Virginia Shopping

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Virginia Shopping

  • Tan-A Supermarket

    Richmond Shopping

    Sells a variety of Asia groceries, impressed with what they carry but not happy with the service. No one could help me find sweet soy sauce and then another customer actually showed me where it was. The store smells and the fish has flies hovering over it! This store take cash only, which I only found out when I the lady rang me up. I would go back...

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  • Haversack Store (Museum of the...

    Richmond Shopping

    The Haversack Store was located inside the modern building of the Museum of the Confederacy, just right of the entrance. I was impressed with the things offered there, all in a small space. It was real paradise for fans of history and the Civil War. Well, being at the beginning of quite expensive trip I didn't buy anything there but... I see the...

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  • Carytown

    Richmond Shopping

    Carytown is definitely the home to the ecclectic shoppers of Richmond. This is the only part of town where you can find stores dedicated to the care and feeding of your dogs, right next door to the maternity clothing shops and a couple doors down from the mystic art shop where you can buy all the things you need to become a witch. Some of the store...

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  • Regency Square Mall

    Richmond Shopping

    Regency Square Mall has more than 100 stores and restaurants. A food court is on the lower level next to Sears. Regency Square may be more "upmarket" and "better" to some, but I preferred the old Regency Square. Once upon a time, at this very location, diverse smells wafted through the air: mint and chocolate from Fanny Farmer candy store, cookies...

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  • Cary Court Park & Shop

    Richmond Shopping

    Cary Court is a small, cozy, old fashioned true neighbourhood shopping centre (as opposed to Gayton Crossing in the West End which plays one on TV). There are less than 10 shops here, among which are Creatures 'n Crooks (a bookstore), Hair Cuttery, Richmond Camera, and Pink (a women's clothing store). This shopping centre stands out because of its...

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  • The Shops at Willow Lawn

    Richmond Shopping

    The Shops at Willow Lawn is located between historic Monument Avenue and busy Broad Street. There are over 60 great places to shop and dine including Ben Franklin Crafts & Frames, Cocoanut Jewelry, Old Navy, Starbucks, Ross Dress For Less, Hallmark, Blades Day Spa, Picture Parts, Rack Room Shoes, Bath and Body Works, Victoria's Secret, Padow's Hams...

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  • Short Pump Town Centre

    Richmond Shopping

    The Short Pump Town Centre is one of the Richmond area's newest major shopping mall. Different from others like Regency Square, Chesterfield Town Centre, and Virginia Centre Commons- all enclosed malls, this one is very much an open-air shopping centre. That is okay during the spring and autumn when the temperatures are more moderate, but how will...

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  • Southside Plaza

    Richmond Shopping

    Southside Plaza is a strip mall on Richmond's south side (south of the James River). Its principal tenants are Farmer's Foods and CVS drug & pharmacy among smaller stores. Like many places, Southside Plaza has seen better days. It used to be anchored by the (now defunct) Miller & Rhoads department store and S & W Cafeteria as well as Ward's T.V....

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  • Fairfield Commons

    Richmond Shopping

    What ever happened to the community shopping center? It is alive and well at Fairfield Commons Mall. Fairifeld Commons can boast that it is the longest surviving indoor shopping mall in the Richmond area. The mall has changed since its beginnings in the late 60s but still has Peebles and Maxway as anchor stores and over 35 other merchants ranging...

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  • West End Antique Mall

    Richmond Shopping

    Let me first say that I have been to 40 or so antique malls on the East Coast and this is by far the nicest one I have been to. The store is gigantic for an antique mall, a little confusing layout however (they have maps). I went to this store and was able to get a present for everyone on my list, including my grandson. The quality of the...

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  • Tuckernuck Square

    Richmond Shopping

    Your website says a virtual tour of the shopping center. You do not have a tour on the website. I was looking for the name of a restaurant you have in the center but you do not have a list of the stores in the shopping center. Why would you say on your website a virtual tour when you don't have it? I wanted the name of a restaurant ????

