Owned by David Mann Cyrkin—a ninth-generation IJO jeweler—and his wife Denise, David Mann Jewelers has been selling high-quality, custom-designed jewelry to the Genesee Valley community for 57 years. Along with adorning gemstones and helping clients design the one engagement ring to rule them all, David Mann carries collections from designers such as Elle and Parle. Trick out dull limbs with a Chamilia charm ($27+), a trinket from Beads by Betsy ($50+), or a silver bracelet ($15+), or keep ears anchored firmly in place with earrings ($20+). A hand-blown glass holder for rings ($25) gives the glitzy a stylish way to store all their precious bands and cereal-box decoders. David Mann will also happily appraise ($50+) your ornaments, determining if your Green Lantern power ring is authentic by testing its ability to affect yellow objects. In addition to designing and selling beautiful baubles, David Mann also performs expert ring sizing, jewelry repair, and cleaning.
Back in 1827, Rolling Hills Asylum was known as the Genesee County Poor House—a government-run self-sustained community for the impoverished and needy. Orphans, widows, the mentally unstable, physically disabled, and criminals all resided within its walls. In 1938 came the addition of The Genesee County Infirmary. There are over 1,700 documented deaths buried in potters field, with hundreds more unaccounted for.
Backed by all this dark, rich history, it may come as no surprise that the spot now known as Rolling Hills Asylum is believed to be one of the most haunted sites in the country. Disembodied voices and ominous sounds, people, are experienced within the walls of this asylum. To let the public investigate these supernatural happenings, the site hosts numerous tours classic horror movie nights, Para-Celebrity ghost hunts, and other special events. Public and private ghost hunts, meanwhile, provide a more interactive way to explore the building—and can last up to an entire night. RHA is open year-round for both public and private tours and ghost hunts.
Since 2006, the friendly and knowledgeable staff at The Bike Shop has paired products ranging from bikes to apparel with expert maintenance services. Customers can peruse the store’s inventory of bicycles from notable names, such as Ridley, Giant, and Scott, and then don a Lazer helmet before peddling their purchase out into the world amid the blares of their own bugle calls. When wear and tear threaten to sideline a set of wheels, a team of repairmen, led by owner and certified bicycle mechanic Adam Trost, stands ready to nurse bikes back to health with services, such as tune-ups, fittings, and custom wheel builds.
Sterling Bedding hand selects a diverse collection of mattresses and other bedtime essentials to fill its network of North American show rooms. Through appointment-only shopping, patrons can get a one-on-one tour of traditional, pillow-top, and memory-foam mattresses organized conveniently by price point, as well as a selection of fashionable bed frames and bedroom furniture. By setting up shop in warehouses and forgoing the high rents associated with flashy retail spaces or shops set inside limousines, Sterling is able to keep operating costs low and set competitive prices that allow the savings to trickle down to the customer.
Tres Chic Pet Boutique provides two ways for dogs to look better than ever. The pet spa, Le Spaw Grooming, sees to dogs' hygienic needs, scrubbing and brushing pooches big and small. The dog boutique dresses newly washed fur in cute bandanas, costumes, and smart business-casual outfits. The boutique also carries nutritious treats, such as rawhides and cookies, and plenty of entertaining toys.
Monkey See, Monkey Do ... is an independent children's bookstore located in Clarence, NY. Its fun-filled setting provides a learning adventure for children of all ages! From babies to adults, we strive to select thoughtful books. Upon visiting our shop, you will find unique reads that promise a memorable outing.