At CuPcAkE! & other things you bake’s icing bar, master pastry chef and owner Stephanie Fields empowers sweet-toothed guests to take control of dessert time as they embellish their own oven-fresh treats with creamy fillings, frostings, and colorful toppings. In addition to the DIY icing bar, Stephanie also offers cake-decorating classes for bakers of all ages. Students learn to pipe out simple designs in introductory classes, while more advanced classes equip students to construct multitiered cakes sturdy enough to withstand bridesmaid stampedes. Those content to savor their dessert without participating in its creation can order custom cakes or nibble on baked treats in the store amid live music on Fridays and Saturdays.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 11?25
Parking: No parking
Most popular offering: Home remodel services
Justin Rhea, owner of Rhea Contracting, loves being his own boss. That's because he's able to build relationships with customers as he repairs, paints, and remodels their homes. It allows him to offer his highest quality of craftsmanship to each client, a level of work which has earned him some priceless reactions. "One customer screamed when she saw her kitchen," he recalls fondly.
Few things have shaped America's history more than the railroads, so it's appropriate that a museum now resides at the historic crossroads where the Memphis & Charleston and the Mobile & Ohio railroads meet. Back in the 1860s, those railroads gave Corinth a strategic significance that made it a transportation hub during the Civil War. Today, they serve as the framing device for The Crossroads Museum, which is home to countless artifacts that help illustrate Northern Mississippi's colorful history.
The museum?s collection is nothing if not eclectic. Here, you'll find everything from Native American fossils to baseball memorabilia that honors famed ballplayer Don Blasingame, who was born and raised in Corinth. The museum also houses the legendary Dilworth?s Hot Tamales Cart.
Tennessee State Park Restaurants has eight eateries under its umbrella, all of which can be found in scenic locales sprinkled across the state. Park-goers can take a load off after a long day of hiking and sightseeing to dig into different specialties. Each spot offers a unique menu?Cumberland Mountain specializes in catfish on Fridays, whereas Pickwick Landing combines Southern cuisine with views of the water.