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Obzeet

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This restaurant and store-in-one is no Cracker Barrel. The eclectic gift shop is a knick-knack collector’s dream stop. Colorful crystal chandeliers greet you at the doorway next to hanging cloth lanterns and elephant figurines. Then start the Buddhas. This place is a Buddha statue Mecca. Fat Buddhas, skinny Buddhas, sitting Buddhas, praying Buddhas, they’re all hanging out here. Centuries-old dining sets, rustic wooden shelving, and vintage armoires made from the shutters of Indian castles are actually reasonably priced along with the outdoor chiminea selection, Egyptian deck chairs, and decorative fountains. The star of the shop, though, is obviously the Himalayan salt rock collection, to which an entire room is dedicated. The glowing rocks in a plethora of shapes and sizes abound. The candle collection, created for Obzeet by friends of the owners, is worth a purchase. Get a whiff of “Buck Naked” and “Forest Violet.” Before you leave, grab a Tramezzino sandwich in the restaurant’s Tropical Garden patio.

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