From his small village in central Greece, Tom Goulas brought a piece of his heritage across the pond to share: the cuisine. In 1975 he first founded Honey Tree Grille with the intent of sharing the rich, flavorful food of his native country. Since then, his business has grown three-fold, but Goulas aims to maintain the old-school attention to both the dishes the kitchen sends out and the service. These days, the menu can be found across seven different locations. There, diners will find a handful of familiar American classics alongside Greek staples such as fresh-sliced gyro sandwiches, layered mousaka, and golden, flaky spanikopita.
Armina?s 16 years in the beauty industry includes nearly a decade of owning her own salon. Wanting to move back behind the salon chair, she sold her business and now spends her days happily transforming clients? locks with precision haircuts. Armina specializes in using keratin treatments to smooth frizzy hair and mixing elixirs to create ombre color effects. She carries hair extensions in a variety of colors and snack scents that can add up to 22 inches of mane.
Amid her self-named salon’s buttery-yellow walls, Quenlyn Watkins leads a staff savvy in hair, spa, and skincare services. Their specialties include: