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Open Air Shopping Destinations in SouthPark

Our kind of fun in the sun.

Spend an afternoon exploring the mix of national brands and unique local retailers at SouthPark's open air shopping centers. With tree lined paths, European-inspired fountains, sidewalk cafes, and perfect patios, SouthPark is your summer shopping destination.

Renaissance Patisserie

Specialty Shops

The Specialty Shops SouthPark has been providing sophisticated and refined shopping and dining experiences to the neighborhood since 1979. The beautifully landscaped outdoor shopping center is located at the intersection of Roxborough Road and Carnegie Boulevard and brings a Palm Beach vibe to the heart of SouthPark. Home to a mix of national retailers and privately owned boutiques and restaurants, the Specialty Shops is a special place to support local.

Amina Rubinacci | Anthony Vince Nail SpaBedside Manor | BrickTop's | Elizabeth Bruns Jewelers | Ivy & Leo | Paco’s Tacos & Tequila | Renaissance Patisserie | Scout & Molly's | Sharon Luggage | SouthPark Barbers | Talbots | Toscana Ristorante

Phillips Place

Phillips Place

Phillips Place opened in 1997 as one of the first mixed-use villages in the city featuring shops, restaurants, a hotel, and apartments all in one area. The impeccable open-air streetscapes are lined with trees and high end retailers and restaurants, and the center is home to more than 25 specialty shops and restaurants, nearly a third being locally owned. Be sure to stop at the only Ralph's Coffee location in the state while you're there.

800 Degrees Wood Fired Pizza | alice + olivia | BAR ONE Lounge | Bellezza | Custom Ink | Eileen Fisher| Granville | J. McLaughlin | Jenni KayneLadies of Lineage | La Vie Style HouseLimani | MarmiModern Salon and Spa | Nic + Zoe | OrvisPeter Millar | PF Changs | Ralph Lauren | Ralph's Coffee Truck | Restoration HardwareSouthern Pecan | Taylor Richards and Conger | The Palm | Veronica Beard 

Golden Cow Creamery


Morrison is a mixed-use specialty shopping center located at the intersection of Sharon and Colony roads that originally opened in 2006. Anchored by Barnes & Noble, the main street-style district is also home to an array of local boutiques, restaurants, and one of the best creameries in the region. Morrison is the perfect spot for a day of boutique hopping, with a high concentration of women-owned, trendy shops.

AKT SouthPark | Anne Neilson Fine Art | Barnes & Noble | BD JeffriesBoem | Capitol Clothing | Club Champion GolfDisco Honey | E Martini | FirebirdsGirl Tribe Co. | Golden Cow Creamery | Las OlasMano Bella Artisan Foods | Maison by Kim Mulaney | Morrison Cleaners & Alterations | NaturepedicPoole Shop | Sabor Latin Street Grill | YAFO Kitchen | WinestoreYama Asian Fusion

Dilworth Tasting Room SouthPark

Sharon Square

Located in between the Terraces at SouthPark and Phillips Place with entrances on Fairview and Sharon roads, Sharon Square has a distinctive roster of restaurants, shops, offices, and apartments. Anchored around Whole Foods Market, the inviting and walkable community is home to several local specialty shops and culinary concepts, and some of the best patio space around.

Cafe Monte | Caroline Grace | Denise Antonacci Salon | Dilworth Tasting Room | Oak Steakhouse | Rusty BucketShower Me With Love | The Bar Method | The Fox & Falcon by David Burke | Whole Foods | Woof Gang Barkery and Grooming

Jesse Brown's Outdoor

Sharon Corners

Located on the corner of Sharon and Fairview Road, Sharon Corners is a two-story shopping center featuring a diverse mix of national retailers like HomeGoods and Men’s Wearhouse and locally owned businesses that create special experiences and products for their customers.

Baoding Chinese Cuisine | Chez Marie | Gorgeous Glo | Greco Fresh Grille | Harper’s at SouthPark | Home GoodsJesse Brown’s Outdoors | Men's WarehouseNails 2 by Trini | Original Pancake HousePet Supplies Plus | Queen City Tennis Shop | Smoothie KingSwoozie’s

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