This place is crammed with tons of posters, some framed and some not. There is definitely something for everyone in there! I don't know about the prices, though. The people who work there don't really seem so friendly so I always feel weird walking around and looking.
Kelly's has great fudge and other pastries. Their coffee and drinks are alright, but there are better out there. They are the only coffee shop I know that sells fudge, though, which I think is pretty amazing.
The crepes here are okay. They are a little pricey. There are definitely better crepe places, but the convenience of having it in the Spectrum can be good sometimes.
Typical calendar store! They have a great amount of calendars.. one of the largest selections since it's not just a stand, but an actual store. They have calendars for all occasions (daily, monthly).
Arte is a brighter Metropark. The brands are fancy so the pricetags can be high but everything is unique and very good quality. The sales that they have are pretty good, though.
Blends has a great selection of shoes of unique shoes, from creative recs to oldschool adidas. I really like how they set everything up, the design is great! The prices can be a bit high, but most of their stuff is unique, special edition and hard-to-find.
I love this store! The clothes are trendy and the designs are unique and fashionable. Their clothes are comfortable clothes (tshirts, jackets, etc) and they have clothes for men and women.
The sushi here is pretty good! I would definitely go for the environment. It's very lounge-y. The service is also incredible. They also have a HH special (for $5.50 you get a beer, edamame, and handroll -- great deal!).
Nijiya is probably one of the smaller Japanese markets in the area, but the selection is still great. This one has also been around for a while (since they made the big Yaohan, which is now Mitsuwa). The bakery is also nice.
This market is a typical Japanese market. It's more small than the main Marukai or the Mitsuwa, but it still has a great selection. They don't always has everything I'm looking for that I could find at the bigger Japanese markets, but it's still pretty good. Their food court is small, but the Shinsengumi ramen and Beard Papa are pretty amazing.