Black Dragon Vapor's selection of vaporizers and electronic cigarettes curb nicotine cravings without ever emitting a puff of smoke, satiating desires in a much less carcinogenic manner. The staff stocks e-cigs and vaporizers of all shapes and sizes, along with an abundance of accessories. In addition to traditional tobacco and menthol e-liquid flavors, the shop carries a variety of nicotine-tinged e-juice flavors, such as watermelon, vanilla, toasted marshmallow, and banana split.
Edible Arrangements' fresh, artful fruit baskets and boxes combine the aesthetic elements and emotive properties of floral arrangements with the juicy deliciousness and socially acceptable edibility of fruit. Enjoy the fruity deliciousness of en elegant box of chocolate-dipped tree candy in a plethora of varietals including strawberries, Anjou pears, apples, oranges, pineapple daisies, and bananas. All the fresh, juicy slices are hand dipped in Edible Arrangements' gourmet semisweet chocolate blend. Receiving a box of dipped fruits can turn a frown into an upright grapefruit wedge, a tear into a three-tiered citrus structure, and a friend into still just a friend, but one with a sweet, balanced diet.
The smell of new rubber tires is hard to miss in Robby's Bicycles, the walls lined with hundreds of new bikes just waiting to zip around the streets. In addition to selling new two-wheelers, Robby's tunes, repairs, and safety checks faithful bikes.
Ooh La La's creatively imagined Pacific Avenue façade invites customers to pass through the boutique's intricate glass double doors, which are flanked by retired yellow railroad boxcars. Owner Annette Hoag stocks her unmistakable fashion oasis with a diversity of stylish wares poised to sate both rebellious and more reserved tastes. Ooh La La's friendly staffers provide a personal shopping experience by cheerfully recommending their favorite items. The store’s style roster ranges from casual fashion jewelry to upscale vintage apparel, which in the past has included a couture dress by Chanel and the neon-green scrunchie famously discarded by the Bride of Frankenstein.
Flair Boutique adorns its store with carefully curated items from domestic and European designers, crafting a diverse inventory of classic and contemporary fashions for a wide range of occasions, from casual strutting to meeting the ghost members of Queen. Use today's Groupon toward high-end items such as jewelry ($100–$300,) shoes ($100–$300,) and handbags ($150–$300), or pamper epidermal layers underneath classy clothes with deluxe Niven Morgan beauty products, many of which fall under $50. Aglow jeweled candles accentuate atmospheres, and OKA b. sandals ($30–$40) support and set off bejeweled feet. Perusing patrons can be comforted in the knowledge that Flair's attentive, astute staff will be on hand to meet any request, except for those beginning with "I dare you to…".
Stage Two wraps bodies in formfitting splendor with a selection of dance apparel and swimsuits designed to minimize the pernicious effects of air and water drag. Dancers can accouter themselves in brands such as Capezio, Bloch, Motionwear, and Basic Moves, choosing from such dance essentials as leotards ($18.95–$42.95), tights ($6.95–$14.95), and jazz shoes ($28.95–$52.95). Those who prefer to leave rhythmic motion to the sea can garb their bodies in water-friendly pieces by Speedo, Tyr, Nike, and Arena, choosing suits according to their predilection for a leisurely backstroke or a rapidly competitive doggy paddle. Human torpedoes are sleekened to seal-like slickness with competition suits ($9.95–$77.95), and bodies toned by wintertime workout regimens are displayed to greatest effect with casual beachwear. Swim caps ($2.95–$19.95) aerodynamize heads and give socially anxious hair a safe, private place to collect itself.