When it comes to small, locally owned shops, York County has you covered. When you walk the streets our of quaint towns you’ll find plenty of options for unique gifts for anyone in your life, including yourself.
Here’s a breakdown of must-go-to shops across York County for Small Business Saturday.
Fort Mill’s downtown is exploding with new business. In recent years, the storefronts have filled up and you can always find the streets busy. The Fort Mill area has extended to Baxter Village and Kinsgley as well. Make sure and take a break from shopping to stop in for a bite to eat at places like Towne Tavern, Local Dish, Hobo’s, Carolina Ale House and Six Pence Pub.
MAIN & GRAY: Looking to complete that perfect room in your house, you’ll definitely want to stop at Main & Gray. This isn’t just a storefront they also run an interior design business, meaning they can really help you hone in on your distinct style while shopping.
CROSSINGS ON MAIN: Walk into this cottage-like store and you’ll want to make it home. This is the perfect place to buy those Christmas gifts for everyone on your list. From baby items to serving dishes and everything in-between, this is a one stop shop.
BROADCLOTH BOUTIQUE: Broadcloth is one of the newest tenants in the Kinsley shopping area. This up and coming shopping area offers a unique mix of boutiques and eateries. Broadcloth will keep your closet up to date with the latest trends.
KATYLOO BOUTIQUE: Located in Baxter Village, the owner of Katy Loo strives to find affordable pieces that accent your wardrobe. After selling online for several years they opened their first brick and mortar earlier this year in the heart of Baxter.
OLIVES MUD PUDDLE: Go in for the coffee, stay for the pottery and gifts! This little shopped, tucked into Main Street Fort Mill offers up a community coffee house with local gifts. You’ll notice intricate figurines, those are sculpted as well!
Stroll down Main Street in Rock Hill and you’ll discover quaint shops and artistry that you’ll be hard pressed to find elsewhere. The uniqueness of Rock Hill gives you an easy atmosphere to get yourself lost in its ambiance.
OVERHEAD STATION: Don’t miss out on an opportunity to jump inside this one of a kind shop. From candles and clothing to complete collections for your holiday tables, Overhead Station has it all. Extra bonus, on most days Bunny, their goldendoodle is inside to great customers.
GETTYS ART CENTER: Built in the 1930’s as Rock Hill’s Post Office and Courthouse, it’s now home to a hub of art and eclectic shops. Make sure to take in all the beauty of the old post office mail slots and brass interior as you walk around to shops like Downtown Artistry, Rock Hill Pottery Center and more.
SHOPPES AT RIVERS EDGE: If you’re looking for a one stop shop interior decorating and antique mall, this is it! Stock up on your Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, browse antiques, or find the perfect table setting for Christmas, it’s all here!
AZURE SKY GIFTS: Head down to the Riverwalk to check out Azure Sky Gifts. This cute gifts boutique offers a little bit of everything. Looking for the perfect gift for the wine lover or artsy person in your life? You’ll definitely find it here. Don’t forget to stop in at the Grapevine for a glass of wine and a break from all the shopping.
Head down to charming York, the county seat for York County. This little town packs quite the punch with unique, local shops. Head down North Congress Street to take in all of the shops that will fill your Christmas list quickly.
SWEET TEA: In need of something monogrammed or looking for the perfect outfit? Pair it all together at Sweet Tea. This downtown York staple is one you can’t miss to get the best outfit for your holiday parties.
SOUTHERN DANDE: Don’t miss shopping at the Southern Dande on your tour of York. From kids clothing to adult brands, they have all the latest trends. They will do monogramming on outfits for you as well!
DOGMA & FETCH: Is your precious pooch in need of spoiling? Don’t miss Dogma & Fetch on your trip to York. This pet boutique has everything you need from everyday leashes and collars to outfits for any special occasion.
Come to Lake Wylie for views of the Lake, stay for the hospitality! This charming area of the county has so much to offer, including the shopping!
COASTAL COTTAGE DIY: Coastal Cottage is where creativity goes wild! Find you next prized home decor piece, gifts, or custom signs! They also just added a clothing section in the back of their store along with jewelry. Book a sign painting class for your girlfriends while you’re there!
Clover is going to be your antique haven. Looking to shop in a quaint downtown to find vintage one of a kind items? Clover is your town. Make sure and stop by Jackson’s Kitchen for breakfast to fuel up for your big shopping trip or stop at The Po Boy for lunch out on Bethel St.
TREASURES & JUNK: Treasures and Junk has it all! This cute store front pulls you in immediately and begs you to stay all day. Enjoy digging through precious silver pieces and finding gifts that no one else will find for Christmas.
THE PALMETTO HOUSE: Don’t decorate your house for Christmas until you stop in the Palmetto House first! Their displays of seasonal decor are just perfect for making your home ready. They have adorable reindeer for your mantle you don’t want to miss out on!
HIGH COTTON ANTIQUES: If you’re looking to impress a certain family member this Christmas with a one of a kind gift, head to High Cotton Antiques. They have the best finds that will be sure to help you cross off your Christmas list.