At Salon Papillon, owner Teresa Brewer and her staff of stylists and estheticians beautify clients with a range of hair-care services, mani-pedis, and facials. The staff uses products from more than 20 top industry brands, diversifying their products in order to address each client’s unique style or affinity for gold-plated ponytails.
Helmed by owner Kim Zamel, who apprenticed under the winemakers at Famila Zuccardi in Argentina, The Wine Shack indulges mankind's constant hunger for crushed grapes with more than 425 vinos summoned from around the globe, most of which are priced under $25. After tapping into the shop’s interactive system—which allows customers to scan the bar code on a bottle to learn the wine's price, varietal, appropriate food pairing, and age in grape years—oenophiles can stock their wine dungeons with bottles of fruity brew such as the Riesling Forster Kabinett 2007 or the A to Z Pinot Noir, a deeply colored red that break dances across the palate with an aroma of minerals, red and black cherries, and spice before diving down the throat. Bubbly options are also available for under $30, including the Spanish Albet I Noya Cava Brut, a dry, medium-bodied champagne that pleases the nose with hints of green apple and citrus and teases the ear with dainty gurgles about famous ship christenings of the past.
The Massa family can trace its roots back to two New York pizza legends?both of whom are named Patsy. One, Patsy Grimaldi, founded the famous Grimaldi's in Brooklyn. The other, Patsy Lancieri, was responsible for Patsy's of East Harlem. Given these connections, it's no surprise that the Massas have a knack for the pizza business. They've been serving their signature pies since 1933, and today, they bake each of them inside a coal-fueled oven at temperatures upwards of 900 degrees.
Atop regular, whole-wheat, or gluten-free dough, chefs add toppings such as meatballs and arugula. They also assemble a handful of specialty pizzas, crowned with everything from caramelized onions to whole chopped clams. Items like eggplant parmesan and pepperoni chips round out the menu, complemented by wine, beer, and after-dinner cappuccinos.
Huntington Bay Music's instructors are rarely seen without a guitar in their hands or glued to their stomach. But while they keep their axes close, the teachers also instruct students a variety of other instruments, from piano to violin. To complement their lessons, the duo outfits budding musicians with guitars, also available as rentals.
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