A healthy lifestyle can only happen with access to healthy food. And that was the impetus for Natural Foods Warehouse founder Alan Purcell to build his store: to give his community easy access to natural foods and wholesome vitamins. The shelves of the store’s four expansive locations are packed with specialty products, ranging from sugar-free drinks to vitamins and supplements from popular brands such as Garden of Life and New Chapter and Amazing Grass brand superfoods. Towering refrigerators house organic dairy and eggs, while a wine section is stocked with quaffable varietals. A knowledgeable staff guides patrons by the hand or by pig Latin–encoded messages over the stores' loudspeakers, broadcasting where to find diet-specific items, such as Crunchmaster gluten-free crackers.
Four Seasons Nail Spa's staffers have more than 30 years of experience. And they take their motto, “Indulge Yourself”, seriously. To that end, they render six different kinds of pedicures. During an herbal spa pedicure, for one, a certified nail technician preps feet in a salt soak before removing dead skin cells with a natural sugar scrub. The technician also massages candle wax oil into skin and follows that up with a hot-rock massage and hot-towel wrap. During other pedicures, a nail technician scrubs feet with milk and honey or treats cracked heals with crushed allspice berry.
The staff can also perform luxe treatments on hands during manicures that may soften skin with heated mittens or fruit from the African baobab tree. Pampering doesn’t stop there. The nail salon also presents facials, threading, and waxing services.
Since opening its doors in May of 2002, K-la has earned a reputation as the go-to boutique for stylish and savvy shoppers in search of the perfect outfit. K-la is a fashion forward store that provides an exceptional selection of the hottest trends from New York and Los Angeles designers at affordable prices.
Co-owners John Harmon and Jerry Campanella meld fashionable tastes and their combined 70 years of experience to create a fashionable oasis populated by mannequins clad in upscale designer apparel. Joseph Abboud 100% wool dress pants ($98.50) cascade down shins while Forsyth wrinkle-resistant shirts ($75) adorn men during work, play, or the middle ground that professional referees occupy. J. Harrington also carries a selection of custom shirts ($130+) and Bocara neckties ($45) that negate the need to tattoo torsos with a new, form-fitting outfit every week. Those looking for casual but still upscale clothing can opt for Non Fiction classic T-shirts ($25) or polo knit shirts. Much like the legal definition of treason, J. Harrington's inventory of menswear changes often, ensuring that each visit unveils some new product.
Fab’rik has garnered a lot of praise and wolf whistles from the press thanks to its wide range of women’s apparel and accessories. With the change of seasons imminent, stock up on fall fashions so that you’re not forced to craft makeshift loincloths out of jack-o’-lanterns when the summer outfit you’re wearing magically vanishes. Attract admiring looks with a paisley silk top ($52) or dazzle lumberjacks with a pair of suede chain flats ($28) during flirtatious log-rolling contests. A striking fringe one-shoulder dress ($58) will give you the power to turn heads of passersby and sashay past territorial badgers unharmed, while the big buddha carrie handbag ($68) comfortably accommodates knickknacks and jars of nail clippings. Fab’rik’s helpful, fashion-forward staff is on hand at all times to help you piece together gorgeous get-ups for your life-size action figures, and will dislodge the heads of any customers who mistake a pair of skinny jeans for a top.