I went to this establishment in need of a pedicure for a trip. I was pleased with the Essie color selection they had and the nice setup of the place. I sat in the chair and was ready for a relaxing pedicure. That is not what I got. I sat in a massaging chair that they did not think once to turn on. They hardly scrubbed my feet or tried to make sure the cuticles were really clean. Maybe I just have high expectations, but I've been to places in the Bronx and Harlem that charge less and do a much better of job of making sure your feet look great. Also, for the $20 they charged, I would expect the color would last. NOT! The third day of the pedi, I already saw it was chipping. I did my fingernails at home the same day and they lasted longer!! And don't get me started on how much they badger you to get a massage! They want to charge as much money as possible for your visit. I had to tell the woman attending me about 3 times to back off because I didn't want the massage. I'm sure they had the best of intentions, but this place really needs to step up their game if they want to have a good base of customers. Maybe the ppl that go there don't know any better and go out of convenience. But my advise would be to save a few dollars and go to a place on either Avenue C or Clinton Street.
Pros: Essie colors, nice decor
Cons: Pedicures, forcing the massages