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Carytown is a treasure trove of specialty stores and restaurants. Stroll down the sidewalks and explore antique stores, salons, vintage clothing stores, coffee places, bookshops and more. On and off-street parking is plentiful. The eateries represent many different kinds of food, from Mexican at Nacho Mamma's to French-Asian at Indochine or Indian at Farouk's. The shops include Premiere Costumes, The Compleat Gourmet and Leo Burke Furniture. These and other stores have sidewalk sales in the spring and fall and open houses on December Sundays. In August, the street comes to life with the Watermelon Festival.
Explore the mysteries of the metaphysical, find out how to become holistically whole or learn how to help usher in the new age at the Aquarian Bookstore. Along with a vast selection of books, you will find crystals and unusual jewelry, tarot cards and other gifts. Psychic readings and classes on topics like yoga and astrology are available.
A popular neighborhood supermarket and grocery store, Ellwood Thompson's guarantees only the freshest possible products. Staying true to its promise, this supermarket offers goods, straight off the farm. A store that takes pride in its high quality standards and healthy food products, here you don't just get your money's worth, but are also assure of a good nutritional quotient. The store also boasts a cafeteria where one can savor a handful of flavorsome dishes.
White Oak Village is the place to be when you're looking to make multiple purchases. Home to a numerous retail outlets, offering various different products, this mall has the answers to all of your requirements. From trendy fashion boutiques and footwear stores, to electronics and home products, you name it and this mall has a store dedicated to it. Here you can shop at some outlets of some of the biggest retailers, such as Dress Barn, Ashley Stewart and Five Below. When all of the shopping gets your legs tired, walk into one of the restaurants or eateries for a quick yet palatable meal.