Support Local, Love Local
Only in Tallahassee
Tallahassee’s charm lies not only in its rich history and culture but also in the local businesses that call this region home. From vintage treasures at Railroad Square and independent bookstores in Midtown to chic boutiques in Market Square, Tallahassee’s diverse retail scene offers the perfect fit for any style.
Bradley’s County Store
Nothing is tastier than a gift basket from Bradley’s Country Store. Enjoy delicious smoked and fresh sausage, preserves, honey, grits, cheese and more. Bonus – the drive to Bradley’s takes you along Centerville Road, one of Tallahassee’s beloved Canopy Roads.
Chic Verte’s is a love story with nature. Lisa Phipps transforms found elements from her property into wearable art, celebrating conservation, empowerment, and artistic adventure. Chic Verte is available at Hearth & Soul.
Divvy Up Socks
Grab a pair of local Divvy Up Socks and show off your love for Tallahassee while giving back. For every pair purchased, one pair of socks is donated to a local homeless shelter. Divvy Up Socks are available at the Visitor Center at 918 Railroad Avenue.
Bicentennial Commemorative Coin
Commemorate your trip to Tallahassee with our limited-edition Bicentennial coin, available at the Visitor Information Center on Railroad Avenue. A cherished keepsake embodying the region’s 200-year history.
Lucky Goat Coffee
Discover the bold flavor of Tallahassee in every cup of Lucky Goat’s #iHeartTally Blend. Pick up a bag to enjoy at home or stop in in one of the local tasting rooms and try a signature Tallyccino or Goat Bomb. Lucky Goat has four convenient locations in town, however, the #iHeartTally blend is also available at the Visitor Information Center and Gift Shop.
Orchard Pond Honey
For a taste of locally grown goodness, visit Orchard Pond, where fresh produce and artisanal products abound. Handmade in the Red Hills region, Orchard Pond’s honeybees make the finest tupelo, wildflower and gallberry honey. The honey is also available at the Visitor Center.