A co-worker took me here yesterday for the Korean Bi-Bim-Bob, a big bowl with a variety of vegetables, rice and a protein--I had tofu. It reminded me of the country style cooking at Domo. The sushi that other diners were having looked excellent.
This is a really good, fairly upscale resale shop. The owner is in the shop and very helpful. They have a room full of evening wear and a number of bridal gowns. They have a lot of designer pieces and their prices are reasonable. They carry furs which I'm not thrilled about.
This is the most amazing ice cream shop. They have flavors that boggle the mind. Imagine Guiness in ice cream, or pepper or cupcakes from the Shoppe. They also have many tamer choices and all are made on site. They also have vegan frozen desserts. Very hip place to go.
This is a quaint cheese and wine shop tucked away in a shopping center in Centennial. The owner, Jackie, is very good at helping you select your cheeses. She has a lot of events at the shop so be sure and get on her mailing list.
This is the place to go in Denver to buy an acoustical musical instrument. They have incredibly knowledgeable staff and the legendary Harry Tufts overseeing it all. We've rented and purchased a banjo and a ukulele. They're fair dealing and really help support live folk music in Denver.
The service is very good but the food can be too salty. The fava bean bowl is delicious. It's convenient to the capitol and a good choice for lunch.
This is one of the best Asian restaurants in Austin and a real bonus for NW Austin. They do everything well but I'm addicted to their chicken soup.
The food here is really good. Try the tea and get something with rice. They put saffron on top and it's really something special.
Reale's makes a very good pizza and does well with pasta dishes as well. It's family friendly and a little kitschy.
A great Austin tradition, Alamo Drafthouse offers great food and clever preshows. They keep up the indie film presence as well.