We are a locally owned independent Fine Jewelry store that specializes in custom design and repair. We carry unique designs of diamond engagement rings, diamond anniversary ring, diamond earrings, gemstone jewelry , watches, pre-owned rolex watches. We have an in-house Jeweler and state of the art Laser Welding equipment.
Chamilia jewelry kits facilitate wrist expression with bracelet bases designed to string up unique charm-style beads. Silver-rope ($55) and metallic-leather ($35) bracelet starters feature snap closures that keep sculpted orbs from running off to a scandalous career as a marble, and solid and flex bangles ($65) accommodate focal beads on a more rigid frame.
For clients looking to have CPR performed on fading heirloom pieces, the skilled jewelry craftsman at The Queen's Jewels is on hand to take ailing ornamentations under their wing. Repaired chains unleash their unfettered melodies (starting at $12), resized rings snugly hug fingers once again (starting at $35), and confusing midnight brunches are averted with replacement watch batteries ($8). Before leaving the store, each treasured piece is inspected by the storeowner for total quality assurance.
Originally opened in 1927, the Genesee Theatre slowly deteriorated over the course of the century until its closing in 1989. But starting in 2001, a $23 million cash infusion from the city allowed 120 volunteers to restore the theater to its Gilded Age splendor. Its elegant trappings include authentic wall fabrics, an exact replica of the original marquee, and a 2,200-pound chandelier that gently spotlights the grand lobby and every audience member passing underneath to show how everyone is a star if you really think about it.
An eclectic array of fashionable finds and designer delights line every shelf of Psycho Sisters' vibrant boutiques. Vogue vestments, both new and gently used, cater to studious style seekers, including a wealth of designer brands such as Marc Jacobs, Express, and Lacoste. Foot festoonery ranges from revealing sandals to boots covering enough calf to satisfy time-traveling Victorian podiatrists ($13–$32), and a variety of hats ($7–$38), wigs (around $25), and eye-catching jewelry ($3–$10) offer an easy way to dress up for costume parties or dress down for a mundane life as a human drink coaster. New items are constantly added, allowing each subsequent shopping experience to be as new and surprising as the ever-changing forces of gravity.
The Wafflery’s menu revolves around a maelstrom of whimsical, pastry-platformed treats crafted from centuries-old recipes. Black Forest belgian waffles cram craws with a delicious blend of strawberries and chocolate sauce under a whitewashing of decadent whipped cream ($4.89), and the Banana Foster employs a confluence of bananas, pecans, and chocolate sauce under light whipped cream ($4.89). Like a magnanimous culinary mediator, The Wafflery accommodates taste buds of varying predilections, including both savory and sweet crepes on its menu. Snap up a Crêpe Alaska filled with smoked salmon and spinach and slathered in béchamel sauce ($7.99), or sample a sweet Crêpe Lite, which delivers fork loads of pecans, almonds, and either strawberries or blueberries ($5.29). When soft dough and decadence overwhelms, wrap a mitt around a warm cup of gourmet café frappe cinnamon ($4.19).