Photo courtesy of The Merchant

What used to be Plum Yoga on Lower Greenville is now a bright space for coffee, books and gifts. The Merchant is now open at 1924 Greenville Ave.

This is the first Dallas location for the Atlanta-based company that started doing business in 2013. The Merchant is unique in that everything in the store is for sale. The vintage furniture, decorations and signage throughout is all priced to move, as are the gifts that rest on top of them. The merchant’s owners scour antique malls near and far to source their vintage furniture, including trips to Round Top, Texas.

The merchant sells Portland’s Stumptown coffee, cold brew cans and novelty drinks as well as pastries from Dallas’ Empire Bakery. There are several tables, free wifi and plugs for those who need a quiet workspace on the busy street.

The Merchant will be open from 8 am to 7 pm Sunday through Thursday, and  8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Photo courtesy of The Merchant

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