Lapels Dry Cleaning's professional staff purifies prized fabrics with environmentally friendly practices that have earned the cleaners certification as an EnviroStars business. Prices vary from location to location, but customers can drop off sullied sweaters ($6.25+), pants ($6.35+), two-piece suits ($13.45+), or down comforters ($30+) for a cleansing encounter with an odorless, nontoxic solvent. As a further commitment to eco-friendly commerce, Lapels recycles all hangers and bags, and uses only low-energy LED signage rather than coal-powered billboards or easily weaponized nuclear marquees.
A Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Roy Somers of Trusted Source Technology Services strengthens delicate machines with services that fix problems or prevent them from happening in the first place. The computer's analog pals look on and learn as Roy performs such technological feats as setting up new networks, transferring data, and improving machine speed through the removal of viruses, spyware, and invasive species. Each session can help customers save money by forestalling future issues and make them feel more secure knowing that their keyboard isn't secretly replacing every word of every email with swears.
Atlantica celebrates the bounty of the sea with feasts of cider-glazed salmon, locally acquired lobster, roasted halibut, and saffron-tinged paella amid a charming waterfront location. A fitting nautical theme permeates the restaurant's décor, with murals of sails draping the walls, fluttering canvas curtains and trimming looming elegantly overhead, and striking blue glassware perched atop cream-colored tablecloths. Sunday brunches can include crepes, pasta, quiche, and freshly caught seafood, while the dinner menu presents fried native haddock, grilled sirloin, and small plates of sautéed mussels or Spanish cheeses. A highly skilled culinary team led by Executive Chef Garry Pyane cultivates a farm-to-table approach to cooking, pairing locally caught seafood with seasonal vegetables and sides when available.
Sunny glass windows, reaching from knee height to the ceiling, make up major segments of the restaurant’s walls. And they present diners with a stunning view of the ancient Cohasset harbor that welcomed the arrival of some of New England's founding families, as well as the wharves that witnessed the first cannonball diving contest in Massachussetts. The restaurant complex can accommodate up to 500 guests for events ranging from weddings to Thanksgiving dinners, and those guests often have the option to stay at the attached Cohasset Harbor Inn.
At Cohasset Fitness Club, a team of enthusiastic trainers and certified instructors help clients achieve their fitness goals with a wide selection of group fitness classes, personal-training sessions, and access to state-of-the-art equipment. Inside the group studio space built with new, low-impact flooring, trainers lead clients through classes such as Zumba Tone, Yoga Flow, and Muscle Mix. The club also boasts a babysitting setup so kids stay entertained and don’t show up their parents in cardio interval classes.