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  • Bodega Latina

    Richmond Shopping

    Bodega Latina is a local chain of Latino grocery stores. While its product line caters mainly to the Mexican and El Salvadoran community, you can find products made in Brazil, Peru, and any other parts of Latin America. The staff is almost exclusively native and they will take the time to explain what an obscure ingredient is used for. I no longer...

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  • Westbury Shopping Center

    Richmond Shopping

    Westbury is actually not one store but a collection of stores. The shopping center has some pretty good restaurants like Mio's which is a pretty nice italian restaurant. The food is good there and the price is reasonable. I will have a Mio's tip up in the future to refer to. The store that I shop at the most in this shopping center is Disco Sports,...

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  • European Deli

    Richmond Shopping

    I don't mean Odessa, Texas, folks, more like Odessa, Ukraine, where the owner hails from. The European Deli on West Broad Street at Tuckernuck Square Shopping Centre brings Eastern Europe home to a surprisingly large slice of that community in the Richmond area. Some of the packages are in either English and Russian (in the cyrillic alphabet) or...

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  • Bodega Brasil

    Richmond Shopping

    I heard of Bodega Brasil quite by accident. I was in the west end on some other errand when I stopped by Bodega Latina on Quioccasin Road to grab a tin of guaraná. I was stunned they didn't have any, but they told me there was a new ethnic market owned by them which sells mainly Brazilian groceries and it was over by the Ipanema Grill restaurant on...

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  • Ridge Shopping Centre

    Richmond Shopping

    Ridge Shopping Centre is at one corner of Parham and Quioccasin Roads. I used to go to the Ridge Cinema from time to time, but they tore it down. That doesn't mean that Ridge Shopping Centre is on its last legs, like maybe Parham Plaza across the street. There is Alan Furs, Quizno's Subs, Szechuan Restaurant, Shevel's Menswear, Adolf Jewelers,...

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  • Confederate Money

    Richmond Shopping

    When I come back from a trip, I like to have a little something for everyone I work with. Unfortunately, I work with about 50 people. A great, cheap souvenier from Virginia is Confederate money. It's not real, of course, but it's certainly a conversation piece. I got mine at the gift shop at Berkeley Plantation on the James River. A package of...

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  • Stony Point Fashion Park

    Richmond Shopping

    Why would somebody like me be caught dead at a place like this? Well, I went to see what all the hype was about and to report on it for VT. Similar to the Short Pump Town Centre, Stony Point Fashion Park is an open-air shopping centre. While it leans to the upmarket, it has a more friendly air than the other place. Some shops even let dogs in,...

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  • River Road Shopping Center

    Richmond Shopping

    The River Road shopping center is more of a upscale shopping center and has high end stores like Talbot's which is a women's apparal store and Harold's which is a men's casual and finewear store. It also has the usual Starbucks, and a few other restaurants like Azzuro which is an Italian restaurant. Another clothing store found here is the Pink...

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  • Gayton Crossing

    Richmond Shopping

    Gayton Crossing is a colonial-style shopping centre which has been at the crossing of Gayton, Gaskins, and Quioccasin Roads in Richmond's west end since the mid 1980s. It has more of a neighbourhood feel because a larger proportion of stores are operated by the owner than at most strip malls, although there are notable chains like Kroger, ...

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  • 17th Street Farmers Market

    Richmond Shopping

    Although not technically considered a shop, the 17th Street Farmers Market in Downtown Richmond, VA is a nice little spot to stop in during a visit through the city. Located within a block of the main train station, this market is a wonderful little enclave for the local artisans peddling their wares. It is completely open air, and really only took...

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  • Dumbarton Square

    Richmond Shopping

    Dumbarton Square is a small strip mall at the corner of Hilliard and Staples Mill Road. It is anchored by Ukrop's and Eckerd (drugstore). There is also a Shoney's restaurant in the parking lot. My favourite shop here is 2M Mediterranean Market & Deli. This shopping centre goes back a way with me. I can remember before Ukrop's came to Mechanicsville...

