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Modern prints and vintage pieces in fresh hues create looks for her and him to suit any occasion.
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166 cARYTOWN AT A GLANCE A complete listing of shops, restaurants and businesses, organized by category.
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VMFA reopens with 2,500 additional pieces of art and 50 percent more exhibition space.
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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts reopens May 1, offering more art nearby By Bethany Emerson
arytown has long been known for its artsy style, and come May, a new parking deck with more than 600 spaces will provide a tangible link to the renovated Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. It will allow Richmonders and out-oftowners “to park once and experience the treasures of VMFA as well as the mile-long array of shopping and dining experiences in Carytown,” says Suzanne Hall, VMFA’s chief communications officer. The museum’s grand reopening May 1 brings a close to five years of extensive renovations, adding more than 165,000 square feet and 2,500 pieces of new art. The parking deck, which is three blocks from Carytown, will have a $3 all-day rate, with banners directing visitors to the nearby shopping district. The $150 million expansion was designed
with walkers in mind. Its centerpiece is the from one end of the building to the other pristine James W. and Frances G. McGloth- and then to the streets beyond. Previously, VMFA included a 13.5-acre lin Wing, crafted by architect Rick Mather to bring art to the street through a 40-by-70- complex of five different buildings, but the McGlothlin Wing connects the existing foot window that overlooks the Boulevard. “This is not a museum that stops at these structures. Walkways allow visitors to enjoy four walls,” says Bob Tarren, VMFA’s direc- the art by period or genre in circular paths. “That’s a huge departure from going into tor of marketing. “The outside is as impora room and seeing art and going to another tant as the inside.” Guests are ushered into the Louise B. room,” Tarren says. VMFA houses more than 5,000 years of and J. Harwood Cochrane Atrium, an airy, three-story space with curved lines and art, from ancient Egyptian pottery to Italian glass walls to the east and west. The atrium Renaissance paintings, from the decorative was designed to ease traffic flow, with glass creations of Tiffany to 20th-century porelevators and five floatChalk Up the Town ing walkways that lead to On April 17, Carytown invites the public to claim a the permanent art galleries. spot on their sidewalk and chalk it up with a work of From several points in the art that reﬂects the theme “What I Love About Richmuseum (including one of mond.” Free and open to the public, 30,000 pieces of the walkways), you can see chalk will be handed out in eight shades from noon to
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traits by Andy Warhol and Chuck Close. Must-sees include a 26-ton white-marble pavilion recently imported from Rajasthan, India, located in the South Asian art gallery on the third level. Also new to the museum is a Ryan McGinness commission that measures 8 feet by 32 feet. Installed on the wall of the McGlothlin wing entryway, the work, Art History is Not Linear (VMFA) is made of 16 panels of layered iconographs. Also of note is the Worsham-Rockefeller bedroom, a fully furnished 1880s room in the style of the British Aesthetic Movement. The lower level includes a 12,000-square-foot gallery for special exhibits, starting with a collection of about 170 works by Louis Comfort Tiffany on display May 29 through Aug. 15. Lower-level exhibits are ticketed ($12 to $15 for the Tiffany exhibit). “What VMFA intends to do is meet each individual’s desire for relevant art,” Hall says. “It could be wandering in the Chinese galleries ... drinking cappuccino in the Best Café or surfing the Internet in the Robins Sculpture Garden.” On May 1, the grand opening will start with a ceremony at 10 a.m., followed by tours through midnight. On May 2, tours will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All weekend events are free and open to the public. The VMFA will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursdays. For more information, call 340-1400 or visit vmfa.museum. ■
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reshen your look for spring with vibrant colors, lively patterns and footwear that dazzles. These spreads lead you on a
ramble through Carytown, an adventure that leads to chic looks with an artistic edge — a 1960s watercolor skirt and a handmade hairpiece for her or a vintage tie and casual boots for him. For a modern spin, try pairing a vintage piece with a fresh pattern or stripe that reflects the pinks, yellows and blues of the season. Layer with tanks, tees and necklaces, keeping your shades handy as the temperatures — and fashions — heat up this month. —Bethany Emerson
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Multicolor blouse by JAK, $68, from Philosophie. Sterling-silver earrings with violet druzy inlays, $144, from CĂao. Marc Jacobs sunglasses, $98, from Pink.
Multicolor blouse by JAK, $68, from Philosophie. Highwaisted jeans by MiH, $189, from Roan. Cork belt by Sandy Duftler Designs, $125, from Annette Dean Apparel. Turquoise bow bag, $72, from Heidi Story. Sterling-silver earrings with violet druzy inlays, $144, from CĂao. Silver cocktail ring, $19, from Lexâ€™s of Carytown. Green and yellow Bakelite bracelets, $55 to $84, from Bygones Vintage Clothing. Green scarf, $16, from Bygones Vintage Clothing. Beige-and-silver mesh Mary Janes by Pataugas, $219.50, from The Phoenix.
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Drunk Recycled Bottle Jewelry earrings by Muse Glass, $53, from Glass Boat. Large blue-and-white bag by O & O Totes, $110, from YY Salon.Vintage watercolor skirt, $68, from Bygones. Beaded, adjustable bracelet, $14, from Clementine. Cognac ring belt by Oscar de Larenta, $390, from Roan. Suede espadrilles by Jimmy Choo, $425, from Roan. “Yolanda” nude patent peep toe by Christian Louboutin, $795, from Roan. (Visible on cover: White camisole by Crea, $59, from Cíao. Charm necklace by Angel Court, $129, from Cíao. Multicolor stone necklace by Richmond-based Kathy Bailey Jewelry Design, $220, from Philosophie.)
Him: Blue-and-gray button-up shirt by Shades of Greige, $86, from Need Supply Co. Altamont yellow graphic T-shirt by HUF, $30, from Hospitality. Lean khaki chinos by Life After Denim, $78, from Need Supply Co. The Coal Train sunglasses by Stussy, $180, from Hospitality. Trail shoes by Brooks, $78, from Road Runner Running Store.
Her: Tunic top with crocheted detail by Style Biz, $56, from Bits & Pieces. Skinny jeans leggings by 7 For All Mankind, $150, from Pink. Vintage leather bag, $239, from CĂao. Flat-leather sandals by A. Marinelli, $98, from Annette Dean Apparel. Smoky-quartz-and-Carnellian earrings by Richmond-based Kathy Bailey Jewelry Design, $195, from Philosophie. Red Bakelite bracelet, $148, from Bygones Vintage Clothing. Recycled-aluminum teardrop earrings, $48, from Philosophie. Silver-and-stone necklace by Richmond-based Jo Bes, $42, from Heidi Story. R i c h m o n d
Her: 1960s vintage dress with watercolor print, $48, from Bygones Vintage Clothing. Gold-and-cherry-quartz earrings, handmade by Danielle Jossie Welmond, $419, from The Phoenix. Turquoise cocktail ring, $19, from Lexâ€™s of Carytown. Gold necklace with rose by One Sweet Peach, $93, from Glass Boat. August 9 doublelength gold disc chain by Richmond-based Austin Titus, $429.50, from The Phoenix. Leather inlaid bracelet by rebel, $95, from Glass Boat. Olive jacket by Two Minds, $322, from Pink. Blue-and-white organza hairpiece handmade by Ashlie Campbell, $30, from Spa 310.
