Formerly known as Main Street Fuels, The Propane Guys continues to restock local cooking holes with propane, wood, Duraflame logs, and pellets. The expert staff can handle more than 200 propane-tank refills per day. In addition to powering grills, staffers stock shelves with cooking grates, flavorizer bars, and burners that heat up any party-ready patio space.
The professional photographers at Target Portrait Studios capture paramount moments in premier lighting with high-tech digital cameras and a choice of vivid background images. After clients discuss pose preferences with their portraitist, subjects take the stage for approximately 10 minutes of flashing bulbs, bright smiles, and focused lenses. Clients are welcome to bring props and shadow puppets from home, and after choosing a background, they can further customize each image with one of the studio's props, if desired.
Using ingredients that are certified Kosher and organic, Green Apple Foods NY creates gourmet variants of classic fairground treats. Staff members pop kettle corn and popcorn fresh daily, in flavors such as jalapeño sea salt or cinnamon toast. Candy apples don toppings such as toasted coconut or s'mores marshmallows, which disguise them from vengeful apple trees looking to reclaim their lost offspring. All popcorn, cotton candy, and candy apples are handmade in a facility free of peanuts, without any trans fats. Green Apple Foods NY also partners with McBride Farms in Long Island to supply shoppers or lonesome salads with crisp, seasonal produce.
On Woodside Nursery & Garden Center's 5-acre grounds, a sprawling greenhouse hosts seasonal, Long Island–grown florae. The nursery staff cultivates its own flowers, vegetable plants, and herbs onsite to oversee every facet of growth and read each plant its preferred bedtime story at night. With photos and measurements for reference, these green-thumbed experts will also help customers design lush landscapes free of charge. Woodside's stock changes with the necessities of the seasons, with sundry flowers in the springtime, pond fish in the summer, pumpkins in the fall, and Christmas trees and wreaths in the winter.