Devo Olive Oil Co. is a gourmet emporium with over 50 varieties of the freshest, cold pressed extra virgin olive oils from across the globe, balsamic vinegars from Modena, Italy, and nearly two dozen hand made all-natural pastas. Come visit either of our tasting rooms for inspiration for your next signature dish!
With a passion for perfumery that began with the possession of a Barbie Perfume Maker at the age of 6, the owner of Ophelia’s Apothecary translated her life-long dreams into reality with the creation of her line of all-natural scents and made-from-scratch toiletries crafted without the use of sulfates and parabens. Vintage mirrors, a well-loved gramophone, and jars filled with herb sprigs line the walls of the creamy-pink shop, creating an elegant atmosphere wherein clients may breathe in the aromatic scents of lotions and perfumes, try on mineral makeup to find hues that their suit skin tone, or refill supplies before prospector audit week. Carefully wired mason jars hang from an antique ladder, with the clear glass showcasing the apothecary’s variety of all-natural shea-butter lip balms and portable containers of whipped body butter. Twinkling chandeliers shed light over the array of jar-bound toiletries, each separated by type and scent for stress-free perusal without the complicated Dewey decimal system.
Awesome Shop, Locally Owned, Unique, Different, Handmade. We seek out unique quality products to share with our customers. Offer an amazing enviroment that is comfortable and easy to shop. And provide customer service that will exceed your expectations.
Weezie’s fashion-forward staff frequently replenishes their rotating selection of name-brand swaddling with new and gently used garments by designers such as Diesel, Prada, and Ralph Lauren. Assembled out of overstock from Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, and other high-end boutiques, Weezie's threads don discounted price tags that are up to 90% off their retail value. Tops and shirts from Fluxus shroud torsos in casual attire ($19.99), and shorts by Seven for All Mankind allow wearers to flaunt gams on warm summer outings ($55). Ladies can carry their personal items in style within a Coach purse ($39+), or drop subtle hints to their commitment-fearing boyfriends by donning a designer-made wedding dress ($150+).
At Direct Tools Factory Outlet, power tools, outdoor equipment, and floor-care products flaunt the titles of major manufacturers such as Ryobi Power Tools, Homelite, and Hoover. Patrons can peruse the emporium's towering displays for discounted, reconditioned items, such as a Ryobi One+ right-angle drill ($55.99). Customers can liberate rugs from the remnants of a balding chia pet with a Dirt Devil pet hand vac ($39.99) or employ the rotating blades of a reconditioned electric saw ($44.99) to effortlessly cut wood for a tree house. Products at Direct Tools Factory Outlet carry a minimum 1-year warranty, and knowledgeable staffers are available to answer questions and guide customers through the inventory like a Sherpa guiding lost travelers through the plotlines of M.A.S.H.
Grown sustainably on Augusta’s verdant hillsides, the fruit of Mount Pleasant’s voluptuous vines has soaked up a slew of accolades. Wine 101 classes in tasting, food pairing, and cork firing edify duos of aspiring aficionados with a one-hour onslaught of grape-centric wisdom, along with a complimentary souvenir wineglass. Students will learn to pair wines with cheese and chocolate and practice trapping even the wildest varietals in bottles. Indulge in a selection of delicious sips while honing the five S’s of proper tasting—seeing, swirling, sniffing, sipping, and savoring—before honoring instructors with the optional sixth S: snuggling.
At Greatest Adventures Miniature Golf, an Egyptian sphinx, a towering dragon, and a waterfall cave present fun challenges for anyone from casual mini golfers to skilled putters competing in the US Pro Mini Golf Association, which has been hosted at the 36-hole facility. The USPMGA rated facility showcases two distinct 18-hole courses, both with their own themes and characters. Knights and a giant dragon roam the grounds of the medieval course, whereas a giant ape heckles players as they putt around Egyptian structures at the jungle course. In 2011, the USPMGA invited players to put their skills to the test at Greatest Adventures Miniature Golf for the US Open Championship. Though competition was fierce, the then-16-year-old Olivia Prokopova took home the win with her precise shots, determined swing, and ability to pick out the luckiest color golf ball.
Between games, guests can visit the onsite Pizza Haus for sustenance. The menu features pasta, meatball hoagies, wings, and from-scratch pizza made fresh daily and baked in a brick oven.