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Him: Black leather belt by Comune, $42, from Need Supply Co. Slim straight-leg denim by Rogue Territory, $175, from Need Supply Co. Purple micro-check button collar by Ledbury, $115, available through Eurotrash.
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Her: Sequin skirt by Antik Batik, $ 9 , k White T-shirt by velvet, $ Obi handmade leather belt by Brave, $ 5 o Corrugated bracelet by Sarah Caveno o der, $1 Blue heels by Ted Baker, $1 , Handmade chunky topaz, agate and sea-pearl a necklace, $ 1 f o Him: Brown wool vintage pants, $3 f o s in o Oxford stripe shirt by Gant Rugl ger, $1 o Skinny 1950s-print on tie, $15, Taupe desert boots by Clarks, $ from o
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â€” 3037 W. Cary St. â€˘ 447-9681 â€” â€” 3311 W. Cary St. â€˘ 355-3412 â€” Come explore your creative side at Richmondâ€™s original paint-your-own-ceramics shop. We offer ceramic pieces to decorate, glass fusing, wet clay handbuilding as well as Â™ ;JAA wheelthrowing. Create original gifts or that perfect piece to Â™ = match your home dĂŠcor. We also offer a full summer of Â™ D Art Camp for ages 6-14! Or maybe you need a fun place to gather your friends? Private-party rooms are available for parties, showers or corporate teambuilding events. Open 7 days a week. New studio location in Midlothian at 4668 Commonwealth Centre Pkwy. www.getallfiredup.com
â€” 3320 W. Cary St. â€˘ 342-5886 â€”
AlterNatives brings fair trade jewelry, home dĂŠcor and fashion to Richmond from Guatemala, Mexico and all over the world. You can find gifts for everyone from exquisite silver pieces and gems to handcrafted pottery and colorful clothing. As a nonprofit business, our earnings directly contribute to projects where people of all ages work handin-hand with native Mayan communities in the highlands of Guatemala. The projects aim to empower women, educate youth, improve health and rebuild communities. â€œGive a person a fish and they eat for a day. Teach a person to fish and they eat for the rest of their lives.â€? Leg n
This hip, stylish womenâ€™s boutique offers high fashion at an affordable price. Locally owned, the store has a young, contemporary style. You ll find everything you need to make 2$3 outfit complete: shoes, handbags, jewelry and other your A accessories. And, you ll find a chic look at an affordable rate. â€œProbably 80 percent of our stuff is under $100,â€? said owner, Megan. Most of the jewelry is handmade by Â™ local artists: earrings, necklaces and bracelets that areE â€œjust B6@: L M : fun, easy to wear and affordable.â€? Bits & Pieces opened in Stony ParkT about twoINyears ago, and theyâ€™ve VENIEN Point L LOCA Fashion ED IN THE HEA F #ARYTOWN THE #ARY #OURT OPPING # 7E # RY 3T EE 2 CHM ND 6 WW ,EG NDS3A ON COM recently moved to Carytown, so make this shop your place to go for spring. Info: 447-9681
â€” 3150 W. Cary St. â€˘ 359-5512 â€”
This stylish boutique offers a unique selection that includes something for almost anyoneâ€™s taste. They feature Sterling Silver jewelry and semi-precious Gemstones but also carry lots of other items that make perfect gifts. Handbags and Wallets are very popular, as are Art Glass items from the famous Glass Eye Studio in Seattle. Check out their summer footwear from OKA b! Great for the beach, the pool, or just strolling the street. Very funny greeting cards are also available to give a bit of joy to someone special. Located in the Cary Court Center, next to Legends Salon & Day Spa
â€” 3118 W. Cary St. â€˘ 358-2357 â€” Clementine is a hip and trendy consignment boutique for women. Youâ€™ll find a fresh and affordable selection of clothes (including premium denim), shoes and handbags from todayâ€™s hottest brands: Anthro, Citizens, JCrew, Michael Kors, Trina Turk, and True Religion, just to name a few. We also carry new jewelry and accessories and oneof-a-kind jewelry from local designers. For consignment information go to www.sweetclementine.com. Store hours: Monday to Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 12-5pm.
â€” 3501 W. Cary St., 358-9267 â€” â€œWe believe in the Best for your Petâ€? is not just Dogmaâ€™s mottoâ€”itâ€™s their commitment to offer the best in pet nutrition, products and grooming. Their organic, holistic & grain-free foods are the most beneficial to overall health & many can address specific needs such as allergies, digestive problems, mobility, hair loss or shedding. They also carry the best in safe, fun & eco-friendly toys & chews & unique collars, beds, carriers & pet apparel. The bakery goods and treats they offer are all-natural and good for your pet. Dogma is also committed to practicing the highest standards of grooming, and their expert groomers will keep your pet clean, comfortable and beautiful.
Carytown â€” 3325 W. Cary St. â€˘ 359-8240 â€” Annette Dean, located at 3325 West Cary, has sold wardrobe staples in timeless styles that donâ€™t change drastically from season to season. Since 1978, Dutch born Annette Olsen and her associates have mixed designers like Belford, Randy Kemper, White +Warren, Jenne Maag, NYDJ, Yansi Fugel, Farinaz, Sandy Duftler, Ralph Lauren, and Mycra Pac as well as local jewelry designers Kathy Bailey and Beth Isaacs. The result is an eclectic mix, always retaining a timeless quality, that keep customers wanting more. www. annettedean.com mon-sat 9-5
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â€” 3500Â˝ W. Cary St., 358-5225 â€” Carytown Burger and Fries sits proudly at the top of Carytown and has been rated number one by all the best food critics in town, including Richmond Magazine readers. Built in the 1840â€™s their building is the oldest in Carytown equipped with a beautiful outdoor patio. Their burgers are the best because they are fresh, never frozen and made-to-order! Try one of their specialties like the California, Hawaiian, or Mushroom Swiss burger. And donâ€™t miss the incredible, mouth-watering fries and onion rings. Carytown Burgers and Fries is just one of those places that everyone wants to be. Carytown Burgers and Fries - â€œItâ€™s not just a burger anymore! Chicken, fish, salads and a lot more!â€?
