Brewing up a bevy of coffees, teas, and espressos, Ice House is an ideal hangout for caffeine freaks and chamomile junkies alike. To suit traditionalist sensibilities, stick to the basic coffees ($1.50–$2) or café lattes ($2.95–$3.70), and for more daring drink desires, sample from Ice House's variety of creative concoctions. Try a self-explanatory raspberry white-chocolate mocha ($3.20–$4.20) or the grasshopper frappe, a refreshing blend of espresso, mint, and vanilla, topped with whipped cream and imitation grasshoppers made from real crickets ($3.95–$4.45).
J. Lee Home Decor inspires shoppers with modern and vintage decorative home accents and one-of-a-kind gift ideas. The boutique's exposed brick walls accommodate a slew of specialty items perched on stylish shelves, displayed in baskets, and asleep on tables throughout the interior. Enhance a home's scent and vibe with candles ($24.50), a mantle clock ($18.99), or an 8"x10" picture frame ($34.99), which safely imprisons even the most fleeting memories. Pretty up permanent partitions with wall art ($27.95), which can double as a fancy TV tray, or browse the store for table runners ($35.95), rugs, pillows, and various accessories for children and pets. Gift registry and premade or custom gift baskets are also available to help you meet your weekly gift-giving quota.
The Basket Case's stylish carriers brim with coordinated goodies and creative flourishes, prepackaged for portable generosity. Offerings include the Bird Bath Basket, with aviary-themed wrapping ensconcing human soaps ($30), and The Make Mine a Martini! basket, loaded with a shaker, two martini glasses, recipe book, cocktail napkins, and other drink-themed treats to celebrate promotions and toast cosmopolitan barn raisings ($40). Gift a strong survivor with the Hope Basket, stuffed with encouraging trinkets adorned with the pink breast-cancer-awareness ribbon, wild-rose pink body lotion, and a box of truffles ($45). Packers fans will relish a Lombardi's Basket, which pays tribute to the former coach by huddling together a book penned by the son of the mayor of Titletown, a bottle of Yankee Candle spiced-pumpkin hand sanitizer, and a rain poncho to stay confetti-free during championship parades or when opening a three-hole punch in a windstorm ($50).
At JaJora Olive Oil Company, it?s not unusual to sample an olive oil whose olives were plucked from the vine recently. It?s a sign of JaJora?s mission to infuse local meals and pantries with only the highest quality gourmet oils and vinegars. The store?s oil experts source extra-virgin olive oils and ship in balsamic vinegars from Italy?s Emilia-Romagna region, the birthplace of balsamic vinegar. Oils and vinegars are then stored in stainless-steel fustis and bottled to order.
At the oil-and-vinegar bar, customers can savor tastings of more than 45 varieties of organic, herb-infused, and fruit-infused extra-virgin oils and vinegars. In addition to offering samples, staff members are also happy to suggest flavor pairings and recipes. Additionally, they can direct customers toward their other gourmet foods, such as chutneys and tapenades, as well as olive-oil-based beauty products.
The artisan jewelers of Bejeweled Images Fine Jewelry craft gold and silver [pieces](http://www.bejeweledimages.com/jewelry.html adorned with crystalline diamonds and gemstones. The staff work to repair existing jewelry, and forge knotted gold rings and delicately dangling necklaces, each littered with handpicked topaz and garnet that bestow bodies with graceful, elegant lines and the power to control the elements. The shop’s certified goldsmith and silversmith, who boasts more than 22 years of experience, employs wax-molds to handcraft custom rings inlaid with hand picked opal or diamonds. A variety of pottery, photographs, and paintings, and clocks rounds out Bejeweled’s selection.
Crafted with natural, soothing ingredients such as SLS-free soaps and fragrant essential oils, JaJora Spa's lineup of bath, body, and facial products are made with both beauty and relaxation in mind. The craftspeople behind these products make colorful, prettily packaged artisanal soaps with 100% natural ingredients, including coconut oil, olive oil based butter, and grass clippings. Other mineral-based products include facial toners and cleansers, which keep skin fresh and bright while delivering a dose of minerals as beneficial as a football helmet would be to a pro boxer.