Cigar Villa offers cigar aficionados more than 1,000 premium brands to choose from. Shelves upon shelves of stogies beckon to visitors, their boxes emblazoned with the marks of Ashton, Padron, CAO, Arturo Fuente, and many others. Plenty of looseleaf tobacco, hookahs, humidors, and pipes are available, too, and guests might even get a chance to watch a cigar roller in action. After making a selection, you can hit the lounge to enjoy a smoke with fellow enthusiasts, discussing the finer points of the hobby and engaging in debates about what made Cuba sink.
We've been framing pictures in Smyrna since 1975. Its all we do, we are good @ it, & we will make your picture framing experience a wonderful one. We frame most anything including art, diplomas, certificates, needlepoint, crosstitch, canvas art, but we specialize in memorabila & shadowboxes. Let us be your framer for life.
Established in 1998, The Wine Cellars is your one stop shop for All Things Wine™ and has metro Atlanta's largest selection of fine wine accessories. Join us in our Wine Bar & Internet Café for FREE Wi-Fi and a glass of wine. Here you'll find a great selection of fine wines and wine accessory items from around the world.
Informed by an ever-growing body of developmental research, classes at The Music Class introduce tots to tunes and concepts that boost creativity and listening skills. In Music Pups (a $72 value) courses, children under 4 years of age gleefully sing, dance, and bang away on rudimentary instruments such as the drums or theremin. Four and 5-year-olds learn concepts of tone and rhythm in the Music Cats course (a $77 value), which lets kids experiment with keyboards before defending their dissertations on the narrative redundancies of "Old MacDonald Had a Farm." Each 45-minute course meets four times in one month-long segment, and includes CDs for parents to play at home to follow up on in-class tutelage. This Groupon may also be used toward The Music Class' ten-week music courses.
At Luxury Wash, the first thing cars will catch in their headlamps is a hand outstretched and ready as the detailer waits, prepared to lather cars up with gobs of soap. Proudly sporting a letter of commendation from President Obama, Bentley Brandon used to be one of those detailers when he started working at the wash at age 12, sudsing up cars himself until he climbed through the ranks of management to become the current owner. Today, most of the wash’s cleaning, waxing, and detailing services are still done by hand. With painstaking precision, the staff of detailers performs interior and exterior deep cleans—protecting paints with stage-one and stage-two protective waxes, flushing out upholstery stains with shampoo, and cleaning engines with painstaking meticulousness. The company also dispatches its technicians and cleaning products to clean cars on location, whether vehicles are resting in their driveway or marching in a picket line in protest of dwindling parking-space dimensions.