Mark your calendars now because you are invited to our Greensboro Trunk Show coming up on September 23-24. You’ll want to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-317-3325 for the location information. This will be our only NC Triad local show for the remainder of 2015. We’ll have all seasonal tassels available as well as other custom designs that you don’t want to miss. We hope to see you there!
Make the most of your journey to our show by planning a field trip to Jamestown, NC. Founded in 1816 and named for Quaker James Mendenhall, Jamestown is nestled within minutes of the bustling Triad. The quaint restaurants, desirable shops, welcoming neighborhoods, and involved citizens make Jamestown one of the South’s gems.
Here are a few of our favorite places to dine and shop while in Jamestown:
Homemade recipes handed down over the years make Full Moon soups and original entrees some of the best in the southeast. Like the traditional steam houses down on the Carolina coast, they have learned that fresh oysters and other shellfish delights are best prepared using hot steam only to preserve the salty good freshness that everyone loves. Regulars and new comers alike who dine at the uniquely sectioned 50 seater bar are treated to more than just an awesome meal. The shuckers behind the bar always provide a special hospitality and will even shuck your oysters right in front of you. Be sure to try one of their famous homemade cakes for dessert if you want to treat yourself to the real deal.
An eclectic American menu with southern twists served in a laid-back but cheerful bistro space. The food and people at Southern Roots are a celebration. They strive to select the finest ingredients to honor the earth and those that inhabit it. Strong supporters of local farmers and sustainable agriculture, you can easily tell that all menu items at Southern Roots are prepared with love.
Recently selected to compete in the Got To Be NC Dining Competition, Perky’s Bistro is a full service casual fine dining establishment featuring American cuisine with a French technique. Under the direction of Chef Timothy Barbrey, you’ll find menu items ranging from comfort food to elegant dishes like pan-seared Ahi Tuna and their signature File Mignon. Their menu changes often so stop by to see what’s on special.
The Soaplady (Susan Stringer) shop is located in downtown Jamestown. Providing natural, fresh, and original soaps and body products, they also promote locally made products from across the triad area, as well as pottery, jewelry, candles, and so much more.
Out of Hand specializes in offering hand made items as well as supplies and support for knitting and needlepoint. Don’t miss this quaint and charming gift shop!
Now, tell us what we missed! Triad locals, what’s your favorite place to visit in town?