Bargain lovers and antique aficionados will be thrilled with Chamblee. Buford Highway Flea Market has everything from fresh seafood to formal clothes. Prices are reasonable, and many vendors will barter if you are polite and make a fair case. The Atlanta Antique Gallery has multiple shops inside, waiting for you with teak dressers, wool rugs, and other fine furnishings. If you are looking for more modern finds, there are half a dozen or so thrift shops within a five-mile radius in Chamblee. You can easily make a day out of thrifting and find a new wardrobe at a deep discount.
Fresh, Fragrant Coffe
Coffee lovers know that when you have a craving in the morning, you do not trust your wakeup beverage to just anyone. Quickly is one of the most popular coffee and tea shops in the Chamblee area, and one sip of their beverages tells you why. Whether you want hot coffee, iced coffee, or bubble tea, you will not be disappointed here. Java Mojo is another excellent place to get a morning (or evening) cup of brew. The coffee here is delicious, never bitter or burnt tasting. ZenTea is as relaxing as its name and offers free tastings.
Many Places to Worshi
Many different denominations and religions are represented in the Chamblee/Atlanta area. There are Baptist, Methodist, Catholic, and Presbyterian churches, among many others, waiting to welcome new residents with open arms. If you are non-denominational, you will feel at home at one of the unity churches or open table communities. There is a Seventh-day Adventist church as well as a Kingdom Hall for Jehovah’s Witnesses. Nearby Atlanta has a Buddhist center that always embraces new members and a synagogue for Judaists. Whatever your beliefs are, you will find a place that warms your heart and lifts your spirits.