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  • Parham Plaza

    Richmond Shopping

    Parham Plaza has seen better days. It used to be the mall in the west end before Regency Square was built in the mid 1970s. There used to be Giant Foods, Shevel's Menswear, and many smaller stores like American Handicrafts, Tuesday Morning, and others. Now, it is reduced to Hecht's Furniture Gallery, Staples, Hollywood Video, and Buttons & Bows...

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  • Musket Balls

    Richmond Shopping

    Sold at gift shops and Civil War memorabilia shops, a good, cheap souvenier from Virginia is a musket ball. These hefty little pups go for around $5, and are a truly unique gift. Once you feel how heavy they are, you get an appreciation for how much damage they used to cause. Probably not a good gift for a child!

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  • Braves Merchandise

    Richmond Shopping

    The Braves Merchandise shop is a medium-sized kiosk located strategically on the main concourse of The Diamond as you go up the steps from the ticket booth. You can find all kinds of apparel including caps, t-shirts, and jerseys, publications, ticket plans, and various other things like baseballs, bats, and keychains. Given that the Richmond Braves...

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  • Westland Shopping Centre

    Richmond Shopping

    Westland Shopping Center is a rather plain strip mall on West Broad Street. They sure make the most of the name by having a corny cactus symbol in front, making the strip mall hard to miss. It has some vacant slots, but its anchor stores (Books-a-Million and Hancock Fabrics) and its convenient location- just east of the intersection of Broad and...

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  • Chesterfield Towne Centre

    Richmond Shopping

    Chesterfield Towne Centre is a rather large mall in Chesterfield County, Virginia (just southwest of Richmond proper) which is anchored by Sears, J.C. Penney, Hecht's and Dillard's department stores. It used to be called Chesterfield Mall and only had 40 or so stores, but it grew into a more upmarket shopping centre and helped along the demise of...

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  • Dave's Comics

    Richmond Shopping

    Some might think of Dave's Comics as being older than dirt it has been a fixture in Richmond for so long. Anyone who picked up a comic book in the 80s was sure to see an ad for good ole Dave's. It is an extremely well organized shop with a vast selection for certain. Unfortunately Dave himself can be very abrassive and is well known for openly...

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  • La Différence

    Richmond Shopping

    La Difference in Richmond, VA will jack its prices up the day of a sale then offer discount. Something I wanted to buy on Saturday was $699 - went on sale Wednesday but they jacked the price to $875 then gave a discount on the higher price. WE ARe BOYCOTTING! UNETHICAL!!!! Nothing. They will rip you off. Nothing. They manipulate and lie about their...

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  • Happy Mart

    Richmond Shopping

    A fairly wide selection of Latin American foods and cookware is sold here. It is in a plain building on West Broad Street with a not-so-Latin sounding name. I found some tamale seasoning, some green salsa and a stone mortar and pestle.

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  • The Shops at White Oak Village

    Richmond Shopping

    Those familiar in passing with Richmond, on hearing the name "The Shops at White Oak Village" would assume it's an upmarket (snooty) galleria in the affluent West End. On the contrary, while a contrast to the down market strip malls nearby, it is much more modest than Short Pump Town Centre in the West End and Stony Point on the south side. It...

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  • St. John's Church Gift Shop

    Richmond Shopping

    The St. John's Church Gift Shop is on the church grounds in a small white building with stained glass over the doors. It is smaller than most museum gift shops. It has a lot to offer. It sells Christmas ornaments, postcards, picture books, t-shirts, and all manner of gifts. Oddly enough, while it does feature busts of George Washington and Thomas...

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  • The Capitol Shop

    Richmond Shopping

    The Capitol Shop features nearly 800 square feet (244 sq. m.) of merchandise celebrating all things Virginia. The Shop, located just inside the new Capitol Restoration and Expansion, opened to the public 1 May 2007, after the rededication ceremony. Proceeds from Shop sales benefit the Virginia Historical Society and the Virginia Capitol Foundation....

