The ultimate SouthPark shopping guide

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When it comes to shopping in Charlotte, SouthPark is more than a mall – it’s mecca.

Because we love it so much, we wanted to give our Agenda readers the ULTIMATE SouthPark shopping guide.

We got all the deets on new store openings, created shopping routes to fit your mood and went beyond the store directory to find some hidden gems you really won’t want to miss.

From this day forward, if you experience SouthPark any other way, you’re doing it wrong.

SouthPark is always adding to their impressive roster of stores and restaurants. Next time you visit, here are some new stores to check out.

(1) Peloton

Where it is: Across from the Microsoft Store
What they do: Peloton is revolutionizing at-home fitness by merging state-of-the-art technology and immersive class content taught by NYC’s best instructors. You can check out their insane Peloton bikes in person and get all the gear to go with it.

(2) Jack Rogers


Where it is: Near Dillards, next to The Body Shop
What they have: Iconic Navajo sandals, as well as a full collection of footwear, handbags and fashions. 

(3) COMING SOON: Casper Mattress

Where it is: Near Belk, next to Tommy John
What they have: Outrageously comfortable, award-winning sleep products

(4)  Sleep Number

Where it is: Between The Container Store and California Pizza Kitchen
What they have: Innovative mattresses and bedding that allows for personalization and control at the touch of a button

(5) Gusto Farm to Street


Where it is: The food court, next to Chick-fil-A
What they have: This fast casual restaurant is serving up fast-fired pizzas and farm fresh salads. If you want a pizza, try the Street Heat or the Rio. For salad, go with the Rooster’s Revenge.

(6) Bulla Gastrobar

Where it is: In The Village at SouthPark, next to Cowfish
What they have: Inspired by Madrid’s tapas scene, this small plates heaven is serving up traditional Spanish dishes like patatas bravas, albondigas and to-die-for paella. Start with sangria, always.

Find the full SouthPark store directory here.

Sometimes it’s nice to go off the beaten path and enjoy something different. We went beyond the store directory and found some hidden gems that you might otherwise miss.

(1) The photo booth in Urban Outfitters

Where: UO in the wing nearest to the Container Store.
What you’ll find: An actual photo booth at the front of the store. Insert cash and become the full on hipster you’ve been dying to be.

(2) Wine by the glass at Dilworth Coffee

Where: Dilworth Coffee in Belk
What you’ll find: $6 wine by the glass every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Everything is better with wine, isn’t it?

(4) Cooking classes at Sur La Table

Where: Sur La Table in the Dillard’s wing
What you’ll find: In the back of the store, they have a massive kitchen where chefs teach cooking classes 7 days a week. Check the schedule.

(5) Free kombucha on draft

Where: Lululemon in the Belk wing closest to Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom
What you’ll find: In the front left corner of the store, they offer customers complimentary kombucha on tap. Very refreshing.

(6) Free yoga and barre classes

Where: Athleta in the wing closest to Maggiano’s Little Italy.
What you’ll find: Free workout classes hosted almost every Sunday. They offer everything from yoga to barre to HIIT cardio workouts. Plus, you can pick up a cute outfit. Here’s their workout schedule.

(7) Get your car washed while you shop @ ProntoWash

Where: Located in the lower level parking deck between Nordstrom and Belk.
What you’ll find: An environmentally friendly auto spa that will take care of everything while you browse.

SouthPark boasts an impressive store directory but, depending on your mood, you may not be into browsing the entire place.

Everyone has a different shopping style, so we put together some customized routes to get you where you need to go.

You’re a mom of 2 trying to kill time on a rainy afternoon…

Stop #1
The LEGO Store: This store has little stations where kids can play with LEGOs. Just sit back an enjoy your iced coffee.

Stop #2
The Disney Store: Talk about sensory overload. This place is magical and is sure to have their attention for awhile.

Stop #3
American Girl Bistro: Bring along your daughter’s American Girl doll and you can have lunch or afternoon tea in the bistro. They even have tiny seats for the dolls.

Stop# 4
The playground: If it stops raining, this is an ideal place to wear out some kid energy. It’s located in the outside area between Dick’s Sporting Goods and the Dining Pavilion.

You’re a dedicated yogi who lives in athletic wear and looking to add to your legging collection…

Stop #1
Lululemon: This is your go-to. Their yoga mats are the best around and you can snag some complimentary kombucha.

Stop #2
Origins: Going all natural most of the time means you need good skincare products. Origins’ are cruelty-free and formulated without toxic chemicals.

You’re a total bank bro and not ashamed of it. You need clothes that live up to your reputation…

Stop #1
Neiman Marcus: They offer a high-end selection of men’s workwear and you can pick up those Gucci loafers you’ve been eyeing.

Stop #2
Vineyard Vines: Every finance guy needs stylish weekend threads and VV is perfect for those days you take the boat out on Lake Norman.

Stop #3
The Art of Shaving: Nothing is more relaxing than a straight razor shave from one of their master barbers. We’re talking hot towels and essential oils.

You’re an Instagram obsessed millennial searching for a perfect brewery ensemble…

Stop #1
Nordstrom: Hit up the Topshop area upstairs for some inexpensive (but still v trendy) options.

Stop #2
Urban Outfitters: Tap into your cool girl vibes and find the perfect distressed denim jacket. You will be the envy of everyone at Sycamore.

Stop #3
Altar’d State: Rompers abound.

Have someone shop for you.

Whether you need help shopping for gifts or need help finding the perfect outfit for this year’s holiday party, SouthPark has a personal shopper, Suzanne Libfraind, who can get the job done.

Your first three hours are completely complimentary and all you have to do is schedule an appointment.

You can contact Suzanne at or 919-270-0250.

Stores like Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, J.Crew and Anthropologie also offer personal stylists who can help you find fresh attire.

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Happy shopping. Find the full SouthPark store directory here.

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