What Gluten Free Things lacks in, well, gluten, they make up for in camaraderie with their customers: The bakery knows it can be hard for anyone on a gluten-free diet to find the foods they want to eat, so the store often collaborates with other gluten-free food producers to make sure that customers know about a wide variety of locally available gluten-free foods and beverages.
That’s just in addition to the wide variety of gluten-free fare that Gluten Free Things has on its own. Like the most successful dating sites, GFT has both an online catalogue and a retail shop. They sell a selection of breads includes everything from crispy garlic crostini to soft, fresh bagels. Among the many sweets, they offer muffin bars and cookie squares in five flavors, including double chocolate brownie. There’s even a variety of ready-to-bake items are available, such as 2-pound tubs of cookie dough, balls of pizza dough, and take-and-bake pizzas.
Neon-blue lights illuminate Clutch Gaming Arena, where 50 gaming PCs and five Xbox 360 stations await eager players. Gamers can choose from more than 300 games, matched with a huge variety of energy drinks, nonalcoholic beverages, and snacks. After a day racing in Ducati World Championship or blasting newbs in Call of Duty: Black Ops II, patrons have the chance to play the spectator; the facility broadcasts national and international tournaments on a massive projector. When it's time to get back in control, gamers can take part in Clutch's own casted, cash-prize tournaments for popular games such as League of Legends and StarCraft II.
Timberline Gardens peddles a multitude of necessities and accessories for gardeners and their plants, from fertilizers to seeds to pottery. Bulk material such as planters mix, sand, and gravel transform whole backyards into oversize flower beds, which gardeners can fill with the nursery’s more than 2,400 plant varieties. Flora and fauna native to the Denver area share display space with xeriscape plants, which require significantly less water and significantly fewer birthday parties than their needier counterparts. Timberline’s dedicated, knowledgeable staff can help customers navigate the shrubbery-hugged aisles filled with organic fertilizers and seeds, or lead them in informative classes that make it easier to use herbage for nutritional or decorative purposes.
The owners of the Ace Hardware locations in Lakewood and Arvada stock locals' workbenches with a wide variety goods and tools that assist with home, garden, and automotive improvements. More than 50,000 items greet DIYers in such departments as electrical, cleaning supplies, and outdoor patio. While customers peruse the array of handy offerings, each store's clerks stand ready to offer hardware recommendations, help with design ideas, and field questions about turning a deck into a petting zoo.
Twice As Nice Kids transitions children from one stage of childhood to the next with a 2,500-square-foot arsenal of kids' apparel, books, puzzles, and toys. Shoes up to kids' size 4 and boys' and girls' clothing up to size 16 accommodate growing children. New mothers can take home highchairs to teach infants the value of table manners and bouncers to teach them the fundamentals of physics.