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.

Storefronts in the downtown area include clothing, shoes, antiques, country decor, and gifts, as well as personal services including a barbershop, financial and legal services, physical therapy and insurance. Surrounding downtown you’ll find sign retailers, hardware, lumber and flooring resources, pharmacy and grocery stores.

We have a vibrant downtown center anchored by E.L. M. Department Store and ELM Shoes, State Farm Insurance, Chatty Chameleon, Teal Blossom Boutique and Truist.

Some of Greencastle’s unique shops include The Center of Balance on N. Jefferson St. which offers holistic wellness and artistic gifts, Chris Johnston’s wonderful store full of treasures at the shop, and just next door more treasures at Consign & Collect Co., as well as Lori Hess’ All Things Country, all on East Baltimore St. The Dapper House Barbershop, a trendy, popular destination for men’s cuts & shaves is across the street — just look for the swirling barber’s pole. Just north on Allison St. is Alternative Choices, a virtual treasure trove of products to help keep you healthy.

In addition to our downtown area, we have a number of other attractions and businesses around town that support our local community. Formerly located on E. Baltimore, The Jewelry Shop, now located at 11891 Molly Pitcher Highway, offers custom design and personalized service. Also on Rt. 11, Henry’s Floor Covering’s professionals ready to help you with your next flooring project and the staff at Greencastle Ace Hardware will help you find all you need in paint, plumbing supplies, garden goods and more! North on Rt. 11, find Antrim Way Honda–which is much more than a beautiful showroom of cars — they boast a walking track, a putting green and a 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. Further south, off I-81 Exit 3 is Blaise Alexander Chevrolet.

North on Rt. 11, you’ll find Carl’s Drug Store, one of the oldest running pharmacies in the country! Sunnyway Diner is just across the street and offers home cooking and take-out goodies from their deli. Sixty years young and still going, Sunnyway Foods has a dine-in snack bar and in-store bakery. On Walter Avenue and visit Lumber Direct  and the Armory inside the store for your houseware, hardware, and handgun needs, and at Farmer’s Union Co-op you’ll find all your farm and pet supplies.


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 John Allison Public House at 155 South Antrim Way.

Home cooking deliciousness at Sunnyway Diner, 140 North Antrim Way will leave you satisfied and longing for mom’s cooking, while The Bean & Biscuit on E. Baltimore offers a cozy nook to enjoy a specialty coffee or baked treat.

If you’re hankering for some Mexican fare, Mi Tierra Linda offers traditional Mexican food from appetizers to tacos, tortas, enchiladas, & quesadillas to desserts. Yum!

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.

Located at 2753 Buchanan Trail West, Lizzy’s Restaurant highlights the simplicity of ingredients and producing quality food made from scratch.

Vinnie’s on 11, at 5210 Molly Pitcher Hwy., has a yummy selection of traditional Italian or American cuisine. You can dine in, take out, or eat out on their patio adjacent to the restaurant.

Download a brochure of local eateries in Greencastle here.