Casual Marketplace caters to the furnishing-fixated with distinctive pieces suitable for a medley of styles and tastes. A sizable selection of tableware ($3–$29) brings elegance to everyday dinners and a sense of danger to indoor frisbee-golf tournaments, and silk flowers ($15–$199) add lasting beauty to the vases that hold them. Those looking to add light to rooms without subletting the sun may invest in a lamp ($29–$349), available in shapes chic, sleek, and rounded. Backyard accouterments such as outdoor rugs ($129–$499) and pillows ($39–$149) add colors and textures to nature's grassy breakfast nooks.
We are a family owned retail business speciaiizing in the delivery of a variety of specialty soils, mulch and grass seed. We accept personal and business checks, cash, and all major credit cards. Our office is located in Hockessin, De., right behind Hockessin Corner.
Since 1980, the expert butchers at Doc’s Meat Market have populated plates and stuffed sandwiches with an assortment of masterfully marinated beef and chicken, fresh-cut fish, and smoked deli meats. Chicken kebabs ($7.99 each) dip into a glaze of house-made Italian marinade and await their fiery fate, and tender flank steak ($12.99/lb.) guzzles down a beer marinade, hindering its ability to sing the alphabet backward. In addition to turf treats, Doc’s reels in cuts of fresh salmon ($15.99/lb.), orange roughy ($11.99/lb.), and ahi tuna ($10.99/lb.). Anyone looking to stockpile their protein can fill a freezer or secret Arctic cave system with individually wrapped meat cuts, all of which are held to high quality standards, with selections including Prime Western beef and fresh domestic lamb. Doc’s butchering bunch always works with customers to ensure proper preparation and cooking techniques for each cut of meat and fish.
Garnering Delaware Today magazine's Best of Delaware award for Best Bargain Shopping Upstate, Designer Consigner owner Michelle Scott-Costa collects a diverse assortment of women’s apparel and accessories. Inventory includes items that initially graced the display cases of high-end designers such as Banana Republic, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Gucci, among others. Of the gently used garments brought in by her 1,200 consigners, Michelle accepts only clean, designer items free of stains and werewolf-claw marks.
As one of the largest authorized retailers for AT&T, Mobile Communications equips conversers with phones, accessories, and services to fit various lifestyles. Requiring a two-year agreement for activation and upgrades, the impressive phones—including GoPhones, data phones, smartphones, and 4G phones—assure that talk meets its technological match. Smartphones, including the Samsung Captivate ($99), impersonate small computers with 16 gigabytes of memory, a keyboard touchscreen, and that new microprocessor smell. Built from recycled plastics, the Samsung Evergreen supports MP3 files and graces fingertips with a qwerty keyboard ($69.99). For more advanced technophiles, the 4G Motorola Atrix's 4-inch screen displays crisp videos powered by a dual-core 1-gigahertz processor ($199.99), and the 4G HTC Inspire runs on the Android 2.2 operating system and records videos in 720 high definition ($99.99).
When patrons step up to the self-serve pumps at Berri Yummi, they fill their cups with the tongue-titillating frozen yogurt flavors that earned the title Best Desserts in Delaware Today’s 2012 Best of Delaware. Though it changes daily, the selection often includes flavors such as peanut butter, white chocolate, and mango, many of which are certified kosher and all of which are high in protein, calcium, and live cultures. Diners are charged by weight, not by flavor, so they can mix as many varieties as they’d like before sprinkling them with any of the 26 toppings. If the endless options overwhelm patrons, they can call their parents for advice in the VIP room or refer to a list of some of Berri Yummi’s tried-and-true favorite combinations.