Shopping that Ardmore has to offer.
Visit Ardmore and experience "Exit 31 A the Main Streets" for a true shopping adventure. The journey begins at Broadway and Commerce with a trip to the Brown Paper Bag and Maria's Garden, just a short block away. Unique shops were featured in Southern Living and provide a memorable experience. As you continue down Broadway past Central Park, you will enter the downtown area. The variety of shops will delight even the most discriminating taste. An array of antique shops provides an opportunity to purchase merchandise from years past. Don't forget the chic shops that now dot our community along the side streets adjacent to Broadway and Main. Other areas to shop in Ardmore include Commerce Street, Tiffany Plaza (on West Broadway), Broadlawn Shopping Center on Maxwell, and the shops on Grand Avenue and Merrick Drive. If you tire of shopping, you can take a walking tour of downtown that will excite most history buffs as both the Carter County Courthouse and many Main Street locations are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
When you finally need a quick "pick me up", stop by Main Street Coffee, or if you prefer a meal, choices range from a trip back in time at the Old Time Soda Pop Shop, a taste of Mexico at Casa Romo, or a delightful lunch at Cafe Alley.
The dining opportunities in Ardmore allow you to choose from a variety of cuisines and environments that match your mood. Experience the local atmosphere of Cattle Rustlers, Budro's Rib Joint, Fireside Dining, or Two Frogs Grill. From local mom and pop establishments with a true down-home feel to gourmet cuisine, there is a dining experience to meet your every need.