American Pressed Bakery’s crew of cookie crafters usher packaged pairs of their signature strooples into the pleading palms and ajar jaws of salivating patrons. Birthed from baker’s scraps in Holland during the 18th century, traditional Dutch stroopwafels wed a pair of crispy, thin waffle cookies with a gooey caramel center. The traveled staff at American Pressed Bakery infuse these tempting treats with worldly flavors and flair, dubbing its reincarnation the stroople. In addition to the original flavor, the bakery concocts a Brazilian coconut stroople, an American chocolate-chip stroople, and an English toffee stroople that is quick to admonish breaches in tea etiquette.
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The talented embroiderers at The Monogram Studio artfully stitch beautiful motifs onto household items, clothing, and office supplies. After dropping off or sending in any item of their choice ($20+ for three-letter monogram, $25+ for names), customers can sport their monikers on terry-cloth robes, or legally claim rights to lost wallets by having their initials professionally sewn into them. Because The Monogram Studio eschews the use of embroidery hoops, each fabric surface remains unsullied from unsightly folds or circles. The studio's online emporium tempts shoppers with sundry items for personalized stitching, such as golf towels ($35), suitable for thoughtful gifting, or quilted saddle pads ($60) for helping horses to remember their riders' initials.
Patrons scoop colorful treats from overflowing bins and inhale the aroma of freshly baked cones at Sweet Teez’s whimsically decorated shop, which earned a Best of Westchester - Editors’ Pick nod from Westchester Magazine in 2011 for its candy buffet. Bag up more than 100 types of bulk candy ($0.70+/oz.), or make a toothy impression on a helping of handcrafted ice cream from Walnut Beach Creamery ($3.75) served in a fresh-baked, made-to-order waffle cone. Chocolate-covered pretzels, popcorn, and fruit satisfy sweet-toothed gourmets, and the shop’s selection of classic and old-fashioned candies cheer nostalgia buffs and disconsolate Jugheads.
Since 1945, Cos Cob TV & Audio has bedecked dens and desktops with an array of electronic goodies and digital delights. An authorized Apple reseller, the gadget sanctuary supplies Mac mavens with a variety of devices at the same prices as the Apple Store with the intimate service and fewer riddle-uttering mall gnomes of a smaller retailer. The petite iPod shuffle ($49.99) makes for bite-sized beat consumption, and the Apple TV ($99.99) delivers downloaded music, movies, and exhilarating C-SPAN reruns straight to television screens. A selection of cases, such as the Speck notebook sleeve ($35.95) and the Speck iPhone case ($35.95), also guards Apple contraptions against debris and damage.