The factory-trained sleep experts at Mattress Matters strive to help customers get up on the right side of the bed with a wide range of mattress brands and types. Clients count fewer sheep than ever before on a Simmons Beautyrest queen set, whose motion-separating, pocketed coil springs and highly trained shepherds fill nights with uninterrupted REM cycles ($699+). Developed by NASA, the Tempur-Pedic bed conforms to every nook and cranny of the body, supporting perfect spinal alignment and comfort ($1,199+). Media mogul Donald Trump's line of luxury slumber vehicles boasts KoolComfort memory foam and a top-layer quilt to caress bodies and minds into dreamland ($849+), and the Sealy Posturpedic's orthopedically correct support aids in creating ache-free days and z-filled nights ($579+).
Founded in 1907 as an exclusive haunt for elegant businessmen, The Canton Club showers guests in grandeur with its elegant dining, décor, and theater productions. Delight a date with Scarlet Fever—A Romantic Comedy, a Top of the Town Production that turns a bitter breakup and vengeful plan into a rousing rendezvous, filled with music, a mischievous cupid, and mistaken identity. Each ticket includes an all-you-can-eat meal with soda, coffee, and tea; late-night laughs can also be supplemented with the on-site cash bar. Enjoy a romantic evening with a significant other or clingy patent lawyer bathed in the majestic Canton Club atmosphere, fully garnished with working fireplaces and Tennessee marble. The curtains part for Scarlet Fever at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 5 p.m.
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Since Roscoe Village’s restoration, the 19th-century Ohio River and Erie Canal port town has educated and entertained visitors with a re-created 1830s period setting and village lifestyle. Costumed townspeople go about daily life in another century as customers slowly chase a guide through re-created antebellum-era buildings to observe blacksmiths, weavers, broom mechanics, and other artisans at work on tasks that were once considered mundane but now require a liberal-arts degree. An 1800s one-room-schoolhouse session (beginning at 4 p.m. throughout the summer) deeply massages contemporary mind-muscles with timeless knowledge, and old-fashioned crafts, such as candle making and weaving, are available for an extra charge to make fingers more nimble.