Boutique is a strong word for this hippy shop. Flowy skirts and tops, lots made in India. If you're shopping for the next Dead show, head this way. I find it kind of disappointing on a block full of cute and unique places to shop.
This is cute little boutique for gifty things and accessories, but seems to hardly ever be open... wonder how they've stayed in business so long. If you're already on old South Pearl St., stop in, if anyone is there.
Cozy complete yarn and supply store - lots of charm and great choices for yarn and fiber arts supplies.
I LOVE Joy's and have found many GREAT buys there. Recently purchased cherry bookcases with cabinets - easily would have been $1500 new - for $190. Also found some great home accents. Last year we purchased an entire patio of NEW teak furniture for a fraction of what it would have cost elsewhere and we are very pleased with the results. Whenever I'm driving past and have time, I stop in and look because you never know...
This consignment clothing shop advertises itself as HIGH-END consignment with a big "St. John" sign out front. However, unless you consider Eddie Bauer high-end, I'd look for another spot. I found there selections stale, somewhat out of date and really not that special. Feels more like thrift than consignment. Attitude of the owner is a little unfortunate as well.
This is Savory's original location, small, a little cramped when more than a couple of people are shopping. It's the home of FRESH herbs and spices and the only place to find the really exotic stuff you cannot get in most groceries. For example, they have seven varieties of ground cinnamon! You'll notice the difference in your cooking when you use these ingredients.
This is heaven for fiber artists, weavers, spinners, sewers... They have a beautiful showroom of the art created by their members - all fiber artists and then a great classroom where workshops are held and other special events such as shows, sales, etc. Fun!
This place is hidden in a nondescript strip mall and is very difficult to see from the street. Even standing right in front of it you'd have no idea of the great sushi experience waiting for you right inside. The sushi is very very good and the atmosphere is peaceful. When I go with the girls, we always seat in the authentic floor tables and sit cross-legged surrounded by great food! Its off the map, but highly recommended.
The Manor House Restaurant is kinda way out west, a little hard to get to nestled deep in Ken Caryl ranch. But it has a real "special occasion" atmosphere. They do have rooms for private parties, and I like it best for these kinds of events. Food is very very good, but not excellent.
Sub-standard, fresh out of a jar/can Mexican food with tasteless refried beans. This is a bad Caucasian's interpretation of what a fun Mexican place should be.