â€” 3009 W. Cary St. â€˘ 622-EURO (3876) â€”
â€” 2911 W. Cary St. 204-2387 â€” Bevâ€™s Homemade Ice Cream really is homemade from local ingredients, and has all the freshness and great taste youâ€™d expect. Visiting Bevâ€™s is a treat, any time â€” day or night, any season! The bright and cheerful dĂŠcor, plus the highquality, best-tasting ice cream make Bevâ€™s an indulgence you wonâ€™t want to miss. Owner Bev Mazursky has been scooping out original taste sensations in Carytown for more than a decade, with special flavors, tasty menu items and an overall appeal that canâ€™t be beat. Come in any time and see for yourself!
â€” 3339 W. Cary St. â€˘ 358-0655 â€” Ellmanâ€™s Dancewear has outfitted Virginiaâ€™s dancers for over fifty years. From toddlers to seniors, beginners to professionals, Ellmanâ€™s stocks an extensive collection of leotards, tights, skirts, shoes and accessories. With over 25 major dance bands in stock, dancers of any caliber can fulfill their dance needs. Whether itâ€™s ballet, tap, jazz, ballroom, latin, modern, hip hop or liturgical. Ellmanâ€™s Dancewear also carries Sanita brand clogs! With over 100 years of clog experience in clog construction, Sanita is the orginal leader in clog design. Sanita clogs are still made in Europe, handcrafted with premium leathers, innovative designs, infusing color and texture to create an artistically crafted clog known for its comfort and loyal following.
â€” 3031 W. Cary St. â€˘ 355-1050 â€” When you walk into Ciao you know you are in a place where you can be comfortable, relaxed and simply have fun. This is a boutique for the woman who has an easy and kind of funky, unique style of her own. Youâ€™ll find jeans, tees and a great pair of boots, or something you can wear to a gallery or wedding. The styles are timeless lifetime pieces. Even better â€” our customers have become lifetime friends. Ciao was chosen by Southern Living Magazine as one of the top 10 reasons to shop Carytown. Stop by the new location and see for yourself.
To attract those with a worldly eye but a local situation, Eurotrash exclusively features European designed and influenced fashions, including eco-conscious lines. Featured lines include Nanushka, Ted Baker, Kersh, Oxmo, and Covet. Eurotrash also offers a range in accessories including belts, bags, scarves, sunglasses, jewelry and shoes. To compliment the new craze of mixing high fashion with consignment store finds, Eurotrash provides quality lines at a range of prices, from $20-$400 and everything in between. Styles vary widely from fashion forward to classic; tanks and cargos to suitings and cocktail dresses. At Eurotrash, where weâ€™re fluent in European fashion, weâ€™re proud to bring what Europeans wear to Richmond, only at a better exchange rate.
— 3463 W. Cary St. • 340-1700 — It’s Hip to be Round is Richmond’s premier maternity boutique, fashioned for the hip mom-to-be. Choose from your favorite Citizens jeans, Three Dots tops or Michael Stars tees to keep you living in your real-life style. We’ve got everything from business wear to swimsuits, underwear to diaper bags. We’ve even got clothing and accessories for nursing too. Create a gift registry that includes fun and practical gifts for you, dad, and baby. Also check out Marbles, the boutique for hip kids, featuringe exclusive lines including Claesen’s and Appaman. Maternity sizes XS-3X; kids sizes Newborn-5T. Open seven days a week in Carytown and now in Short Pump at West Broad Village. Shop 24/7 online at www.ItsHiptobeRound.com.
— 3148 W. Cary St. • 359-5512 — Pampering is a refined art at Legends. It is the perfect place for a relaxing escape from life’s stress. Enjoy a delightful massage, facial, pedicure or one of the other wonderful spa services. Facials are customized for exactly the results you desire, and the anti-aging treatments are very popular. Waxing is done carefully with a gentle touch. Also, discover why Legends is recognized throughout the region for their outstanding hair services. Cuts and styles are both classic and contemporary, casual to formal. Hair color and highlighting are superbly done. Gift cards are available for spa packages or individual services. Open Tues. through Sat. www.LegendsSalon.com
— 3020 W. Cary St. • 355-5425 — Lex’s of Carytown is Richmond’s premier shop for fresh fashions from New York and Los Angeles, with a funky and affordable selection that changes weekly. Owner Lisa McSherry and the Lex’s of Carytown staff are always on the lookout for new styles and trends from across the nation. That’s why at Lex’s of Carytown, you can easily find something that defines your look. They like their customers to stand out, not blend in. Lex’s of Carytown offers casual wear and a huge selection of eye-catching jewelry, unique handbags, shoes and lots of gifty items. If formal wear is needed, check out the extensive selection of hand-picked unique formal gowns in stock. Lex’s of Carytown has the best selection of gowns and the most affordable prices in Richmond. Visit www.lexsofcarytown.com for more information.
— 3141 W. Cary St. • 359-4898 — Murphies- Sparkling glass hanging in the window entices you into murphies... They feature Spartina 449 handbags and accessories, Hadley Pottery from Louisville, Kentucky, Blenko Glass and Tervis Tumblers. “Must sees” include the geography collection, go-anywhere furniture pieces, lamps, wall art, and leaded glass windows. Also a great selection of picture frames, fun pillows, baby gifts, and even dog and cat gifts. Everyone working there is friendly and knowledgeable about the jewelry and glass artisans represented... plus they will help you with gift ideas. Murphies at the center of Carytown... your source for “life’s non-essential enhancements”
— 3132 W. Cary St. • 355-3102 — Philosophie is where you will find beautiful clothes you never knew you always wanted; a friendly, upbeat atmosphere in which to shop; a place to express your individuality; clothes for day or evening, dressy or casual; a staff that loves to help; fashions from New York, Los Angeles, Paris and beyond; and parking at the door. It’s all about your philosophy. Located in Cary Court. Open Mon. through Sat. 10 to 5:30.
textiles, instruments, home decor and much more. Whether it’s plant and garden ceramics from Vietnam, colorful baskets from Uganda, or beautiful silk scarves from India, international crafts from Ten Thousand Villages are guaranteed to delight your family and friends. The artists and farmers we work with are paid fairly for their products, helping to end the cycles of poverty. Your purchases from Ten Thousand Villages provide dignity, hope and independence for artisans, enabling them to dream of a better future.
— 3158 W. Cary St. • 358-0884 — Feed your fashion addiction with labels like Marc by Marc Jacobs, Elizabeth & James, Diane Von Furstenburg, Rebecca Taylor, Tucker, and 12th Street by Cynthia Vincent. Our experienced staff embraces individual style and works to help you create your own. Pink has now partnered with Parlor shoes stocking comtemporary lines like Botkier, Ash, Coclico and Frye. Log onto www.pinkstore.com and feed your passion for Pink 24 hours a day!
