Select Mail 101 Union St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Select Mail is a full-service printing mailing and shipping company. It has been in business for over twenty years. The…More services provided are mailing, printing, and shipping of postcards, magazines, and small newspapers. Small and midsized businesses and organizations in the know contact Select Mail to aid in their marketing and promotional efforts, because of their fast turnaround and penchant for meeting deadlines.
Fakir International 199 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY11201 This travel agency has been in business for more than 30 years. Fakir offers packages for Hajj and Umrah…More pilgrimages and other travel deals. The small Atlantic Avenue office shares an entrance with a boutique next door.
Caruso Pizzeria Restaurant 150 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 The pizza here is distinguished by a sesame-covered crust. In addition to pizza, Caruso sells heroes,…More pasta and some Italian entrees, as well as burgers and french fries. There is a small dining area in a separate back room. The business is also located next to the Bergen Street subway station.
Eminence Cleaners 389 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY11201 Eminence Cleaners is an independent drop-off dry cleaning business situated on the quiet, mostly residential Henry…More Street. The small shop opened in 2005, and in addition to dry cleaning, offers wash-dry-fold services as well as tailoring, alterations and garment repair. Eminence also services non-garment items such as rugs, blankets, curtains and drapes.
Damian's Hair Styling 417 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 Damian's Hair Styling is a small, family-owned hair salon in Cobble Hill. Damian himself is often seated at the window…More between appointments. With a red and white barber shop pole outside the window, Damian runs his business like an old style barber shop -- catering only to men and offering straight razor shaves.
Mazzola Bakery & Cafe is a family-owned and operated business that offers daily fresh baked bread, pastries, and…More desserts as well as coffee and other beverages. A singular framed black and white photo of the bakery, labeled "1940," decorates the wall of the small cafe.
Despite its small size, the cafe's large glass case displays a multitude of cookies, cupcakes, and pies. The window features several varieties of freshly baked bread loaves. For those on the go, the cafe is a necessary coffee and bagel pitstop for morning commuters as well as the after-school crowd.
Mazzola Bakery is also a wholesale supplier to several local restaurants.