Two Brothers Wood Works


OPENING VERY SOON! Two Brothers Wood Works is opening their first retail store here in The Market Common. Mark and Adam Landry (the two brothers) share a love for creating. They bring a patience, hard work and timeless craftsmanship to every piece they make. Whether you’re looking for a unique table, live-edge mantle, custom charcuterie board or other handmade items for your home or as a gift, be sure to visit their store.

Two Brothers Wood WorksRecent Reviews

George Larner

4 months ago

My wife and I went to the store to inquire about walking shoes. The front door was open so we assumed it was open for business. The sales clerk was rude and yelled at us saying we are closed! We are closed! She didn't bother to offer any help to us at all. It was 2:30 p.m. Do not reccomend this store! Zero Stars although it shows one star!

Steven Hooper

5 months ago

We really went there to see a movie which is called the Carolina Christmas very good. There was only a couple of shops open when we got there most of them didn't open till noon the most of the restaurants were open we didn't go there.

Robert Woodruff

10 months ago

Google not updated. Place is shut down. Frustrating that all other businesses keep things up to date.

Geoff Crosley

a year ago

Great sale going on now! Bought a pair of sneakers. Very comfortable! Never bought shoes where you step on a mat, it shows your pressure points and arch. Then you get orthotic insert for the shoe. Feels great walking in them, plan on buying more


a year ago

Terrible service. Will NEVER spend my money here. A very good friend of mine went to shop for shoes the other day but was immediately told to leave as soon as he entered the store. He is a Vietnam Vet with a prosthetic leg and uses an ADA APPROVED segway to get around. It's a smaller, more compact and more efficient version of a scooter. I guess the owner is too ignorant to understand that, because he was told he wasn't allowed in the store with the segway. First of all, that's illegal. Second of all, he fought hard for our country, the least you can do is let him shop in peace. But you lost a sale that day and customer forever, so...your loss, bud.

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