Sorry to say this store is not open anymore. Yet, there is another business here in it's place.
What a wonderful find. Not too many shops were open due to bad business according to the gentleman who had fortunatley for us had his shop open that day. I found some vases that I just had to have for my home and later we returned to buy some refreshment for the family since is was warm, but not as warm as it can get around here. As it turns out this gentleman just retired from NASA and was a member of the shuttle recovery ground crew. He has a wonderful display of his photograhs avialable on his desk. You should ask him about it! Good for him on his retirement and we wished him well. They have lots of different types of Spanish or Southwest Decor items for you home. So be sure to check it out. I was glad we wondered in!
What to buy: I bought a set of three southwest vases and refreshments for my family
What to pay: Spent about $30.00
Another one of those antique stores where its name hints around what use to be very popular during it's hey day....could it be referring to the red light district? Any ways, its all in fun. During my second visit, it was open..yay! This wonderful lovely lady who worked there, was bright and cheery. I bought a couple of insulators. My oldest sister had a collection of them and so they reminded me of her. They were in good shape too. Neat antique shop.
Not open the day we were there, but had such character on the outside. Most of the buidings were all so interesting to see. It makes you wonder what most were and who built them. Supposely has lots of bottles, antiques, furniture and so many assorted things.