What a cool experience! This store has everything an antique lover could want. Lots of selection and nice people.
The monthly auction is fun and entertaining. The service is great and the selection is legit. The staff is friendly and Barry is a great auctioneer. Skip all the stores with new stuff that is trying to look old, and buy the real old but good stuff.
This is a fun mall to browse with many, many booths. It is across from 100 Oaks and attached to another store (enter on the side). Prices vary, but it is one of the few antique malls left in the Green Hills area.
This is a very nice antique store to check out. Lots of fun things to see and lots of collectibles.
I love this place. You can really find something unique. Everyone I ever dealt with was very friendly!
Such a unique collection of vendors! Bonus that they have the most amazing local jewelry artist there, Marrah Florita! I love her stuff! Great place to go and look around when you have time! Go when you have some time to spare because there is so much to see!
A grand place- in more ways than one!! Huge unique antique items. So many one-of-a-kind items. Beautiful hand wrought iron tables using reclaimed wood. Gorgeous lighting. So many beautiful items. I bought a vintage iron piece from an old home with a widow's walk! Love it!! Sooo many beautiful things - a must stop when in Nashville!!
The best mall in Nashville by far. Actually have old things there.......what a novel idea!Mid-century has become big here, but most dealers think anything from the 60's is worth big money. Pricing is way too high. Dealers don't forget..........it's a mall, which is one step above a garage sale!
Great place to check out. Lots of stuff not for sale (marked "Mike's private collection"). Items that are for sale are outrageously priced. No "smalls" - - cheapest thing I saw was a scale for $200. Really wanted to buy a custom/unique light fixture, and would have spent $200-300, but they were all priced $400-600. I agree with the other review: if you want a mug, t-shirt, or the Pickers book, then it's worth stopping. Those are also outrageously priced. The mugs were $12.95, they were out of magnets, and I paid $28 for a 3/4 length sleeve (lightweight cotton) t-shirt with the AA logo, i.e. the rooster with the sun. STILL LOVE MIKE/FRANK/DANIELL, THE SHOW, AND THE BOOK IS GREAT (bought it from amazon before I went to the store), but the Nashville store was a huge disappointment. I'm sure since Mike has made it BIG, he's catering only to designers, antique dealers, elite clientel, etc....the average person is too small for him these days.
I went in about a year ago and their inventory looked like they had just come back from a garage sale in Antioch. I did a return visit last week and the same stuff was still there. How do they pay the rent. The only neat thing there is a cable car from Opryland..........and they want $10,000 for it. REALLY?