• For $5, you get a full-service exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Robin Hood Car Wash in Bloomfield (up to a $10 value). • For $5, you get an exterior car wash at Linden Express Wash in Linden (up to a $9.99 value). • For $6, you get a deluxe exterior car wash (up to a $12 value) at Supreme Car Wash in Newark. • For $6, you get a full-service exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Kearny Auto Spa in Kearny (up to an $11.95 value). • For $6, you get a full-service exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Jax Car Wash in Maywood (up to an $11.95 value). • For $6, you get a full-service exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Magic Touch Auto Spa in Lodi (up to an $11.95 value). • For $6, you get a Super Service exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Prestige Car Wash in Hackensack (up to a $12.99 value). • For $7, you get a full-service exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Prowash in Union (up to a $13.95 value). • For $7, you get a full-service deluxe exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Big Daddy’s Car Wash & Quick Lube in North Bergen (up to a $13.95 value). • For $7, you get a full-service exterior car wash and interior vacuum at Roxbury Car Wash in Ledgewood (up to a $14 value). • For $7, you get a custom exterior wash and interior vacuum at Emerald City Auto Spa in North Plainfield (up to a $14.99 value).
The professional exterminators at Pro Tek Animal & Pest Control evict unwanted guests ranging from crickets and roaches to spiders and stink bugs so that homeowners can enjoy a pest-free abode. The outfit has more than a decade of experience in the extermination business, which helps them ensure effective treatments and the ability to differentiate ants from raisins on a piece of celery filled with peanut butter. In addition to insect-shaped invaders, the company can also dispel larger nuisances such as wild animals and garbage.
The trainers at Edge Fitness Studio never motivate their students through competition. Instead, they engage them both mentally and physically in order to push them through group fitness classes, which range in style from Pilates to boxing to Zumba. For a more personalized experience, they offer one-on-one sessions, small-group training, in-home workouts, and 12-week fitness programs that incorporate both workouts and nutritional advice to facilitate results.
Behind The Brook's modern exterior lies a vintage burger joint and soda fountain. Here, the cooks serve classic burgers alongside those dressed with innovative ingredient combinations such as The Hangover's pork roll and fried egg, the Baja's avocado and chipotle mayo, and the Athens' lamb burger with hummus and feta. And any burger can be altered with a veggie or turkey patty. Their hot dogs mirror the iconic tube-steaks from cities including Chicago—slathered in pickles and peppers—and New York—covered in sauerkraut.
And, if The Brook staffers have anything to say about it, every meal ends with ice cream. Scoops can be sprinkled in the shop's 18 colorful toppings, piled into banana splits and belgian-waffle sandwiches, or spooned directly into diners' pockets for later snacking.
In her previous life, Danielle Conner was a professional dancer. But while touring extensively around the world, she developed chronic bursitis and tendonitis in both of her shoulders, and had to turn to physical therapy to correct those issues.
During her therapy, Danielle was introduced to various Pilates-based exercises. The practice made such a positive impact that she began practicing Pilates after her therapy ended. Wanting to share the power of Pilates with others, Danielle earned her certification as an instructor, and now serves as the resident Pilates instructor for various Cirque du Soleil shows. She also runs Pilates Design Studio, where she leads both private and group classes.
At Empire Kitchen, chefs tuck char-grilled, natural-casing Sabrett dogs into warm, fluffy buns, building the perfect edible canvas upon which to load a heap of tasty toppings. Cooks might ladle hearty helpings of chili on top, then cheese, all over chopped onions. Or they might dress dogs up Chicago-style, adding sport peppers, celery salt, tomatoes, onions, relish, and a pickle, before stuffing the whole thing in a Cub's jersey. Other popular styles include Coney Island dogs topped with mustard and sauerkraut and even chili dogs that have been wrapped in bacon. And beyond hot dogs, Empire Kitchen serves up other iconic American eats such as corned beef sandwiches, cheesesteaks, burgers, and ice cream sundaes.