In its third generation as a family-owned butcher shop, Yore Butchers wields a meat-carving team that draws upon a lifetime’s worth of slicing experience to produce pristinely fresh cuts and prepared foods. Sink mouth mincers into the shop's USDA Choice or higher meats, such as thin sausage with cheese and parsley ($5.99/lb.) or Italian-style veal cutlets ($12.99/lb.), each of which comes with a letter of recommendation from its peers. Customers can also pick from Yore's line of specialty items and ready-to-cook dishes.
Dr. Alexander Wu turns back aging clocks with FDA-approved Botox injections administered in a contemporary ophthalmology office or in clients' homes. The minimally invasive treatment soothes the underlying muscles that contract and cause the face's delicate skin to create fine lines, wrinkles, and mixed signals when singing "Happy Birthday." The quick and almost painless procedure can plump up crow's-feet surrounding the eyes, vertical blinds descending on foreheads, or furrowing lines framing the mouth for up to four months. Full results may take up to a few days to appear, but if posttreatment visages find a resistant wrinkle a week later, Dr. Wu will happily touch up the needed area for free. This deal also gifts Grouponers with discounted rates toward refractive and cataract surgeries.
Elm Health carries organic grocery, produce, skin care and cosmetic products as well as a wide array of nutritional supplements. We also have a juice bar and a full-service pharmacy inside the store. Come in to speak to our friendly and knowledgeable staff about all your health needs!
Headquartered in a quaint storefront in Teaneck and voted (201) magazine’s 2011 Best of Bergen Best-Kept Secret, Picklelicious sells homemade New York–style pickles and other gourmet treats. Owner Robyn Samra hand-packs the shop's pickles using local ingredients such as New Jersey–grown cucumbers and the spirit of Bruce Springsteen. Customers can shop online or stop by in person to stock up on the veggies formerly known as cucumbers, along with other tangy preserved goodies. Stick to the classics with a quart of kosher dills ($10), accessorize burgers with a pint of sweet pickle chips ($7), or punish rebellious taste buds with a quart of hot and spicy pickles ($10). Picklelicious also offers up gourmet olives, sauces and dips, penny candy, and gift baskets, and treats all guests to a free pickle-on-a-stick on Sundays.
Dorian's Seafood Market supplies an oceanic array of fresh and prepared seafood. Though prices at Dorian's vary with the fluctuating tides of the market, past specials have included wild striped bass from Montauk ($24/pound) and local or wild bluefish ($5/pound). Chef Pedro and his staff can help patrons make wise fish selections before filleting them on site, ensuring the hands of customers can lead long lives full of lotion gloves and being blown on by the warm breath of babies.