Skinny Tees' selection of seamless, snug-fitting camisoles, T-shirts, and other one-size-fits-most women's wear hugs curves, slimming down wearers' figures as much as two sizes. Camisoles in more than 50 colors beg to become part of layered outfits and fit snugly without rolling up, keeping bellybuttons from showing off during yoga or long escalator rides. Dresses and leggings, also crafted in a single size, are available in hues and prints including black, bubblegum pink, and leopard turquoise. American factories turn out the items when they are not being used for car weddings, and the threads' stretchy, soft construction is ideal for expectant mothers.
Click and Improve is an online database that fixes homeowners up with licensed contractors, repairmen, and industry experts. With hundreds of services available at the click of a computer mouse, the business's online process breaks down the exact details—and the exact price—of each service before sending a home-improvement specialist to the site. Customers use a drop-down menu to choose the service they need completed, and after filling out a thorough questionnaire and birthday wish list, they can attach videos and photos to their web account to more accurately convey repair needs. Click and Improve then rounds up competitive bids or offers pre-priced services, and upon the job's completion, homeowners relay their feedback through the company's website.
The practiced gastronomic engineers behind Taverna Sofia serve up authentic, homespun Greek dishes, pleasing each persnickety palate in the restaurant's warm, casual setting. Delectable dips and lavish portions top the lunch and dinner menus. Sate fickle Parthenon tribunals with the cold appetizer platter ($9 small, $12 large), with tangy tzatziki, the eggplant-derived smoky kjopolo, a classic homemade hummus, and more, fully equipped with a treasure chest of dunking devices. Leaf-eaters go ga-ga for the vegetarian mousaka ($15), a fresh blend of eggplant, zucchini, potato, and tomato, while fishyphiles go scaly for the sizeable hunk of salmon ($21) broiled with fresh herbs and garlic. Before you snag the tab, reserve a clean pocket of stomach space for the succulent Sofia cream cake ($6), a delight that will water the mouth and fertilize your internal squash garden.
The framing specialists at Galleria on Third design and build artful borders to accentuate and protect works of art. Visitors receive warming welcomes from the natural woodwork of the shop's façade. A consultation with a skilled craftsman helps determine the ideal frame for a piece, from antique mouldings to shadow boxes and electric fences to hold in mischievous portraits. In addition to providing museum-quality framing and matting services for posters and family photos, the frame emporium displays an eclectic selection of original artwork by notable contemporary artists. Galleria on Third also supports charities through annual benefit shows.