Shopping & Dining

Shopping in Greencastle is a return to the days before the “big box” stores. Independently owned shops offer personal customer service and friendly atmosphere as you browse for the perfect item that meets your unique need.

There are over 20 storefronts in the downtown area including: clothing, shoes, art, antique, memorabilia, nearly new clothing and accessories, financial, coffee roasters, peanuts, jewelry, eclectic items, and real estate. There are also numerous stores that surround the downtown including: signs, hardware and tool supplies, lumber, paint, flooring, auto parts, drug store, the shops at Antrim Way and urgent care.

We have a vibrant downtown center which is anchored by E.L. M. Department Store and E.L.M. Shoes, The Write Cup, Lucky Girl Vintage, and BB&T Bank.

A brief detour on Carlisle Street brings you to some unique shops including Willow Tree Gifts and Crown Vetch Cottage, a vintage boutique of wonderful treasures for the home. Head north on Baltimore Street and stop in at UV Stems, Inner BeautyThe Jewelry Shop or Joyful Arts Studio.   If you keep heading north on Baltimore, you can stop at B Street 104 for lunch or dinner, or on south Baltimore, stop at  The Highline Restaruant for an elegant farm to table dining experience.  Just two blocks beyond B Street 104 brings you to Chris Johnston’s wonderful store full of treasures at the shop and Alternative Choices, a virtual treasure trove of products to help keep you healthy and happy.

In addition to our downtown area, we have a number of other attractions and businesses that support our local community. As you drive into Greencastle on Route 11, you will be met by a number of great retail shops, businesses and eateries including Antrim Way Honda–which is much more than a beautiful showroom of cars. They boost a wonderful cafe, a walking track, a putting green and a retail gift shop which are all open to the public. Across the street is the ever popular Mikie’s Ice Cream and Green Cow Gift Shop and the new (location) of the John Allison Public House.

Continue north on Route 11 and you will encounter Carl’s Drug Store, one of the oldest running pharmacies in the country! Sunnyway Diner and the newly renovated Sunnyway Foods are across the street and perfect for a bite to eat or to shop for dinner. Turn right at the light on Walter Avenue and visit Lumber Direct, Dice Imaging, Fast Signs and B&B Grooming.



Greencastle is home to a variety of restaurants from Mexican to Chinese cuisine, as well as American and Italian. We have a variety of venues to satisfy every appetite and every palette. Please patronize our members at the following delicious venues:

Sample traditional pub fare at the newly relocated John Allison Public House at 155 South Antrim Way.

B Street 104 serves American fare, offers happy hour, and a variety of appetizers, sandwiches, and delicious dinners. The address is in the name! 104 E. Baltimore Street, one of Greencastle’s most historic buildings.

Home cooking deliciousness at Sunnyway Diner, 140 North Antrim Way will leave you satisfied and longing for ‘mom’s cooking.

Tony’s Pizza at 42 South Antrim Way will make you think you’re in New York City.

Brother’s Pizza, at 50 Pine Drive, offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Mikie’s Ice Cream and Gift Shop is a great place to eat, lick and shop.

Antrim Way Honda isn’t just cars! Stop in at the Cafe for a unique experience.

Vinnie’s on 11 is a great place to dine in or out! With a great selection of traditional Italian or American cuisine, you can dine in, take out, or eat on on their patio adjacent to the restaurant.

Highline Restaurant and Railway Lounge offers a menu inspired by fresh, local ingredients and prepared by a certified culinary chef.



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