— Cary & Thompson • 358-9985 — Next-to-new for next-to-nothing. The Hall Tree is one of the largest consignment shops in Virginia — where thousands of consignors bring their seasonal clothes for resale. You have to shop often to see it all. Shop Mon. to Sat. 10 to 5.
— 3123 W. Cary St. • 726-1270 — — 3339 W. Cary St. • 355-3887 — Premiere Costumes — established 1974 in Carytown — remains under original ownership and an “anchor” shop in an ever-evolving Carytown. Premiere is fully stocked yearround, offering a wide selection of styles, sizes and prices in a well organized shop. The knowledgable, friendly staff will assist you with our rental stock plus an incredible array of retail costumes and related accessories. Available costumes include historical, novelty, holiday and mascot styles. Premiere also features the area’s most extensive stock of quality theatrical makeup, wigs and hats. Combining retail and rental proves “one-stop” shopping plus personalized and economical results.
Come relax and enjoy homemade food and cool drinks in a laid-back atmosphere, from the early morning to late night at Carytown’s best kept secret. Weezie’s Kitchen offers a full bar and an eclectic menu available from 8 to 2 a.m. seven days a week. Taste the freshness in their made-toorder breakfast, daily lunch and dinner specials, as well as our handcrafted desserts. Their full-service bar offers daily specials and many signature cocktails. They serve a Saturday and Sunday brunch from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Allow their friendly waitstaff take care of you and find out why “It’s Eazy Being at Weezie’s.” Enjoy free live bluegrass Thursday nights at 9 p.m.
— 3005 W. Cary St., 353-8991 —
— 2933 W. Cary St. • 353-0670 — The folks at River City Cellars are pleased to announce the opening of their first full-service restaurant with Secco Wine Bar, a European-style eatery for exceptional everyday dining. The wine list at Secco reads like a veritable “best of” among the producers RCC has championed for the last 11 years. An extensive selection of artisanal, small-production and just darned delicious wines are available at an incredible value, along with an inspired collection of hand-crafted ales and lagers lovingly compiled by our resident beer geeks. All these flowing potables are anchored by a menu where seasonal ingredients, artisanal cheeses and house-made pasta and charcuterie are worked into an array of excellent antipasti, panini, soups, salads and small plates. Sun - Thurs 11am - 9pm, Fri - Sat 11am – 10pm. Free parking.
— 3201 W. Cary St. • 358-5170 — Ten Thousand Villages is a nonprofit Fair Trade store located in the heart of Carytown. They offer a wide variety of handmade items from around the world, including jewelry,
Established in 1993, World of Mirth began as a funky little vintage and novelty shop determined to provide a shopping experience that was an alternative to the main stream. Through the years we have held on to that desire to offer more and have happily matured into what is often described as a place where Dr. Seuss meets Pee Wee’s Playhouse with a product mix for kids as well as kids at heart. Always kidfriendly, always cutting edge, our shelves are chock-full of cool stuff to entertain, educate and amuse.
— 3122 W. Cary St. • 359-9642 — Yoga Source, Carytown’s hidden jewel, offers a wide variety of yoga classes and workshops for all levels of interest and expertise. Classes such as Iyengar, Vinyasa Flow, Beginners, Prenatal, Relax and Renew, Gentle and Yin are all scheduled throughout the week. Yoga Source also brings internationally recognized instructors to Richmond to lead specialized weekend workshops throughout the year. A 200-hour Yoga Alliance-certified Teacher Training program runs from September through June, and the Yoga Boutique, with the most extensive collection of yoga gear and props in the area, is always open!
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Mary Angela’s Pizza, Subs & Pasta Amici Ristorante Premiere Costumes Ellman’s Dancewear Guitar Works Inc. 3325 West Annette Dean Apparel Karina’s Salon Martin Interior Design Moshi Moshi Heidi Story Studio K Virginia Woodcraft Inc. DISC All Fired Up 7-Eleven
Bill’s Cleaners It’s Hip To Be Round & Marbles — A Boutique for Hip Kids Spirit of Art Carytown Dolls & Bears Mariah Robinson Antiques and Fine Art Ceco Studio Nacho Mama’s Restaurant Ruth & Ollie Anthill Antiques Precision Jewelry Service Mezzanine Christian Science Reading Room P.A.L. Richmond Old World Accents Christmas Shop Co-Ed Hair Salon Charles P. Johnson, Accountant, E.A. Water Grill Millstone Antiques Flirt Salon Jay Sharpe Jewelers
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Agee’s Bicycle Co., 3116 W. Cary St., 353-4888, Bikes, accessories and tune-ups. All Fired Up, 3311 W. Cary St., 355-3412, Paint and decorate pottery. Aquarian Bookshop, 3519 Ellwood Ave., 353-5575, New Age books, crystals, candles and incense, jewelry, music, magic, and various classes. Belmont Branch Library, 3100 Ellwood Ave., 646-1139, Carytown’s public library. Blockbuster Video, 8 N. Thompson St., 355-9819. The Byrd Theatre, 2908 W. Cary St., 353-9911, Recent box-office hits for $1.99. Carytown Bicycle Co., 3224 W. Cary St., 440-BIKE, Bikes, biking accessories, apparel and a repair shop. Carytown Dolls & Bears, 3457 W. Cary St., 204-1545, Madame Alexander, Adora, Tonner, Himstedt dolls. Steiff bears, baby toys and gifts. Chop Suey Tuey, 2913 W. Cary St., 422-8066, Hard-to-find books, magazines and more. Christian Science Reading Room, 3431 W. Cary St., 358-1232, Christian Science literature and Bibles for sale. Study room available. Church of Scientology, 3500 W. Cary St. Dominion Skateboards/Climate Snowboards, 3008 W. Cary St., 359-7384, 254-7669, Skateboards, clothing, accessories and shoes. Also, the latest snowboarding products from companies such as
Capita, Flux, Nike, Roxy and more. Guitar Works Inc., 3335 W. Cary St., 358-0855, Lessons, repairs and sales. Guitar Works, Fender, Martin and Taylor, Huss and Dalton. One Eyed Jacques, 3104 W. Cary St., 359-5163, Chess, backgammon and specialty games. Phoenix Rising, 19 N. Belmont Ave. 355-7939, Gay and lesbian bookstore with cards, music, jewelry and movies. Plan 9 Music, 3012 W. Cary St., 353-9996, Buy, sell and trade new and used music at a locally owned, independent record store. Play N Trade Video Games, 2930 W. Cary St., 353-7529, Buy, trade and sample vintage and new video games. Repairs for game disks and DVDs only. Quality Books, 8 S. Crenshaw Ave., 257-7146, Adult videos, magazines and novelties. The Religious Goods Shop, 20 N. Belmont Ave., 355-6634, Bibles, rosaries, religious gifts and church supplies are all available for purchase. Road Runner Running Store, 3002 W. Cary St., 353-8365, Shoes, clothing and supplies for runners, whether you’re a first-timer or a regular marathoner. World of Mirth, 3005 W. Cary St., 353-8991, Educational and fun toys for kids of all ages. The Yarn Lounge, 3003 W. Cary St., 340-2880, Knitting supplies. Also, classes for beginners in both knitting and crocheting.
