Shopping in Branford

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For more than a century, Ring's End has put quality home improvement products in the hands of homeowners and contractors. A Stanley FatMax level ($30.99) ensures all paintings and ouija boards are hung correctly, and a gallon of Benjamin Moore Regal Classic paint ($40.19) creates a vibrant new hue on staid interior walls. Fiberon composite decking ($2.95+/ft.) helps to craft sturdy, colorful backyard-grilling platforms and arrives backed by a 20-year limited warranty. Handymen and women can keep tools easily accessible, organized, and ready to travel with a Veto Pro Pac tool bag ($144.99), which holds more than 100 hand tools and includes six zippered pockets to hide worksite snacks from Bob Vila.

25 E Industrial Rd
Branford,
CT
US

Part cafe and part convenience store, RV's Quick Mart refuels passersby with a selection of drinks, snacks, and dry goods. The cafe portion of the shop features a full espresso bar that offers more than 10 caffeinated drinks, including cappuccinos, espresso shots, and iced lattes. The rest of the store aims to help patrons stock up pantries or coolers with items such as ice creams, sodas, and cereals.

2341 Foxon Rd.
North Branford,
CT
US

Cool, Classic Clothing with a twist. Modern, but not overdone. Atmosphere, is like being over your friends house and going through their closet...we make you feel at home.

1042 Chapel St
New Haven,
CT
US

In addition to clipping hair into chic and trendy silhouettes, Hair Power Salon's stylists lengthen manes with hair extensions and infuse strands with high beams of color. To transform gnarled hair labyrinths into sleek thoroughfares, the salon administers La-Brasiliana keratin treatments. Unlike other conditioning sessions, which mainly involve stylists hoping really hard at frizzy hair and then smoothing it with their tears of frustration, La Brasiliana gussies up finicky strands with collagen, leaving hair sleek and manageable for up to four months.

920 Whalley Ave
New Haven,
CT
US

Since Jim and Mike Amore opened Jet Cleaners in 1956, the place has become a rite of passage not only for Mike Amore Jr., who worked there as a teen and now represents the third generation of his family's business. The company's Facebook page fondly catalogs photos of staff through the decades, occasionally noting the growth of their careers and families, or marking their passing. The good feelings are mutual, as the community voted Jet Cleaners Elm City's Best Dry Cleaner and Tailor in 2011. Voting with their dollars, the Yale Repertory Theater and Yale Medical School entrust Amore and his team with their costumes and lab coats, a practice begun after hearing the school's dean relied on them to starch his upper lip. A light touch with these delicate materials extends to refreshing heirloom quilts and wedding gowns, as well as tailoring suits.

687 State St
New Haven,
CT
US

The friendly team of peddling professionals at Devil's Gear include certified mechanics who diagnose the aches and pains of bi-cycles in a repair assessment, before administering the required TLC to get it up and running as faithfully as the day it followed you home. The shop's expertise in everything from flats to proper fit adjustment, as well as their ability to service bikes of every make, model, age, and blood type helps explain why they've earned the title of New Haven's Best Bike Shop 2010 by readers of The New Haven Advocate. While this deal is good toward labor services only, Devil's Gear also offers a fleet of rentable bikes ($25.99 a day) to keep cycle-dependent riders from spinning their wheels until their precious velocipedes get back on their feet, though most repairs can be completed in one day.

151 Orange St
New Haven,
CT
US