The knowledgeable staff at The Record Works helps customers sort through thousands of new and used CDs, vinyl, movies, and video games. Music lovers can guide their record player's needle toward used LPs ($4.99+) or attempt to cram weekly new vinyl releases ($24.99+) into their mp3 players' headphone jacks. Pre-owned video games ($24.99+) beckon patrons to dust off controllers, and used DVDs ($9.99+) add variety to movie nights. Stereos fill up on pre-owned ($8.85+) and freshly made CDs ($17.70+), all carefully organized along the store's walls and in freestanding racks by categories such as rock and pop. Customers can sell their own used media to the store or return to pick out additional tunes from hundreds of new items left in bassinets on The Record Works' doorstep each day.
Mere minutes from downtown, Delta Fredericton offers guests an elegant leaping pad into Fredericton's cultural milieu. Savor a restful escape from backyard garden-gnome shantytowns in one of Delta Fredericton's premier rooms, all of which boast stunning views of the St. John River. Guests can also take advantage of the myriad recreational offerings, such as bike rentals and food market tours (not all activities are free). Alternately, stay damp and sedentary within Delta Fredericton's heated indoor and seasonal outdoor pools, sauna, or jacuzzi.
Located in an agricultural community on Ontario's southwestern peninsula, Ingersoll began as a dairy town and still maintains its agrarian charm with historical buildings, fruit farms, and wineries scattered throughout the countryside. One can become acquainted with the area by hiking or cross-country skiing the Thomas Ingersoll Scenic Trail, which weaves through the town and pine forests. In downtown Ingersoll, boutique stores and markets sell loose-leaf teas, fresh baked goods, local cheeses, and more. Those looking to escape the small-town rural scene can make the 40-minute drive southwest to London, home of Fanshawe College and the University of Western Ontario, as well as gardens, museums, and breweries.
Cuisine Type: Coffee, tea, latte, cappuccino, smoothie
Handicap Accessible: No
Number of Tables: 1–5
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular offering: Coffee
Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only
Outdoor Seating: No
Pro Tip: We offer a comfortable lounge with free wifi.
Carl, the owner of Beantown Coffee Co., keeps his company a small, family-run operation. But that doesn't mean he lacks grand aspirations for his product. "The coffee is 100% organic [and] fair trade," he says. "And it tastes out of this world." The beans can be found in everything the baristas whip up, from hot, dark drip coffee to milky lattes. For the caffeine-conscious, Carl recommends a cup of socially-conscious loose leaf tea or the "amazing hot chocolate," which pairs well with a pastry or even the frozen hot chocolate, if you want to mix them together and have regular chocolate.
In Union Burger kitchens, culinary crews grill fresh, never frozen 100% Canadian beef burgers and pour poutine gravy over hand-cut fries. The menu brings an eclectic, often gourmet edge to fast food with quarter-pound Angus-beef hot dogs and grilled-chicken sandwiches. Visitors can stack hearty burger patties with any combination of more than 20 toppings, or opt for signature creations such as the Bourbon Street burger, topped with whisky barbecue sauce and caramelized onions; the Philly Cheese burger, topped with roasted red peppers and grilled mushrooms; or the Great Canadian burger, topped with peameal back bacon and cheddar. Whatever the meal, a thick milkshake or a classic fountain drink washes it down in style.
The massage therapists at Ingersoll Massage Therapy realize that every individual is built differently. That's why every massage they perform is unique. They tailor their therapeutic and relaxing strokes to suit a range of physiques and patterns of soreness. To customize more effectively, they consult with clients before the massage to learn where they should direct the bulk of their attention.