MedSlim Laser’s trained technicians treat as many issues as possible by utilizing four different, noninvasive systems. To shave pounds from clients’ torsos, techs brandish UltraSlim’s red-light therapy, which also helps to improve skin tone or sculpt targeted areas with UltraSlim Cold Light and Zerona scanning lasers. LipoRescue bends light waves to smooth the epidermis after surgical liposuction, whereas the noninvasive face-lift tightens facial areas without cables or surgery. To further ensure success of each treatment, every treatment is performed under physician supervision.
As Super-Lube's name suggests, its signature service is the oil change. Technicians at its more than 50 locations lubricate engines with up to five quarts of premium oil. The comprehensive service, which requires no appointment, also comes with a 20-point maintenance check, and a free fluid top-off between changes. The technicians' handiwork extend beyond oil changes, too—they can change radiator fluid, swap out fuel filters, and replace broken windshield wiper blades.
The stylists at Wild Hare Salon share a common philosophy. Here, the stylists believe that since hair is an organic material they should not disturb its natural state, but rather use it as an expression of the client. In that vein, they tap into their artistic vision and let their clients' own style guide them. They perform a spread of cutting, coloring, and styling services in order to unleash each client's natural beauty. In addition to hair services, the staff also offers mani-pedis and massage.
Inside its quaint converted home with a shady, trellis-topped patio overlooking a yard of lush flowers, Sweet Magnolias Tea Bistro meticulously prepares tea services, light entrees, and desserts in a serene atmosphere. An expertly curated menu includes seasonal scones with devonshire cream ($4.95 for six), which complement gourmet coffees and teas ($2.99/pot). Dainty, tiered trays ($16.95/person) teem with afternoon-tea spreads of fruit, miniature croissant sandwiches, scones, and desserts. The Coach's chicken salad sandwich ($9.95) dashes across a bed of greens to punt grapes through almond salad goalposts for an extra point. Smoked turkey and walnuts join a medley of strawberries, dried cherries, and other fruits in the house salad ($9.95), and the Windsor's black-forest ham and cheese comes baked within a pinwheel pastry and served with a glistening crown of blackberry preserves ($9.95).
The Auburndale Gym propels visitors toward reaching their fitness goals through boot-camp-style CrossFit training sessions. Each workout features different exercises, and each exercise can be scaled to any individual's capability or Mario Bros. level.
Smokin' Jim's House of Barbecue smokes ribs, pork, beef, and chicken and dishes out its menu alongside breads and comfort food side dishes. Juicy ribs celebrate elongated barbecue arts ($11.50 for four ribs), and all-you-can-eat pork ($12.55) tests the limits of human stomachs and the world's supply of cumin. Beef brisket plates ($12.55) and half-chicken plates ($10.45) arrive with a fleet of bread and two sides, such as potato salad, lima beans, or mac 'n' cheese. Partner a tangy entree with sips of a soft drink ($2.25) or beer ($2.75 per glass or $14 for a five-person bucket), which liquidly counterpoint the savory cuisine onslaught. Diners may carry their barbecue bounties away with them, nibble fresh air on the outdoor patio, or park posteriors in the wood-paneled dining room.