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BEEF JERKY OUTLET | NORTHWEST/IRMO/HARBISON

1260 Bower Parkway, Suite A-5, Columbia, SC 29212 | Mon-Sat: 10am-9pm | Sun: 12-6pm

803-661-9015


Beef Jerky Outlet offers a wide assortment of the highest quality USDA-approved jerky, made in small batches so it will always be fresh. Features dozens of varieties and flavors of jerky, as well as biltong, turkey, bacon, ham, and salmon jerkies, as well as exotic game meats like alligator, kangaroo, ostrich, and more – stop by to sample today! T-shirts, pet treats, popcorn and snacks, hot sauces and BBQ sauces, pepper plants, spices, pickled products, candies and bug suckers, vegetable chips, rubs & marinades, jellies, jams, Chow Chow, and more. Jerky lovers, rejoice!



The Blossom Shop | Devine Street

2001 Devine Street, Columbia, SC 29205 | Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm | Sat: 8am-12pm | Sun: closed

803-799-3730


Blossom Shop delivers both locally and nationwide and have a large assortment of fresh flowers, tropicals, plants, European/dish gardens, contemporary and traditional arrangements, silk arrangements, dried floral arrangements, gourmet and fruit baskets, gift baskets, and candles. The flower selection is made up of everything from seasonal favorites, to traditional roses and tulips, to unique and stylish “Modern” bouquets and lush and exotic “Lavish” bouquets, which any girl would love! Use Blossom Shop’s floral app! It’s easy and allows you to buy flowers anytime, anywhere!



Ethan Allen | Northwest/Irmo/Harbison

101 Harbison Boulevard

803-407-1500

Ethan Allen has launched its new Disney collection of furniture, lighting, bedding, decor and more, and it's not just for kids! Find pieces for every room of your house, in colors like "Minnie Pink" and "Mickey's Shorts Red", and in shapes and patterns that reflect Disney's most beloved characters.



Re-Invintage

912 Harden St, Columbia, SC 29205 | Wed. - Sat. 11AM–6PM | Sun. 12PM-5PM

(803) 851-3162


Specializing in custom painted furniture, Re-Invintage, takes used wood furniture and upcycles it into amazingly beautiful pieces. The shop is gorgeously decorated, definitely worth a browse. In addition to their furniture, they offer pillows, wall art, and accessories. Re-Invintage offers services from their team of experienced, qualified craftsmen that include in-home consultations, furniture refurbishment, custom-built pieces, wood wall applications, and more. Looking to DIY? Re-Invintage holds fun, informative workshops where you’ll learn about paint techniques, detail tips, and unique finishes.


South Carolina State Farmers Market

3483 Charleston Hwy, West Columbia, SC
803-737-4664


The South Carolina State Farmers Market provides the Greater Columbia area a fresh and colorful assortment of certified SC grown fruits, vegetables, and plants! The Farmers Market also sells countless other certified SC products such as jams, pickled veggies, and baked goods! Produce and plants arrive daily at the largest produce market in the Southeast! Both visitors and buyers are welcome to experience the South Carolina State Farmers Market!


Southern Bedding | Downtown

400 Calhoun St.

803-765-9630


Is it time to replace your mattress? Do you need a custom mattress to fit your custom bed? Do you need quality options that won’t hurt your pocket? Southern Bedding of Columbia is just the place for you. We are a family owned and operated company located in Columbia, S.C.; we extend service throughout the area and the Midlands. With more than 50 years of experience, our professionals can assist you with finding the perfect mattress for you and your family.



the red lion antique mall

1929 Hampton Street | Mon-Fri: 10:30am-5:30pm | Sat 10:30am-4pm | Sun: 12-4pm

803-603-6199


Located in the historic Robert Mills District of Columbia, The Red Lion Antique Mall houses 10,000 square feet of furniture, home decor, unique gifts, collectibles, and so much more! Their beautiful space is home to an ever-revolving supply of new arrivals from antique dealers, so you are sure to find something from another time, that you’ll cherish for a lifetime.



An Afternoon in Chapin

This unique small town is at Exit 91 off I-26 and has a great selection of specialty shops, including apparel, furniture, gifts and art galleries.

Columbiana Centre Mall

Columbiana Centre is the largest enclosed shopping mall in Columbia, with anchors Belk, Dillards, and JCPenney. Walk the mall and you’ll get a great workout. A full size carousel sits inside the food court along with loads of food choices. Everything you expect in a nice mall is here. Located off I-26 at Harbison Blvd. (803) 732-6255

 

Carolina Imports | Downtown Columbia

2965 North Main Street
803-748-9889
Handmade wood furniture at unbelievable prices! Furniture made from plantation grown mahogany, teak, oak, elm or pine.

Convenience and Value - Dutch Square Mall:

Columbia’s original enclosed mall is anchored by Belk and Burlington Coat Factory with many national and local stores offering a wide selection of apparel, athletic shoes, footwear, jewelry and more...many at discounted prices. Multi-plex cinema. Bush River Road near I-26. (803) 772-3864


Devine Street:

The upper crust of Columbia retail. From art galleries, to shoe boutiques, to fine jewelry, to designer clothing, Devine Street is the place to be. New stores opening in early 2014: Monkee’s (upscale women’s clothing) and Strictly Running (new store) Devine Street.


Downtown - Main Street

Buy fabulous clothing from Granger-Owings and Circa 1332, outdoor apparel and fun stuff from Mast General Store, hip eyewear from Frame of Mind, original art at Tapps Art Center and from the artist studios inside the Arcade Building.


Explore Northeast’s Village at Sandhill:

Department store favorites Belk and JCPenney anchor this beautifully landscaped 300-acre shoppers’ mecca. Unique local shops are neighbors to nationally known brands like Victoria’s Secret and Academy Sports. Regular entertainment, lots of benches, lovely fountains, a variety of good restaurants... a very nice place to spend a day! Two Notch Rd and Clemson Rd. (803) 419-0235

Five Points:

Where the college crowd shops. Many apparel, accessory and footwear retailers along with coffee shops and ethnic dining. Hippie duds, vintage apparel, art, music, more. Vicinity of Harden St. at Devine St. New stores opening in early 2014: Steel Garden (clothing and accessories, focusing on U.S. Made goods, also selling intimates and seasonal swim) 619 Harden Street.

 

Lexington Pavillion:

The newest center in the Lexington area with Target, Cost Plus World Market, PetsMart, Best Buy and an array of smaller shops and restaurants. Located at 5109 Sunset Boulevard (US Hwy 378)

 

The Vista:

Just west of downtown, the Vista area is a popular entertainment and dining district but also home to walk-about shopping for art, clothing, outdoor gear, jewelry, gifts, antiques and home furnishings. Opening soon: Studio Cellar, a paint & sip studio. Gervais St. west of Assembly St.


Trenholm Plaza:

This old-timey strip shopping center has undergone a complete personality change and is now a hip home to great dining, Fresh Market, Stein-Mart, Books-a-Million, Publix, and a dozen fun and interesting one-of-a-kind shops. Trenholm Road and Forest Drive (near Ft. Jackson)