Atlanta >Clothing > Abbadabba's
421 Moreland Ave NE Ste B, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030733.766487 -84.349058
Monday To Saturday From 10:00 AM To 07:30 PM Sunday From 12:00 PM To 06:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Inman Park, Eastside, Eastside
Very Rude Staff!!!! – I was with my family and we were enjoying an inside joke and were laughing. Last time I checked laughing in a store was not considered disruptive behavior. A staff member "shushed" us in a very rude manner claiming we were disturbing a "business call." So then he told us to leave because we weren't buying anything anyway. He clearly showed no regard for pursuing our business. I have never been treated in such a racist manner in my life. After we said that you shouldn't treat your customers in that way, we definitely were not buying anything after being spoken to that way. Another staff member proceeded to say "Act like you've been somewhere." I will never shop there again. What's really sad is that I just recently purchased toms there less than a week ago. I will just take an extra twenty minutes and just go to Neiman Marcus. If I could Rate them zero stars I would. If you value good customer service avoid this store at all cost!!!!
Abbadabba's .... Just As Unique As The name – Located right in the heart of Little Five Points, Abbadabba's is one-stop, hipster shop for the creative crowd. The store’s perspective is extremely diverse, but at times seems to be a bit too far out. Being different doesn’t necessarily mean a product is good, and in all honesty, some of Abadabba’s selections are just plain different. Regardless of the extremities, they have a refreshing display of New Balances, Vans and Saucony sneakers mixed in the mayhem. Also, it must be recognized that Abbadabba’s has one of the most impressive selections of Tom’s shoes (the creative philanthropic company that donates a pair of shoes to a less fortunate African child with every purchase) in the city. It's stores like this that preserve the vibe of Little 5 Points and make Atlanta just that much cooler.
A Complete Trip to L5P – Your trip to Little Five Points is not complete without a stroll through Abbadabba's. This is the first and best store. They have any and shoes for the discerning alternative. Rebellion is the vice of the young and this store is able to capture that in shoes. The management here is what you would expect, alternative. So don't go looking for a Macy's experience but you will find good shoes just by going in.
Original Location Is Best! Teva To Birkenstocks's! Feet Come First! – We love the original location of Abbaddaba's in LF5, founded by our good friend Janice Abernathy. She started out as a sandle shop for hippies, in the late 60's. This location still has the best location and staff. My prized comfort investment, was a pair of Teva Sandals, orgianlly priced at $150, for only $75. Janice has a very large selection of Birkenstocks, also. Avoid the mall traffic, and come to LF5.
Large but choice collection of shoes that are hip and far from prissy. – In Short
The original purveyor of cushy footwear is also one of the coolest collections of shoes for men and women. The cozy atmosphere at Abbadabba's has a lot to do with the engaging sales staff who are more than happy to provide tactful feedback. Leisure shoe manufacturers such as Birkenstock and Clarks are well-represented here, as well as many racks of Doc Martens, M-Sport, Converse and Vans.
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