At The Perfect Dress, elegantly clad mannequins are draped in a sea of tuxedos and dresses, which sparkle and catch the light., a formalwear boutique's with multiple locations in Trenton, stocks men's and women's apparel for all types of occasions. The bridal department supplies brides and bridesmaids with elegant gGowns, jewelry, and tiaras wait to adorn brides- to- be and with which to crown the unsuspecting best manthose hunting tiny plastic newlyweds in their natural habitat. Prom collections brim with satin and tulle, and one of The Perfect Dress’sa locations is devoted entirely to tuxedos bolsters handsome appearances. The Perfect DressWith the purr of sewing machines and the gentle rasp of tailors’ chalk in the air, the staff also performs alterations, resizing outfits or repurposing them into formal leotardsmaking subtle adjustments.
Towne Square Eatery & Bake Shoppe serves up healthy, homemade eats and a rotating Dish of the Day to keep diners' taste buds on their toes. Although the menu changes frequently, diners can expect to dig into such fresh fare as a turkey, mandarin-orange, and sugared-almond salad topped with homemade dressing ($6.25). Savory sandwich selections include the ham and swiss ($6.75) or the Franklin Street Special, a mélange of roast beef, melted provolone, caramelized onion, and horseradish-caper sauce ($7.25). A Saturday brunch menu fuels weekend warriors and breakfast-powered cars with white-truffle eggs ($5.99) and pancakes ($3.99), which can be paired with whistle-whetting gourmet espresso drinks or smoothies.
Gumballs & Overalls festively furnishes shelves with gently used kid's apparel, toys, and other merchandise within a tidy, pastel-hued store. Rather than repair split seams with bungee cords and rubber bands, harried parents can opt instead for a vast selection of stylish, affordable apparel. Pants ($2.99+), sweaters, shirts ($0.99–$8.99), and hoodies ($4.99–$14.99) in sizes ranging from 0 to 14 imbue warmth and confidence in even the most forbearing blanket-fort dweller. Gumballs & Overalls also provides parents with an opportunity to pick up a new spring jacket ($3.99–$12.99) and accompanying wardrobe, after the previous year's was worn out by April showers and May mud-wrestling.
When Colio Estate Winery opened in 1980, they were the first winery in the area to seek a license since prohibition was lifted. This is surprising, since these vineyards lie on the same latitude as famed wine regions in northern California and Tuscany, Italy, which indicates that the regions could have similar growing climates. The area also boasts lush, fertile soil and a growing season longer than most of Canada, making it a favorable place to ripen grapes.
Today, Colio Estate Winery produces more than 400,000 cases of wine per year, including big red wines and refreshing whites. Knowing collaboration is key in the winemaking process, winemaker Lawrence Buhler and vineyard manager Kevin Donohue work in tandem to produce high quality wines in varietals such as Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Guests at the winery can learn about their process on tours, wander the vineyard, or recline in the outdoor pavilion to enjoy glasses of wine in the open air.
Every person on staff at Xtreme Nutrition also works as a personal trainer, allowing them to provide seasoned advice and share patrons’ excitement for fitness. The shelves brim with bottles and jars, their colorful silhouettes emblazoned with brands including Hyper FX, Excellean, and Elite Gourmet. Engineered specifically for demographics such as bodybuilders, teens, men, women, or seniors, the supplements deliver infusions of vitamins, probiotics, and protein. Patrons can take nutritional sips at an onsite smoothie bar or attend Zumba classes led by the store's multi-talented staff and spinning classes led by whoever brings the loudest bicycle horn.
Aromas of brewing drip coffee waft through Mr. Beans Treatery, where baristas froth cappuccinos and add shots of flavor to lattes. In addition to the brews, patrons may fuel up with a variety of candies housed in old-fashioned glass jars, classic hot dogs, and Calder ice cream in waffle cones.