Fro-yo and ice cream were in a tug-of-war for ages––until Cocoaberry came along and blasted the competition with a torrent of yogurt flavors and toppings. Inside a shop splashed with a bright blue, green, and magenta color scheme, you can load up on a wide selection flavors and then add toppings ranging from fresh mango and cookie dough to Nutella and mini marshmallows. Cocoaberry also provides options that are completely free of fat, sugar, and yogurt.
The playful toy emporium offers an eclectic collection of imagination-blowing toys, sure to satisfy the toddler or tween on your houseboat. To ensure the next generation carries on the family's entomology legacy, bestow a HexBug (starting at $9.99) upon your over-five-year-old, or keep a flight-prone child grounded with a Kid Galaxy Ripcord Flyer ($15.99), a launchable, flying helicopter. While the store's stock of artsy crafts (starting at $1.99), building blocks (starting at $3.99), dolls (starting at $8.99), and precious fake diamonds will lure your tot into its gooey web of fun, extras such as free arts classes and weekly story time will keep them there. Consult the calendar for further information.
• For $5, you get an eyebrow wax (a $10 value). • For $17, you get a Brazilian wax (a $35 value). Spa maven Shannon White artfully evicts unwanted body hair amid the private, recently renovated confines of Coco Beleza Wax Studio. Wielding hard wax—a less painful alternative to liquid wax and paper strips—Shannon quickly clears stubborn stubble from most clients in 15 minutes or less. The eyebrow wax clears stray follicles from the forehead, sculpting eye adornments into neat arcs or radical lightning bolts. Meanwhile, the Brazilian sheds unfriendly fuzz with full hair removal in the nether regions. Both services render skin as smooth and brilliant as Aristotle's velvet bathrobe, and Brazilianed bits normally stay bare for up to four weeks.
Baby Love offers an eclectic mix of products and services for expectant parents and children ages newborn through 14, with maternity and children’s consignment including clothing, equipment and toys; new gifts, gift baskets, balloons; prenatal, baby & me, and children’s classes; parties, events and more!
the beehive is Atlanta's first designer collective. With over 70 of the region's best handmade and independent designers, the consumer who loves high-end craft and modern design can find something for everyone. Products including jewelry, apparel for the entire family, housewares, bath & body and local food goods.