Located at 600 Monroe in The Edge District (Marshall Arts if you’re from Memphis), Edge Alley opened last July and is a stylish, modern cafe and coffee shop. Designed with an open floor plan and community seating, the picturesque space is the perfect spot for both quick meetings with fellow creatives, and chill time with your favorite book and cup of joe.
Stock + Belle is one of my favorite stores in the city; it’s much more than a boutique because it’s filled with clothing, curiosities, furniture and art, and the space itself is hella cool!
Sometimes, a girl just needs to go to the garden. I stopped by the Dixon Gallery + Garden one Saturday morning before a shoot with a client and it was one of the best decompressing activities I could have ever done.
Last night I attended a VIB (Very Important Blogger) meetup hosted by Carriage Crossing. About 13 bloggers came together to mingle, have cocktails, and take a tour of a few retailers at the outdoor shopping center.
A few weeks back I went to a pop-up shop on Broad Avenue + instantly fell in love with Natalie Meagan’s brand The Crybaby Club.
Find yourself day tripping to Memphis on a cold Winter’s day? Here are a few places to consider on your trip:
Get into the deliciousness that is the Chicken Almondine Sandwich at Tart Memphis, one of my favorite cafes/bakeries in Midtown.
Mrs. Post Stationery held their Holiday Preview Party this past Thursday, so I stopped by after running errands to see what new goodies they had in-store. They’re truly a lifestyle Read more […]
During last month’s Trolley Night, Stock & Belle celebrated the opening of 387 Pantry, the boutique general store adjacent to the store. Filled with artisan foods, magazines, Read more […]
After a rough start to my morning a few weeks ago (nothing like finding out you need a new radiator while getting a simple oil change), I decided to treat myself to a yummy lunch, Read more […]