Ways to Spend a Woman-Owned Weekend in Memphis

By: Ariel Taranski

Since March is Women’s History Month and Memphis has so many amazing women-owned and co-owned businesses to support, we decided to showcase them AND give you some ideas for hanging out with your favorite ladies one weekend. A total win-win, right? Here’s your weekend itinerary. (Feel free to do these ASAP or whenever you want, since supporting these businesses shouldn’t be secluded to the month of March!)

Photo Credit: The Arcade

Start your day off with a big breakfast (or brunch) by planning a trip to one of these amazing restaurants. 

We guarantee you’ll find something delicious at one of these spots:

The Beauty Shop
Bedrock Eats and Sweets
Arcade Restaurant
Sweet Lala’s Bakery 

Or if you’re looking for a lighter way to start your day, have some tea at My Cup of Tea

After your hearty meal, why not shop around for some plants and greenery?

Photo Credit: Everbloom Design Memphis

Memphis has a ton of flower and plant shops if you’re looking to liven up your space. Check out one of these stops for lovely bouquets, trinkets, and more:

Snapdragon Floral
Everbloom Design
Golden Hour
Flowers and More
Midtown Bramble and Bloom
TCBnCo
Mili’s Flowers and Gifts

 

 

Photo Credit: Brwnskyn Yoga

If you want a bit of respite during your busy day, here are some wellness options for you.

Whether you’re hoping for gentle yoga or even a nice massage to unwind, we’ve got options:

Memphis Massage Masters
Brwnskn Yoga
Delta Groove Yoga
Champalou Spa

 

Photo Credit: Chef Tam’s Underground Cafe

What a morning it’s been! When breakfast feels like ages ago, you know it’s time for lunch.

Pop by one of these restaurants for a quick but scrumptious bite:

Ms. D’s Wings
Alcenia’s
Little Tea Shop
Huey’s
Chef Tam’s Underground Café 

 

After lunch, how about some shopping?

Photo Credit: Shop Mucho

Sprucing up your home in the 901 with some local artwork and decor is a great way to show your Memphis pride. Here are some great choices for your shopping trip:

Pretty Useful
LimeTree
Custom Art by Nat Coop
Ellywise Studios
New Harbert Candles
ARCHd

If you want to continue your shopping journey for some clothes or gifts, treat yourself! Try one of these places:

Prima’s Bakery and Boutique – Shop Mucho
Feelin Memphis
B.Sartain

Think your day’s done yet? No way!

You’ve gotta get some pampering in, and whether that’s a facial or mani/pedi, you won’t want to skip one of these spots on your busy day:

Pixie Lab by Jenniexnails
The Skin and Wax Room
Girl Makes Face
Daisy Nails

 

Now that you and the gals have had a day, it’s time to sit down for a nice dinner.

Photo Credit: Majestic Grille

Not only are these some delectable eats, but you’ll enjoy some beautiful atmospheres in any of these restaurants: 

Napa Cafe
The Majestic Grille
Felicia Suzanne’s
Rendezvous
Mollie Fontaine Lounge

 

Photo Credit: Muddy’s Bake Shop

Craving a sweet treat after dinner?

The best way to wrap up your fun-filled day is with one of these delicious options:

Muddy’s Bake Shop
Primas Bakery and Boutique- RM Petit Cakes
17 Berkshire
Miss Birdsong’s Sweet Tooth
iPop Gourmet Popcorn
Bluff Cakes
Dinstuhl’s Fine Candy Co.

 

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