I went here planning to spend a couple hundred dollars on a coffee table I had seen on Craigslist. I took my one year old into the store in an umbrella stroller, not knowing they had shopping carts inside. I was the ONLY customer in the store, and 1 of 2 clerks announced that she had to go to the bathroom, whereupon she started following me around the store for a few minutes until I completely changed directions. I had never been in this store, but I'm pretty sure the bathrooms aren't in the middle right where the booths are. She never once asked me if I needed help (I did), only made me feel extremely uncomfortable. I have never had such a HORRIBLE shopping experience in all my life. This experience says a lot about the store and its quality. They have forever lost my business. Woodstock Antique Market is right up the street and their customer service is FAR superior and their merchandise a much better value. I'm embarrassed that Southern Antique Gallery exists in my town.
Posted: 3/22/2011 • Last edited: 5/20/2014 • Link to this review
This place is always changing. I never know what treasures I will find. There is a vast assortment of furniture, household items, arts and crafts, home decor, jewelry and antiques. There's something for everyone. Always neat, clean and fun! The prices are great too. Just don't go in a hurry. I always walk the place twice because there's so much to see.
Posted: 8/17/2009 • Link to this review
Love this place. No matter what you're looking for, they'll have it. My only complaints are that there's too much new artsy-craftsy stuff, and vendors need to actually take the time to learn what 'vintage' and 'antique' actually means.
Posted: 1/07/2009 • Link to this review