A.I. Freidman's meticulously organized shelves and displays teem with equipment and supplies for artists of almost every medium. Pick your perfect paint wand, such as a set of four Princeton natural-bristle brushes ($2.88–$21.48) and dapple canvases with rich pigments such as Winton oil colors ($3.13–$9), whose blues are bolstered by cadmium and cobalt, and greens are enhanced with kryptonite. A 12-pack of charcoal ($7.49) creates soft lines and shadows, and an X-Acto standard knife chest's three handles and seventeen blades allow precise artistic slices ($29.59). For artists dabbling in the third dimension, a spectrum of polymer clays, such as a 30-color Sculpey sampler ($20.79), molds to any artistic aspiration, such as Technicolor busts of Spiro Agnew. In addition to art supplies, A.I. Freidman offers custom framing, tabletop frames, mementos, home furniture, and more.
On the surface, Landsberg Jewelers glitters with a showroom filled with discriminating diamond rings, solid gold bracelets, and platinum earrings. But behind the dazzling boutique, the expertise of the staff is what really shines, with owners Jonathan and Jeffrey Landsberg bringing years of experience that gained from working with their father. The team demonstrates their knowledge by educating customers on their designers.
The attention-nabbing Rye Country Store has whipped up gourmet takeout cuisine for 23 years, offering patrons a deliciously hassle-free dining option. A staff of kitchen virtuosos creates more than 75 dishes each day, such as chicken orzo soup ($4.95), Cobb salad ($10.95), and four varieties of quesadillas ($5.95). Shepherd's pie ($7) can be worn as a bird-luring hat or taken home and served alongside an egg salad sandwich ($6); a turkey, brie, and apple sandwich ($7); cupcakes ($1.50); and chocolate-covered pretzels ($1.25). The hunger-quashing emporium's shelves also teem with cheeses, crackers, jams, old-fashioned candies, and other gourmet treats that help make picnics as memorable as a botched hypnotherapy session.
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The talented embroiderers at The Monogram Studio artfully stitch beautiful motifs onto household items, clothing, and office supplies. After dropping off or sending in any item of their choice ($20+ for three-letter monogram, $25+ for names), customers can sport their monikers on terry-cloth robes, or legally claim rights to lost wallets by having their initials professionally sewn into them. Because The Monogram Studio eschews the use of embroidery hoops, each fabric surface remains unsullied from unsightly folds or circles. The studio's online emporium tempts shoppers with sundry items for personalized stitching, such as golf towels ($35), suitable for thoughtful gifting, or quilted saddle pads ($60) for helping horses to remember their riders' initials.