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Teresa E wrote a review Oct. 2020
Seattle, Washington9 contributions4 helpful votes
I am all for supporting small and local business, but I will not support a business owner who is an absolutely heinous person and mistreats his customers as the owner of this antique store does. I came into the store wearing a face mask but had it dipped just below my nose to be able to breathe better. The owner noticed and instructed me to cover my nose. Rather than explaining that I had a medical condition, I pulled the face mask up to his satisfaction and then dipped it back down under my nose after I walked around the corner. For the few minutes I was in this store, I maintained well over 6 feet away from any other person, and yet, the owner came and found me again and began to reprimand me. This time, I started to explain that I had a medical condition, but the owner cut me off and told me I had to leave the store, and that if I had a medical condition then I shouldn't be out in public. I informed him that was discrimination and people with medical conditions have every right to be out in public, but I turned and headed toward the exit with him close on my heels (NOT practicing social distancing as I had been). As we neared the exit, he told me to never come back in the store. I told him I had no interest in doing so. Then, just as I was about to walk through the door to leave, he spat out, "Get your fat ass out of here!" Never before in my life have I ever had someone speak to me in such a disgustingly offensive way. I had every right to be in this store, I had been wearing a mask while maintaining proper social distancing, and yet the owner treated me like he had just caught me defecating in the middle of his store. Only a low life piece of garbage excuse for a man speaks to a woman like that. Afterwards, I was so shaken, humiliated, and just felt... violated. I couldn't stop crying as my husband drove us back to Portland with our baby in the backseat. I wish I never went into that store. I will never forget how the owner made me feel. Someone like that doesn't deserve my business or anyone else's.…
Date of experience: October 2020
Ninette B wrote a review Aug. 2020
Rigby, Idaho271 contributions52 helpful votes
If you are young or old and you enjoy history and old things, THIS IS THE PLACE TO VISIT! My teen and I spent HOURS browsing in here. I found some neat old things and some modern stuff. All the vendors do know their prices and there is no haggling, but it sure was a fun stop!
Date of experience: August 2020
Steel wrote a review Aug. 2019
Sunny Valley, Oregon482 contributions27 helpful votes
My husband and I love looking through antique malls, especially ones that carry actual antiques! The Little Antique Mall is awesome, we spent over 3 hours strolling through the store and found some beautiful and rare items. My husband even found a high dive - a large wine bottle with a spout on the bottom - the exact same as we had at parties during our teenage years. There was so much to look at that I am sure if we go back - which I want to - that we could spend another 3 hours and see items that we missed the first time around.…
Date of experience: July 2019
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cabalero54 wrote a review Nov. 2018
Gresham, Oregon33 contributions6 helpful votes
Great place to stroll and find that item you want or need for your home or 2nd home.live music on our vist.nice touch.
Date of experience: November 2018
Ken-Darla-3Jacks wrote a review Aug. 2018
Montrose, Colorado21 contributions13 helpful votes
This store has Good Prices and actual Antiques.. We stop in every time were in town and the inventory is always changing. Great Store.
Date of experience: July 2018