Inspired by cuisines of the world, Collette at Sunflower Catering whips up meals with seasonal and natural ingredients, as well as pinches of exotic spice. From harissa-infused Israeli-style couscous and hoisin chicken to American-style chicken pot pie, Sunflower Catering customizes its menus to suit hosts' tastes and budgets. Sunflower Catering sets up each meal buffet-style and returns to collect loaned servingware after guests have gone home or curled up under the table.
Brasserie 214 traces its roots far across the space-time continuum. The original iteration of the restaurant launched way back in 1938, but recent renovations and menu evolutions have brought French, Northern Italian, Belgian, German, and Scandinavian culinary traditions to the fore. Entrees such as salmon niçoise and duck à l'orange, as well as specialty schnitzels, exemplify the kind of elegant dinner, lunch, and brunch fare prepared by the skilled chefs. Imported beers and stateside craft brews pour from the taps to complement that selection. Of course, it wouldn't be a Long Island brasserie or a valid retirement destination without a robust cocktail selection. To that end, bartenders mix together specialty martinis, sangria, and sidecars with Bacardi, Disaronno, and fresh lemon juice served in a sugar-rimmed martini glass.
Deep-cleansing facials. Relaxing massages. Feather hair extensions. These are just three of the treatments that await Luxury Pet Spa & Boutique's canine and feline visitors. The spa staff believes that pets deserve the same luxury afforded to their human counterparts, and this is reflected in everything from its hypoallergenic products, to its holistic pet food, to its decor: chocolate-colored walls, cushy armchairs, and the stained wood table Lassie used to write her memoirs. Chandeliers spill light across the treatment rooms, where groomers shampoo fur, trim nails, and cleanse ears. However, these are just the preliminary steps to an animal makeover. The groomers also style fur with the finesse of hairdressers and use airbrushes to paint fur with colorful accents.
A practicing veterinarian since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine in 1984, Dr. Keith Niesenbaum cares for four-legged friends as the owner and medical director at Crawford Dog & Cat Hospital. Alongside senior associate vet Dr. Brian Spar, Dr. Niesenbaum and his staff treat ailing pets in three facilities that offer inpatient and outpatient care and also make house calls.
For more than 50 years, Adelphi’s staff of soiled-clothing cleaners has been removing stains from grubby garments with reinvigorating dry-cleaning services with pickup and delivery options in the Garden City area. Let Adelphi pickup your corrupted clothing, or drop it off in store for a thorough inspection. Adelphi’s staff will scourge for coffee spots, paw prints, and children's ketchup-painted hand-portraits before initiating a stringent scrubbing in a filth-obliterating eco-friendly Firbimatic cleaning machine. Adelphi tenderly tends to threads of all types, restoring sweaters to stain-free snuggly-ness ($4.99) and dresses to unadulterated sultriness ($10.59), while polluted pants ($5.35) and crumpled suits ($11.50) are more than sufficiently spruced for romantic first dates or for a contract signing to write french fry-inspired haikus. For customers with problems beyond cleanliness conundrums, Adelphi also performs an array of accoutrement-accentuating services. Pickup and delivery are only available for customers within a 10-mile radius of Garden City.