If there’s one store on Armand’s Circle that can guarantee to heighten your senses, it’s The Spice and Tea Exchange. Visually, it’s a treat. With carefully arranged glass jars replete with teas, salts and colorful spices lining the walls you can’t help but assume you’ve entered a bygone era.
I approached the Tea House, not quite sure what to expect... I am a Brit, so tea is in my nature but this place certainly took me by surprise and far exceeded my expectations. This is not the kind of teahouse that your granny would go to and sip a cup of earl gray, this place is COOL- uber cool!
Hair, it’s a love hate relationship! When your luscious locks are looking good you feel a million dollars but when you’re having a bad hair day it is a different story. As far as hair goes though I think we can mostly agree that there is only one place that we really want it, on our head.
A brush is a brush is brush, right? Well that’s what I thought until I stepped foot into Nessentials on Pineapple Ave. I can only describe this store as totally unique, there's literally nothing else like it in Sarasota.
Snug amid an anonymous industrial estate near US 301, DrumCircle Distilling provides a sweet-smelling, rum-laden oasis. They offer tours of the distillery and people are often shocked at the operation, but in a good way.
Described as a barber shop and spa, American Shave, according to Justin Rosado, will, “be a place just for men, created by men. Here, no-one is going to judge you or criticize you about what you want. This is an exclusively male environment.”
With three different locations throughout Sarasota, Get Fit Fuel possesses a foodie philosophy that stems from Gentile’s realization that life is much easier when life doesn’t revolve the drudgery and expense of grocery shopping.
The Cottage’s lounge-themed late night ‘get happier’ hour has locals and tourists alike congregating at this cozy joint after 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays to enjoy great drink specials and select delectable bites from The Cottage kitchen.
McGuire’s objectives for the future are quite simple: make sure customers buy a car the way they want to buy a car and, along with that, maintain a sense of trust the dealership’s staff of more than 100 have worked so hard to earn.
SarasotaDay.com discovers the unique experiences in Sarasota, Florida.