When I first moved here from Oklahoma, I had a hard time finding a small traditional family owned bakery, but then I found this place, and it was really what I was looking for, but really nice. They have sandwiches etc, and it's like Panera, but still not as good.
This place has the best Indian dried savory and sweet snacks. They have competitive prices and fresh apetizers. They even have a chat bar, you have to try before you make a decision.
This Cato is a small location in a strip mall ajoined with Wal-Mart, also next to Alltel Wireless Store. Compared to other Cato's, this location didn't have as much stock.
Many people use Pack N Mail as a means to mail things after the post office has closed. There aren't many post offices in Temple, only two to my knowledge and they have short hours. Pack N Mail stays open a little longer.
This theater is a specialty theater and they are well known for having historic documentaries, and formal performances. It is a fairly new theater and I'm not excited about it's location.
This store is great for those whom have a little money and don't want to hire a professional. They have everything to make you home theater professional and they have a great selection of the latest tvs
Located in the old prestigious Northpark Mall. Nearby Shoguns Japanese rest and a few other nice stores. Next to a nice restaurant as well, famous for formal seating.
This theater is small and clean and mostly young kids and family frequent it. They don't always show the best movies hence they have little space, but it's close to home.
Fosters is well known for the beautiful funeral arrangements. My family has been using them for years. They have some nice special occasion arrangements as well and they're very personable.
While shopping at NBC you have to be sure to check what you buy because often there are holes and runs. Everything is new but distorted in some way. I don't particularly like this store but many people do.