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The stylists at The Angry Chair believe that creativity requires the absence of restriction. That's why they throw out many of the industry conventions—and that starts the second a client sits down in the chair. Nobody hears that familiar question, "So, what are we doing today?" Instead, the stylists ask two open, yet more revealing questions: "What vibe do you want to send out into the world?" and "How do you dry your hair?" The first lets the stylist design haircuts and select color treatments that will reflect a client's distinct personality. The second ensures clients don't need to change their home styling routine or reprogram their hairbrushes; they can do everything they do now, but still walk away with a chic new look.
While the possibilities for different styles are vast and varied, The Angry Chair only has a few prices on their service list. They don't itemize every single color treatment or styling step, which frees up creative opportunities—as do their longer service times. Typically, they take an average of 45 minutes for haircuts and 135 minutes for color appointments.
Eurides Lajan needs only a small bottle to fix her clients hair-raising problems. Eurides tames unwanted curls, removing about 65-75% of the curl, and excessive frizz with bottled keratin treatments, such as the Kerafusion formula, which is not tested on animals. She also offers eye-catching highlights and haircuts that range from classic pixie cuts to jagged layers, perfect for those impersonating a circular saw.
The Hartford Advocate named Consignment Originals the Third-Best Consignment Store of 2010. While there aren't many online reviews for the Rocky Hill and Orange locations, five Insider Pagers give the Cheshire location a four-star average:
Lucky Lou's Bar and Grill's menu is brimming with savory sandwiches, bodacious burgers, and seafaring delights. Customers can confuse their taste buds with the chili burger nachos topped with jack cheese, ketchup, sliced pickles, jalapeños, chopped lettuce, and tomatoes ($8), or muddy their tongue with dirty wings in a choice of flavors ($9–$19). Heartier appetites can dive fork-first into the lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, a bowl of fresh Maine lobster meat and penne rigate swimming in a four-cheese creamed sauce ($24), or let the wind blow through their fork tines with an order of meatloaf bolognese on the outdoor patio ($17). The tre carne flatbread pie, a protein-laden mix of garlic sausage, bacon, pepperoni, fresh mozzarella, asiago cheese, and roasted tomato plum sauce, can sate meat-loving midsections ($11), while the tuscan veggie wrap, with eggplant, portobello mushrooms, garden greens, mozzarella, and basil and parsley pesto, can satisfy flora-favoring fauns ($10). Pair amiable eats with a glass of wine ($7–$9), sangria ($8), or beer ($4–$5) from the extensive drink menu.
Each Wood-N-Tap restaurant’s kitchen serves a menu of casual American food that ranges from burgers and sandwiches to pasta, pizza, and entrees. The eatery partners with farms from New Jersey to Maine to cultivate 100% all-natural meats for their homegrown burgers, which feature tender hormone-, steroid-, and antibiotic-free meats such as Wagyu beef, bison, free-range turkey, and pork. Chefs grill entrees including swordfish and bourbon-marinated grilled sirloin, as well as signature items such as mac ‘n’ cheese pizza and Bar Bites sliders constructed with bison, Angus beef, turkey, or a baseball.
Wood-N-Tap blossomed from the fitting combination of its owners’ skills—Mike scouts the locations, Phil markets the brand, and Wil and Kenny manage the daily operations of the various locations. More than a decade ago, after forging a friendship as strong as oak and a partnership as strong as steel-reinforced oak, the crew opened the first Wood-N-Tap location in 2002—and they have expanded to seven locations and counting.