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Partnering with ranchers throughout the Midwest, Homeland Steaks ships juicy cuts of natural, grass-fed meats. Customers delve through a dense collection of carnivores’ delights, including bacon-wrapped filet mignon, free-range chicken breasts, and mammoth, 24-ounce porterhouse steaks. The online marketplace also works with food sources off the coast, bringing in fresh lobsters from Maine or cornish game hens from the Isle of Corn.

5100 N 27th St STE A2
Lincoln,
NE
US

Footloose & Fancy believes in a two-pronged philosophy: its owners are deeply committed to both protecting the environment and to outfitting people of all ages with comfortable, fashionable clothing that help them to achieve a healthy lifestyle. To combine these two passions, the eco-conscious business only carries clothing from brands devoted to using recycled materials, biodegradable vegetable dyes, and environmentally friendly production methods, such as The North Face.

After equipping customers for more than three decades, Footloose & Fancy has learned to keep up with the latest trends. Recently, they've panned back their eco-friendly and trend-spotting telescope to focus on clothing, too, stocking up on jackets, coats, and outdoor garb from The North Face, Patagonia, Arc'teryx, Kuhl, and Fjallraven, as well as women's workout apparel from Lol? and yoga apparel from Prana.

1219 P St
Lincoln,
NE
US

Amid bright green walls, hardwood floors, and natural light streaming through windows, Tangerine’s staff of five experienced stylists reinvigorates frayed head threads with well-trained scissors and careful dye-brushes. One of these master hair shamans will sense your innermost hair-yearnings and then direct scissors in tune with your thoughts and dreams, letting his or her creative forces flow wildly onto your scalp for a haircut that revolutionizes the way you look in the mirror—inside and out. After your hair has been cut, it’ll change colors like a head-top chameleon and be styled to your specifications. You'll wander into the streets with a chic coiffure, which often translates into a youthful strut and a plethora of compliments from friends, strangers, and the insides of hats.

221 South 9th Street
Lincoln,
NE
US

Pacific & Maine adorns ladies and gents in fashionable threads from renowned national brands such as Hurley and Aéropostale, and the shop’s Husker department suits up spirited sports fans with University of Nebraska merchandise. Shoppers can zip-up a pair of women's jeans ($29.99) or cloak themselves in the warm fibers of a sweater ($21.99) to prepare for perilous treks through the grocery store’s frozen-food aisle. A scarf ($16.95) coils around bare collars and a men's button-down shirt ($17.99) embraces muscle-mottled upper-bodies. Pacific & Maine also helps students, alumni, and spiteful carrots flaunt their school of choice with Nebraska Cornhuskers sweatshirts ($20) or long-sleeve shirts ($19.99).

1339 O Street
Lincoln,
NE
US

Weathered azure and stretchy navy, intricate stitching and gleaming studs—denim comes in all variations and with myriad embellishments at Edge Women's and Men's Apparel. Jeans from Miss Me, Rock Revival, Big Star, and MEK USA DNM stuff wardrobes alongside jeggings by Mavi, which hug legs tightly enough to help reassure friends that you haven’t stolen their record collection. These pair with a constantly changing array of tops that are draped, beaded, and sequined according to the latest trends, or comfy T-shirts from the likes of Velvet Stone. Men, meanwhile, can slip on button-downs and polo shirts, and everyone can show their team spirit with Huskers apparel. Free alterations ensure that garments don’t fall off during pogo-stick competitions, and accessories from cowboy boots and flip-flops to belts and Jessica Simpson sunglasses add the finishing touches to ensembles.

1501 Pine Lake Rd. #11
Lincoln,
Nebraska
US

Phone Fix USA’s trained techs have been keeping communication lines open and running smoothly for a quarter of a century, since the ancient art of shouting evolved into the smartphones of today. They repair or replace parts damaged by water, with broken screens, and suffering from dying batteries for brands such as Apple, Samsung, and HTC. They also outfit these devices with accessories from OtterBox and Ballistic, and sell used and refurbished parts and phones to help their guests stay in touch for less.

3865 South St
Lincoln,
NE
US