Best Mattress manufactures and stocks a snooze-inducing spread of hand-crafted mattresses, which are individually bench built by a single craftsman and then packed with raw materials such as genuine latex foam and Lura Flex innerspring units to provide durable cushioning and good night sleeps. Papa bears hibernate on firm Elegance Orthopedics ($274 full, $309 queen, $399 king) while Goldilocks enjoy just-right slumbers on the medium-firm Ultima ($499 full, $549 queen, $749 king). Browse the website for a full list of products and pricing. Like pizza and singing fish heads, Best Mattress mattresses can be ordered online, in-store, or over the phone, and free local delivery is included with today's deal.
Solarice Wellness Spas rejuvenate exhausted extremities with the essential mani-pedi treatment. As you relax in the cozy sanctuary, Solarice's skilled keratin-croppers will shape your nails and give your cuticles a compassionate caring for previously only afforded to fallen baby birds. With their tips shiny and polished, clients’ glove-fillers and boot-occupiers will leave the spa feeling clean and refreshed, boasting a healthy sheen that rings of tension relief and increased circulation. The essential manicure and pedicure lasts approximately 75 minutes. You can also apply the value of your Groupon toward add-ons or upgrades; just pay the remainder of the cost during your visit.
Sporting News Grill offers nine 52-inch high-definition televisions and a zone sound system, offering a panoply of sporting events with coordinated aural stimuli. This upscale sports bar offers a menu that combines the best of pub fare with the greatest of gourmet.
Michael Hicks took his first behind-the-scenes restaurant job at the age of 15 as a dishwasher for Applebee's. But since being an electronic appliance is an exhausting occupation, he soon realized his interest really lay in cooking, and he moved from the sink to the cutting board. He went on to hone his skills at Capri's and The Blue Heron before enrolling at the Culinary Institute at Carolina in 2003. At DeLucca's Italian Grill, Hicks and his tight-knit crew concoct sumptuous entrees such as slow-roasted osso buco, veal parmesan, and pumpkin ravioli made by hand. They also hand-toss pizza and whip up warm soups such as chicken with gnocchi. An inviting space with ruddy hardwood floors, candles flecking tables, and ochre walls, the dining room falls in line with the elegance of Hicks’s food.
"We use the best soaps, solvents and equipment available to the industry. We do not take short cuts," Tripp Penninger told Columbia Metropolitan in 2011, one year after the magazine's readers voted Tripp's Fine Cleaners as the best dry cleaners in Columbia. Grandson of the couple that founded the business in 1987, Tripp and his staff of nearly 100 employees have earned their prestige; as Sanitone-certified master dry cleaners, they've carefully cleaned thousands of garments and have been trusted with preserving the wedding gowns of brides in South Carolina and beyond.
They clean regular laundry with low-temperature water, ensuring that nothing shrinks or becomes misshapen, and they use special procedures for high-end garments, making sure to wine and dine Chanel suits before removing wine or dinner stains. Tripp’s seamstresses are on hand to remedy ill-fitting garments, usually returning alterations in about three days. The staff picks up and drops off items free of charge in specified areas and offers complimentary seasonal storage with the purchase of cleaning.
“It’s like having Mr. Rogers teach your child to swim,” said one parent who left it up to The Swim Lessons Company’s Jim Reiser to show her child the secrets of not sinking. A third-generation swim teacher and coach, Jim approaches his pupils from a gentle, comforting angle that’s especially calibrated to meet the needs of infants, preschoolers, and adults disguised as Toys 'R' Us kids, employing fun activities and drills to impart skills. His friendship with water began in elementary school, and it was a friendship destined to last. To pay for college, Jim leased the university pool and used it to train young swimmers; he went on to teach aquatic courses at the University of South Carolina and lead multiple swimmers to state championships. "The Swim Professor"—a nickname Jim earned after founding Swim Lessons University, an online learning resource loaded with educational videos—now spends his days sharing the magic of swimming with people of every age, imparting the tips and tricks they'll need to survive in a pool, from holding their breath to performing a proper backstroke and catching Marco Polo.