Exploring English Village!

Welcome to part 2 of my series on the Villages of Mountain Brook with a deep dive into English Village. It may be the smallest of the three, but I promise it packs a punch! She’s quaint, unique, and provides that charming, “Main Street” feel that you crave on a sunny, Saturday afternoon.

Check out part 1 about Crestline Village!


Henhouse Antiques

Henhouse Antiques has been a prominent member of English Village for over twenty years! All of the unique items you find in-store are hand-picked by the store’s owners and are absolutely beautiful. If you’re into gorgeous antiques, you really can’t pass up an opportunity to visit.




Stop by Vino for a glass of wine, try a new dish, or rent out one of their beautiful spaces for your next event (perfect for a rehearsal dinner or bridal shower!). They’re also open for brunch!



Continental Bakery

If you’re like me, you’ve probably experienced the urge to drop everything and take an immediate trip to Europe. Unfortunately, a vacation like that doesn’t always fit into my schedule. But, I can usually swing a quick visit to Continental Bakery, which is basically the same thing!



Key Circle Commons

If you’re in the mood for a good drink, tasty appetizers and the coolest vibes, Key Circle Commons is your place. This classy bar features some of the most beautiful architecture I’ve ever seen, the kindest service and the kind of mood lighting that can make any night feel like an exciting adventure.



Le Weekend

If you’re looking to do a little shopping, stop at Le Weekend and browse their curated collection of high-end designers! Their store was full of fun colors and patterns that would brighten up any closet!




The ultimate in ladies shoes, clothing and accessories. Stop by Monkee’s to experience boutique shopping as it is meant to be – fun and personal!