Enjoying a chilled beverage no longer means enduring a watered-down finish with Top Shelf Living's drink products. The purveyor of earthen barware, cookware, and tabletop products—including soapstone coasters and slate pizza stones—can outfit shoppers with washable drops that cool libations without melting into water. Sets of whiskey rocks keep adult beverages chilled for up to 45 minutes, and metal wine drops ensure customers can enjoy cooled glasses of pinot grigio with their meal without having to dine in their supermarket's walk-in freezer.
Browsing the aisles at Marshall's is akin to being set loose inside the giant pantry of a human-sized hobbit grandma. No sooner is produce picked from the vines than it's placed on the ample shelves around the store. Pick up some apples ($1.99/lb.) or fresh asparagus ($3.99/bunch), along with a veritable cornucopia of other fruits and veggies. Marshall's also offers prepared foods, like a Mexican meal ($6.50–$7.50) or a seafood meal ($5.95–$8.95). A selection of meats and dairy products are all produced in small batches, ensuring that homemade taste and quality reign with iron-fisted authority. In addition to locally sourced goods, foreign olive oils and other imported gourmet items intermingle with the locals in a peaceful display of mutual respect.