The Kitchen Gallery features around 2,000 products in its diverse and expansive store. All manner of kitchen utensils and accessories are available from TKG to aid chefs throughout all stages of food preparation and consumption. Practice your speedy onion dices with a Kershaw Shun Wasabi Santoku knife ($34.95) on a brand-new bamboo Hana grooved cutting board ($12.99), both ideal for menacingly polishing in a front-porch rocking chair. Mix and mash to your heart's content with a Duralex Lys nine-piece nesting-bowl set ($25). Use the 11" barbecue wok/stir-fry non-stick pan ($9.50) for Asian-infused meals or as a highly ineffective canoe paddle. Finish your fabulous feast with a chocolate-dipped delicacy made with a 12-piece Fest chocolate-fondue set ($28), along with some after-dinner caffeine from a Chambord 32 oz. French press ($39.95).
Over the past 100 years, Regal Ware has forged quality American-made cookware designed to unite families via home-cooked meals. Products made in Regal Ware's Wisconsin factories, such as the American Kitchen cookware line, are sold in more than 130 countries and include stainless-steel saucepans ($70+) designed to ensure temperature distribution and durability. The American Kitchen line includes nonstick frying pans, stockpots, and sauté pans, which can be purchased in a complete 10-piece set ($200). Groupon holders can also pick up American Kitchen covered saucepans featuring glass covers for monitoring meals ($30) or baking pans ($30) and cookie sheets ($18) to cradle sweets with stainless steel during 350-degree naps.
Recently crowned a Top 200 Salon by Salon Today, this full-service beauty abode offers an array of topnotch salon and spa services. If your follicles are burdened with flat, lifeless color, stop in to have one of Anaala's pigment professionals add pep to your 'do via all-natural Aveda products and very subtle pogo sticking ($50+ for a full color treatment). Or if too-long locks are causing your mirror to malfunction, instead have them trimmed and styled back into an orderly shape ($30+). Opt for a waxing treatment if you need haphazardly scattered strands weeded from their wrong whereabouts ($15+), or go with a spa massage ($70 for 60 minutes) if you need an expert muscle organizer's help in convincing your shoulders to stop hoarding your diary's stress. Anaala also offers spa-goers a myriad of skin-smoothing facials ($70 for 60 minutes) and exfoliating body scrubs ($55–$85).