Publix Super Market at Macland Pointe Shopping Center 1750 Powder Springs Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Publix is an American owned and operated grocery store chain base in Jacksonville, Florida. Founded by George W. Jenkins…More in 1930, Publix has grown to be one of the largest grocers in the Southeast. The store offers fresh meats cut to order, fresh seafood, bakery, deli and the friendliest staff one could find in a grocery store. The in-store pharmacy is open seven days a week.
TJ Nail & Spa 1812 Powder Springs Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Just north of Publix on Powder Springs Road is an all new strip center with a brand new TJ Nail & Spa. It…More specializes in manicures, pedicures, gels, facials, waxing and conditioning treatments.
Oxford Cleaners 1750 Powder Springs Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Oxford Cleaners, located in the Publix center, offers the finest in dry cleaning, laundry alterations, re-weaving and…More more. A convenient drop-off door is available and if it is in by 8am, it is out by 5pm. Alterations are also done quickly.
Cobb West Veterinary Hospital 1770 Powder Springs Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Located in front of Publix and Maclend Crossing Cobb West is there for your animal's needs. Veterinarians offer general…More and emergency pet care services. Some veterinarians offer 24-hour emergency services, call to confirm hours and availability.
The Fifth Nail Bar 2325 Powder Springs Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Just west of Publix on Powder Springs Road one can find The Fifth Nail Bar. Specializing in manicures, pedicures custom…More nail polish gel nails and a whole bunch more. Need a UGA nail polish Fifth Nail can do that.
M&J Home Cooking 1750 Powder Springs Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Who knew that tucked away in this strip center next to Publix was one of the best country buffets in north Georgia. It…More smells so good it has to be tried. The meatloaf with green beans, collard greens, corn and cornbread muffins are the best around.
Le Marche Oriental Market 796 Sandtown Rd SW, Marietta, GA30008 Le Marche offers a large variety of Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Hispanic produce and dry goods at very good…More prices. The store is small and the products are stacked floor to ceiling, but you'd be surprised how much is inside. Not just a specialty store, Le Marche is great for every day shopping since the quality and prices are excellent compared to any grocer. Particularly, if you need an Asian food ingredient (kochujang, fish sauce, fermented vegetables) this store has a much better selection and value than the ethnic section at the local Publix or Kroger. For example, a tiny bag of bean sprouts at Le Marche is priced at about half of the cost Kroger's typical $3 selection.