Put your walking shoes on (or a pair of boots from Strickland’s), and head to Downtown Dublin GA where reliable staples remain, buildings stand the test of time, and revitalization is always bringing in something new. Stroll to shop, stroll to learn, stroll for your soul.
Saturdays start at the Farmers Market at Market on Madison with fresh baked goods, fruits and veggies galore, wellness items for your body, and so much more! Meander up and down the pavilion until your arms are full, grab a coffee or lemonade for the rest of your journey, and don’t forget to bring a cooler to keep your goods chilled while you spend your Saturday strolling downtown.
Heart of the City
Galavant to Jackson Street via Bicentennial Plaza to get your shopping on. Girls just want to have fun, and they do at The Exchange with the latest trends for tweens to adults, while both Miller & Company and Smith’s of Dublin are full of divine finds. Brighten your day with a stop at Hello Sunshine Co. and find the latest in board games at Comics& which is housed in what the locals still call the Old Ma Hawkins Restaurant.
Are you looking for a leisurely stroll? Downtown Dublin GA is a Georgia Exceptional Main Street (GEMS), so there is a bounty of beauty to see. Across from the historic Fred Roberts Building, serenity and sculpture are tucked away at Founder’s Park next to Morris Bank. Flowers from Black’s Seed Store fill the pots along Jackson Street, which is full of history. Read all about it on the Historic Downtown Walking Tour as you meander down to the award-winning Jackson Plaza, Dublin’s most photographed downtown space.
GEMS All Around
You have to be hungry by now, and Downtown Dublin GA is the best place to fill that belly. Savor award-winning dining at Company Supply and Deano’s, or head to Minute Grill, a downtown staple since 1963 where southern food aficionado, John T. Edge, recently filmed an episode for his show True South.
Photo Credit: Premier Properties of Dublin via Instagram