Dry Cleaning in NoLita


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  • Bridgestone Dry Cleaners & Laundry
    The dirt vanquishers at Bridgestone Dry Cleaners expel spots from everyday duds and tenderly care for wardrobe items that require special attention with nontoxic, eco-friendly GreenEarth cleaning treatments. In valid areas, cheerful launderers pick up soiled garments from homes, places of business, and recreational submarines, and then ship them to a suds emporium to inspect them for dirt and fabric ghosts. After locating troublesome trappings on pants, skirts, and blouses ($7.50 each), the cleaners unleash a green liquid-silicone detergent to corral the unsightly spots and banish them to a washroom holding cell. The fabric-friendly formula also spruces sweaters ($8), sport coats ($12), dresses ($12), and two-piece suits ($19.25), and an array of specialty items including wedding dresses and area rugs get extra-special treatment. Once clothes have been spruced and deemed dirt-free, the items will be transported back to the closets or waiting arms of their proud owners. Even though most accouterments can be cleaned for a set price, the prices listed are base prices, and may be affected by special designs, fabric needs, or demands from your clothing's entourage.
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    229 Chrystie Street
    New York, NY US
  • Welcome to the Johnsons
    Munch on tasty pub grub at Welcome to the Johnsons. Plan to indulge a bit at Welcome to the Johnsons, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare. Complement you meal with a beer or wine from Welcome to the Johnsons delightful drink menu. Take advantage of great beer and tasty bites when you stop by for happy hour. Guests may have a hard time conversing, as the restaurant is rather noisy. Welcome to the Johnsons can fill to capacity on Fridays and Saturdays, and with their no-reservation policy, you may need to wait a bit for your table. Wear what you like when you dine at Welcome to the Johnsons — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining. Welcome to the Johnsons patrons can pull into a space on the street when searching for parking at the Rivington St location. Need a break from the road? Public transportation is also convenient, with popular stops at Delancey St. (F), Essex St. (J, M, Z), and 2 Ave. (F). Thrifty eaters will also love Welcome to the Johnsons' prices, which are generally below $15.
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    123 Rivington St
    New York, NY US
  • Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre East
    Founded by the namesake foursome that included Amy Poehler and Matt Walsh, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre introduced Chicago’s long-form comedy style to New York audiences. The cornerstone of its calendar is ASSSSCAT 3000, a long-running weekly improv show with a rotating cast of SNL, VH1, and late-night alums.
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    153 East 3rd Street
    New York, NY US
  • Cornelia Street Cafe
    Most restaurants send patrons home with leftovers, but how many can offer an award-winning compilation CD of songs performed in their café? The Cornelia Street Café, founded in 1977 by three Greenwich Village artists, has clocked 30 years of hosting internationally renowned musicians, poets, and theater acts. Among those who got their start here are singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega and the hit show the Vagina Monologues. The café continues to be a hot spot for celebrated artists, as evidenced by its inclusion in DownBeat magazine’s 100 Great Jazz Clubs of the World. On any given night, you may find Dr. Oliver Sacks reading his work, or members of Monty Python and the Royal Shakespeare Company performing for the crowd. With roughly 700 shows a year, The Cornelia Street Café had no trouble amassing material for Cornelia Street: The Songwriters Exchange, which was released in 1980 by Stash Records. The performances on stage aren’t the only art garnering attention, though. Zagat, the New York Times, and even former Mayor Ed Koch have all heaped praise on The Cornelia Street Café for what the mayor called “gastronomic nourishment.” Executive Chef Dan Latham has pieced together a menu of hearty delicacies such as Hudson Valley duck magret, lobster ravioli, and black-sesame-crusted salmon. The restaurant features a dining room with rotating art exhibits and a sidewalk café, where guests can sip a craft beer or a spiced-pumpkin hot-buttered-rum cocktail.
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    29 Cornelia St
    New York, NY US
  • World Class Cleaners
    World Class Cleaners' cleansing concierges place stains and soils on permanent vacation with dry-cleaning services. Relieve rundown wardrobes of their dilapidated duds and revive blouses, shirts, and sweaters ($10 and up), or free men's and women's suits ($22 and up) of burrs from copier dust and accounting tumbleweeds. To restore outerwear to indoor levels of cleanliness, take in full coats ($28 and up), restoring the winter workhorses beset by salt, snow, and snowman graffiti. In addition to cleaning full body coverings, World Class Cleaners also fixes up natty necks, giving scarves and ties ($10 and up) a thorough once-over before releasing them back to their throat-embracing duties.
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    66 W 9th St
    New York, NY US
  • Dunn and Overwith
    We at Groupon are so excited about the limitless ways people can use a personal assistant from Dunn & Overwith: return clothes to a store, pick up a package at the post office, etc. For more inspiration, read what we've been dreaming up in the Groupon office:
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    228 Park Ave S
    New York, NY US

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