This little store is quite possibly one of the coolest places I've ever seen. The shelves wind back and around, up a set of stairs and into an old train car, which is filled with books.
The store also features a program where you can donate used books to the store in return for in-store credit, and another program where each purchase of a certain amount earns you punches on your card.
Fair warning-the owner allows her darling cats to wander about the store, so if you're allergic, this is not the place for you.
The books here are well-organized into sections by type, making them easy to find, and there is quite a variety of them.
All of the books I've seen there have been well-priced, saving me money, which is always a good thing with my book obsession. I highly recommend this place to any book lover.
I got a cake for my high school graduation party from Arnie's, and it was a HUGE hit. The bakery woman was very helpful, showing me older cake examples when I couldn't quite find what I wanted, and the cake that we got (chocolate, with a dragon spewing flames on it) was absolutely delicious.
Minados is not your typical Japanese buffet. The buffet is kept clean and organized, and the food was kept warm, and in some cases--like that of the sushi--made while you watched. Everyone in the family found something they liked for very good prices.
The Melting Pot is an adorable little fondue place with really good food. Although many think of it as a pricey or higher-end place, many of the dishes can be shared with a group for a reasonable price per person.
Also good here are the desserts. You can be sure that any trip here will be a very enjoyable experience.
O'Charley's is a nice restaurant with a nice, quiet atmosphere that always seems warm and inviting. The staff is friendly and kind, and very helpful with recommendations.
It's very kid-friendly, and has a wide menu for the children of the family while not kid-centric.
The food is very good, especially the Chicken O'Tenders, which are a spin-off of the good old chicken fingers most of us had as children, yet manages to retain its status as an adult meal.
Prices are reasonable, although there are a few higher-end meals for those willing to splurge a little.
The food was very good, and I had no complaints about that, but had to wait quite a while for takeout past when they told me to be there. However, once I got the food, it was delicious.
All of the food that I've had here has been delicious, especially the breadsticks, which are a MUST have if you're going to eat here.
The staff are friendly and helpful, and accommodating to large groups if you phone ahead, making this a wonderful place for team dinners and larger groups of people.
I immediately fell in love with this place the moment I stepped in. Every nook and cranny of this place is filled with cool nick-knacks and interesting things.
The store has clothing, statuettes, jewelry, just about anything you could imagine. The prices are a little high, but definitely worth it, as everything is high quality.
The store has a variety of things of varying ages. I personally found some cute older jewelry that I've enjoyed wearing, and everything I've bought there has been good quality.
Prices are good and cheap, you definitely get more than you pay for. It has a lot of different things--music, books, dishes, clothes, jewelry, and much more.