Shopping in Timberlake

50% Off


$32 $16

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 72% Off Serta Memory-Foam Mattresses at Mattress Savvy


$900 $279

The foam core provides support and reduces pressure better than traditional springs, while the memory foam layer contours to bodies

42% Off Homebrewing Equipment and Hydroponic Supplies


$50 $29

Homebrewing and hydroponic enthusiasts looking to grow or brew their own can browse through a wealth of supplies

Up to 53% Off Women's Apparel and Accessories


$20 $10

Zig-zag-striped, polka-dot-dusted, and patterned seasonal clothing items from brands such as Glam, THML, and Everly

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

Old Irving Park

$149 $24.99

Show off your knowledge of the stacking-bracelets trend by adorning your wrist with a set of three fashionable bracelets

Up to 63% Off Custom Shirts or Suit Package

Multiple Locations

$450 $199

Bespoke tailor custom-measures and crafts 100% English wool suits and Egyptian-cotton shirts in the tradition of London's Savile Row

Half Off Women's Boutique Apparel

Mount Airy

$50 $25

Playful dresses, polo shirts, and jeans from top designers along with jewelry and accessories

Half Off UNC Apparel at Johnny T-shirt

Johnny T-shirt: The Carolina Store

$20 $10

Licensed tees, sweatshirts, jackets, and other gear for fans of all ages to cheer on Tar Heel teams

Half Off at The Clothing Warehouse

Downtown Chapel Hill

$30 $15


Choose from classic vintage garments such as dresses, Levi's jeans, vintage T-shirts, men's and women's cowboy boots, and sunglasses

$10 for Cigars or Accessories at Cigar Realm

VA Center Commons

$20 $10

More than 450 varieties of hand-rolled stogies share the shelves at this cigar shop with an onsite smoking lounge

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Whether you have your pets groomed for show or sheer necessity, our Professional Groomers can keep them looking gorgeous and ready to take on the world.

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3427 Waterlick Rd

The Corset Corner opened its door in 2005, it is a special place to shop and a cozy environment, a place to be fitted, to pamper yourself with the finest women's lingerie. We have a complete Bridal area, just for Brides, we carry a full line of Bridal Lingerie and Gifts... Corsets, Bustiers, honeymoon wear.

915 Main St

A bugle boomed with a brash moan that bordered on shrill, as if the metal it was made of were on the verge of shattering like glass. Its player drew a sideward glance to his wife, whose neck was contorted in the throes of a visceral shriek as she slammed a wooden spoon against the tin washbasin. Darkness was giving way to the orange of morning on June 18, 1864, and the Union's Major General David Hunter was presumably within earshot. The clamor of Lynchburg's citizens was their first defense, making the Confederate forces sound larger and stronger than they actually were. It was a smart move, as Hunter eventually retreated because he believed he was outnumbered.

The concise Confederate victory preserved many historical sites in Lynchburg, which had been the United States’ second wealthiest city per capita before the Civil War devastated the economy. Today, the Lynchburg Museum traces the stories of the region, from the cannons and flags of the Civil War to a flight suit worn by hometown astronaut Leland Melvin. More than 20,000 artifacts are housed within the former Lynchburg courthouse, which was built in the Greek Revival style in 1855, replete with architectural details including fluted Doric columns and a pedimented portico inspired by the Parthenon.

Less than a mile away, Point of Honor accommodates guests within the re-created plantation kitchen of the restored Federal-period mansion built in 1815 by Dr. George Cabell Sr., friend to both Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson. Guests can peer out at a vista of the James River before exploring the Medicine in Early Virginia exhibit, which highlights tools and methods practiced by Dr. Cabell such as giving patients colds in order to cure their rickets.

109 Norwood St

Each Bloop Frozen Yogurt location keeps a lineup of frozen yogurt machines churning out 10–16 rotating flavors in nonfat, low-fat, and no-sugar-added forms—not to mention nondairy sorbet options such as watermelon and pink lemonade. Cups pile high with Godiva dark chocolate, cake batter, and real strawberry yogurt and a wide array of toppings such as M&Ms, gummy worms, and seasonal fruits. The frozen treat innovators encourage enthusiasts to submit their own outrageous flavor ideas in hopes that one day, wishes for a yogurt inspired by Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey can finally be fulfilled. Every Bloop cup of yogurt purchased provides a cup of clean drinking water to areas in need through the A Cup 4 A Cup initiative. So far, the Bloop chain has donated more than 42,000 cups, and a goal for each new store is to provide a new drinking well to a needy community.

3600 Candlers Mountain Rd

Three cyclists cruise the calm banks of the James River; one rides a brand new Gary Fisher, one sits atop a tuned-up fixed gear, and the other tests out a Trek rental bike—all thanks to Bikes Unlimited. The store’s downtown location, housed inside a historical brick building constructed in 1897, is stocked with mountain, road, and BMX bikes along with gear such as cycling computers, trainers, and jerseys. Mechanics at the downtown and Wyndhurst locations are on hand to perform necessary tune-ups and repairs, but the shop’s support for the cycling community doesn’t end there; the staff leads regular group rides, helps to build and maintain local mountain-bike trails, and sends cheetahs in pursuit of racers as a motivational tool.

1305 Enterprise Dr

The 16-year-old Magnolia Foods purveys specialty gourmet groceries and freshly baked goods, curating a fine selection of European chocolates, imported cheeses, and fresh sandwiches. Baked goods such as cappuccino brownies and lemon squares seduce tummies without the use of lard or shortening, and trays of bite-size appetizers prevent a party's ravenous guests from attempting to nibble on silverware, plastic fruit, or plastic caviar. Local artwork hangs proudly from the walls as guests meander through the eclectic array of kitchenware, and the scents of bubbling gourmet soups and special-occasion cakes pleasantly waft through olfactory apparatuses.

2476 Rivermont Ave