Many people work in the city and live on the Eastern Shore. The Eastern Shore is full of locally owned businesses that will make you feel like you live in a laid back slow southern city without the hustle and bustle. Downtown Fairhope is packed with an array of businesses that offer style and great food!
In fact join us any first Friday of the month for Art Walk and many will stay open late. After a week of work in the City, enjoy an evening stroll through the shops enjoying delectable food and drinks. Many local artists on display you are bound to see a piece that you can’t leave without. Take a walk through Fairhope’s own French Quarter and enjoy a relaxing lunch at Panini Pete’s. When you live on the Eastern Shore rubbing shoulders with the local residents is a treat, never meeting a stranger they are always full of Southern sweet! For those larger stores you love like Williams and Sonoma, Pottery Barn, and countless others visit the Eastern Shore Centre right next door in the heart of Baldwin County, the city of Spanish Fort. But of course not much compares to the Sunset view on Mobile Bay from the Eastern Shore.
The drive to the city feels so short when you can enjoy your off time in such peace. It is truly a short drive across the bay to a convenient to everything neighborhood, with great schools, good food, and sweet southern solace! So consider working in the city and living on the Eastern Shore.