Michael St. Clair Fine Cleaners demonstrate a dedication to environmentally sound garment-cleansing practices through the use of eco-friendly cleaning products. In an effort to further reduce their impact upon the earth’s surface, each facility recycles hangers and uses reusable garment bags which function as laundry bags in an effort to keep them out of landfills and on the path to being invited to the same dinner parties as clothing. No stain is a match for the technicians, who evict grime from all manner of items.
Massage therapist Annie is passionate about healthy living; otherwise her skills might stop at the usual Swedish and sports massages. While she excels at these and other conventional modalities, she also practices Ayurvedic massage. Through the Ayurvedic system, she believes that massages should not only help relax muscles, but also balance the constitution of the body to help stave off future health issues.
Wine spills never take Saturdays off. That's why the folks at Liberty Cleaners keep their cleanery open six days a week, transforming dirty clothes of all fabrics back into clean, crisp apparel. They remove stains and dirt from everything from suits and winter jackets to everyday attire and rainbow suspenders, and accept 24-hour drop-offs for owners trying to keep their white linen pants from getting sunburned.
Faranak’s two-day weekend styling workshop at Restyle Today provides a crash course in women's fashion while enhancing students' styling confidence and familiarity with current trends. Groups meet on Saturday for three hours' worth of instruction on the art of wardrobe overhaul, with Faranak imparting lessons in applied fashion basics and how to organize closets to produce well-informed, consistently chic ensembles. Faranak also grants each attendee a makeup and hairstyle analysis, bestowing the same image-augmenting tips she’s given to celebrities and top-rated rodeo clowns. Sunday sessions summon students to one of the city’s top fashion districts—to be revealed at Saturday's workshop—for a two- to three-hour guided shopping excursion. Capped at five to seven students, the course allows for close, individualized attention and personalized souvenir limericks.
Joe's Apartment envelops carousers in an unpretentious atmosphere with live music, engaging bartenders, and a considerable dance floor. Skip the long wait and saunter up to the VIP line with two covers ($24 total) in tow and a yarn carnation tucked into your lapel. Souse a draft beer ($5.75) or get your daily dose of veggies with the signature pickle back, a shot of Jameson followed by a pickle juice chaser. Bartenders genially ring Joe's Bell and salute any tipplers taking a shot or reciting the complete works of Proust, and appearances by alternative rock bands, hip-hop acts, karaoke, stand-up, and house band The Roommates keep the air molecules vibrating with convivial frequencies (see the calendar of events). Bedecked with crystalline chandeliers, gleaming wooden floors, and a lively pool table, the interior glitters with as much decadence as domesticity.