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- At The Gypsy Wagon—the home decor/jewelry/clothing store—expect the wares to be infused with a lovable hippie vibe. Think Free People and Johnny Was duds, plus lots of turquoise accessories.
- Further down Henderson, make sure to stop in at We Are 1976, where you'll find the most eclectic collection of toys, home goods, art objects, books, jewelry, apparel and candy—all carefully culled from indepen
- Just a hop away is Milk & Honey Boutique, Brittany York's homage to all things fashionable and affordable. And the experience gets even more alluring when you shop the 50-percent-off racks.
- Need a breather? Wrap up at Beauty Bar, because nothing is better than a manicure with a martini.
Head to Henderson for an immensely satisfying Saturday, filled with down-home food, goods and deals. Start your day off with an early lunch at The Porch, where just about everything on the menu is a breath of fresh air. But if you need help deciding, you can't go wrong ordering the buttermilk fried chicken cobb salad.