Mostly Books is definitely worth a visit if you are passing through. Not a large shop, but there are some interesting things, particularly if you are interested in local history. There is also a nice selection of booklets and ephemera that cover local history and a variety of other topics.
In three words or less, "I wasn't impressed". A limited selection of not very interesting things, and grossly overpriced to boot, given their quality!
Green Oak has more stuff to see than you can shake a stick at! There is an interesting mixture of new, vintage, salvage, antique, and "junque" in a big building with several outbuildings and rustic garden stuff outside, too. The staff are very friendly and helpful, and the prices are reasonable and commensurate with the quality. I can't wait to go back and it is definitely worth the drive!
Baan Thai is authentic Thai served in a small storefront a few doors down from Jo-Ann, so there is plenty of parking. And by authentic, I mean the spice level is native Thai and they no water it down for you American, so be careful! For example, if you ask for something "medium hot" it comes out VERY hot by our round-eyed standards. I have never had a bad meal here and have quickly learned how to order the heat level the way that I want it. Prices are reasonable and service is very good.
This is a very large multi-dealer shop in an old department store and, recently under new ownership, it's a must-see. I now make it a regular stop on my occasional weekend rounds through the local antique shops. This place is so cool, that I've noticed quite a few of the more interesting dealers from other malls bailing out to set up shop here. You can find everything from furniture to smalls to primitive funk and the prices are quite reasonable. A super-fun place to have a look around and chances are quite high that you'll find something you can't live without ;)
...that means "number one" in Japanese. This place fabulous and a delightful find! Not only are the waitresses attentive without being annoying, but the sushi is EXCELLENT, the preparation exceptional, and there are even some unique items on the menu that I have never seen anywhere else. I have haunted some of the best sushi bars in and around Washington DC, and Yokohama here in little ol' Fort Wayne is right at the top of my list!
What a disappointment. The sushi was either tough and chewy (I love beef jerky and I love sushi, but I don't love my sushi like beef jerky!), or it tasted funny. I suspect it was either of questionable provenance, or rather vintage in nature. I would rate it ZERO stars if I could.
Crisfield is funky and very informal, which I love because there is nothing worse than eating too much while wearing pants that won't stretch to accommodate one's expanding belly. Well, you can go into Crisfield with your sweats on. Wear 'em, and go hungry because you will want to eat a LOT. The menu is fairly limited but the seafood is VERY fresh and high quality. Many of the customers are long-time regulars and you'll see cops, lawyers, other characters and maybe even Jimmy Buffett. He must be a big fan too because there are numerous autographed pictures of him on the wall. And save room for some homemade cake, if you can.
Small, but with some very interesting items. Being a small shop, their merchandise tends towards "smalls", such as toys and advertising items. There is always something really interesting in the windows. Alas, they are a bit overpriced.
I have bought a number of things here over the past couple of years and have to say that I think this mall is on a bit of a downward spiral. It's huge, and occupies two floors, so there's a lot to see. If you have not yet visited, it is definitely worth a look. The two problems that I see with this mall -- and they're major, IMO -- is that (1) the inventory rarely changes... I see things in there that were in the same booth two years ago, and the price is still the same... and there isn't much in the way of new stuff coming in. (2) the prices tend to be too high, sometimes ridiculously so. Hello! You would think some of these these dealers would get a clue after two years, and hold a big sale. I guess they would rather display their stuff and pay then rent, than actually move some inventory. (??)