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The Cheese Store's on-site cheese aging facility allows its artisan, farmhouse, and imported cheeses to reach their flavor-packed peak ripeness. The Cheese Store stocks more than 10 cow and sheep varieties of blue cheeses, and its bloomy rind cheeses have no chemical stabilizers and melt on the tongue like buttery, rich snowflakes. Grate a pile of salty Pecorino Romano ($12.99/lb.) atop your favorite pasta to pique its flavor, or spread creamy Humboldt Fog goat cheese ($22.99/lb) on a toasted baguette. Stinky washed rind cheeses, such as the savory Morbier ($15.99/lb.), are often used by grizzly bears and as a delicate perfume.
720 Monroe St
Hoboken,
NJ
US
Hoboken Family Pharmacy is a full service family owned & operated business, where our goal is to provide you with a personalized service that meets all your medical needs. Open 7 days week & offer FREE delivery to Hoboken and the surrounding areas.
307 1st St
Hoboken,
NJ
US
Licensed acupuncturist Ariele Myers works to help patients achieve a healthier lifestyle through acupuncture and other holistic treatments. Though Ariele's Apothecary specializes in using acupuncture to treat women's fertility issues, the staff members can also target their services to ease arthritis pain, digestive disorders, and depression, alongside a variety of other conditions. But acupuncture needles can be used for more than just addressing medical issues and destroying balloon animals?they can also treat cosmetic issues. During Dermapen microneedling, therapists use a pen with 11 thin needles in each disposable tip to erase fine lines, reduce under-eye bags, and reveal overall younger-looking skin.
80 Park Ave
Hoboken,
NJ
US
Dr. Wei Hai Li and his licensed aestheticians infuse holistic Chinese medicine into Spring Thyme Day Spa's skin-pampering and holistic-health therapies. Descended from a long line of acupuncturists, Dr. Li formalized family knowledge at Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine through degrees in acupuncture and herbal medicine. The doctor pours his near half-century of expertise into whipping up unique, herbal tonics for each recipient of his custom facial, and has developed a specialty in easing painful fibromyalgia and overcoming reproductive problems with acupuncture and condensation collected from Barry White LPs. The team of licensed massage therapists reaches beyond Swedish and deep-tissue bodywork with 15 modalities, including thai yoga, prenatal, and anma, an ancient Chinese technique that gave rise to Japanese shiatsu.
40 Exchange Place
New York,
NY
US
Of Delmonico Cafe's "copious international smorgasbord," New York magazine says, "You could get lunch to go here for six straight months and never eat the same thing twice." Indeed, the chefs prepare a dazzling array of hot and cold foods every day, ranging from cuban paninis and california cheeseburgers to korean kimchi-tofu soup and japanese udon. Gourmet sandwiches gain bragging rights with Boar's Head meat and a choice of freshly baked bread, whereas vegetarian varieties make ample use of fresh produce. Chefs also dish up breakfast all day long, pairing Western-style omelets and grits with an espresso from the coffee bar. Like the cuisine, the ambiance is both elegant and comforting. The delicatessen comes alive with rich wooden floors, leather-like banquettes, and spells from a fairy godmother.
150 E 42nd St
New York,
NY
US
Take a trip to Fine and Schapiro for choice kosher cuisine. The menu at Fine and Schapiro is loaded with gluten-free and low-fat options. With its kid-friendly vibe, Fine and Schapiro is a great spot for families to chow down. Get to dinner early — Fine and Schapiro does not accept reservations. Take it nice and easy at Fine and Schapiro, where casual dress is the rule of the day. Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Fine and Schapiro for their catering services. It's been too long since you've had a great meal at home. Order takeout or delivery from Fine and Schapiro and enjoy! null A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more. Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Fine and Schapiro since it serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
138 W 72nd St
New York,
NY
US