Valdosta Main Street Hosts First-Ever "Brunch and Browse" Event

Valdosta Main Street is holding its first “Brunch and Browse” shopping and sampling event on Small Business Saturday! The event will be held on November 30, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Guests are invited to visit ten “brunch” locations throughout downtown Valdosta and sample featured menu items, while “browsing” local shops and boutiques where they can fill up a reusable shopping tote!

“We are excited to offer this event as part of Small Business Saturday in Downtown Valdosta. It is so important to remember to shop local during the holiday season and we can’t think of a more enjoyable way to shop local than participating in Brunch and Browse,” said Main Street Director Ellen Hill.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the Valdosta Main Street Office at 300 N Lee Street, or online at Once your ticket has been purchased, you do not need anything further, your name will be on a will-call list. With the purchase of a ticket, you will receive a swag bag, a complimentary mimosa, brunch bites in each stop and exclusive discounts/passes for that day! All of the proceeds from the brunch and browse event will go towards funding more events and improvements in Downtown Valdosta in 2020.

Participants may begin the event at the welcome station set up at Jessie's Restaurant on Ashley Street. At the Welcome Station, you will check-in, get a swag bag and pick up a mimosa to head out on your adventure

Participating Merchants:

  • Whimsy Salon
  • Kaleidoscope
  • Jessie’s
  • Livi & Co.
  • Chez What
  • Cottonwood Market & Boutique
  • Perfectly Priscilla
  • The Flower Gallery
  • Stogies Downtown
  • Southern Grace Gifts 

Small Business Saturday:

Small Business Saturday is a concept that was branded by American Express and launched as a national campaign in 2010. The shopping holiday falls each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, serving as a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The initiative encourages shoppers to support small and local businesses during the holiday shopping season.