If dogs are man’s best friend, then Hairy Winston must be dog’s best friend. This boutique pet store, voted Best Pet Store by the readers of Mount Pleasant Magazine, is more than pet friendly. One recent customer said, “This is absolutely the best pet store ever! Hairy Winston has healthy foods, treats, toys, leashes, harnesses, collars, candles and nontoxic products to … [Read more...]
Mount Pleasant Towne Centre
Towne Centre hasn't been around long, but it has become the place to shop for East Cooper residents. And no wonder, with shops to please everyone, including most of your favorite national chains such as The Gap, Barnes & Noble and Bed Bath & Beyond. There are also local boutiques such as Copper Penny, and Palmetto Moon.
It’s easy to spend a full day at Towne Centre – and not just during the holidays. An outdoor mall with tree-lined sidewalks, you’ll find upscale shopping mingled with stores that appeal to the younger set. Families with young children or teens will appreciate GAP Kids / baby GAP and Old Navy. Women will find an impressive array of shops that cater to their style, including Chico’s, White House/Black Market and J. Jill.
After a shopping expedition, it’s time to relax in one of the many restaurants, such as LongHorn Steakhouse or P.F. Chang’s, perhaps followed by a movie at the Palmetto Grande.
In addition to individual store promotions, Mount Pleasant Towne Centre offers special holiday events throughout the year.
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One store in Mount Pleasant Towne Centre is bringing both fashion and philanthropy to our community and beyond. Embracing a “think globally, act locally” mind-set, Sandra Barnes, owner of the trendsetting boutique Apricot Lane, is shaking things up in the world of retail and social justice. Working for the greater good, she proves being altruistic is one trend that never goes … [Read more...]
ARCHIVAL ARTICLE It’s interesting how much difference a few years can make. When plans for the Royal Palms of Mount Pleasant were first devised, the bustling shops, restaurants and neighborhoods that now make up “north” Mount Pleasant were no more than a vision. Now, Mount Pleasant beyond Towne Centre is rapidly becoming the place to raise families, enjoy local businesses – … [Read more...]