A philosopher at heart, Nick Horman sought to find the perfect pickle. Unable to achieve this pinnacle of crunchy taste, he founded Horman’s Best Pickles to provide customers with diverse and quality pickles. His shop’s philosophy draws from Socrates’ wisdom in Plato’s Apology, exclaiming that “the unexamined pickle is not worth eating.” With this dedication to quality in mind, he sells 11 varieties of specialty pickles including kosher dill, sweet Cajun, red flannel, honey mustard, and new dill. Patrons can purchase the pickles through his regular appearances at local farmer’s markets and in the back of your refrigerator.
Wine U Design’s mission is to educate the public about viniculture and help share fun, social experiences that hone in on wine's many facets. Infinitely more delicious than local bubblegum tastings, Wine U Design holds wine-tasting events, where visitors can sample in-house, artisan-crafted wines paired with carefully curated appetizers. Tour the winery, from the oak aging barrels to the pine fountain-of-youth barrels, and allow guest speakers to upgrade collective wine wisdom with informative discussions about the grape-sourced and festive beverage.
When Sunita Sadhnani received her graduate degree in kathak dance and classical music back in India, she could have struck out on her own as a professional dancer and musician. Instead, she took her considerable talents to a place far less familiar with the art forms in which she specialized: the United States. She founded Bollyarts and brought aboard a staff of experienced instructors to grant American students insight into Bollywood's colorful, electrifying, and narrative dance moves. There, classes range from classical Indian dance forms such as Bollywood, bhangra, and kathak to the contemporary moves of hip-hop to exercise-focused sessions of yoga and Bollywood fitness. The studio offers its students frequent opportunities to perform locally, in neighboring states, state-shows with Bollywood celebrities, and sometimes both.
Levittown Ford's showrooms and lots present a sleek inventory of new Ford sedans, SUVs, and vans as well as pre-owned domestic and imported vehicles. The dealership’s VIP Plus Program promises a slew of perks, including unlimited oil changes, a loaner car program, and 24/7 towing services. A couple miles away at the South Broadway service department, Ford-factory-trained technicians shower cars with attention and install genuine factory parts to replace parts that broke or converted to Luddism. Cars can also swing by to get their fill of clean lube before gunning off for another 3,000-mile joyride.
The tailors at Legacy New York create handsome custom shirts and suits designed to fit customers' sizes and specifications. Online buyers customize their order by first selecting the fabric. They can choose from fine Italian cottons, European linens, and Asian silks—most of which are available in an assortment of patterns, such as herringbone, pinstripe, or windowpane. Then they specify the details, such as fit, pocket styles, lining color, and buttons. Guests can accessories with an assortment of ties, cufflinks, or emboss their purchase with a monogram.
Fresh & Frosty serves build-your-own salads and steaming hot soups, along with frozen yogurt and sweet Frostees?frozen blends of fresh fruit and yogurt. Customers can nibble on a tuna-salad wrap before digging into freshly made frozen yogurt in a variety of flavors. In addition to being a delectable treat, the yogurt contains probiotic strains that assist with digestion and strengthen the immune system.