Nails Town Inc
- Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Just went for the first time, had never been but needed a place by the office for a quick manicure. Conveniently located, up a flight of stairs in between restos (took me a minute to find the entrance), went in at 3:30pm on a weekday so I missed the lunch rush. Max did my basic manicure, was a perfectionist and am very pleased with the manicure i got. The price was very good - $10.50 - and the place seemed very clean and nicely appointed. They had drying machines that looked fairly new and big cushy-looking massage chairs for people getting pedicures, decent selection of Opi and Essie nail polishes. My only complaint was they don't use hot steamed towels to wipe your hands during your manicure, just paper towels - and the salon is painted in a light and dark shade of orange with light green trim - quite ugly colors. But for the price, quality of service, and proximity to the office, I think this is quite a good option in the area and will definitely be back the next time I need an emergency mani!
I was staying nearby and needed something close and, hopefully, reasonably priced. The concierge directed me to this little shop around the corner and it was exactly what I needed. Very small space, but well organized and they even offer chair massage. An obviously hurting female enjoyed a brief chair massage on her lunch hour while I was there and they even have hot stones. The manicurist did a terrific job salvaging one of my thumbnails that had broken into the quick, it looked perfect when she was done. All in all, I'd feel comfortable recommending this establishment.
Posted: 5/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Having been to more than my share of mani/pedi joints in the city, I can honestly say that I think this was one of the worst. I had read the positive posting and so I was hopeful to find a decent place around the corner from my midtown office that didn't cost a pretty penny, but I walked out with polish on my toes (as well as the nails) and a mani looked like she had just painted a stripe down the middle of my nail. I mean, they're even filed unevenly. Save your $$ - either put it towards a better midtown spot or choose to cheap out anywhere else.
Posted: 9/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I work in the Bryant Park vicinity and have been looking for a solid nail salon for almost two years now and stumbled upon it ""by accident"" on the way to work one day. I got a basic manicure & pedicure and couldn't be happier with the results. They did both simultaneously to save time, which was terrific. The place is small so there isn't much elbow room, but size withstanding, I have only good things to say about this place and would return again.