The experienced technicians at Bloomington Cleaners restore honor to besmirched garments with nontoxic solvents that keep the environment as clean as the clothing on their racks. The distinctive aroma of fresh linens permeates the company’s 5,000-square-foot laundry facility, where soiled shirts and silk-threaded straightjackets bask in water-free baths. When not expunging stains in dress pants and other delicate garments, the cleaners hem and mend imperfect articles or carefully extract bits of cake from wedding dresses.
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Poor Richard's Commonhouse whips up hearty platters of classic American pub grub and intrepid tumblers of signature cocktails against a cozy backdrop of exposed brick walls and hardwood floors. Oil rusty jaw hinges with starters such as the Samuel Adams lager mussels ($9.99), which bathes Prince Edward Island mussels in Sam Adams dijon-cream sauce, or the bison chili ($5.25/bowl), which couples locally raised, slow-roasted bison with fresh chilies, tomatoes, and spices, blanketed with pepper jack cheese and sour cream. The Colonial meatloaf ($13.99), dressed in a suit of bacon and anointed with an East Coast red glaze, blends Hereford beef and Compart Family Farms Premium Duroc ground pork with fresh herbs in a meal hearty enough to survive New England winters and tender enough to journal about it.
With more than three decades of lighting prowess under its belt, Acadian Candles floods households with the flickering lights of handcrafted, dripless candles from its 4,000-square-foot shop. Customers can fill quarters with the calming lavender of a 5-ounce aromatherapy candle in a decorative box ($11) that soothes troubled minds or confuses hungry bees. Illuminate kitchens with the familiar aromas of clove, cinnamon, and nutmeg from the three-piece spice-rack set in glass jars ($16), or give noses a rest with a nonfragranced burgundy candle($12.50–$17). A white special-occasion candle($14) can commemorate a choice of occasions—such as 25 years of marriage or cavity-free dental checkups—with silkscreened messages emblazoned on its flank. Acadian Candle Company also provides customers with ample free parking.