Backyard Candle Co. owners and votive lieges Tricia Whisler and Linda Messer hand-pour 100% soy candles into attractive container sets of numerous sizes (5–16 oz., $8.99–$16). Before getting their candles, guests take in wafts of the scent menu, which drifts with 50 different aromas that include the berry- and incense-infused Dark Kiss, the creamy vanilla-based Serendipity, and Let Them Eat Cake, a blend of sugar cane, coconut milk, vanilla orchid and white musk.
For 30 years, Tanger has been a reliable operator of outlet malls that provide bargain beseechers with a host of brand-name, high-quality, and designer-label shopping opportunities. By purchasing wares straight from their makers, Tanger's more than 160 million annual shoppers enjoy access to an ample selection of in-season apparel, shoes, and eats at up to 70 percent off the original retail value, all of which are devoid of the defects found in goods purchased off of the neighbor's backyard clothesline. The Foley outlets are home to trusted name brands such as Aeropostale, Banana Republic Factory Store, Nike Factory Store, Loft Outlet, Gap Outlet, Tommy Hilfiger Company Store, and other amiable establishments. Consult the directory for a complete list of shops at the Foley location.
That Golf Place stocks a bounty of golfing equipment and apparel to assist players along the path to less stressful swings and lower scores. The shop carries a wide variety of gear by top industry brands, including golf balls by Callaway, Bridgestone, Taylor Made, and Srixon, and wedges by Cleveland and Mizuno. Additionally, the shop’s passionate staff tailors clubs to fit owners' preferences through regripping and shaft-fitting services, and also stock an assortment of game-improving accessories. Golfers can sheathe their woods or post-mulligan embarrassment with their favorite species of animal-head cover.
The family-owned-and-operated Fireside Winery has tilled and harvested the rolling hills of Iowa to produce award-winning wines. Growing a variety of diverse grapes contributes to the complex flavors and blends found in each Fireside wine bottle. The CoCo Cabernet Sauvignon tickles taste receptors with deep black fruit notes and notions of green pepper ($15), while the Storyteller uses exotic fruits, mineral aromas, the secret of Alex Trebek's methodical success, and crisp acidity to create a well-balanced blend ($14). For the sweet-toothed sipper, the Night Cap is Fireside's first dessert wine, offering spicy notes that dance in the moonlight with plum and dark cherry ($18).
The Depot Express delights hungering tongue buds with a smorgasbord of specialty pies, as well as a slew of toppings for persnickety pizza patrons to create their own. The menu boasts belly-please combinations, such as the omelette breakfast pizza, adorned with egg, green pepper, onion, mushroom, canadian bacon, and the lactic duo of cheddar and mozzarella cheeses (12" for $12.99), and the supreme pizza, blanketed with beef, sausage, pepperoni, onion, mushroom, black olive, and green pepper (14" for $14.99). The barbecue-sauce-slathered cowboy ranch variety loads on the meat ($16" for $16.99), while the taco pie dons a disguise of refried beans, ground beef, and piñata-shaped tortilla chips to hide from pizza-centric crime syndicates (12" for $12.99). Dough-based artists can create a meal masterpiece with traditional toppers, as well as more exotic trappings, such as fajita chicken, pickles, and sauerkraut ($10.99+). Individual pizza slices are perfect for light snacking before deep-space diving expeditions ($1.98).