atlanta with thousands more nationwide. The shiny blue monoliths of joy are stuffed every Tuesday with hundreds of current blockbusters and hits—including titles like The Social Network, Red, and Paranormal Activity 2—providing endless visual sustenance for hungry eyes. With kiosks located in grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, and other places that are daily frequented, dinner and a movie becomes far easier than smuggling a blindfolded chef into a multiplex.
Since 1971, Freewheeling Bicycles has furnished cyclists with bikes from such notable names as Gary Fisher, Trek, and Electra as well as complementary parts and accessories. Before hopping on their two-wheeled transport and riding off into the sunset or silhouetting against the moon, riders can take advantage of a free tune-up offered with every purchase of a new bike and slide into apparel such as jerseys, shorts, and outerwear. The staff also lets customers test-ride bikes in their sizable parking lot.