Richmond native Marc Goswick enjoys antiquing, gardening, and cooking - especially
using recipes handed down from his grandmother and mother.
After a eight years in the U.S. Air force, Marc began a career in the food service
business. He enjoys coming up with new dishes and baked goods for the Tea Room and
bakery at Feathernesters, including the shop’s signature Buttermilk Pie which was
featured on an episode of Al Roker’s “Roker On The Road” show on the Food Network.
Marc also enjoys painting and refurbishing many of the vintage finds Feathernesters
are known for
Tony Turner holds a Fine Arts and Design degree from V.C.U., and enjoys antiquing
and crafting with vintage materials and ephemera.
In 1995, Tony started Huckleberries - a home and garden shop on Lakeside Avenue which
has since closed. In 2004 he along with partner Marc opened Feathernesters across
the street in a much larger location.
Tony handles the retail and design end of the business and enjoys creating merchandise
displays and designing room setting vignettes, as well as painting vintage furniture
and buying merchandise for the store. He also teaches decorating and crafting workshops
throughout the year.
HOME LUNCH TEA SUNDAY BRUNCH PLAN A SHOWER EVENTS CALENDAR
We are located at 6118 Lakeside Avenue in the Lakeside Towne Center, just a block
south of the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.
From the North, take I-95 south to exit 83B. Follow the signs to Lewis Ginter Botanical
Garden but come past them and through the light. We are just on the left right across
from the Fire Station #5.
From the South, take I-95 north to exit 80. Turn right at the yield sign and right
again at the stop sign. Continue about 1 mile, and you will find us on your left,
just across from the Fire Station #5.