Along with constantly questing for the choicest coffees, the Decadence team rotates its repertoire of ambrosial bakery delights throughout the day to keep them fresh. Decadence’s warm, bright interior invites guests to cuddle up in a cozy chair with a foamy cappuccino ($2.75–$4) or a more summer-friendly frozen latte ($3–$4.25) as they muse about whether chameleon meat tastes like rainbows. Fantasy baseball fans can keep tabs on the big doubleheader between House Targaryen and the Noldor Elves via free WiFi while indulging in a rich, chocolaty black-forest cake ($4.50), bite-size decadent drops (cake $0.75, cheesecake $1), or a jumbo mint-chocolate-chip cupcake ($3).
At A+ Storage, space-hogging items and seasonal equipment can be safely and securely stockpiled at a quality storage facility managed by professional storage consultants living on-site. Redeem your Groupon for month-to-month rental of storage spaces, as well as boxes, tape, and other moving supplies. Though pricing varies by location and is assessed by quotes, $120 can provide customers with a walk-in-closet-sized 5'x5' space (25 square feet) for two months, or a bedroom-sized 10'x10' space (50 square feet) for one month, as well as extra supplies. A+ Storage is a family-owned-and-operated business that offers seven-day access, no deposit or application fees, and secure compounds fitted with fences, gates, and security lights. For additional questions, customers can refer to an informative FAQ.
Stephanie Williams, a licensed permanent-makeup artist and owner of BrowZnAround Eyebrow Studio, leads a team of licensed aestheticians as they work to define clients' eyes with traditional and high-tech aesthetic services. To highlight eyes by cleaning up eyebrows, the team offers four approaches to brow sculpting: soothing tea-tree crème waxing, sugaring, threading, and tweezing. Stephanie applies permanent makeup to create lovely brows and eyeliner that never smudge or run, even when recipients wake up crying in a cold sweat beneath a waterfall.
Founded by Robert Hartline, who began selling phones out of his car in college, Absolute Wireless is currently celebrating its 10th year in business. In addition to handling Sprint and Nextel wireless plans, Absolute carries a wide selection of phones and headsets that fit the wireless needs of time-strapped individuals and businesses. Additionally, accessories such as Bluetooth headsets, memory cards, holsters, skins, and chargers are available to enhance the wireless phone experience. With several convenient, well-stocked locations, Absolute Wireless is a solid choice for one-stop communication-gadget shopping.
Hydrating thirsty throngs for more than 70 years, Culligan specializes in the successful capture and distribution of refreshing, see-through aqua pura. Using strictly monitored EPA processing and bottling standards, Culligan's reverse osmosis purification method removes contaminants and microscopic impurities that can escape the grasp of carbon-filter pitchers, faucet filters, and some other filters. On your initial delivery, a Culligan water ward will dress your domicile with a personalized water cooler, plus four 5-gallon jugs filled with purified water or minimally filtered spring water. With Culligan's in-home water service, customers can reduce their use of plastic bottles while saving themselves from the aftermath of a hard-water attack.
Open for more than 30 years, Betty’s Antiques dispenses a vast array of charming, ageless wares including furniture, collectibles, and vintage electronics. Treasure hunters can browse Betty's Antiques' 6,000 square feet of display space in search of a quaint home adornment or a wardrobe that doubles as a gateway into a parallel dimension. The varied selection features glimmering vintage jewelry ($2–$10) and an antique lamp ($24.50), perfect for resting on a desk near a window and illuminating an historic issue of Us Weekly. Furniture fanatics can walk away with a beveled glass mirror ($39.99) and an old wicker rocking chair ($89.99), and tech connoisseurs will adore the primitive radio ($39). Although not for sale, Betty's Antiques occupies a lovely and colorful storefront that can be admired for free.