The garment gurus at each of DryClean USA's more than 400 locations in the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America employ advanced dry-cleaning technology to gently rid clothing of smirches and smudges. With membership, a wardrobe and its owner enjoys such perks as 20% off all dry cleaning for the year, $0.30 off all dress shirts, and a complimentary laundry bag for superhero costume changes in a post-phone-booth world.
True ramen takes more than just boiling noodles for three minutes. At Nori, the kitchen serves up steaming bowls of scratch-made authentic ramen, teeming with slices of meat and noodles. The pooling yolks of soft-boiled eggs add color, along with chopped green onions and kernels of sweet corn. Customers can also warm their bellies with Japanese and Thai dishes??including slow-braised pork belly, Thai chicken wonton soup, pad thai, and New York strip steak with basil sauce??which are served in a cozy eatery with cushioned white chairs and a mirrored wall.
For more than 20 years, Florida Shirt & Laundry Co.’s staff have used their 7,000-square-foot facility and dual Boca Raton locations to clean garments and items of all shapes and sizes. Using eco-friendly products and nontoxic substances, they dole out a massive list of cleaning services that range from dry cleaning and shirt laundering to cleaning fine linens, drapes, and blankets. They also specialize in wash-and-fold services, tailoring, and cleaning silk, leather, and suede.
Green Children's House works toward a better future in two ways: by maintaining eco-friendly practices, and by doing its part in creating the next generation of environmental leaders. Established in 2008, the non-profit school has built its educational approach on the findings of Dr. Maria Montessori, making it a Montessori school.
This approach emphasizes activity-based learning, allowing children to pick up skills at their own pace instead of forcing them to join packs of street-wise cats. During class time, students aged 3 months to 10 years interact with staff members while learning about science, math, arts, and even non-traditional subjects such as gardening. No matter the subject, though, the school makes good on its Green name by using paper only when necessary and utilizing technology that adheres to the same earth-friendly philosophy.