An eclectic gift boutique, The Picture Show boasts a constantly changing stock of everything from handmade jewelry and stationery to distinctive kitchenware. Shoppers can design their own necklaces with a choice of initial, quote, or found-object charms ($12.95) on a metallic cord ($6.95) or pick up a Swan Creek soy candle scented with pumpkin and caramel ($15.95) to cast a warm glow in kitchens, bedrooms, and underground bowling alleys. Handmade, beaded kitchen utensils ($16.95+) complement blossom-adorned Tervis tumblers ($11.50+), which come with a lifetime warranty guaranteeing they will not break or run away to join the circus.
We are the area's largest RV Surplus Outlet that sells new RV Furniture, and absolutely EVERYTHING RV! Visit us in person and explore two buildings full of inventory or check out our on-line store www.factoryrvsurplus.com We work out of three buildings and have a huge inventory on-hand for fast shipments
A lifelong sewer, Jackie has been perfecting her teaching method for 24 years, hoping to pass on her passion for stitching to new craftsmen. Inside her boutique in Granger, she teaches classes to students aged 6 and up, careful to tailor lessons to each student's pace. Over the course of her eight-class series, she guides pupils' hands as they stitch together several finished projects, such as pillowcases, aprons, and eyeball warmers. Jackie's boutique also houses a plethora of fabrics and sewing necessities for students or learned sewers.
Over the past 31 years, Macri's Deli at Villa Macri Ristorante has perfected a menu of authentic Italian fare, including decadent sandwiches, gyros, and pizzas, paired with an extensive list of imported wines and martinis. Share a double serving of Italian meats and cheeses in the antipasto for two plate ($14), or bite into crispy stuffed mozzarella sticks to unleash plumes of rich mozzarella that whet appetites with each bite ($8). The favorite Old Chicago sandwich—stuffed with roast beef, Italian sausage, mozzarella, grilled green peppers, and paired with a side of au jus—leads a consortium of 20 handheld morsels, including a veggie pita ($8), a philly steak ($8), and a Reuben ($8). Fingers can tear into a crispy 16-inch pizza festooned in a choice of two toppings ($16) as forks dive tines first into grilled mahi mahi ($17). To appease their insatiable hunger for folded napkins, kids 12 and younger eat for free on Tuesday.