Creativity is in Richard Bali Berberian’s blood. As Elyse Fine Jewelers’ primary gemologist, he is a seventh-generation creative designer and the descendant of a long line of renowned architects, jewelers, and craftsmen. As a graduate of the Gemological Institute of America, Richard carries on his family’s legacy by designing and crafting one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces. In addition to his own pieces, Elyse Fine Jewelers carries collections from jewelry and bridal designers such as Belfiore, Christian Bauer, Henri Daussi, Gregg Ruth, Lieberfarb, and Tycoon Cut.
Wedging rich deli meats and cheeses between 13 types of bread, the helpful staff at Gloria Food Store curbs appetites with a menu of sandwiches, burgers, and gourmet Italian specialties. Behind the deli counter, staffers assemble the turkey carver sandwich ($6), which preempts regularly scheduled Thanksgiving with roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and gravy atop marble rye. In addition to nestling hot and cold deli meats inside rolls, wraps, and focaccia, the staff mixes up greens, protein, and veggies in gourmet salads such as the ginger-chicken salad with noodles and mango salsa ($8.50). Dinner platters such as meatloaf or roast pork ($9) fend off hunger with foot soldiers of bread and butter, vegetables or coleslaw, and your choice of rice pilaf, french fries, or mashed potatoes.
Year-round tutoring services are led by certified teachers and offer educational assistance to all age groups from four to adult. Choose semi-private tutoring ($15/hour) to attend a small group instruction, a private tutoring session ($20/hour) for a more focused, one-on-one approach, or request a free upgrade for in-home private tutoring (normally $25/hour, $20/hour for Groupon holders). Whether you're looking to catch up with peers or go beyond the learning curve, tutoring services create a personalized approach to educational success.
Cookies by Design offers all kinds of fun and tasty cookies arrangements, including baskets, cakes, trays, and their signature cookie bouquets. Cookie bouquets are superior to flower bouquets in the categories of nutrition, taste and likelihood that an inattentive cashier will allow you to spend them as coins. They're perfect for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Bad Hair Day (Bad Hair is my pet name for my secretary - I'm actually talking about Secretary's Day).
How about a Mom's Tulip Blossoms bouquet with hand-decorated sugar cookies made to look like tulip blossoms? Or the First Place Dad Basket has two hand-decorated cookies and an assortment of freshly baked cookies with chocolate chips, peanuts and/or tree nuts?! There are even cookie bouquets for graduations, wedding showers, baby showers, and cookie showers. What better gift than a cookie bouquet to celebrate your friend bringing another cookie into the world?
AlwaysFits.Com abounds with quirky gifts and novelties suitable for recipients of all ages. Eschewing complex internet interfaces based on hieroglyphs and calculus, the site offers a straightforward online ordering system, which allows customers to click through hundreds of unusual products––from giant 5-pound gummy bears to Abraham Lincoln finger puppets to avocado necklaces. AlwaysFits.Com further simplifies the gift-giving process with pages of suggestions based on tastes or personalities, along with comprehensive gift baskets with themes such as office life, marriage, and mustaches.