At Let's Wrap it Spa, a team fluent in English, Spanish, and Klingon helps clients regain a youthful appearance without the need for expensive, risky surgeries or other invasive procedures. Its signature treatments—organic wraps—expose bodies to cold, heat, and detoxifying volcanic ash to slim down physiques and reduce cellulite. Rumored to be part of Cleopatra's daily beauty regimen, volcanic clay rejuvenates, exfoliates, lifts, and tightens the skin. Other skin-tightening treatments at the spa include collagen-infused facials, electrotherapy, and vacuum therapy.
The friendly team at Flagstop Café whips up an extensive menu of down-home, southern-style comfort cuisine, where their fresh, homemade breakfast platters are served all day. Homespun tortillas ensconce Flagstop's flagship breakfast tacos, each pocket is stuffed with any combo of bacon, eggs, ham, sausage, chorizo, cheese, and peppers. After matinee munching, feel free to take in the hushpuppy-adorned fried-catfish dinner ($9.59) or the 10-ounce hamburger steak, which sizzles under a surfeit of grilled onions, mushrooms, and brown gravy ($10.59). Guests delightfully remove their haute couture muzzles to nosh the chicken-based entrees, which can greet tables roasted, fried (each $8.99), or grilled ($9.59). Each platter arrives sidekicked by generous stomach furnishings of salad, two vegetables, and fresh bread.
Bit of Mexico fills each burrito, quesadilla, and taco on its menu with authentic Mexican flavor. Sample the south-of-the-border succulents with a shareable starter such as the bean 'n' cheese nachos ($6.95), or test the loyalty of capsaicin-cautious taste buds with a crucible of fiery jalapeño poppers ($8.95). Early risers get their frijole fix starting at 6 a.m. with hearty breakfast dishes such as the eggs ranchero plate, with beans and hash browns ($5.95), and the appetite-demolishing Big Breakfast plate, which includes two fluffy pancakes with eggs, beans, hash browns, and your choice of meat ($6.50).
The sauce slingers at Apizza Mia slather hand-tossed dough in decadent toppings to create a menu populated with authentic New York–style pizza creations. Pairs can partake in one of five preconceived pies, including staples such as the plain cheese or simple delights such as the margherita, which arrives before plates adorned with mozzarella cheese, sliced tomatoes, and basil so fresh it deserves to be slapped. To sculpt the pizza emporium's signature Apizza Mia, doughsmiths mound a sextet of toppings—pepperoni, italian sausage, green peppers, mushrooms, onions, and olives—atop a foldable New York–style slice, and the white pizza foregoes traditional red sauce for a brushing of fresh garlic and bountiful helpings of mozzarella and ricotta cheese. After finishing the savory spread, dining duos can reward tonsils for never running away with a scoop of authentic gelato in a rainbow of flavors, each made fresh daily.
The kitchensmiths at Sely's Mexican Restaurant forge a mountain of tasty Mexican fare to fuel hungry trekkers within the colorful eatery. Pull up a chair and dig into a bowl of menudo, a traditional Mexican soup ($5.75), to activate taste buds before tackling platefuls of steak ranchero served with rice, beans, and guacamole salad ($8.95).