Wilmington, besides being a tourist destination, is also a vibrant shopping mecca. Wilmington has two main shopping centers, Mayfaire Town Center and Independence Mall, if you’re looking for national brand chain stores and the larger department stores. Leland shopping choices are growing, with new stores in the Walmart Super Center, Waterford Village and a new center being developed at Brunswick Forest. But where Wilmington shoppers and tourists find unique, one-of-a-kind stores and an eclectic shopping experience are the smaller centers that offer retail, restaurants, popular services and more. Notable among these are the Cotton Exchange, Downtown, Lumina Station near Wrightsville Beach or Blue Moon Gift Shops.
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Wrightsbville Beach’s only grocery store is also one of it’s most famous landmarks and sure tourist attraction. You must try the Famous Chicken Salad, Nye’s Cream Sandwiches and more. From steaks and chicken to the food staples you need if you’re cooking in at the beach.
Music lovers have found the spot in Wilmington for rare and used vinyl, CDs, DVDs and more. Tuned in to pop culture across the board, Yellow Dog also carries Funko POP figures.
17th St. Designs, a staple in Coastal North Carolina, has been providing custom designs in the area for over 14 years.
17th Street Design Works is a collection of independent eclectic business housed in the 17th Street Antique Building near downtown Wilmington, NC. These small companies have sprung from the fires of innovation and preservation. Sapona fronts the building with green building solutions for your home or office. EREV motorized skateboards. 17th Street Designs creates and restores fine furniture.
Wilmington’s source for Italian products and food specialties, as well as gourmet coffees to enjoy in the Coffee Shoppe or take home.