Towne Square Eatery & Bake Shoppe serves up healthy, homemade eats and a rotating Dish of the Day to keep diners' taste buds on their toes. Although the menu changes frequently, diners can expect to dig into such fresh fare as a turkey, mandarin-orange, and sugared-almond salad topped with homemade dressing ($6.25). Savory sandwich selections include the ham and swiss ($6.75) or the Franklin Street Special, a mélange of roast beef, melted provolone, caramelized onion, and horseradish-caper sauce ($7.25). A Saturday brunch menu fuels weekend warriors and breakfast-powered cars with white-truffle eggs ($5.99) and pancakes ($3.99), which can be paired with whistle-whetting gourmet espresso drinks or smoothies.
Gumballs & Overalls festively furnishes shelves with gently used kid's apparel, toys, and other merchandise within a tidy, pastel-hued store. Rather than repair split seams with bungee cords and rubber bands, harried parents can opt instead for a vast selection of stylish, affordable apparel. Pants ($2.99+), sweaters, shirts ($0.99–$8.99), and hoodies ($4.99–$14.99) in sizes ranging from 0 to 14 imbue warmth and confidence in even the most forbearing blanket-fort dweller. Gumballs & Overalls also provides parents with an opportunity to pick up a new spring jacket ($3.99–$12.99) and accompanying wardrobe, after the previous year's was worn out by April showers and May mud-wrestling.
Every person on staff at Xtreme Nutrition also works as a personal trainer, allowing them to provide seasoned advice and share patrons’ excitement for fitness. The shelves brim with bottles and jars, their colorful silhouettes emblazoned with brands including Hyper FX, Excellean, and Elite Gourmet. Engineered specifically for demographics such as bodybuilders, teens, men, women, or seniors, the supplements deliver infusions of vitamins, probiotics, and protein. Patrons can take nutritional sips at an onsite smoothie bar or attend Zumba classes led by the store's multi-talented staff and spinning classes led by whoever brings the loudest bicycle horn.
Aromas of brewing drip coffee waft through Mr. Beans Treatery, where baristas froth cappuccinos and add shots of flavor to lattes. In addition to the brews, patrons may fuel up with a variety of candies housed in old-fashioned glass jars, classic hot dogs, and Calder ice cream in waffle cones.
Dollar Castle's shelves brim with everyday necessities such as groceries and home goods stocked alongside toys, party supplies, gift packaging, and seasonal decorations. Shoppers can prepare for the holiday season with gift boxes and Christmas decorations primed to turn any home into an exact replica of Santa's igloo. Party supplies such as dinnerware, table covers, and paper products help to host extra guests, while storage containers are ready to stash away leftovers or the especially good pie that never got served. While perusing the aisles, customers can also stock up on cozy gloves, mittens, and scarves. Much like the exchange rate for a Sacagawea coin, most items in the store go for $1.
For more than 25 years, Play It Again Sports has bedecked kids and adults with high-end, wallet-friendly athletic armor and gear so that they can kick, swing, punt, and take flamboyant exception to referee calls with gusto. New inventory arrives every day, and the friendly staff can lead quality-seeking shoppers to the top brands lining the spacious storefront shelves, including Callaway, Taylor Made, Nike, Adidas, Easton, Horizon Fitness, and more. Prices vary by item, but you'll have enough credit to purchase a ton of different athletic accoutrements. Baseball fans can outfit themselves with a bat, a glove, a helmet, a pair of batting gloves, cleats, or a dozen baseballs. Divot devotees, meanwhile, can load up on 100 used golf balls or three golf discs. Otherwise, get started on a random collection of medicine balls, hockey sticks, and 25-pound weights so that you're prepared to play any sports that appear to you in dreams.