The Metro Pooch leaves dogs smelling sweet and acting calm after a fun-filled day in their facilities. During day camp, upbeat tunes fill the air as dogs romp around in groups separated by size and temperament. Overnight guests enjoy a suite with radiant heat floors, lavender scented-linen, and soothing canine lullabies, while web-cams give out-of-town owners peace of mind. The Metro Pooch Spa also provides spa treatments that range from bright coats of nail pawlish to medicated baths that soothe itchy skin.
For more than 100 years, Spector Furniture has brightened drab, darkened homes with a vast collection of designer furnishings, accents, and lighting. Patrons peruse the showroom, lined with mirrors (up to $200), sofas ($899+), recliners ($500+), and other room-boosting units from frequently slept in, sat on, and hurdled over suppliers such as Stanley and La-Z-Boy. Attentive associates help find armoires and cabinets to fit your home’s distinct style, ranging from rustic cabins to modern dens. Orders within 20 miles receive free delivery, and all purchases come with free setup, so customers can avoid confusion trying to attach mislabeled legs to dangling chandeliers.
Chefs at Curry King fold together long noodles, shoyu, and Japanese curry to pack curry and ramen dishes into patrons' stomach suitcases. Ramen noodles bathe in bowls of dark miso or white paitan broth, twisting around toppings such as shoyu pork, kimchi, and tofu to create eight savory dishes ($6.25–$7.88) and spell out urgent messages from kitchen utensils. Chicken, pork, or spam katsu ($7.55), swaddled in a coat of breadcrumbs, gambol atop plates with curry rice or tumble onto forks with ramen noodles ($7.25). Other traditional Japanese dishes, such as pork yakisoba ($6.55), eel donburi ($8.88), and shrimp tempura with cold noodles ($7.88) transport taste buds to the Far East without the need for tongue-based teleportation devices.