Shopping district came highly recommended and were disappointed in both quality and uniqueness of stores. Found other neighborhoods much more interesting.
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Plenty of shopping from high end to the end value shop. Good eateries and endless cocktail options. Easy strolls up and down Cary St and Close to the Museum of Fine Arts.
Great little village area to spend a few hours shopping and dining! So far have tried Galaxy Diner (best diner food I've ever eaten!), East Coast Provisions (very good) and Pink Belle Cake House (rich delicious cupcakes)... and found some adorable gifts at Creme de...More
Carytown has just about something for everyone. There are many restaurants, shops, and a vintage movie theater. There is street and off street parking. Many vintage shops and even a chocolate shop.
Sadly arrived late afternoon Sunday as some of the shops were closing but really fun area to stroll around and window shop and with plenty of places to eat. We also loved the murals and public art. Great way to pass some time on a...More
This shopping street has some fun vintage and resale shops, with a sprinkling of great gift stores. We were impressed with the restaurant variety. Stores closed fairly early.
Carytown is an eclectic funky cool place! The carytown adventure has so much in store for the average joe. So many shops including galleries, luxury clothing/shoes, consignment, thrift, jewelry, coffee, pizza, donuts, biscuits, movies, toys, books, and more. Take a long day and soak in...More
I lived in Richmond for 12 years and am a frequent visitor now and while Carytown has changed some over the years you are still bound to find a collection of quirky shops and unique finds. Some old favorites - Plan 9, House of Mirth,...More
Food, fun and funkie. Many shops - new & old favorites. All kinds of food options. Inexpensive movie theater at the Byrd. Near the fabulous Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Only major drawback is parking, but only because the area is so popular.