Arcadia Florida has been voted the best antiquing town in all of Florida by Florida Monthly Magazine. This Central West Florida town boasts more than 20 antique shops in a four block radius and a sizable antique fair on the fourth Saturday of every month (except December, when it is the third Saturday). If you take antiquing seriously, consider booking a room in an Arcadia, Florida, Bed and Breakfast. You’ll have the time of your life.
A Few of Arcadia’s Antique Shops:
- Animals on Art – original 19th and 20th century animal art
- Alley Cats – eight dealers in three rooms offer a variety of antiques
- J&R Antiques – vintage jewelry, art pottery, nippon and carnival glass
- Maddys Antiques – country and primitive antiques
- Treasure Alley – some truly unique treasures
- Antiques on Oak – furniture, lighting, and more
- Copperfish Books – rare, old, and out-of-print books
- Tokens of Tyme – china, coins, postcards, Arizona artifacts
- Appleberries Country Store – handcrafted Amish items
Antiquing is serious (and seriously fun) business, and it never fails to inspire an appetite. Arcadia has several good dining options available:
- THE DELI on Oak Street is a great no-nonsense spot to enjoy a sandwich while out antiquing; or pick up a sweet treat to share back at your Arcadia, Florida, Bed and Breakfast.
- Mary Margaret’s Tea and Biscuit serves tasty soups, salads and sandwiches in an elegant, Victorian-era setting.
- Wheeler’s Cafe will woo you with amazing fried chicken and pie.
- The Taste of Italy has yummy pizza pies.
Arcadia, Florida, is small town America at its best. It has a vital downtown area filled with unique, locally-owned businesses. Come stay in an Arcadia Florida Bed and Breakfast and take a look.