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Amsterdam Walk (formerly known as Midtown Outlets) is a quirky mix of actual outlet shops and high-end specialty retailers with a few service businesses thrown in to keep things interesting.
The first thing you should keep in mind when planning a trip to this fun little shopping district is that the businesses here are open very idiosyncratic hours. Some (not many) are open 7 days a week. Some open only Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Most fall somewhere in between. Check out our directory listings for each merchant's hours (below), but call before you set out, just in case.
The chances are good that you'll find something here that you want to buy. The shops primarily feature fun and funky merchandise that appeals to the young, trendy population living in the neighborhood.
If you're shopping for your home, Bed Down and Intaglia offer wonderfully fresh furniture and accessories; Gado Gado features intricately carved, imported furnishings from Indonesia; Antiques on Amsterdam is a marketplace featuring a number of dealers with a wide selection of antique furniture, art and accessories; Treasures from India sells a variety of art and gift items; The Cook's Warehouse (which is NOT an outlet store) has a great selection of kitchen stuff as well as cooking classes; Oriental Designer Rugs features (you guessed it) Oriental designer rugs (wholesale to the public and the trade); and Flora Dora, a silk plant manufacturer.
If you're looking for outlet prices, your best bets are the clothing merchants: Midtown Designers' Warehouse; Shoemakers' Warehouse, and Straight from the Apple.
Stop by the Red Light Cafe, Fusion, and Miss-Q's for a little food and a lot of entertainment.
Other businesses include: Furaha's (picture framing); BreadGarden (bakery); Worthmore Jewelers; Ed's Gourmet Records (dance music); Fitness Factory (gym); Blooming Cookies (mail order cookies); Simply Sun Tanning; Supplement Warehouse; Atlanta Pharmacy & Gifts (the most beautiful pharmacy you are ever likely to see); and Sound Associates (sound systems).
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From downtown, take I-85 North to the 14th/10th Street Exit. Go East on 10th Street to Monroe Drive. Turn Left on Monroe Drive. At the second traffic light, turn left on Amsterdam Ave. [ A-1 on Virginia-Highland map. ]
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