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After years of blending her own hypoallergenic soaps to accommodate the needs of her daughter's sensitive skin, Pamela Carousso reserved space at her first farmer's market, attracting an immediate and dedicated fan base. Now, more than 15 years later, she still crafts her own handmade soaps and bath products in small batches. After expanding with the help of business partner Steve Carousso, the company now offers natural products such as talc-free mineral eye shadows, as well as stationery and accessories.

A variety of classes are offered at the shop six days a week and two times per day. Students can concoct their own lathering agents, stirring cauldrons of molten fixings and bubbling essential oils over crackling electric fires. Carousso spins thorough instructions and covers safety procedures that help guests avoid being bitten by a Bunsen burner.

1359 Hancock St
Quincy,
MA
US

Commended by Boston magazine in 2008 for wedding-gown preservation, Dependable Cleaners offers a basketful of laundering and dry-cleaning services. Turn last night's unfortunate ketchup incident into tonight's food-free canvas with same-day service. Items dropped off before 8 a.m. Monday through Saturday can typically be picked up by 5 p.m. that same day, depending on the location. Though prices vary by location, all stores offer the same reliable de-staining services for dusty dresses ($14.04–$15.34), slovenly shirts ($2.54–$2.88), and pigpennish pants ($7.08–$7.98). Hide a fading summer tan with a freshly depurated jacket ($7.65–$8.52) or sweater ($7.23–$8.73). Dependable Cleaners locations can also handle unconventional vestments such as ballroom gowns, Ugg boots, and antique tri-cornered hats.

581 Adams St
Quincy,
MA
US

Since 1923, Granite City Electric has illuminated local dwellings with high-quality interior and exterior lighting fixtures. Customers perusing one of the four showrooms or the online store can ogle a plethora of Norwell lighting fixtures, including the Onion Collection of outdoor enhancers. Stylishly light a dim patio with cottage onion wall ($81.23 for the small) or classic onion wall ($116.96 for the small, $151.62 for the medium) fixtures, or install a cottage onion post ($107.80) to shower backyard plants with artificial light while the sun takes its after-dinner snooze. To help homeowners navigate the confusing world of illumination, Granite City Electric employs a seasoned showroom team that can show customers the latest trends in lighting design as well as design lighting layouts.

19 Quincy Ave
Quincy,
MA
US

With more than 30 years of experience, Anderson Bicycle's knowledgeable staff diagnoses and treats two-wheeled troubles with careful, in-house attention. During the A Tune-Up, a team of cycle specialists will tenderly tend to velocipedes by inflating their tires, tightening all parts, and adjusting and lubing their gears. Before awarding your thoroughbred a clean bill of health, the bike doctors will finish the checkup by truing the wheels, adjusting the breaks, and offering well-behaved bicycles a lollipop. Although most tune-ups take from one to three days to complete, Anderson Bicycle also offers same-day service by appointment.

380 Washington St
Quincy,
MA
US

In more than 1,112 stores worldwide, Edible Arrangements' expert fruit florists arrange pieces of premium fruit in stunning displays for all occasions. Customers can customize their order to suit any occasion, receiving chocolate-dipped fruit such as pineapples, granny-smith apples, grapes, and juicy Albion strawberries that, unlike the sodas found in most mummies' crypts, don't contain any preservatives. Staffers can dip fruit in gourmet semisweet chocolate, white chocolate, or their own special peanut-butter-and-chocolate blend. For birthdays and anniversaries, chocolate wielders can personalize gift baskets with gifts such as plush teddy bears and mylar balloons.

1247 Hancock St
Quincy,
MA
US

Ask a bartender to put some muffin in your liqueur and you're probably inviting confusion at best and a horror-stricken look at worst. But the basic idea isn't bad—or so thinks skilled baker Patrick Curley, who flips that equation around and serves liqueurs in his muffins. He infuses the baked breakfast staples not only with fresh fruit such as blueberries, but also with Baileys irish cream, apricot brandy, and blueberry liqueur, among others. He also distills 15 years of experience as a chef into each batch of made-from-scratch muffins, putting some culinary cred behind his crumbly creations.

24 Madison Ave
Quincy,
MA
US

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