Shopping in Columbia


Select Local Merchants

Longtime Columbia resident Chris Moseley opened his Play It Again Sports store in 1997, eventually earning his parent company's Gold Standard Seal for exemplary customer service and for the quality and range of his inventory. The shop's revolving selection outfits athletes of all persuasions with protective apparel and appropriate gear. Cleats, mitts, and baseball bats fill shelves, along with golf clubs and lacrosse sticks. Moseley's shop also supports waterborne sports, such as kayaking and chasing mermaids, as well as wintertime pursuits, such as skiing and chasing snowmen. Exercise equipment such as weights, kettlebells, and treadmills also helps keep bodies in good health.
7372 Two Notch Rd
Columbia,
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The experienced leather doctors at Dickson's Old Cobbler Shoe Repair apply their nimble hands to all manner of footwear. Cobblers can repair the full soles and heels on a pair of men or women's shoes, repair the corkbed and soles on Birkenstocks, or entirely recraft tattered cowboy boots. Technicians keep leathers looking luxurious with a shine job on boots, purses, and jackets, or heighten shoes up to 1.25 inches so customers can finally reach the height required to vote.
6358 Saint Andrews Rd
Columbia,
SC
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Webb Rawls Galleries has been in the framing business for more than a century, a testament to the timelessness of their work. Whether preserving pictures, artwork, or memorabilia, the staff of professional framers helps clients find the ideal presentation for their keepsakes.
619 Harden Street
Columbia,
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Featuring an abundance of indoor inflatable slides, jumps, and obstacle courses, Monkey Joe's caters to energetic kids and their break-desperate parents regardless of the day's forecast. Today's Groupon lets you and your youngster swing by for a bout of supervised bouncing during any of the gym's open hours, which take place every day of the week ($7.99 admission Monday–Friday; $8.99 admission on weekends). Adults always get in for free, but are asked not to jump on the play equipment unless they are watching a child four years or younger or just won bingo. Instead, accompanying elders can relax in Monkey Joe's amenity-laden parent nook, which features comfortable seating, free wireless internet, flat-screen televisions, and computer stations that never need you to wipe their nose. Kids three years and younger can scoot confidently about the super-soft surfaces of the separate Mini Monkey Zone.
171 Newland Road
Columbia,
SC
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• For $25, you get $50 worth of fine jewelry. • For $50, you get $100 worth of fine jewelry. • For $75, you get $150 worth of fine jewelry.
1632 Broad River Rd
Columbia,
SC
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Barron's Outfitters' knowledgeable staff assists and prepares novice and veteran hunters and fishermen for their respective game with a vast selection of equipment. Shimano and St. Croix rods ($19.95–$119.95) cast long smooth lines while being used to fish pennies out of wishing pools. Spin with the Shimano and Penn fishing reels ($29.99–$199.99), or throw on a Guy Harvey shirt ($19.99) and a Filson hat ($29.99) while protecting your eyes with Costa Del Mar sunglasses ($139–$249). Barron's Outfitters also cleans and repairs equipment.
1725 Harden St
Columbia,
SC
US
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