7411 New Hampshire Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
Phone: (301) 439-3003
Fax: (301) 431-0569
Work by artist Dilip Sheth is on display at this custom frame shop.
Though the shop's address is Carroll Avenue, it is hidden from the street. Go around the corner and the entrance is there. Once inside, you will find a surprising array of second-hand books from tomes on history to classics and popular fiction. See if you can discover that special book under a haphazard pile of others. Keep an eye out for signs that explain the store's pricing.
Looking for a 1950s-era bright yellow sheath with a beaded dragon slinking up the side? Then you've come to the right vintage shop. Polly Sue's offers the vintage-clothing lover a virtual nirvana with two floors jam-packed with vintage men's and women's duds—from the classic to the bizarre. Everything from fur-collared coats to old bowling shirts can be found here. Whether you are looking for just the right pair of silver slippers or nothing in particular, this shop is worth a look.
Family owned and operated floral shop in downtown Silver Spring since 1947. They offer freshest floral products available from around the world and can ship anywhere.
Professional jeweler offering beautiful jewelry and expert repairs.
Full service florist offering roses, plants, fruit and gourmet items, business gifts, tropical plants, vases and baskets with same day delivery nationwide.
Offers the largest selection of decorative tablecloths, napkins, and chair covers for all special events for rental or purchase.
In Mount Pleasant and surrounding neighborhoods, everyone knows Heller's Bakery is "the" place to buy fresh doughnuts. But the cozy bakery also sells bread, pastries, cakes and hot coffee. The inside exudes warmth, with exposed brick and tables clustered near the front window. The sights and smells of the freshly baked delicious wonders is simply irresistible!
Pick a book and treat yourself to some caramel cider, mint mocha, gingerbread or eggnog latte from the coffee house in the books' shop. Here, author talks are held almost every night. Children's events also take place periodically. You can even buy books on-line, or have them shipped worldwide. Book group discount program are popular and so are the literature classes. Autographed first editions are also available.
Bread Furst on Connecticut Avenue offers a great range of freshly baked goodies to the Van Ness neighborhood which it calls home. A project by veteran chef Mark Furstenberg, Bread Furst is home to soft, tender and golden loaves of bread, pastries and desserts and lots more. The charming bakery also offers a wonderful lunch menu - several drool-worthy salads and sandwiches on offer here. They also serve a good selection of refreshing coffees that are a fantastic addition to the meal served here.
Ko Gi Bow combines Chinese food with cakes of all kinds, from traditional wedding cakes to cakes topped with fresh fruit. You can order a cake for four or 400. There is not a lot of seating space here, but no one seems to mind if you loiter. The chefs and staff are friendly and eager to help you make the right selection, which can be a difficult task given the mind-boggling array of cake toppings. But do not let dessert distract you. The Steamed Vegetable Dumplings are delightful. They will absolutely melt in your mouth.
Come and browse their selection of new and old books. Call for store hours.