Niche is a spot where you can relax with friends old and new. We promote a "snob free" atmosphere and pride ourselves on not going along with the mainstream!
Coming to Niche is like hanging out at at your best friends house except you don't have to clean up after yourself! We have a warm fireplace,
Through every step of its manufacturing process, the family-owned Wilkerson Farms goes the extra mile to produce flavorful, all-natural cuts of beef. Its Black Angus cattle lazily loll among grassy pastures and freely roam for grass, hay, and fresh water year-round, taking in the fields’ creeping winter fogs, crisp spring rains, and symphonic summer cricket concerts. Cows are further fattened by a diet of animal-protein-free feed that includes zero additives, resulting in beef that’s free of antibiotics, added growth hormones, steroids, or implants. Before processing, cows are fed grain as a finishing ration, which sculpts the beef with taste, texture, and marbling. Lastly, Wilkerson’s butchers dry-age beef 14 days before trimming it, sealing in flavor and tenderness like a laminated Al Green record.
Beneath sunny powder-blue walls and cheery decorations, Bee Mine Kid Consign showcases an eclectic stock of children's and maternity goods. Hangers dangle with consigned apparel for pintsize patrons 0–12 alongside original handmade headbands, quilts, and birth cloths. Maternity dresses garb expectant mothers, and toys, swings, and bouncy seats appease youthful energy. As adults shop, kids can feast eyes on the shop's flat-screen television, frolic amid toys in the play area and play kitchen, or visit the reading area to scour copies of Good Night Moon for grammatical errors.
My Back Porch rewards deal-seekers by stocking gently used garments, accessories, and shoes from well-known brands, all of which undergo a thorough selection process to ensure they're in near-pristine condition. The shop invites leisurely browsing with its cheerful red and yellow walls and bright lighting, which illuminates the Ralph Lauren and Hollister tags peeking from shirt collars and the stitched names of Coach and Vera Bradley emblazoned across purse linings. Glass jewelry counters glint with a collection of earrings and necklaces, and leopard-print chairs face racks of shoes, beckoning guests to sit and ponder which pair of heels would work best for aerating their lawns.