LuckyVitamin.com is an online retailer devoted to vitamins, minerals, and nutritional supplements, and has curated products from more than 1,100 wellness brands. Though vast, the selection is easily shopped, as the site can be searched by category (men's health, sports nutrition, etc.) or vitamin type. And because LuckyVitamin.com knows that people interested in their internal wellness are more likely to be interested in a holistic approach to health, they carry much more than just vitamins and supplements. In their online catalog, shoppers can browse an expansive selection of everything from organic skincare and aromatherapy products to water purification systems and green cleaning supplies. Perhaps the largest section of the site is devoted to health foods, where you can find items as varied as instant coffee infused with probiotics and cashew butter infused with cashews.
Bywood Seafood Market brings more than 75 years of experience to the curation and sale of succulent seafood, freshly snatched from the ocean. An extensive menu of seafaring fauna lets shoppers take their pick of the ocean's bounty, including sea scallops ($17.98/lb.) and live crab ($27/doz.), perfect for crafting an optimally fresh meal or employing conductors for burgeoning aquarium orchestras. Hand-cut fillets of such fish as salmon ($13.98/lb.) and flounder ($13.98/lb.) can throw themselves straight onto the grill for last-minute-dinner cooking. Combo dishes such as the flounder, shrimp, and scallop platter ($11.95) provide saltwater-bred sustenance to hungry party-goers, and New England clam chowder ($6.95/cup) warms cockles left chilled from seeing a beloved child actor all grown up.
An influx of European immigrants to Argentina in the 20th century left the country’s kitchens reeling with new recipes. Not surprising then that Argentine chef Daniel Lucci deftly knits together flavors from South America, the United States, and the Mediterranean. Pastas pop with Argentine reggianito cheese, and South American fish marinated in cajun spices or white-wine sauces perch atop beds of rice. After dining, companions can tote home bottles of Chef Lucci’s balsamic dressing, which once emptied, double as guestrooms for visiting genies.
Brown is the color of choice at Newton Chocolatier's sleek new location—from the warm wood floors to the cocoa-hued walls to the handmade treats that change with the seasons and holidays. The tasty wares, presented beneath a gleaming glass case, may include ghost-shaped pops or snowmen made the traditional way—with chocolate and stuffed with peanut butter.