In a decades-old storefront in Little Rock's South Main District, you'll find The Green Corner Store, an eco-friendly lifestyle store that offers organic and local items of all sorts. It's a rather neat place, with a working soda fountain operated by Loblolly Creamery and so many gifts and daily-use items to take home. Let's take a look inside.
The Green Corner Store originally opened in 2009 inside the circa 1905 Lincoln Building, which was built by a local drug wholesaler, C.J. Lincoln. It originally housed the C. H. Dawson drug store and soda fountain, which operated for 60 years. After being vacant for a while, the building housed a car audio store and most recently a law firm. Today, you can go in, have a milkshake and chat with the ever-friendly staff.
Since The Green Corner Store opened, the South Main District has blossomed, and today the shop includes The Root Cafe, Boulevard Bread and Moxy amongst its closest neighbors. It's on the same block as the Bernice Garden.
Let's look through some of the many items you'll find inside.
|Copper and wood Christmas ornaments.|
|Fanciful, handy pottery cups, pitchers and teapots.|
|Handcrafted wooden utensils.|
|Soft cuddly baby toys and gifts.|
|Locally grown loofas.|
|Soap from Crimmins Family Farm.|
|Handcrafted soap dishes made of pottery.|
You'll find a whole lot more inside The Green Corner Store. Check out the website
for more information or go visit the store at 15th and Main in Little Rock's SoMa District.
Oh, and it's also where you'll find signed copies of my books. Just a small plug.
One of our favorite stores in Little Rock. Always a treat to shop there!ReplyDelete
Locally grown loofas? Who knew that was a thing? I must know more!ReplyDelete
Great store. Proud to have our (Southern Girl Soapery) products there!ReplyDelete