AlterNatives, 3320 W. Cary St., 342-5886, This nonprofit store sells clothes and jewelry made by artisans in developing countries. American Apparel, 3140-A W. Cary St., 213-0720, Casual wear. Clothes for day and night. Annette Dean Apparel, 3325 W. Cary St., 359-8240, Great women’s wear. Bits & Pieces, 3037 W. Cary St., 447-9681, Women’s clothing and accessories. Bygones Vintage Clothing, 2916 W. Cary St., 353-1919, Vintage clothing, jewelry and accessories for men and ladies from the 1900s through the 1960s. Children’s Market & Exchange, 2926 W. Cary St., 359-6950, Quality children’s consignment items. Cíao, 3031 W. Cary St., 355-1050, Stylish women’s clothing and accessories. Clementine, 3118 W. Cary St., 358-2357, Boutique consignment and accessories for women. Ellman’s Dancewear, 3339 W. Cary St., 358-0655, Leotards, pants, tights, skirts, and jazz, tap, ballroom, character, point and ballet shoes. EmbroidMe, 3111 W. Cary St., 254-3893, Full-service embroidery, screen-printing, promotional items, uniforms and team wear. Eurotrash, 3009 W. Cary St., 622-EURO, Fashionforward and eco-friendly clothes. European influence. Fab’rik, 3018 W. Cary St., 254-2741, Women’s
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clothing and accessories. Glass Boat Ltd., 3226 W. Cary St., 358-5596, Clothing and jewelry for women. The Hall Tree, 12 S. Thompson St., 358-9985, Consignment clothing and accessories for men, women and children. Also, infant and maternity. Heidi Story, 3319 W. Cary St., 353-0994, Full-service boutique featuring clothes by up-and-coming N.Y. and L.A. designers. Also, sewing classes for kids and adults, alterations and one-of-a-kind gowns. Hospitality, 2820-A W. Cary St., 359-7385, Offering urban menswear. It’s Hip To Be Round, 3463 W. Cary St., 340-1700, Maternity clothes, baby gifts. Le Visage Makeup Boutique, 3007 W. Cary St., 342-5867, Cosmetics store offering free makeovers and tips from a professional makeup artist. Lex’s of Carytown, 3020 W. Cary St., 355-5425, Fun, funky, affordable fashion and formal clothing. Luxor Vintage Clothing, 3001 W. Cary St., 359-6780, Clothing and costume jewelry from the ’20s to the ’70s. Marbles Kids Boutique, 3463 W. Cary St., 340-1700, A trendy, fashion-forward boutique for children up to size 5; connected to It’s Hip To Be Round. Need Supply Co., 3010 W. Cary St., 355-5880, A unique mix of clothing for men and women. Denim is a specialty. Philosophie, 3132 W. Cary St., 355-3102, Up-todate, savvy and wearable fashions for women. The Phoenix, 3039 W. Cary St., 354-0711, Unique clothing for the artful dresser.
The Phoenix Sale Store, 3103 W. Cary St., 354-5349, Sale items from The Phoenix. Pink, 3158 W. Cary St., 358-0884, Top designers and the latest fashion trends from California to New York. Premiere Costumes, 3339 W. Cary St., 355-3887, Year-round costume sales and rentals, makeup, and wigs. Roan, 3142 W. Cary St., 288-3699, Clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories from more than 125 couture lines. Formerly Coplon’s. Second Debut, 3114 W. Cary St., 254-7623, Goodwill’s high-end resale boutique with clothing, jewelry and home accessories.
Bangles and Beads, 3324-A W. Cary St., 355-6118, Beads and jewelry. Blue Butterfly, 3150 W. Cary St., 359-5512, Find artful jewelry, glass art, handbags and gifts. Compass West Jewelry, 3530 W. Cary St., 342-1211, Custom jewelry; Alessi Italian giftware. Jay Sharpe, 3405 W. Cary St., 353-4733, The designer’s own line in 14- and 18-karat gold and sterling silver. Jewelers Services Inc., 3011 W. Cary St., 353-9612, Designs made of 14- and 18-karat gold and platinum. Precision Jewelry Service, 3437 W. Cary St., 355-4653, Repairs, sizings, refurbishing and custom design. Schwarzschild Jewelers, 3144 W. Cary St., 355-2136,
Leader in ideal-cut diamonds. Established in 1897. Studio K, 3317 W. Cary St., 254-4653, Bring in old, unwanted gold or silver jewelry and turn it into a custom creation. Also, cash for unwanted gold jewelry and while-you-wait jewelry repair.
Art and Frame Studio Ltd., 19 S. Belmont Ave., 358-3005, Gallery, custom framing and thousands of prints in stock. Chasen Galleries, 3554 W. Cary St., 204-1048, Art from around the world and monthly exhibits. Spirit of Art, 3459 W. Cary St., 353-0064, Art gallery and gift shop featuring fine art and jewelry crafted by more than 60 local artists.
HOME AND GARDEN
Blue Oasis Audio, 3137 W. Cary St., 278-6790, Specializing in simple, elegant music systems. Carey Burke Carpets, 3115 W. Cary St., 355-3512, Wilton woven wools, whimsical area rugs, wool-hook area rugs, Sisal and natural fibers. The Compleat Gourmet, 3030 W. Cary St., 353-9606, Culinary tools, cookbooks and a range of gourmet cooking classes. FloraCulture, 21 N. Belmont Ave., 355-1096, This shop specializes in silks, fresh flowers and custom-made floral arrangements. Glass Boat Ltd., 3226 W. Cary St., 358-5596, Furniture, antiques, women’s clothing and jewelry.
