After breakfast at Toast Two, we stepped into a little shop a few doors down, Virtu Virtu. They have stationary, jewelry, and gifts, but more importantly for us, they have great things for foodies. Lon and I really loved everything in this shop, including the owner, Julie, who is really helpful. She’s more of a curator (her shop is just gorgeous and impeccably organized) than a store owner, and the reason we’re sharing this is because you can order from her, online.

We bought a bread board, made from the most beautiful wood (Birdseye Maple), smooth, and perfect to use or just display on your wall. (It comes with a matching wooden peg to hang on.) We picked up 8 silicone placemats that look so elegant, yet can be cleaned with a wet towel. Lon couldn’t resist buying a decorative hide box for Kasi, and if we weren’t planning on moving, I would’ve bought vases, mugs, napkin holders, and everything else.

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