With a commitment to primping pooches of all makes and models, Dramatic Paws Pet Boutique offers a luxurious grooming experience for discriminating dogs and their like-minded owners. Treat unkempt hounds to a fluff and fold with the spa-bath treatment ($13+), before pampering the newly pretty pooch with à la carte extras such as a flea treatment ($9), tooth brushing ($6), or a blueberry facial ($4). While mangy companions enjoy their makeovers, bipedded best friends can opt to stay by their side or relax in Dramatic Paws' chandeliered interior. While today's deal is only valid toward grooming services, the pup-centric gift shop offers an array of canine treats, toys, and designer outfits, perfect for finally putting that snobby Mr. Whiskers in his place when your polished pooch graces the neighborhood catwalk.
Wasabi’s menu is a massive meld of traditional Japanese sensations and tasty Thai creations. Tako su (steamed octopus, $5.95) and yaki ebi (shrimp teriyaki skewers, $4.50) bait anxious appetites before reeling them in for a main course of tuna, salmon, and shrimp nigiri (two pieces, $3.75–$3.95). Try one of Wasabi’s chef-special rolls, such as the Midnight Fantasy, with shrimp, crab, tuna, yellow tail, seaweed salad, and fish egg ($12.95), or fall back on old favorites, such as the california ($4.20) and rainbow ($7.95) rolls. Palates will experience a flavor implosion from the Dynamite Roll's deep-fried salmon, crab, and asparagus ($6.20). The Rock 'n' Roll packs a mouthwatering wallop of shrimp tempura, fish egg, cream cheese, and crab, similar to pressing your tongue against a stack of Marshall amps ($5.50). Pad thai (tofu or chicken, $7.65; beef or shrimp, $7.95) and kaeng phet curry ($11–$15) are nice for a bit of spice, and pineapple fried rice ($8.95–$9.95) and sweet-and-sour chicken or shrimp ($11) satisfy mellower Thai cravings.
Since the gilded age of 1873, Chancellor’s has classily cut cloth and dappered up dudes with its fine selection of men's apparel. With personal service at the forefront, the suit and shirt shop lavishes attention on each customer, suggesting styles, assembling ensembles, and finely fitting formal and casual wear. Peruse a wide selection of blazers, dress shirts, trousers, sporting apparel, and more, and slip into something a little more comfortable, such as a pair of Tiger Mountain cotton boxers ($18) or a Stinson knit polo. A Gitman dress shirt makes the perfect accoutrement for office ambling ($90), while an orange Filson vest is a classy addition to any black-tie hunting party ($98). Chancellor's also offers a fine selection of men's accessories, including belts, wallets, and hats.
Cartridge World, which has been in business for more than 20 years, is one of the world's biggest ink and toner retailers, and it reduces waste by allowing you to refill and reuse well-loved printer cartridges. Roy G. Biv-ify your printer with black or color ink for assorted printer types. Based on the original condition, inkjet cartridges can be refilled up to four or five times, with laser cartridges enjoying many more happy returns.
The place to visit for all of your scrapbook, card making, and paper crafting needs. We offer classes, crops, and free use of our table space during store hours. We also carry unique, specialty products not to be found in the chain stores. The only independent scrapbook supply store within 100 miles of Columbus!
Southern Views Magazine sates the tastes of stylish urbanites by publishing how-to guides for culture living in the South. The bi-monthly magazine arranges articles concerning the goings-on of a well-to-do Southerner in a hip and easy-to-read fashion, with topics ranging from arts and culture to social events. The Homes section is a drool-inducing visual feast displaying the most beautifully designed pads in the South, with past features showing off a traditional, elegantly appointed two-story Tudor next to a minimalist, industrial loft space. The Fashion section for the February/March 2011 issue features sprightly spring attire and ensembles with an outdoorsy twist to replace last year's fad of wearing janitorial buckets as hats. The Interviews section features conversations with various people of importance, including Rod Stewart, Mike Rowe—star of Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs— and Major General Robert B. Brown, commanding general of Fort Benning.