A bit pricey, but THE place to go if you are looking for a particular sort of sock. Mountain climbing socks, funky socks that look like hippos, little girls' ballerina tights.... they've got it all.
This place has a flavor all its own. For example, if you wear a wig on Tuesdays, you get a discount. It's a vegetarian/ vegan-friendly kind of place, but don't let that scare you. I've taken my steak loving brother there many times, and he always loves it.
This place sells high quality, fashionable used clothing of all types. I've gotten some great dresses here for low prices. They also buy your old threads at reasonable rates.
This place has local flavor! And a very ecclectic selection of new and used books. Don't worry, they have lots of mainstreamy stuff too. They will also buy back books for store credit, which is a great deal.
Might not be much on ambiance, but this local coffee shop still has a special place in my heart. Much better than 'the bucks' across the street! They are home of much delicious fair trade coffee.
Books and records for days. If you have some time to kill or are too broke to see a movie or something, why not spend some time getting to know Logo's unique collection of new and used books, CDs and vinyl?
If you need books for class, there's really no reason to go elsewhere. The people at the slug are super nice and helpful, and their prices will always be way lower than anyone else around, new or used.
They have great options for vegetarians and meat eaters alike here. And a yummy, very original tasting hot sauce too. The interior is small, but cutely decorated.
The building was kind of dirty and the teacher got on my nerves. And my classmates were a pretty motley crew. But I guess that's what I get for speeding. Well, in comparison to other schools in the area, it's a good value.
No pumpkins actually grow here. They are shipped in from someplace else. Which is kind of dissapointing to me, especially since there is an actual patch of growing pumpkins up in Valley Center.