Wash Club NYC purges dirt and grime from clothing using organic and biodegradable detergents. The eco-friendly launderers also employ high-efficiency washers and dryers and provide reusable bags for repeat customers. Clients can hire the green grime-fighters to scrub a selection of their everyday wear ($0.85/lb.), spruce up a pair of sneakers ($5), and prepare comforters for upcoming chilly nights ($15+) with their wash-and-fold services. Patrons choose the specific day for pickup and, after removing food stains, offensive odors, and Canadian nickels, Wash Club NYC will return fresh garments within 24 hours. Meanwhile, dry-cleaning services meticulously cleanse shirts ($1.75), blouses ($4.50), dresses ($9+), and suits ($8+). For both services customers can add special instructions, such as whether to use fabric softener on a treasured T-shirt and how to deep-clean a star-dust-covered jet pack.
Bridge Cleaners & Tailors is a family-run, environmentally friendly business committed to utterly obliterating the fabric-based cares and woes of its customers. Its specialty dry-cleaning methods enable Bridge to treat any garment, including fastidious furs and leathergoods. Renew a sweater, skirt, shirt, or blouse to pristine condition starting at $8, or launder a dress for $16 and up. Similarly, men's or women's two-piece suits get spicked and spanned for $16 and up, while two-piece dresses and men's three-piece suits are freshified starting at $22. Pants yourself and de-filthify your trousers for $7.50, or prepare for winter by cleaning your coat for $19 before filling its pockets with nourishing acorns. Specialty items are priced by the garment, so bring in unique items for pricing or call with an intricately detailed description and fictional back-story.
AllCar Rent a Car helps travelers brave the streets of the Big Apple with a fleet of compacts, sedans, and SUVs. From the zippy Ford Focus and comfy Toyota Camry to the Ford Escape and a huge moving van, the company's vehicle selection accommodates needs of all types. The company’s eleven locations around the city and boroughs are excellent starting points for cruising to different spots in the city, from Times Square to the Statue of Liberty's favorite manicurist in Brooklyn. To make the process easier, AllCar picks up and drops off customers as needed.
The pros at Anthony's Cleaners & Tailors can clean the contents of entire closets, as well as the living spaces that surround them. Not only do they dry clean skirts, suits, and dresses, they also render specialty items such as rugs and drapes more pristine with same-day service and free pickup and delivery. In addition to washing everyday wares, Anthony’s boxes and preserves wedding gowns, and tailors garments to accommodate a client’s recent weight loss or an American Girl doll’s recent weight gain.
The dirt vanquishers at Bridgestone Dry Cleaners expel spots from everyday duds and tenderly care for wardrobe items that require special attention with nontoxic, eco-friendly GreenEarth cleaning treatments. In valid areas, cheerful launderers pick up soiled garments from homes, places of business, and recreational submarines, and then ship them to a suds emporium to inspect them for dirt and fabric ghosts. After locating troublesome trappings on pants, skirts, and blouses ($7.50 each), the cleaners unleash a green liquid-silicone detergent to corral the unsightly spots and banish them to a washroom holding cell. The fabric-friendly formula also spruces sweaters ($8), sport coats ($12), dresses ($12), and two-piece suits ($19.25), and an array of specialty items including wedding dresses and area rugs get extra-special treatment. Once clothes have been spruced and deemed dirt-free, the items will be transported back to the closets or waiting arms of their proud owners. Even though most accouterments can be cleaned for a set price, the prices listed are base prices, and may be affected by special designs, fabric needs, or demands from your clothing's entourage.
Tea Lounge soothes wild appetites with freshly roasted, organic coffee ($2-4.50/cup), more than 60 types of loose-leaf tea ($2-$4), mouthwatering pastries, and tasty lunch fare ($3.50–6.50 for a sandwich). Culinary casting directors can audition cups of black caramel tea to play sippable supporting roles to fresh scones or they can relax over a meditative mug of Moroccan mint-green tea in Tea Lounge's plush sofa chairs. Bury nostrils' taste buds in a low-acid Nicaraguan dark roast, specially sourced from the village of Tepeya in small batches, while chowing down on a savory caprese sandwich.