To mix their love of coffee and BMX biking, business owners Joe West and Jason Strother operate a coffee bar and cycling retail/service space. Schedule a basic tune-up for a fully geared bike of any type—not just BMX— to ensure all gears, sprockets, and chains are properly lubricated with the oil from the top of a jar of natural peanut butter.
The casual Irish pub, Finnegan's Wake, alongside its restaurant and lounge area, Finnegan's Revival, fuels stomachs with its 17 draft beers, 10 whiskeys on tap, and Irish and American pub fare. Diners can pull apart gooey Guinness cheese fries, sink forks into a gravy-covered shepherd's pie, or bite into beer-battered fish 'n' chips before flinging pucks down the pub's shuffleboard table or participating in Wednesday-night trivia. On the Revival side, which is decorated to look like a cozy Irish cottage with its mantel-topped fireplace, old-fashioned photos, and leprechaun traps, patrons can snuggle into leather couches while devouring specialty pizzas.
Red Star Publishers creates personalized children’s books that transform real-life kids into storybook characters that cruise through the air on the backs of dragons or wander magical gardens in full princess garb. After the crack team of artists "cartoonize" photos of your child, they edit their images and name into vivid books that depict boys using newfound superpowers to defeat villains and girls skirting around fairy-tale castles neutralizing an evil witch’s spell. Customers will receive a professionally bound book featuring their child’s likeness and name in full color with high-resolution pictures and glossy print.
Featuring games from the 80's! No quarters or tokens needed, play all you want for 5 bucks! 1984 is THE 80's arcade! Stop in and get your 80's on in style. We have the games, the music, and the vibe from the greatest decade ever! Need a place to host your next event or party? We offer private events and party room rentals.
A staunch adherent to the do-it-yourself philosophy, Queen City Emporium is a haven for local artisans and independent designers looking to hawk their handmade, one-of-a-kind wares. Curators tend to an ever-changing, frequently updated menagerie of vintage-inspired apparel, distinctive jewelry, and trendy accessories. Items such as Sparkle Candy's vintage Bingo bobby pins ($6) brighten lonely locks with authentic materials and careful craftsmanship, and organic cotton tea towels from Slide Sideways ($18) add a touch of homespun class to tea parties both real and imaginary. Queen City Emporium keeps the DIY spirit alive at the sink as well, with toiletries and soaps like the haupia hand soap from Passion Moon Potions ($4) giving tired mitts the cool relief of coconut cream without the shocked stares and ant bites usually associated with a handful of dessert.