Historic, independent,
and unique.

Cherokee Antique Row is full of surprises. Whether you're looking for a fresh conversation starter to go with your new kitchen make-over or the perfect gift to make her smile, we promise you'll head home with something one-of-a-kind. Every shop and restaurant on Antique Row is someone's passion project, and you're very likely to meet the owners when you visit.

 
People eating and bear staring at the Mud House, 2101 Cherokee.

People eating and bear staring at the Mud House, 2101 Cherokee.

Historic brick, slate, and cast iron on Cherokee Antique Row.

Historic brick, slate, and cast iron on Cherokee Antique Row.

 

Make a day of it.

Our storefronts have been home to all kinds of businesses since the nineteenth century. A diverse mixture of general stores, barber shops, taverns and lunch counters has evolved along with South City over the years. Today, behind our historic brickwork and cast iron faΓ§ades, we've still got a ton of stuff to see and do. Antique and vintage shoppers will be delighted by an afternoon here, but there's plenty more for the rest of the family. Eat at one of our charming restaurants and cafes, get a new hairstyle for you and even the dog, or spend some time with vintage brass at the Saxophone Museum. It's all walkable from easy, free street parking.


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