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Janet Brown Interiors, 3140-B W. Cary St., 358-9548, Residential design services. Full of decorating samples and antiques, furniture and accessories. Leo Burke Furniture, 3108 W. Cary St., 358-5773, Classic and traditional styles are offered at discounted prices. Martin Interior Design, 3325 W. Cary St., 353-1400, Furniture and accessories. Also, consultation and design services. Mongrel, 2924 W. Cary St., 342-1272, Cards, frames, books, candles, home accessories and barware. Murphies, 3141 W. Cary St., 359-4898, Gifts, pottery, decorative glass and home furnishings. Old World Accents Christmas Shop, 3419 W. Cary St., 355-0373, Holiday gifts and blown-glass ornaments, specializing in German nutcrackers, smokers and pyramids. Pirouzan Oriental Rugs, 3015-3017 W. Cary St., 353-6808, The shop carries new, antique and semiantique Oriental rugs. Richmond Window Corp., 2810 W. Cary St., 353-6621, Replacement windows to doors. Ruth & Ollie, 3445 W. Cary St., 288-3360, Fine modern furniture with a twist, from leather couches and intricate lamps to colorful pillows. Ten Thousand Villages, 3201 W. Cary St., 358-5170, Sales of the handcrafted items in this nonprofit store benefit artisans in more than 30 developing countries around the world. Tom French Flowers, 17 N. Belmont Ave., 278-9420, English gardens, home accent pieces and flower arrangements for delivery; permanent silk botanical; and orchid plants. Virginia Woodcraft, Inc., 3313 W. Cary St., 276-2766, Custom fixtures, cabinets, entertainment centers and desks. W. Hirsch Oriental Rugs Center, 3117 W. Cary St., 359-5463, A direct importer/retailer of handmade, oriental rugs from around the world.
Anthill Antiques, Etc., 3439 W. Cary St., 254-2000, Vintage jewelry, chandeliers, crystals and small, wonderful stuff. Distinctive Consignments Ltd., 3422 W. Cary St., 359-3778, Museum-quality furniture and decorative ware from the 18th and 19th centuries. Glass Boat Ltd., 3226 W. Cary St., 358-5596, Clocks, tables, bedding, chandeliers and accessories for every room of the house. Janet Brown Interiors, 3140-B W. Cary St., 358-9548, Residential-design services. Full of decorating samples and antiques, furniture and accessories. Mariah Robinson Antiques and Fine Art, 3455 W. Cary St., 355-1996, Mint-condition antiques, including silver service sets, Chippendale chairs and estate jewelry. Millstone Antiques, 3409 W. Cary St., 359-1010, Featuring period American antiques and accessories; by appointment only. Sheppard Street Antiques, 103 S. Sheppard St., 355-7454, Antiques and decorative accessories for home and garden. Thomas-Hines Antiques, 3027 W. Cary St., 3552782, Find 18th- and 19th-century English and European furniture, with some Italian pieces mixed in. Zarouhi’s Trove Collectibles, 115 Freeman Road, 358-1296.
Fitness Providers Ashtanga Yoga, 2902 W. Cary St., 622-8211, Classes in Ashtanga yoga. Barry & Associates Massage Therapy, 3026-A W. 16 8
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Cary St., 355-5546, Swedish and wellness massage, deep-tissue therapy with specialties in chronic pain and myofascial release. Ann Furniss, 2933 W. Cary St., Suite 201, 938-5668. Licensed acupuncturist. The Healing Center, 3035-A W. Cary St., 358-7431, Massage therapy, colon hydrotherapy and more. Integrative Massage Therapy, 3122 W. Cary St., Suite D, 283-3409, Massage, Jin Shin Do and active isolated stretching. Pia Mater Massage Therapy, 3039-A W. Cary St., 349-8686, Massage therapy, myofascial release and acupressure. Pilates Dance & More, The Art of Fitness, 3122 W. Cary St., Suite 210, 874-2195, Pilates studio with group mat and apparatus classes, plus some dance classes. Yoga Source, 3122 W. Cary St., Suite 220, 359-9642, Yoga classes in three studios.
Pampering Providers About Salon, 15 S. Auburn Ave., 359-1188, Full-service hair salon, plus manicures, pedicures and facial waxing. Bridal and event styling. Appointments, 22 S. Nansemond St., 358-0837, Hairstyling. Atlantic Tanning, 3208 W. Cary St., 358-3600, Tanning services. Also, swimwear and casual wear. Bombshell Brazilian Waxing & Skincare Studio, 10 S. Crenshaw Ave., Suite B, 447-7136, Airbrush tanning and Brazilian waxing for men and women. Carytown Instyle Salon, 3540 W. Cary St., 355-6334, Hairstyling. Ceco Studio, 3451 W. Cary St., 353-9664, Haircuts, color and style featuring Aveda products, as well as other services such as manicures and pedicures, waxing, and makeup. Co-Ed Hair Co., 3417 W. Cary St., 358-7866. Dalton’s Hair Chateau, 21 N. Belmont Ave., 355-6230, Hairstylists for the entire family. Flirt Salon, 3407 W. Cary, 353-5103, Hairstyling, manicures and pedicures, makeup services. Fusion Nail Spa, 2909 W. Cary St., 355-2626, Nail salon. Hair Cuttery, 3154 W. Cary St., 354-9575, Inexpensive haircuts for the entire family. No appointment needed. Haley too! Salon & Day Spa, 3420 W. Cary St., 355-4254, Haircut and color, as well as manicures, pedicures, waxing and full-body massages. Karina’s Salon, 3325 W. Cary St., 353-7000, Full-service hair salon, makeup. Kristoferjon, 3103 Ellwood Ave., 355-5763, A full-service hair salon. Legends Salon and Day Spa, 3148 W. Cary St., 359-5512, Full-service hair salon, manicures, pedicures, massages and facials. Look Boutique Salon, 3202 W. Cary St., 355-5725, A full-service salon offering hair care, skin care and makeup. Martinette Beauty Salon, 3525 Ellwood Ave., 353-6111, Full-service salon offering hairstyling, manicures and waxing. Mr. Andrews Hair Co., 3542 W. Cary St., 355-3764, Multicultural hairstyles for men and women. Nail Academy of Virginia, 3531 Ellwood Ave., 353-1697, Service includes pedicures, manicures, gel and acrylic nails. Private Session Salon, 3529 Ellwood Ave., 353-3699, Hairstyles, waxing and nail care. Perception Salon & Spa, 2902 W. Cary St., 855-1989, Full-service unisex salon and spa. Puns Professional Hair & Nail Care, 3521 Ellwood Ave., 358-4141, Offering hairstyling, manicures and pedicures. Sabrina’s Hair Vision, 104 S. Sheppard St.,
