Blackstone Antique MallThe Blackstone Antiques and Crafts Mall, owned by Janette Baranishyn, is one of the largest of its kind in southside Virginia and features a wide selection of antiques, collectibles, primitives, hand crafted items, mid-century modern items and more. From furniture to...
Beyond The PlantLocated at 214 S. Main St in Blackstone, Beyond the Plant is an elevated wellness boutique owned and operated by Caylin Goad. Caylin’s passion is helping people cultivate their wellness through natural supplements, and through her knowledge of how to grow herbs and...
101 on Main Eatery and Pub
101 on Main Eatery and Pub is a local staple. If you locate the huge LOVE sign downtown, you are perfectly positioned to enjoy a fine meal at one of Blackstone’s favorite establishments. With fresh fare prepared daily on site, you are in for a treat.
Clay’s Garden Center and Farm Market
Clay’s Garden Center and Farm Market is a joy to the senses. There are so many things to see and touch and smell and taste. Friendly voices greet you. Candy sold by the pound resurrects happy childhood memories, and an antique display wall at the back transports the mind to times long past.
Blackstone Emporium, located on Main Street in Blackstone, Virginia, is a local staple. Serving their community for forty years now, Beth Winn and her son offer a wide variety of furniture styles. Bright and welcoming, their store has something for everyone. Great customer service, fair prices, and home delivery top off their amazing selections.
Richard and Teresa Keller are the owners of a delightful little antique shop named “Picker’s Place.” Walking into the store felt like going home.
TaaDaa the Bakery
Stepping into Taadaa the Bakery is not quite just a step into the past. It is so much more than that. The turquoise and red décor imitate the energy of the owner, Jan Daniel, and that energy is addictive. Antiques line every surface but vibrate with a new sense of value. And oh, the aroma.
Watkins Jewelers is no ordinary jewelry store. First established in 1936, it officially joined the Watkins family in 1951. It is a store that carries itself with its head held high while still being warm and down-to-earth. The Watkins family defines good taste, friendliness, quality, and confidentiality.
Schwartz Tavern, Blackstone’s oldest building, was purchased by an early settler in Nottoway County named John Schwartz in 1790. In May 1798, Schwartz was issued a license to operate a tavern at this site. Schwartz Tavern has been altered several times over its history.