Jewelry Savers curates a collection of treasures to suit all budgets. Twinkling silver jewelry ($50+) comes in several styles and designs, and jovial jewelry geniuses behind the glass help patrons pinpoint the perfect colored stones ($5+) to complete custom pieces. Clients can decorate necks with shiny star-shaped ($150) and palm-tree-patterned ($270) pendants. Gem-studded earrings ($435) and diamond-encrusted wedding bands ($480) can help express undying devotion to a sweetheart or an imaginary friend, and the entire eye-popping collection puts beauty into the hands of the beholder, leading to a sense of accomplishment rivaling that of a financially successful mime.
A full-service jeweler, Powell Jewelry has been family owned and operated since opening its doors in 1932. Elegant silver chains ($100+) are ideal for draping around naked necks, and conversation-starting designer iPhone cases ($37) boost the flagging self-esteem of older-model smartphones. Outfit lonely, isolated ears with a pair of diamond earrings ($70+) or gemstone solitaire earrings ($19.99+). An assortment of diamond pendants ($79.95+) further showcase the charms of the world's hardest gem. Powell also provides a handy online information section that gives buyers tips on jewelry care, birthstones, and the four Cs of diamonds: cut, color, carat, and crepe, the exchange rate of the gem to thin, french pancakes.
Even though it was built as a filling station in 1931, The Pumphouse made the wise decision to swap out gasoline for pub-style American cuisine ranging from housemade fries and club sandwiches to three different kinds of chicken wings. Its kitchen also whips up signature 8-ounce burgers topped with bacon, chili, cheese, and rings of jalape?o, whose heat can be mitigated by ice-cold drafts of Boulevard Pale Ale. A vintage "lubrication service" sign hangs over the bar as a cheeky nod to the building's past, which is also represented by vintage pumps, cinderblock walls, glass garage doors, and other automotive ephemera.