Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Fallbrook Downtown
1608 South Mission Road
Fallbrook, CA 92028
Phone: (760) 723-1127
Fax: (760) 723-2917
In the early morning hours, Danish & Donuts offers classic donut favorites. Choose from glazed donuts, bear claws and numerous other varieties, sold individually or by the dozen. While donuts fill the majority of the glass case displays, this shop also offers muffins, croissants, cinnamon rolls and Danish delights. In addition, several cold beverage cases hold soda, water and juices. Of course, traditional coffee is most popular among the early risers who frequent this shop.
Avid readers will not want to miss B.J.'s Books & Gifts, which offers new and used books at bargain prices. Even newly released titles are available for half of the cover price. Three large sections are devoted to romance novels, while other sections highlight mysteries, thrillers and non-fiction. Books on tape are also available. Furthermore, greeting cards and small gift items are sold. If you already have an extensive book collection, consider selling or trading your titles at this shop.
Early risers may stop by at K-Donuts for a sweet treat before the sun comes up. This shop offers Jelly and Custard Donuts as well as Twisted, Glazed, and Devil's Food varieties. Bear Claws and Cinnamon Rolls are also available. In addition to the sweets, the shop hosts a self-service beverage cooler. Select from milk, orange juice, sodas, water or iced tea. Of course, coffee is also offered. A few tiny tables are available, but this shop generally functions for "to go" orders.
Kritter Kreations specializes in crafts and ceramics. Approximately one-half of the store is devoted to greenware, in all shapes and sizes. Greenware is a ceramic base, which has not yet been painted or fired. Customers may select any greenware, then paint and fire the object on the premises. In addition, finished crafts are sold. Stuffed animals, wind chimes, rubber stamps, porcelain dolls and unique cookie cutters are just a few of the crafts in the wide variety of creative handicrafts. For beginners, there are craft classes taught at this shop as well.
Offering fine wines from small, family-owned wineries, Quigley Fine Wines is a wine importer that selects wines from small production vineyards in Italy and France. Most of the vineyards they buy from practice organic and biodynamic viticulture and produce sustainable wines, including Chateau Ripeau, Marchesi Gondi, and Vigna Sancol among others. Throughout the year, they host various events, such as wine tastings, auctions, galas, and more. For those who want to enjoy the tastes of those wines Quigley Fine Wines selects, they also offer a wine club, which includes the choice of receiving six or twelve bottles of wine every three months. - Erick Pettersen
Established in 2010, The Katwalk has become one of the city's favorite independent boutiques. Drop by for a unique collection of stylish women's and children's fashion. There's a fine choice of accessories as well.
While surfing ranks at the top of San Diego's outdoor sports, skateboarding is hardly neglected as a popular pastime for this sunny city. At Underworld Skateboard Supply, customers may purchase a complete package skateboard, including bearings, grip tape and hardware. Skateboards are fully assembled by the shop's staff. In addition, skaters will find backpacks, wallets, watches and hats, all bearing the theme of skateboarding. Brands such as Tony Hawk, Muska and Globe are represented at this shop. Between essential gear for skateboarding and cool accessories, this store hosts everything needed for novice or long-time skaters.
The award-winning La Masters was established in 1988, and is a local institution when it comes to fine jewelry. The locally-owned store showcases a fine selection of brands as well as their own signature creations.
More than 15,000 figures are displayed and sold at the Old Toy Soldier Home, which is devoted solely to the hobby of toy soldier collections. The shop offers soldiers from long-established manufacturers, including Britain and Mignot, both constructors of toy soldiers for more than a century. In addition, a plethora of modern toy soldier makers hold a presence at this store. With both vintage sets and individual pieces, the shop services the long-time collector as well as those new to the hobby. For customers looking to sell pieces of a private collection, the shop will appraise and buy your soldiers.
If you're an avid reader seeking used paperbacks or "hard to find" works of literature, visit this store. The second-hand bookshop hosts rows of reading material, including works of drama, poetry, fiction and romance. Non-fiction varieties featuring many historical accounts and biographies are also sold here. In addition, the mystery and science-fiction section covers two rows while an extensive young adult section offers paperbacks for teenage readers. The store is a valued spot for long-time readers, but be prepared to rummage through boxes of books, as many titles don't even fit on the crowded shelves.
Opened in 1999, Promenade Temecula is a shopping mall that stands tall in the town of Temecula. Offering visitors plenty of hassle-free parking options, this mall is replete with some of the trendiest designer labels, financial services, accessories, shoes and more. Gourmet dining options, comfort food and global cuisine as varied as Mongolian await you here. A number of events such as farmers markets and art exhibits are regularly held at this vibrant center which is definitely more than just a shopping hotspot.
Alexander Jewelers is renowned in the city for its fine craftsmanship and beautiful designs. From contemporary pieces for everyday to extravagant bridal collections, the store has it all.