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Blackberry tart. Banana-nut bread. Cinnamon-twist danish. They?re not decadent treats in a glass display case at the local bakery, but intoxicating aromas and robust flavors found at La Crema Coffee Company. Owned by Melissa and Dan Flohn, La Crema takes 100% Colombian coffee beans and transforms them into three dozen unique breakfast, afternoon, and dessert flavors such as chocolate raspberry, amaretto truffle, and bananas foster. For purists, the company imports unflavored blends from Central and South America, Indonesia, and Africa. It even vends a selection of non-coffee beverages, as well as hand-beaded coffee scoops and accessories for measuring coffee grounds or spooning them over breakfast cereal.

9852 Crescent Park Dr
West Chester,
OH
US

We are a small family owned business that strives to give our customers quality service in a cozy environment. Our shop is like no other and we many exciting things to come. We offer a large selection of books, beautiful one of a kind hand-made Art pieces, gifts and refreshments. We look forward to your visit.

208 W Maxwell St
Lexington,
KY
US

Thanks to Sweet Simpliciteas, it's possible to have your cake and drink it, too. The loose-leaf tea shop combines the two most important meals of the day?dessert and afternoon tea with indulgent blends. With indulgent blends, there's no need to feel guilty about calories or decide which fork to use when you can simply sip on a cup of chocolate-chip chai (featuring actual chocolate chips) or caramel-cake rooibos.

259 South 3rd Street
Columbus,
OH
US

Established: 2012

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Parking lot

Most Popular Offering: Freshly made moisturizers

Good for Kids: Yes

Walk-ins Welcome: Yes

Pro Tip: Samples are available for many products. Ask what is being made right now.

4764 North High Street
Columbus,
OH
US

When Pangaea transforms Indiana back into the prosperous island nation it once was, local provisions will be necessary to avoid the rising costs of expensive imports from the neighboring island of Vermont. For $25, today's Groupon gives you a taste of future Indiana diets with $50 worth of gift baskets, gift trays, gift tins, and other attractive gifting vessels from A Taste of Indiana.

6404 Rucker Rd
Indianapolis,
IN
US

The Three Faces of Goose the Market

Fresh Indiana Meats

Real meat has a story. This is one of the founding principles at Goose the Market, where the meat does, in fact, have a tale to tell, albeit a short one without many characters. That’s because Goose works directly with Indiana farmers, who slaughter their all-natural livestock mere hours or days before delivering its meat to the market. As a result, the shop’s customers always know where their meat comes from and how it was raised.

Award-Winning Sandwiches

The neighborhood market of bygone eras was always the place to go if you wanted a good sandwich. Goose has picked up that torch with its own roster of sandwiches—Bon Appetit magazine even placed it on its list of Top 10 Sandwich Shops in the country in 2008. The “standout sandwich” then, and now, is the Batali, named after Armandino Batali, a famous salumi maker. This Italian creation features spicy coppa, soppressata, capicola, tomato preserves, and hot giardiniera for an extra kick.

Italian Enoteca

The enoteca—an Italian word for "wine repository"—at Goose resides in the basement. Here, a rotating menu of wines shares space with a wide selection of craft beers. In keeping with the market's passion for all things local, the enoteca houses communal tables for neighbors to meet up over small plates of artisanal cheese or charcuterie.

2503 N Delaware St
Indianapolis,
IN
US