In addition to stocking its shelves with new goods and gear, Kid to Kid buys and sells gently used items in the time-honored hand-me-down tradition. Rid your child's closet of outgrown garments and make way for new fashions that fit with an assortment of clothing ($3.99+), shoes ($4.99+), toys ($2.99+), maternity apparel ($5.99+), and baby equipment ($19.99+). As you stroll through the stroller-friendly aisles, ogle at merchandise from popular brands such as Gymboree, Children's Place, Gap, Justice, Oshkosh, Fisher Price, Little Tikes, Mattel, Evenflo, Graco, Baby Trend, and more.
Growing up, many young vegetarians suffered through family dinners at restaurants such as Uncle Steak’s Meathouse, where the vegetable side was meatballs cut in the shape of broccoli, and well-meaning relatives suggested that you “just pick the meat out of your spaghetti sauce.” Today's deal gives eco-conscious and vegetarian foodies working near Lutherville a better lunch getaway. For $10, you'll get $25 worth of vegetarian fare and drinks at The Natural Brothers’ Deli & Cafe. The Brothers buy the finest local ingredients from earth-friendly, sustainable sources (except caves), then mix and match them into a green rainbow of foods and flavors.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Microdermabrasion is an FDA-approved, noninvasive treatment that rejuvenates skin through exfoliation, promoting new cell and collagen production, stimulating microcirculation and lymphatic flow, and balancing oil levels to even out skin tone and texture. Faces Med Spa performs DiamondTome microdermabrasion, a treatment system that has traded in the abrasive crystal and cubic-zirconium particles of yesterbrasion for the gentle touch of diamond wands. With this Groupon, you will also receive a VISIA skin-and-complexion analysis, a computerized scan that will reveal below-the-surface damage in the form of spots, unruly pores, variations in skin tone, and sun damage. The scan's collected data will help your skin specialist devise and recommend a treatment plan to prevent future signs of aging. Watch Dr. Scott Gerrish demonstrate the VISIA skin-analysis system on CBS 13.
As a regional manufacturer distributing products within a 500-mile radius, McCormick Paints takes a leadership position in truly green manufacturing and distribution by reducing energy, fuel and emissions in the delivery of products to the marketplace. McCormick Paints operates 24 retail store locations.
Family owned and operated since 1914, Smyth Jewelers lavishes customers with expertly cut gems and attentive service. Fill Valentine's present voids with designer necklaces ($32.50 and up), adorn lonely lobes with earrings ($28 and up), or add panache to foosball matches with sparkling rings ($50 and up). The caring staff will not force shoppers into splurging on baubles, but rather will introduce them to pieces that fit their needs in design and price. Smyth also purveys gifts such as silver platters, wine coasters, crystal decanters, and decorative bowls to fill with fruits, pocket change, or collector edition condiment packets. Perusers of higher-end items may fuse two Groupons to put towards purchases over $300, selecting from shinables such as the 18-karat diamond stud earrings clasped in white gold ($340). Smyth's six certified gemologists ward off showy intruders, admitting only GIA or AGS approved gems with the most refined facets and credible qualities.
The fly-fishing experts at Great Feathers Fly Shop are always willing to help customers choose the perfect knot or select the right material for fly tying. When not selling reels and rods, they teach fly-fishing lessons and head over to the Gunpowder River to fish for trout.
The wide aisles and shelves at MOM's Organic Market's new location teem with certified-organic groceries and produce free of chemicals, pesticides, and fertilizers. Between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., fill a cart or 10-gallon hat with steaming grain bowls, salads, sandwiches, and raw juices from the Naked Lunch Kitchen, a new spot for take-home meals or quick eats on the go. Grocery carts may also be filled with a variety of gourmet cheeses, gluten-free food, sustainably farmed seafood, and local, organic dairy and meat products. GT's Kombucha Gingerade joins assorted Chobani yogurts to create power-packed breakfasts, and Vita Coco coconut water soothes parched straws with electrolytes. A new bulk-food section boasts a selection of local honey, grind-your-own nut butters, heirloom lentils and beans, and olive oils. The storefront, built with renewable materials, fume-fighting low-VOC paint, and energy-efficient skylights with LED bulbs, mirrors its eco-friendly offerings. Outside, ample parking stands ready to accommodate organic-fare-craving motorists.