The fully licensed technicians of Mars Tire & Auto Service Centre believe in using the right part for each and every job. That's why they use exact tire fitments to outfit autos with rubber that matches the manufacturers. When completing air-conditioning repairs, belt and hose replacements, disc-brake substitutions, or transmission maintenance, they seek out original equipment replacements when available to preserve the value of the automobile. They also keep motors out of the shop by sticking to a planned vehicle maintenance regiment that can include shock and strut checks, tire rotations, and biweekly dusting of dashboard bobble heads.
BikeSports' dedicated staff adds flair and functionality to customers' current rides, with myriad bike parts and accessories as well as more than 350 in-stock bikes. As the staff bestows thorough advice, customers may choose bike add-ons such as Profile Design bar ends ($15.99), which give hands an extra place to grab and bikes an extra place to hang their bowler hats. The lightweight Lezyne CRV 4 multi-tool ($16.99) is handy for repairs to steel steeds with three built-in Allen wrenches and a Phillips screwdriver, and Giant plush gel short-fingered gloves ($24.99) ready hands for the road's many bumps and for thumb-wrestling tolls on longer drives.
Shoe Trend's stock of Brazilian handmade leather footwear proffers audacious style with boots of variable length, a variety of colour choices, and heels in many styles. Bright wall displays host a well-heeled parade of Via Uno leather shoes and boots ($89–$339) ranging from sultry stilettos to sturdy knee-high boots equally fit for strutting along boulevards or arm-in-arm with Santa. Lacy cut-outs and bright colours bring admirers' eyes downward when wearing offerings by Ramarim ($109–$289), and versatile Biondini shoes and boots ($109–$289) wink at retro stylings with art deco scalloping, wedges, and calf-length booties. As shoppers browse accessories including leather Via Uno purses ($89–$229), friendly staff members offer help with their comprehensive product knowledge and proper fits by consulting with the shop's shoehorned unicorn.
Yonge Street Winery offers custom-crafted artisan wines, quality crystal stemware, and stylish storing solutions for both the fervent wine enthusiast and the casual dabbler in the drinkable grape. The winery's custom winemaking experience offers guests the chance to compose their own flavourful libation over the course of about a month and a half. The process begins with customers meeting with Yonge Street Winery's consultants to choose one varietal from the extensive list of varietals imported from vineyards around the world. After the initial consultation, which lasts approximately 10 minutes, clients will turn over the red-and-white reins to the winery's grape wranglers, and they’ll bring the blend to flavourful fruition over the course of approximately a month and a half. At the end of the process, clients will return to package and take home all 23 litres of the libation (about 30 750ml bottles), leaving the winery with the smug smile seen only in victorious vintners. Included in this deal are labels, foils, tax, corks, and corkage fees. Bottles are not included in this deal; you may bring your own, or purchase some from the winery for $1.25 each.
Plucked from the koroneiki trees that grow in southern Peloponnesus and Crete, Grecian Harvest's organic olives are pressed while not yet ripe. The process yields less, but more flavourful, oil. Like mineral water or a child's first teardrop, the extra-virgin extraction is bottled at the source to retain freshness. Grecian Harvest produces just one variety of the golden-green fluid, ensuring quality throughout every step of the process.
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