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Service Providers Action Photo Company, 3535 Ellwood Ave., 355-7103, Film processing and custom developing. AJR Mortgage Inc., 9 S. Sheppard St., 354-9581, Home mortgages. American Ad Specialties, 3535-A Ellwood Ave., 355-6262, Promotional items. Animal Eye Care of Richmond, 3318 W. Cary St., 355-5594. Art Tailors, 100 S. Sheppard St., 353-9944, Clothing alteration and repair, plus custom bed and window treatments. Associated Photographers Ltd., 3101 W. Cary St., 359-2558, A portrait and wedding photography studio. Dr. James Baum, 25 S. Nansemond St., 359-5041, General dentistry. Benham Consulting, 14 S. Auburn Ave., 353-7886, Providing coaching, counseling and training services. More than 30 years of experience in the region. B.H. Johnson & Associates Inc., 17 S. Sheppard St., 358-9116, Independent insurance adjusters. Bill’s Cleaners, 3467 W. Cary St., 358-7337, Specialized service and same-day service. Byrd Theater Foundation, 2908 W. Cary St., 354-1928, Located at the Byrd Theatre. Cartwheels and Coffee, 2820 W. Cary St., 355-5437, Child care with coffee for parents. Cary Street Veterinary Hospital, 3210 W. Cary St., 355-9144, Medicine, dentistry, holistic medicine. Carytown Cleaners, 3300 W. Cary St., 358-4514, Professional dry cleaning. Carytown Optical Shoppe, 20 S. Nansemond St., 353-7665. Carytown Vision Center, 3026 W. Cary St., 359-6646, Complete vision center. Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center, 3506 W. Cary St., 359-6999. The Chrysalis Groups, 3527 Ellwood Ave., 359-0384, Offers spiritual education for the community. CVS/Pharmacy, 3514 W. Cary St., 355-7878. Barbara H. Davis, L.P.C., 14 S. Auburn, 798-8285. Professional counseling and therapy. DISC, 3313 W. Cary St., Suite A, 915-8793, Computersystems specialists for small and medium-sized businesses, including desktop and network support; network administration; and system analysis and design. Dogma, 3501 W. Cary St., 358-9267, Dog grooming, pet food and supplies. Dooley & Vicars CPA, 21 S. Sheppard St., 355-2808. First Market Bank, 3556 W. Cary St., 204-2370. Godwin, Jones & Price, PC, 20 S. Auburn Ave., 353-5163. Helping Hands Veterinary Surgical and Dental Center, 3402 W. Cary St., 355-3500, Offering low-cost surgeries and dental care for pets. Heroes & Ghosts, 3035-B W. Cary St., 342-0042, Tattoos, art and art-inspired clothing. H&R Block, 3314 W. Cary St., 353-9450. Investment Associates Ltd., 24 S. Auburn Ave., 355-7424, Financial planning. Charles P. Johnson, Accountant, E.A., 3415 W. Cary St., 358-7322, Individual, corporate and income accounting, and taxes available.
Johnson, Gaborik, Fisher-Rizk & Rusz, PLC, 15 S. Belmont Ave., 340-5232, Attorneys and counselors at law. Specializing in traffic and criminal cases. Jose’s Shoe Repair Shop, 102 S. Sheppard St., 358-5676. Diane Cree Kane, L.C.S.W., 14 S. Auburn Ave., Counselor consultant. Jonathan Lebolt, 14 S. Auburn Ave., 683-4536, Licensed clinical social worker. Liberty Mutual, 3228-H W. Cary St., 359-5372, Auto, life and homeowners insurance. Chris McKenney, L.P.C., 14 S. Auburn Ave., 359-6615, Counseling. Merrymaker Fine Papers, 3022 W. Cary St., 353-8518, Stationery and custom-made invitations. Mitchem’s Shoe Repair, 3101-A W. Cary St., 355-6117. Old Virginia Tobacco Co., 3532 W. Cary St., 353-4675, Pipes, cigars, cigarettes and accessories. P.A.L. (Prevent A Litter), 3421 W. Cary St., 359-6369, Nonprofit spay-and-neuter clinic. Parcel Plus, 18 S. Thompson St., 355-8805, Shipping and packing, mailbox rentals, and business services. Patient First, 12 N. Thompson St., 359-1337, Medical professionals available 365 days a year. P.J. Petts, 3536 W. Cary St., 359-3445, Pet supplies. Professional Beauty Supply, 3537 Ellwood Ave., 359-0500, Supplies for licensed stylists. Punch, 3224-A W. Cary St., 340-5550, Graphic design and promotions. Katherine Ryan, Ph.D., 14 S. Auburn Ave., 359-6615. Richmond Camera, 3128 W. Cary St., 355-5793, Cameras, film processing and supplies. Richmond Rolfing, 3039-A W. Cary St., 353-0518, Cutting-edge structural-alignment techniques by Rob Miller. Robert L. Flax, attorney, 8 S. Sheppard St., 355-8425, General law practice. Bankruptcy, family law, workers’ compensation, traffic and general civil. Sarah Whitmore Photography & Sara Sue, 2917 W. Cary St., 355-8427. Select Staffing, 3228-A W. Cary St., 358-1901, Temporary employment services. SoftChalk, 22 S. Auburn Ave., (877) 638-2425, E-learning software for educational, corporate and government organizations worldwide. Spotts & Carneal Inc., 11 S. Belmont Ave., 358-4273, Real-estate development, lease management, commercial and residential sales. Sterling Management Corp., 17 S. Belmont Ave., 359-5018. SunTrust Bank, 3513 W. Cary St., 278-5917. Trademark Tattoo, 3125 W. Cary St., Second Floor, 254-9006, Second-floor tattoo parlor. Tuckaway Ellwood House, 3319 Ellwood Ave., 355-5093, Early childhood learning center. The UPS Store, 3126 W. Cary St., 254-2902, Packaging and shipping, photocopying and office supplies, notary, and freight services. Veterinary Emergency Center, 3312 W. Cary St., 353-9000, Internal medicine and 24-hour emergency health care for animals. Wachovia Bank, 3201 W. Cary St., 3508 W. Cary St., 278-6150, 254-1560. Walgreens, 3520 Ellwood Ave., 342-8864. West End Cleaners, 3424 W. Cary St., 358-7778, Dry-cleaning and laundry services. Jan Williamson, LCSW, 14 S. Auburn Ave., 359-6615. Zeller, Mork & Co., Multi-Financial Securities Corp., 8 N. Belmont Ave., 353-6614, Private life, health and group insurance provider. Also, mutual funds and securities.
