If you need anything for sports, camping, or boating--they've probably got it. Even if you don't need anything, walking through their store will mkae you think of lots of things you could need.
A really wonderful, unique place. The food is wonderful. On my birthday, we got the Bananas Foster--which the chef came out and made in front of us--setting it on fire and everything. It was a great show and then amazing to eat.
They have some really uniqe artwork. The stuff with glass is the most unique and beautiful. Most of it is out of our price range but we enjoy looking.
Burgerville has great stuff. Burgers, fries, onion rings, shakes...and they use local produce to produce many of their masterpieces. You have got to try this place--and they need to build one in Eugene.
They pile on the toppings at Papa's Pizza. They are kind of spendy and the crust is not that great-but they the stuff on top of the crusty is pretty tasty.
They have great pepperoni pizza and they are generous with the toppings. The pizzas are big and most of the places have a small arcade that our kids love--even though they are too young to know that you are supposed to put money in the machines.
They helped us pick paint for our house and we've gone back to see what they have in terms of faux paint techniques. The folks there are nice and knowledgeable.
I know several folks that love Big Town Hero. Perhaps I was expecting too much. It was a decent sandwich but nothing to write home about. I prefer Quizno's.
Going to a store to buy music seems to be a dying thing, but CD World does have a wide selection of different music to choose from and the folks there are very helpful at finding the right music for you.
I was pretty pumped up to try Cafe Yumm but walked away a little disappointed. The bowl I got was good the first few bites but I tired quickly of it. Most of the ingredients had very similar textures and I felt I needed something to break it up a little bit.