The Mad Popper applies a loving mouthpunch of excitement to foodstuff that has been subjugated to the cathedral of boredom for far too long. The delicious poppery offers 10 different gourmet flavors, with a constantly rotating weekly special that has included flavors as surprising as margarita and Butterfinger. The large-hatted pop-masters pay respects to the classics with the trifectorate of classic popcorn flavors—plain, chedder, and caramel—blending the three together in the sweet and savory Mad Popper blend. The Carolina BBQ popcorn's touch of vinegar might incite flavor memories of pleasant outdoor barbecues, before you blocked out the rest of the world to craft truly meaningful Suddenly Susan fan fiction. The sweet-tea kernels are a sticky-sweet re-imagining of a Southern favorite, and the strawberry flavor offers a refreshingly juicy taste with a satisfying crunch.
While visits to Beshel Chiropractic Center could easily be quite brisk—Doctors of Chiropractic John and Tim Beshel can assuage most aches and pains with just a few expert adjustments —this isn't the case. Rather than simply treating patients and sending them on their way, the team of brothers takes the time to educate them about causes of their ailments, giving them greater insight into the effects of gentle, low-force adjusting techniques. To guide these adjustments, the doctors conduct thorough exams and reviews of medical history, which, along with digital x-rays and mind readings, paint a complete picture of each patient and the chiropractic treatment best suited to their complaints.
Rex’s Bite Size Chicken is known for its bite-sized, always-crispy, and ever-boneless fried-chicken chunks. A basket of the hand-cut, hand-breaded bitable bits ($6.99) comes in original or spicy jalapeno varieties and is accompanied by a homestyle side—such as green beans, fried okra, or baked beans—and signature frybread, a flat, deep-fried pillow-like dough accompanied by honey stolen from lackadaisical bears. Alternately, let your chicken nap on a bed of lettuce, tomatoes, and onions ($6.99), slip between a bun ($7.29), or jump into a hoagie drizzled with Rex's own sauce ($7.69). The menu offers ample poulet possibilities, including the SUV package ($37.99), a 2.5-pound bucket of chicken chunks with three one-pint sides and two baskets of frybread, shareable among up to six eaters or with a two-mouthed buddy. Guests can further sweeten their palates with confections from Freshberry Frozen Yogurt or Smallcakes, located in the same space.
At Premier Aesthetics, a board-certified physician personally performs each and every procedure. Dr. Melanie Lutz hasn't yet located the Fountain of Youth, but she's found a few things that make that search all but obsolete. At the top of her treatment menu is SMARTLipo, an FDA-approved procedure that uses lasers to trim down waists and reduce the risk of high cholesterol, hypertension, and diabetes. Dr. Lutz also avoids surgery when it comes to tightening skin, opting for an Ultherapy method that favors ultrasound waves to safely lift, tighten, and tone skin on the brow, face, chin, and neck.