Something for Everyone, South Fulton Has it All!

New places feel more like home when you’re able to find familiar shops, restaurants, stores and services you’ve grown to know and trust. South Fulton makes you feel right at home with our eclectic mix of national retailers, local merchants and family activities. With many stores and malls located along or near MARTA transit stations and the main arteries of I-285, I-85, Camp Creek Parkway and Old National Highway, you always have easy access to hundreds of retail establishments. Whether it’s a stop on the way home after work, a fun weekend outing or a relaxed evening exploration, you’ll be able to conveniently shop ‘til you drop in South Fulton.

Camp Creek Market Place

Camp Creek MarketPlace is one of the largest, most vibrant shopping centers in the metro Atlanta area, boasting more than 100 shops and restaurants. You’ll be able to find an almost endless variety of familiar brands, including Target, Lowe’s, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Marshall’s, T.J. Maxx, Starbucks, L.A. Fitness, DTLR, PetSmart, Publix, Barnes & Noble, DSW Shoes, LensCrafters, Old Navy, Lane Bryant, and Kay Jewelers.

You can also take care of business during your shopping excursion by visiting Staples, the UPS Store, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, American Family Insurance, H&R Block, Wells Fargo and SunTrust banks. Take care of yourself while you’re at the Marketplace by visiting merchants who offer nail and hair care, vision services, weight loss counseling and vitamins. After you’ve worked up an appetite, stop for a bite to eat at one of the dozens of restaurants offering steaks, sushi, American, Tex-Mex, Italian, Chinese, and seafood cuisines.

U.S. Route 29

This 20-mile corridor in South Fulton takes you on a meandering journey beginning in the City of Atlanta and running south through East Point, College Park, Union City and Fairburn, before ending in Palmetto. The road takes on several names, including Main Street and Roosevelt Highway. Atlanta’s transit system, MARTA, has two rail stations on U.S. Route 29 — the East Point and College Park stations.

Main Street in College Park showcases several charming and historic neighborhoods that remind you of small town living. This diverse and picturesque area of South Fulton has a small-town feel while offering a variety of locally-owned restaurants and small businesses. Located directly across from the historic train depot in College Park is the renowned, “Southern Fusion” Pecan restaurant. The Feed Store, which was once a grain store, is another local gem. The Brake Pad, located in an old gas station, is a city favorite for its burgers and patio. College Park has many more restaurants, including Simon’s steaks and seafood, and several sports bars.

Main Street in the revitalized City of East Point is home to Thumbs Up Diner (a locally-owned franchise), Oz Pizza and the East Point Corner Tavern. Arden’s Garden offers the local community a healthy alternative with fresh juices and organic snacks. An additional attribute in the area is the East Point Farmers Market, which began in 2011 and quickly became a neighborhood fixture. In Fairburn and Palmetto, Roosevelt Highway hosts family-friendly dining experiences like Oz Pizza and cultural classics like Taqueria Iztacchihuatl. The historic Green Manor Restaurant in Union City offers an elegant, turn-of-the-century Southern dining experience that you will not forget.

Old National Highway Corridor

The Walmart Plaza has everything you need in one location. The full-service Walmart offers groceries, a vision center, pharmacy, oil and tire center, home and garden area and a photo center. The Plaza is home to restaurants, eateries and discount apparel stores. In the main Plaza area, you’ll find apparel and footwear at Dots, Generation X, Ross and Champs Sports. The Plaza is home to Dugan’s restaurant, “Atlanta’s Original Hot Wings,” where locals gather to hear live music, watch sports, shoot pool, sing karaoke and dance. While shopping, pick up a Honey Baked ham or order from the American Deli. Then, cap off your shopping trip with a Smoothie King treat.

Located a few paces from the Walmart Plaza is the Old National Market Place. From getting in shape at L.A. Fitness to shopping for a variety of hip fashion selections in local apparel stores, the Old National Market Place is a perfect example of the growing retail scene in South Fulton.

Greenbriar Mall

Greenbriar Mall is another fantastic location in southwest Atlanta for personal and family shopping, and free community activities. The mall’s 100+ shops offer opportunities to purchase clothing, footwear and accessories, make beauty and health care visits, find access to financial services, pick up home furnishing items and household supplies, check out the latest electronics and games, and visit a wide variety of jewelry stores and restaurants. Name brand stores and eateries include Chick-fil-A, Macy’s, International House of Pancakes (IHOP), Footlocker, Piccadilly Cafeteria and Radio Shack.

Cascade Road

Located next to Atlanta’s historic West End District, the Cascade Road community boasts a rich and full history of its own that dates back to the early 1960s. This mainly residential corridor of Southwest Atlanta includes many affluent neighborhoods, restaurants, golf courses, driving ranges and a 120-acre nature preserve.

Over the last few years, Cascade Road has expanded westward adding new residential subdivisions and retail centers that house Home Depot, Applebee’s and Publix. A well-loved favorite, Landon’s Restaurant serves its patrons a delightful southern-style brunch on Sundays, and modern American fare throughout the week.

The Cascade Citi Center lets you do your grocery shopping at a full-service Kroger supermarket, one of the South’s favorite chains. The Kroger offers a coffee bar, an eye exam center, a hair salon and tax preparation services.