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  • Brookstone
    In 1965, Popular Mechanics ran a small classified ad for Brookstone, a new catalog company that packed its pages with functional products and detail-oriented descriptions. Brookstone quickly expanded to meet the high demand for its collection of ?hard-to-find tools,? and opened the door to its first retail location in 1973. Today, Brookstone?s more than 300 nationwide retail locations allow customers to test-drive its ever-growing lineup of interesting products, which range from Bluetooth-enabled massage chairs to power adapters designed for international travelers and their electronic passports. Staying true to its roots as a catalog company, Brookstone houses an even larger selection of products, each waiting patiently to be shipped, on its website.
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    2855 Stevens Creek Blvd
    Santa Clara, CA US
  • Petroglyph
    Sick of buying expensive supplies and having to adhere to a class schedule just to create art, Jennifer Kurtz Rubin started the first of her chain of ceramic lounges in 1993. Each Petroglyph Ceramic Lounge is designed as a social and creative space, one that all customers can use to express themselves artistically while catching up with friends. The lounge throws open its doors for both kids and adults to decorate clay bisque pieces, such as mugs and salad bowls, with a bounty of colorful supplies, never worrying about cleanup afterward. Once they’re complete, the art pieces are glazed, fired, and ready for pickup in a few days. And because artists can stay for a whole afternoon or just 30 minutes, the lounge even grants a few moments of creativity to patrons with the busiest schedules. The company also goes beyond casual art making to host parties for kids and adults, in which they can bring in live music, serve food, and train scoops of ice cream to paint their own bowls.
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    1140 Lincoln Ave
    San Jose, CA US
  • Elite Carpet Care San Jose
    Elite Carpet Care's bright white truck can be spotted on streets across the Bay Area, en route to households with carpets that have been stained by the foot traffic of family members and grape stompers. When the van arrives at its destination, a team of licensed and insured specialists leap out, armed with five years of carpet-cleaning experience and powerful, nontoxic cleaning products. Using their advanced truck-mounted steam cleaner, they cleanse rugs and upholstery of dirt and stains.
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    1800 Stokes Street
    San Jose, CA US
  • Liang's Village Cuisine
    Fresh and flavorful Chinese favorites flood the menu at Cupertino's Liang's Village Cuisine. If slimming down is on the agenda, note that the food here is anything but low in fat. Eat out with the little ones at Liang's Village Cuisine, and don't waste time scurrying for a sitter. The food's ready when you are. Come on in or carry out. At Liang's Village Cuisine, you can safely park just around the corner. Bikers can store their bikes safely while they enjoy a meal at Liang's Village Cuisine.
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    19772 Stevens Creek Blvd
    Cupertino, CA US
  • Create It Ceramics
    A prismatic array of glaze bottles and sparkling glass pieces form kaleidoscopic patterns for guests to splash across create-your-own pottery and fused-glass masterpieces. Visitors select from stencils, stamps, and samples or select still frames from their dreams to decorate ceramic mugs, figurines, and fused-glass dishes. Staff members set up and clean workspaces, as well as package kits for home pottery-painting parties. This means artists can focus solely on siphoning their imagination into their project. The studio regularly hosts parties and meetings, to which guests are welcome to bring snacks, wine, or milk shakes made of ground-up poems.
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    855 El Camino Real
    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Sprinkles Cupcakes
    Sprinkles Cupcakes Cakes were bigger in 2005—most of them, anyway. While a couple of bakeries had become known for their cupcakes, none of them built their entire business around the petite, portable, no-sharing-necessary dessert. Enter former investment banker Candace Nelson, fresh out of renown (now closed) Tante Marie’s pastry school. Nelson seized the moment, spawning an empire of cupcakes in tantalizing, inventive flavors like cuban coffee and triple cinnamon. The first Sprinkles Cupcakes location measured only 600 square feet. The kitchen was even smaller, but Nelson still stocked the shelves with ingredients such as sweet cream butter, bittersweet Belgian chocolate, pure Madagascar bourbon vanilla, and fresh fruit. Eventually, her high standards got national airtime with a role as a judge on the Food Network cooking-contest show Cupcake Wars. The cupcakes are still the main draw at Sprinkles. Indeed, the demand is such that that many locations now boast a Cupcake ATM, a frosting-pink machine that cuts down lines by vending treats straight to customers on the sidewalk. But it’s no longer strictly a cupcake shop. There are cookies, too, and in some cities, you can even get dense, slow-churned ice cream sandwiched between two cupcake tops or scooped into a red-velvet waffle cone. Try This: Red Velvet Cupcake Red velvet is, essentially, chocolate cake with a colorful twist. It’s only natural that it should be the signature flavor at Sprinkles Cupcakes, which specializes in making classic desserts feel fresh with a subtle extra seasoning or two. In 2013, founder and head flavor honcho Candace Nelson told Vanity Fair how she arrived at her version of the quirky but very American flavor, beloved by the Oklahoma family of her husband and co-owner Charles: “I amped up the cocoa, toned down the food coloring, and created a well-balanced cream-cheese frosting.” (Nelson also reported that many L.A. customers weren’t familiar with the Southern delicacy: they’d call it the “red carpet” or “black velvet.”) Today, her version of red velvet is so popular that it’s spawned gluten-free, sugar-free, and vegan versions, each using carefully chosen substitutes that retain the original’s richness and silky texture so they don’t have to be renamed “red burlap.”
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    393 Stanford Shopping Ctr
    Palo Alto, CA US
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