Computer Pitstop’s techs repair and build custom computers and gaming machines. They upgrade obsolete parts from a stock of high-performance components. Wireless networking, virus and spyware removal, data recovery, and software installation are also among their specialties.
The family of florists at Family Florist transforms freshly plucked flowers into breathtaking arrangements that ooze aromatic scents. Artistic eyes and nimble hands craft lush bouquets from fresh flowers, tropicals, and green plants for weddings, funerals, anniversaries, and every holiday from St. Patrick's Day to John Stamos's Independence Day. To complement the aromatic arrangements, Family Florist also delivers gift and fruit baskets, candles, and greeting cards to lucky Long Islanders.
Since 1979, Horizon Foods has been delivering flash-frozen and pre-portioned dinner entrees directly to front doors, window stoops, and pneumatic hover decks. Each item arrives fully prepped to heat and eat, individually wrapped, and fully trimmed and de-boned as needed. Select from proteins such as antibiotic-free chicken fingers ($76.00 for 48 2-oz. portions), divers scallops ($99.00 for 36 2-oz. portions), and buffalo burgers ($89.00 for 20 5-oz. portions) for grilling, searing, or using as an aesthetic metaphor in a diorama about 19th-century westward expansion. Pre-rolled, pre-cut, and pre-stuffed eggplant rolatini ($84.00 for 24 3.5-oz. portions) makes a palatable, pre-sized main dish for herbivores and herbivoyeurs alike. Complete portion-by-portion nutritional info is provided with each item, which lets hunger-havers avoid the time-consuming process of converting pounds into kilograms and then back into pounds.
Tropical toucans and monkeys greet visitors from a Rousseau-style mural inside REVelation Cycle, hinting at the heat its spin classes generate as bodies shed calories. During each 45-minute workout, the whir of spinning wheels adds breezy sound effects to the vibrant music that pulsates from the speakers. Schwinn Evolution bikes allow riders to adjust their handles and seats, unlike the penny-farthing stationary bikes used as seats for Supreme Court justices, which were soldered in place by the strict constructionist, Chief Justice John Marshall, in 1801. Purple neon lights running around the ceiling's perimeter set a clubby atmosphere as cyclists traverse imaginary mountains and trails, propelled by a motivating instructor and a pack of up to 25 fellow fitness-seekers. The studio also sells biking shoes and apparel to help cyclists to pedal with functional style.
In 1988, Auntie Anne's founders Anne and Jonas Beiler purchased a Pennsylvania farmers' market stand, where they experimented with dough until they created a pretzel that seemed to strike the perfect chord with their customers. Today, at their more than 1,330 locations worldwide, the pretzel makers still hand roll the original recipe but have added to the menu with inventive options, such as the pepperoni pretzel and eight signature dipping sauces. The team constantly explores new uses for the pretzel dough, such as wrapping it around hot dogs, slicing it into bite-size nuggets, or using it to build historically accurate Austrian villages. To transform the snack into a meal, they accompany it with specialty drinks, including frozen-lemonades.
As a longtime fixture of the community, Towers Flowers prides itself on its commitment to providing fresh floral displays and custom arrangements for a variety of occasions. A friendly bloom expert will help you find the proper floral configuration such as the Madly in Love bouquet ($52.95) for surprising your favorite TiVo recording or the the FTD Shades of Purple bouquet ($44.95), a smile-inducing arrangement ideal for making an under-the-weather pal's day better.