Outdoor Chef furnishes barbecue gear for backyard cooking, with a variety of goods ranging from grills to spices. A selection of natural-gas and charcoal grills gives fiery open-flame artistes a canvas to work on, and assorted smokers can help relinquish slow-cooked flavors or signal neighbors about rival clans raiding their gardens. Tong-wielding meat slingers can spruce up roasts by taking home myriad sauces and seasonings, including Outdoor Chef's own brand of spices, which makes poultry pop and burgers tick-tick-boom with flavor ($3.39+). After stocking up on pantry stuffers, open-pit pros can arm themselves for grilling success with knives, thermometers, wood chips, and other accessories ($1.99+), or pick up a book to learn recipes and helpful cooking tips.
Mother May I casts a creative spell on households with uncommon accessories and distinct decorations, ranging from cowhides to crystals. Assert support of a local football team with a set of Bentley Texas Tech glasses ($6.43) or renounce support by emphatically shattering them on the driveway. A selection of Flaunt wristlet purses ($31.99) carries cell phones and small wallets, while a larger weekend tote ($127.55) carries cell phones, larger wallets, and sets of medical encyclopedias. Aprons ($25.49) help keep clothes clean during all manner of home-improvement projects.
Since equipping the world with its first wood-slat recliner in 1928, La-Z-Boy has branded itself as a well-known producer of high-quality furniture, including their signature recliner, loveseats, ottomans, upholstered sofas, accent tables, and much more. The Urbana oval end table ($249 and up) is genetically engineered to keep junk mail off the ground and blocks the couch's attempts to stretch out into the hall. A host of recliners, sofas, sectionals, the demi stationary chair and sleepers are also waiting to invade homes with their tasteful presence.
Since 1917, Sutherlands has fostered fetching homes and lavish lawns with a multitude of garden necessities, construction supplies, and more. A helping of sustainable Vortex potting soil ($9.99) in an ornate Monteverde rust planter ($16.99) aids newly adopted rose bushes ($7.99 each) in achieving dreams of growing into majestic redwoods. Green Max Southern Lawn Fertilizer ($18.99) and GrubEx bug killer ($18.99) sustain and safeguard surrounding grass, and the Bond three-piece pruning combo set ($14.99) and Corona 10-foot tree pruner ($38.99) keep outdoor adornment from sprouting hazardous overgrowth or unsightly dreadlock hairstyles.
For anyone who loved waking up to a big bowl of cereal and Saturday morning cartoons, Serios for Cereal is a dream come true. This coffee house with a twist provides a relaxing atmosphere with local art, music, and free WiFi, but instead of coffee, they specialize in cereal. The menu lists 50 name brand cereals along with five specialty and hot cereals. Patrons can also pick organic, vegan, and gluten-free options and add a touch of individuality with a choice of 30 toppings including gummy bears, apple slices, and blackberries. For the truly innovative, Serios for Cereal lets imaginations roam free, creating editable artworks such as Fruit Loop-topped muffins and Pop-Tarts drizzled with chocolate swirls in the shape of Starry Night.
The perfumers at Scents N Lotions, who founded the shop in 1992, stimulate olfactory senses with more than 400 designer-inspired perfumes, colognes, and shower gels. The scents re-create original designer fragrances at a fraction of the price, leaving guests with additional funds to spend on cloning goldfish. Each scent is blended with 25% perfume oil concentrate in order to faithfully reproduce the original fragrance. The shop's aromas are also available as bath and body oils, scented shaving gels, and scratch 'n' sniff lottery tickets.