Despite the weak economy sometimes it just feels good to spend money on a grils day out--here's where to go.
With a large selection of wearable designs from Girbaud, Giorgio Brato, Paul Ka and Duvetica, it's the place to go for investment pieces.
Spendy but decidedly worth a stop for garb you won't see everywhere. Keep an eye out for pieces from Isabel Marant Toile and Smythe.
Stacya is known as the Eyebrown Queen amongst those in the know about where to get the perfect arch. Friendly, efficient service seals the deal.
Massage and saunas and cold plunges-oh my! Add a steam room, heated floors and welcoming staff and there is no place I'd rather spend a rainy day. Buy a punch card and save $2.50 a visit.
Artist made jewelry and housewares fill this husband and wife ran shop. Don't miss Erich's lighting or talking with Sally about her custom made rings.
It is said that most women wear the wrong size bra. Well, shopkeeper Jennifer won't let you be one of them - she literally wrote a book on how to get a good fit.
Carefully picked men & women's vintage apparel, accessories and shoes fill this lovely Cap Hill shop. Good prices. Great service.
Affordable cuts and facials are available since students perform the work as instructors keep a watchful eye to be sure you get a quality treatment.
Housed in the lovely Melrose Market, Bar Ferdinand is a fine place to taste or buy wine and the perfect spot to grab a glass of wine and a light nosh while waiting for a table at Sitka & Spruce.
A knowledgeable and personable shopkeeper offers all things orchid in this beautifully designed shop. An adorable shop dog (phad thai) is a nice bonus!
Formerly clothing & accessories only this shop has larger and sleeker new digs and has added wonderfully designed furniture and home accoutrements to their staples.