Got Laundry Chicago's tidying troupes pick up bundles of clothes, sheets, shoes, and tablecloths from houses, apartments, and assisted-living facilities, then clean, repair, and return them in approximately two days. With basic laundry and dry-cleaning services available at $2 per pound, you can use this Groupon for four weekly pick-ups of 5 pounds, a single pick-up of 20 pounds, seven pick-ups of approximately 2.86 pounds, or another combination that adds up to 20 pounds. Got Laundry's launderers and laundresses arrive at doorsteps, remove the offending bundle, and transport it safely to a plant in Morton Grove. Standard laundry and dry-cleaning services include sorting for color and texture, washing, ironing, folding or hanging, and free delivery.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Offering: Low-priced large home appliances
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
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Despite its rustic name, Liquor Barn purveys a wide array of sophisticated libations. Its shelves span continents with their stock—wines hail from Europe, South America, and Australia, and more than 2,000 domestic and imported beers appease hops aficionados. As for spirits, the store carries a mix of popular brands—Bacardi and Smirnoff among them—and exclusive collectibles, such as the cask-matured Auchentoshan 1975 limited-release bourbon, 1 of only 500 bottles ever produced. These coveted pieces display craftsmanship both inside and outside their containers. Tequila bottles, for example, might resemble painted skulls or ceramic cacti, instead of traditional flasks.
The staff facilitates purchases with onsite expertise. Each of the two Liquor Barn locations boasts specialists on certain types of drinks, from cognacs to craft beers. During social events, they showcase their know-how by leading pairing dinners, weekly free tastings, and cooking demonstrations along with special guests. Employees needn't be in the store to furnish parties, either: they can ferry drinks to nearby locales in a fleet of delivery trucks powered by popping champagne corks.
Established around 1937, American Science & Surplus, a science-related hobby store, equips curious customers with gadgets that fulfill educational pursuits. For customers working on science experiments, the shop carries lab supplies and equipment such as burner stands, microscopes, and petri dishes. Tinkerers can pick up spare parts for their projects, such as power adapters or wheels to help with building model cars or turning TV remote controls into cat toys. The shop's inventory also includes robot parts, school and art supplies, and home accessories such as flexible chopping mats, cheeseburger-shaped kitchen timers, and desk toys.