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  • Carytown Wine & Beer

    Richmond Shopping

    Christian and I stopped here (at the Cary Court Shopping Centre) near the end of our walk through Carytown because he wanted to get my mama a nice bottle of wine. He got her a Michelsberg wine from Germany. en español, em português, en français You can buy all kinds of wine and beer here (although I never saw the Tahitian Hinano beer). Most of...

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  • Gator's Goodies & Gifts

    Richmond Shopping

    Located in the Jefferson Hotel, Gator's Goodies & Gifts is a small shop in which you can purchase a newspaper, a cup of coffee, and all manner of whatnots related to the Jefferson Hotel and the Richmond area. The same lady always seems to be there and she remembers me on account of my frequents visits there together with new friends. In the photo...

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  • Bygones

    Richmond Shopping

    Definitely more women's clothes (and I mean a lot!) but also some nice men's stuff as well. Great selection of accesories also. This place is chock full of vintage clothes, some dating back to the 1900s! Owner, Maynie, is very nice and knowledgeable as are the rest of her staff. Vintage clothing $5-$$$

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  • Halcyon

    Richmond Shopping

    It's mostly women's clothes but they have a fair amount of men's clothes as well. Owner, Connie, only gets the best quality vintage clothes and often has new old stock/dead stock items that can range from the 1920s through the 1980s. Prices are reasonable for the quality. Definitely not the Goodwill. Quality vintage clothing $5-$$$

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  • El Rincon Latino

    Richmond Shopping

    El Rincon Latino is a Latin American grocery store on Ricmond's East End. It sells all manner of Latino groceries including spices, condiments, fruits, and soft drinks imported from as far away as Brazil. They also have a small selection of music, t-shirts, and books. There is a small restaurant in the rear of the store.

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  • Huguenot Village

    Richmond Shopping

    Huguenot Village, at the intersection of Huguenot and Robious Road, is a village type shopping centre, rather like Gayton Crossing in the west end, but not quite as obviously false. Among the main tenants are Williams-Sherrill home furnishings (rather a poor man's La Différence), Candela's Pizzeria, Henrico Furniture at Huguenot Village, Ghengis...

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  • One Eyed Jacques

    Richmond Shopping

    One Eyed Jacques has another festively coloured storefront along West Cary Street. It falls under the category toys and games but with special emphasis on the latter. One Eyed Jacques caters more to the gamer than an average toy store like Kay Bee or Toys 'R Us. It offers puzzles, board games, chess, backgammon, video games, roleplaying games, and...

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  • Ukrop's

    Richmond Shopping

    Ukrop's is not only a grocery store, but an upmarket Richmond institution- a part of Richmond culture. The stores, located uniquely across the Richmond area, have a wide selection of products including a complete international foods aisle. Anything in the way of food EXCEPT wine, beer or liquor of any sort, is available at Ukrop's. (The management...

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  • Mall Shopping

    This was a mall I used to go to when I was stationed in Virginia. When I arrived, I had NO civilian clothes, so I came here to buy a pair of jeans,a few t-shirts, and some shoes. There are many stores here, including a large pefume shop for your girlfriend/wife to jump into; and a Dick's sporting goods store for all the guys. There is also a movie...

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  • Richmond - Take a piece of history home

    The Haversack Store is located inside the modern building of the Museum of the Confederacy, just right of the entrance. I was impressed with the things offered there, all in a small space. It was real paradise for fans of history and the Civil War. Well, being at the beginning of quite expensive trip I didn't buy anything there but I see the store...

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  • They sell Virginia's hospitality :-)

    It's one of the largest gift stores I have seen in the USA. It offers various gifts, souvenirs, toys, apparel and home decor. A large classical building of the store was decorated before incoming Halloween. Inside I was again a bit surprised when I saw Christmas decorations sold in the middle of October. Well, it's not that rare in the USA. I paid...

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  • Virginia wine and gifts

    As I remember well there are three shops at Luray Caverns: - the Country Store which offers some handicraft souvenirs,- two gift shops in the Entrance Building and in the Car and Carriage Caravan offering gifts , books, CDs etc. related to the place as well as Virginia wine.In the Entrance Building I've paid attention to beautiful and large stone...

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