Chewier than baseball bats, the cookie is a perfect dessert food. Share the gift of edible holiday heroes with cookie baskets featuring Santa and spouse or Hanukkah-themed edibles. Cookies are a great way to send a message for any occasion, be it a birthday, a time to give thanks, or a Tuesday. Individually decorated cookies begin at $7.50 each, and birthday baskets start at $15.99. Cookies by Design’s lovely and lustful arrangements fulfill all the potential a cookie has from the day it’s planted in the ground as a seed to the day it’s shucked from its stalk.
As a young girl, Chef Kim's love of cooking was born as she watched her aunts and grandmother craft huge family meals. Today, at Chef Kim's Kitchen, she creates meals for customers who don't have the time or the inclination to cook. Before she starts cooking, customers fill out a culinary questionnaire to inform Chef Kim of food sensitivities and preferences. Meals arrive packaged in reusable containers, ready to heat, freeze, or build a fort with, and most are crafted with local and organic ingredients when possible.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular offering: Jewelry, watches, clocks, sales service
Pro Tip: Bring your curiosity and enjoy a FREE coffee or tea while you browse.
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Kinetic Skateboarding outfits athletes with skating gear, shoes, and sportswear from dozens of brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Volcom. Skating gear autographed by professional skaters Dennis Busenitz, Andrew Reynolds, and Chris Cole allows pavement skimmers to forge their favorite athletes' signatures on Mother's Day cards. The shop also stocks brands such as Altamont and Vans Syndicate that distribute products in limited quantities, ensuring that each Kinetic Skateboarding visitor can acquire a distinct aesthetic.
Woolplay offers more than 100 kinds of yarn and easy-to-follow classes for fiber fanatics of all abilities. Classes last around 1.5 hours, and use time far more wisely than 90-minute horror-musicals about action figures. Take a three-class series, such as Learn to Knit, which instructs beginners on casting on, purling, and knitting. Learn to Knit in the Round, a two-class series, spotlights circular and double-pointed needles, which students employ on a hat-making journey. Single-session classes maintain a pointed focus, like a surgical laser or hoop-jumping dolphin. Easy Lace introduces students to a simple lace pattern, which could eventually find its home in a cozy scarf. Fixing Your Mistakes reveals how to correct for human error, a less burdensome task than repairing sloppy mittens knit by parakeets. Some classes require a $10 to $30 materials fee; check the schedule for more details.