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es, salads and afternoon tea. Open late afternoon and evening. To open April 2010. ABC Liquor and Wine, 10 N. Thompson St., 367-0094. America’s Sweet Shop, 3324-B W. Cary St., 355-5515, Hand-decorated cookies, nostalgic candies and chocolates. Amici Ristorante, 3343 W. Cary St., 353-4700, Northern Italian cuisine in a newly renovated atmosphere. Babe’s, 3166 W. Cary St., 355-9330, Southern fare with a down-home vibe and live music on Fridays. Baker’s Crust, 3553 W. Cary St., 213-0800, Upscale, casual-dining café. Bread made daily, perfect for grilled and deli sandwiches, or as an accompaniment to soups and salads. Basilis Greek Restaurant, 3107 W. Cary St., 257-7277, Traditional Greek fare, pastries and salads. Bin 22 at Betsy’s, 3200 W. Cary St., 358-4501, Coffee and light fare during the day, wine and paninis at night. Belmont Butchery, 15 N. Belmont Ave., 422-8519, Hand-cut meats, prepared foods and more. Bev’s Homemade Ice Cream, 2911 W. Cary St., 204-2387, Homemade ice cream in a variety of flavors; also stop in for paninis and Zuppa soups. Bonvenu Restaurant & Bar, 2915 W. Cary St., 342-1003, Nouveau American cuisine serving dinner Tuesday through Sunday and lunch Saturday and Sunday. Buon Giorno Pizzeria, 2929½ W. Cary St., 592-5144, Italian fare cuisine. Cajun Bangkok, 3129 W. Cary St., 353-2030, Unique fusion of Thai and Cajun food. Try the Thai jerk chicken for a spicy but flavorful dish. Carytown Cupcakes, 2820-C W. Cary St., 355-CAKE, Ten cupcake varieties daily. Can Can Brasserie, 3120 W. Cary St., 358-PARIS, In typical French-brasserie style, Can Can is open all day serving French classics. Capital Coffee & Desserts, 2928 W. Cary St., 204-1755, Light lunch and to-die-for baked goods. Open late Fridays and Saturdays. Cartwheels and Coffee, 2820 W. Cary St., 355-5437, Child care and coffee for parents. Carytown Burgers and Fries, 3500 1/2 W. Cary St., 358-5225, Burgers the way they’re meant to be — big and messy. Salads, shakes and vegetarian fare available, too. Carytown Sushi, 2923 W. Cary St., 355-0058, Sushi bar. Carytown Teas, 24 S. Nansemond St., 358-8327. Coppola’s, 2900 W. Cary St., 359-6969, Casual deli serving specialty submarine sandwiches. Double T’s Real Smoked Barbeque, 2907 W. Cary St., 353-9861, Ribs, pork, chicken and beef “smoked the ol’ Virginia way” with hickory and applewood. The Eatery, 3000 W. Cary St., 353-6171, Subs, pizza and Chinese cuisine. Ellwood’s Coffee, 10 S. Thompson St., 612-1827, Organic coffee, wine, beer and savory fare in an eco-friendly environment. Ellwood Thompson’s Local Market, 4 N. Thompson St., 359-7525, Natural grocery with organic produce, bulk ingredients, a deli, vitamins, gourmet wine and cheese and more. Farouk’s House of India, 3033 W. Cary St., 355-0378, Favorites include butter chicken, lamb curry and mamtaz biryani. Lunch buffet available daily. For the Love of Chocolate, 3136 W. Cary St., 359-5645, A dream come true for chocoholics, with candy from all over the world. Galaxy Diner, 3109 W. Cary St., 213-0510, Don’t miss the milkshakes at this space-themed diner, or try the trailer park pancakes, a local favorite.
Ginger Thai Taste, 3145 W. Cary St., 254-7373, Traditional Thai served alongside local favorites, all served in a hip, comfortable atmosphere. Jean-Jacques Bakery, 3138 W. Cary St., 355-0666, French-style café that serves lunch but is best known for its sweets, including danishes and turnovers. Kroger, 3507 W. Cary St., 254-1975, Full-service grocery. Mary Angela’s Pizza and Subs, 3345 W. Cary St., 353-2333, New York- and Sicilian-style pizzas, calzones, strombolis, subs and pasta dinners. McDonald’s, 3410 W. Cary St., 355-4123. Mezzanine, 3433 W. Cary St., 353-2186. Specializing in seafood and seasonal fair. Momotaro Sushi, 2803 W. Cary St., 355-0060, Fresh fish and flavorful entrées, with sushi rolls at reasonable prices. Mom’s Siam, 2811 W. Cary St., 359-7606, Thai cuisine with favorites such as drunken noodles and pad Thai. Montana Gold Bread Co., 3543 W. Cary St., 359-7700, Homemade breads such as whole wheat and fat-free cinnamon swirl, sandwiches and boxed lunches. Moshi Moshi, 3321 W. Cary St., 359-1151, Sushi. Mrs. Marshall’s, 3125 W. Cary St., 355-1305, Deli specializing in boxed lunches, also available for delivery. Nacho Mama’s, 3449 W. Cary St., 358-6262, This Mexican restaurant serves food with Southwestern flair. The Flautas Florentine are an established fave. New York Deli, 2920 W. Cary St., 358-3354, New York-style deli and Carytown nightspot. Sandwich options include the popular Reuben. Vegetarian dishes are available. Penzeys Spices, 3400 W. Cary St., 254-7667, Any spice imaginable, as well as seasonings, herbs and gift boxes. P.T. Hastings Famous Seafood, 3545 W. Cary St., 353-9592, Seafood party platters and shrimp, lobster bake, and crab-ball spreads are specialties. River City Cellars, 2931 W. Cary St., 355-1375, Wines and gourmet cheeses. Free wine tasting on Fridays from 5 to 7 p.m. Free beer tasting every third Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. 7-Eleven, 11 S. Nansemond St., 353-3942; 3301 W. Cary St., 358-0503; 3600 W. Cary St., 359-4805. Secco, 2933 W. Cary St., 355-1375, A wine bar featuring 25 wines by the glass and Mediterranean small plates; to open April 2010. Smoothie King, 3152 W. Cary St., 355-9934, More than 50 flavors of smoothies, most of them with less than a gram of fat. Starbucks Coffee, 3555 W. Cary St., 353-7512. Stuzzi, 1 N. Belmont Ave., 301-5939, Authentic Neapolitan style pizza; opening at the begining of April 2010. Subway, 3158-B W. Cary St., 354-8200. Thai Diner Too, 3028 W. Cary St., 353-9514, Pad Thai is popular at this casual restaurant. Extensive wine list and gluten-free menu. Tokyo Market, 2820-B W. Cary St., 353-2078, All-things-Japanese grocer. Ukrop’s, 3522 W. Cary St., 353-0676, Full-service grocery with a bakery and ATM. Viva Mexico, 2929 W. Cary St., 377-9240, Traditional Mexican food and margaritas. Dining on the patio. Water Grill, 3411 W. Cary St., 353-3411, Seafood. Weezie’s Kitchen, 3123 W. Cary St., 726-1270, Eclectic American fare, including breakfast, lunch and late dinner. Williams Bakery, 3544 W. Cary St., 746-8370, Family-owned bakery chain featuring 14 varieties of pies, wedding cakes, doughnuts and danishes. ■
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