The Cleveland Women's show is an annual event designed for females of the feminine persuasion and packed with fashion, makeup demonstrations, gourmet edibles, and more. Your tickets grant you and a pal access to a multitude of events, including a bevy of show exhibiters, plenty of shopping, and a myriad of demonstrations and seminars. Meet E! News anchor Giuliana Rancic, or discretely follow other celebrity guests, such as Valerie Mayen of Project Runway, during one of the runway fashion shows on the Fashion stage. Swing by the Spotlight stage for home makeover tips and suggestions on how to cut grocery bills in half, or stop by the "Do It Herself" stage for hints on how to perk up walls with faux-painting techniques. Head over to the Cooking stage for quick and easy classes, such as Cooking Without Sugar and Wine and Food 101. The first 100 guests each day will also receive gift bags and extra swag, and over the weekend, you can sign up to win one of several prizes, such as a Balenciaga weekender bag, a professional landscape lighting installation, and a getaway to Panama City Beach, Florida.
Supplying contractors and do-it-yourselfers for almost nine decades, the family-owned Little Hardware Company stocks a complete selection of high-quality tools, hardware, and hard-to-find items. Customers can protect fingers from jobsite hazards, home-remodeling incidents, and roving gangs of manicurists with a wealth of insulated and regular gloves ($0.99–$36.99). Carve manifestoes into tree trunks with an assortment of pocket knives ($6.99+) such as the Kershaw Oso Sweet model ($23.89), or complete toolboxes with Little Hardware's full line of Irwin vise grips ($5.99–$44.79). Timberland boots enclose feet in stylish comfort ($85.49–$99.99), and power tools from DeWalt, Bosch, Makita, Milwaukee, and Festool supply wielders with more might than the enchanted screwdriver King Arthur used to install Camelot's spice racks.
Though there are thousands of flavor combinations of frozen yogurt at CherryBerry, there are thousands of new ones every day. That's because the staff regularly swaps in new flavor options from their more than 50 flavors of frozen yogurt. One day might see butter toffee popcorn alongside honey vanilla greek frozen yogurt, and another day might see pomegranate energy with snickerdoodle cookie dough.
These flavors pair with the more than 50 toppings at the toppings bar, which features healthy cuts of fresh fruit and nuts alongside more decadent items such as candy and chocolate-dipped dollar bills. No matter what ingredients are put on top, the base of frozen yogurt is always healthy because of its three strains of probiotics and all of the yogurts' non- or low-fat recipes. The shop even carries options for dietary restrictions, such as those looking for nondairy, gluten-free, and kosher desserts.
There’s little else that people would rather answer the door for than cupcakes. Simple as Cake’s online cake-and-cupcake dispensary bakes from-scratch treats to order and delivers them for free within Charlotte. Colorful sprinkles tumble onto bright pink frosting, creating the top half of vanilla cupcakes, while a strawberry center lurks below the fresh strawberry topping of the strawberry-shortcake cupcake. For a larger treat, 8-inch layer cakes reveal flavors of chocolate, white-chocolate raspberry, or black forest, and cheesecakes hoist walls of whipped cream to trap pools of maraschino cherries. Available in single or multiple layers, custom cakes create delicate, frosted memories for a wedding, baby shower, or Take Your Cake to Work day.
Each morning at City Deli & Bagel Company is like Christmas?if Santa filled stockings to the brim with piping hot stew, that is. In the restaurant's kitchen, chefs mix and cook soups that change daily, which may include cream of potato, minestrone, or beef vegetable. They also assemble different wraps and sandwiches, and accompany it all with a selection of fresh desserts, such as cakes and cannoli. Of course, one thing is always present on the day's menu: plenty of fresh bagels.
Every week, the Savory Spice Shop location in Charlotte receives fresh products to stock more than 500 different items in their store. And that freshness ensures vivid aromas and flavors. There's something in the shop for virtually every palate: Italian black truffle sea salt, Hungarian sweet paprika, and fiery ground ghost pepper, just to name a few, available in increments from as little as half an ounce up to a pound or more. The owners make it a priority to keep prices comparable to a grocery store. In addition to the wide selection of herbs, spices, meat rubs, extracts, and blends, Savory Spice Shop also carries cookbooks, gift boxes, and giftcards, with shipping available.