(Re)Stored downtown this weekend

Published 10:34 pm Friday, November 13, 2015

Nearly 30 merchants from all over Hampton Roads have moved into downtown Suffolk for the weekend, offering shoppers a chance to start Christmas shopping with a broad range of vendors and offering business owners the chance to see what it’s like to have a brick-and-mortar store in Suffolk.

Six vacant buildings on North Main and Washington streets will host the merchants, offering a chance to show off the insides of the buildings to potential tenants, as well.

Participating merchants are:

  • The Creative Wedge
  • Knit Wits
  • Regular Chef Jams
  • The Meow Manor
  • Purrocious Styles Feline Designs
  • Pixie Treasures LLC
  • Maya Couture
  • Little Black Dress
  • Pop-Up Suffolk Public Library
  • Amajje Jewelry Design
  • Jen Liz Jewelry Creations
  • Savor the Olive
  • Versatile Collections
  • Tastefully Simple
  • Studio 32 Inc.
  • Hope for Suffolk
  • Alodeuri Jewelry and Accessories
  • Faithful Fanatics
  • Eco Maniac Company
  • Universal Massage
  • French Twist Boutique @ Urban Design
  • Few Made Jewelry
  • Ashton Keely Company
  • WGBS Studi4o
  • Lagniappe
  • Penny Duke Studio
  • Carolyn’s Treasures
  • Whitney Caroline Designs

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The merchants will be set up in the following buildings:

  • The Professional Building, first floor, 100 N. Main St.
  • The former Shooting Star Gallery, 118 N. Main St.
  • The former Oysterette, 177 N. Main St.
  • The former Salvation Army thrift store, 157 W. Washington St.
  • The former A.J. Gator’s, 154 W. Washington St.
  • 119 E. Washington St.

Children’s festivities, live music and the last two days of Suffolk Restaurant Week will also be going on.

The event runs Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.