© John Armich
At this new 11-acre garden store in the Philadelphia suburb of Glen Mills, the masterminds behind Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters have built a café in a vintage greenhouse. It serves breakfast and lunch, plus dinner once a month—dishes like an asparagus-prosciutto frittata and gnocchi with chicken ragù. “We want to be a year-round destination, not just a place to go to during planting season,” says Terrain executive John Kinsella.
Courtesy Epoch Floral & Pie
Mike Hines, co-owner of the modernist Chicago floral shop Epoch (a supplier to top restaurants like Nomi), loves pie—so much so that Epoch now sells homemade desserts at an in-store café called Pie. Shoppers can eat in Epoch’s 5,000-square-foot garden or have the pies delivered locally.