DPJ Staff periodically posts news and info for residents who support our downtown and savvy visitors who want to Go Where the Locals Go.
Depending on when you go, there may be a line outside the building, and a tedious wait. But all of that is in comparison to the heartbreaking, taste-bud savoring meal you will have.
With reasonably priced, modern, comfortable-as-hell rooms and a staff that will sweep you off your feet, I’ll definitely be back to the Clarendon.
Whether you’re going for a run-of-the-mill cut, or you want blue hair, there is someone at Hair Pollution who can fulfill your needs.
The atmosphere was great, the entertainment was awesome and I enjoyed the beer, brats and funnel cake.
The Trunk Space’s acoustics rocked… both bands that played sounded crystal clear and didn’t blow my eardrums out.
I know it seems silly to go to a Middle Eastern market for white peaches, but I’m comfortable with my silliness.
After a very frustrating bike shopping experience I went over to Landis to see what kind of selection and customer service they offered.
Every time I went in, I was given excellent service by Artistic Tattoo’s piercer/tattoo artist, Brent, aka B-Bird.
It’s hot, the kids are wired, there is really only one solution: the Children’s Museum!
I like having a great place like MADE in my neighborhood. Businesses that support local artists will most definitely get my business, especially when the carry such fun and interesting products like this lovely boutique.