More than 50 rotating flavors of low-fat and fat-free frozen yogurt flow in creamy rivulets from CherryBerry’s self-serve machines, which work busily beside canisters filled with candy toppings and a cold bar stocked with fresh fruits. At any given time, the 12 pumps stock a kosher-certified cavalcade of flavors such as nonfat cheesecake, low-fat cherry limeade, and no-sugar-added tahitian vanilla. Armadas of almonds and animal cookies join buoyant brownie bites in each tart or mellow sea of yogurt, which contains four types of live active cultures to promote healthy digestion. The CherryBerry crew eschews powdered mixes for handpicked dairy products and fruit purees, gathering their ingredients from a variety of quality sources and abominable-snowman caves.
Without a phone, one feels suddenly helpless and disconnected. Technicians at MobileComm restore broken devices, returning cracked screens to clarity and replacing short-lived batteries. Some phones leap back to life with fresh motherboards, and water-damage repair can restore data after you tell an orca a joke while it is taking a drink. The crew draws on an array of parts and accessories from popular cellular brands such as Apple, Android, and Blackberry, and a burbling chorus of electronics fills the vast showroom of chargers, headphones, and sleek phone cases.
After managing other local salons, Jen and Mel decided to harness almost two decades of combined experience to open their own place. Now as co-owners of The Butcher Shop Salon, the duo can cultivate face-framing cuts or rewire coifs with high-end Schwarzkopf color products. Clients can also solicit the ladies’ waxing services to banish unwanted hair from eyebrows, upper lips, and malfunctioning bald caps.