Chocolate Gourmet helps sate broccoli-battered taste buds with a bevy of delectably crafted, hand-rolled treats. Satisfy the grumpiest sweet tooth with saccharine tidbits available in cookie, brownie, or truffle form. Wonka-wannabes can order up nine Hairy Coconut truffles ($27), two Square One chocolate brownies ($8), or 24 Overprotective Pecan cookies ($26), while swimming instructors can treat their class to a gift box package such as the 36-piece cookie assortment ($47), which can be paired with a handwritten note declaring love or indifference. All of Chocolate Gourmet’s sweets contain all-natural ingredients, ensuring they’re fresher than a recently painted oil portrait of a bouquet of sassy daisies. Place your order and treat your sweetheart's sweet tooth to the sweet treats of Chocolate Gourmet.
We offer a shop full of beautiful items. From jewelry to artwork we offer many local artisans a place to share their talents. Our studio is a place to get creative offering ceramic painting, mosaic and art classes. Stop in we'd love to meet you.
The brainchild of Lawanda—the restaurant’s president and manager—and CEO and head chef Shafeeq, Eclectic Soul Food makes it its mission to seamlessly fuse southern American, Caribbean, and Middle Eastern cuisines on a diverse menu. Delicate light fixtures illuminate deep mauve walls and tiled floors in the dining room, where customers enjoy barbecued meats, jerk chicken, and housemade desserts such as sweet-potato pie. Chefs use only halal meat and prepare meals with an eye toward health.
J.T. Sausage Company, a family owned and operated butchery, produces a host of high-quality sausages and deli meats, as well as sells locally crafted foods within its cozy storefront. Nestled beneath a shiny glass case, links of italian sausage—including orange peel ($4.99/lb.) and mild and hot ($4.49/lb.)—beg to be cooked, grilled, or roasted over an open laser, and deli standards, such as pepperoni and salami ($7.99–$18.99), mingle with the wide selection of italian cheeses. Sauces from Cipriani Pastas and Sauces, a local noodle house hailing from Chicago Heights, and breads from Marconi Baking Company fill the store's narrow, yet well-stocked shelves.