Yogoberry's self-serve machines swirl 10 types of yogurt into cups before guests shower the frozen peaks with a choice of more than 35 toppings. The all-natural yogurts are free of fat and contain live and active cultures, which can help boost intestinal health and ward off digestive-tract infections as effectively as swallowing a No Trespassing sign. Yogoberry's staff regularly swaps 32 flavors in and out of rotation, treating taste buds to choices such as cheesecake, peppermint stick, and pomegranate. Toppings range from seasonal fruits to sweet bits of candy. Pink, blue, lime, and lilac hues coat the vibrant dining room, where visitors devour their creations atop mod barstools grouped around circular tables. Yogoberry is located at the heart of the University of Delaware, and the store takes pride in nourishing students and locals alike.
TigerDirect.com's vast virtual warehouse distributes computer parts, software, and gadgetry around the world, backed by their brick-and-mortar stores around the nation. Home to PC and computing experts, the stores dole out repair and advice in equal sums, answering questions about virus issues such as pop-ups or nasty computer-sneezing fits. Founded on the principles of putting the consumer first, TigerDirect offers same-day shipping and business-to-business sales, and they boast a spyware-tight website security guarantee that will cover customer liability up to $50.
"You have a dying cell phone in your hand right now as you read this." That line from the Battery on the Go website gets straight to the point of the issue all cell phone owners deal with at one time or another. The company's staff of admitted gadget lovers doesn't ever want their clients to be in a position where they can't navigate an adventure, capture a moment, or contact a friend because their smartphone died. As such, their signature product, the
PowerBar, is a portable battery charger that can power an iPhone 5 from one
times on a single charge, depending on the model. The lightweight, aluminum design can also charge tablets and
its USB capabilities allow it to be charged by computers or USB-compatible wall plugs.
Back in 1976, when Wooden Wheels first opened, they were focused on the emerging sport of BMX and all it had to offer. As bike trends changed, first to mountain biking, then beyond into road and then eventually all styles of cycling, the shop changed, too, expanding their inventory and knowledge of all bikes. Today, they've expanded to two locations, and both offer a full line of services for cycles, as well as two wheelers ready to ride out of the shop and wheelie all the way home. Mechanics onsite provide insight into any issues, and can provide minor flat fixes or overhauls of bikes during comprehensive tune-ups.
Though many things have changed on Main Street in Newark, Grassroots Handcrafts has remained an institution. The store, which sells a wide range of specialty gifts, such as bath and body products, candles, women’s apparel, kids’ novelty toys, and home decor, has been in business since 1975. It’s still operated by Marilyn Dickey, who gets help from her two daughters, Kristin and Joanna. Delaware Today gave a shout-out to the store, calling its wares “funky, fun, and unusual.”