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Featuring authentic Mexican cuisine fashioned with fresh ingredients, Pica Taco's menu offers a feast of traditional burritos, tacos, enchiladas, and more. Take a seat in either of Pica Taco's casual dining establishments and sip a cold Corona while munching on one of eight soft or crunchy tacos, such as carnitas, pollo, or barbacoa ($2.25 each). A supreme burrito ($8.50) with an order of chips and salsa ($2.75) or plantains ($2.50) silences stomachs long enough for you to get in a word and order another Tecate with lime. The menu makes room for 10 vegetarian items such as the cheese enchilada, veggie taco salad, or veggie sandwich ($6.50 each). Breakfasters can make a fast break for a cheese bagel ($3.25); huevos rancheros ($5.25); or breakfast burrito ($4.50) to prepare themselves for skipping the morning chores.

1629 Columbia Rd NW
Washington,
DC
US

At Creative Hands Massage, clients repose on pillowy massage tables in between Shinto-themed walls and get pampered during a variety of spa services. During the express deep cleansing facial, an experienced aesthetician penetrates far below the crust of the skin to stimulate the facial mantle and extract dirt and oil from volcanic pores. A cooling mask soothes weary façades during a 30-minute facial that and leaves skin smoother than Marvin Gaye's homemade pudding. Alternatively, therapists dole out deep tissue ($85), cold stone ($90), or Thai plus aromatherapy massages ($90) by applying appropriate depths of pressure to stress-ravaged muscles. Spiraling spines can also use this Groupon towards an upgrade to other services, such as a sports massage ($95).

513 Capitol Ct
Washington,
DC
US

Boloco aspires to delight diners with the unexpected and strives to take care of its employees and the planet in the process. The Boston-based business first opened in 1997 as Under Wraps. But in 2005, it changed its name to Boloco, realizing wraps incited some terrible feelings - often involving alfalfa sprouts. With the fresh name came a new mantra, "Globally Inspired Burritos."

Despite winning an award for "stupidest name change", Boloco's menu has steadfastly offered customers globally inspired burritos and burrito bowls alongside smoothies and shakes, such as the Jimmy Carter, infused with all-natural peanut butter and premium ice cream. Boloco also uses eco-friendly practices, recognizing that today that might mean corn cups and utensils, but tomorrow it could mean driving to work in cars fueled by guacamole.

1028 19th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Dr. Dale Isaacson and Dr. Marilyn Berzin work to boost their patients’ confidence by helping them look their best through a range of aesthetic treatments. The medical professionals have worked together since 1984, combining their extensive medical and dermatological expertise to help their clients achieve healthy, rejuvenated skin. As the years have progressed, so has the skincare technology that the physicians employ—their current offerings include skin-tightening Thermage treatments, wrinkle- and sun-spot-banishing IPL rejuvenation, wrinkle-softening Fraxel treatments, and body contouring procedures designed to melt away fat and firm skin.

1828 L St. NW
Washington,
District of Columbia
US

Helmed by experienced physicians and medical practitioners, Medi-Spa Services LLC conspires to restore skin to youthful vim and vigor via services such as skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, acne resurfacing, and cellulite reduction. Additionally, special lasers blast unwanted hair from their abodes and evict fungus from toenails. Their wrinkle-smoothing Botox treatments last usually for up to four months, ensuring skin as unfurrowed as the Secret Garden's even more-secret cabbage patch. In addition to their in-house treatments, the knowledgeable staff also helps partnering practices to launch into the Non-Invasive Cosmetic Enhancement (NICE) business by supplying them with state-of-the-art technology, custom marketing material, and training.

2311 M Street Northwest
Washington,
DC
US

Fresh out of college, Jeremy Riesenfeld was experiencing poor digestion, chronic fatigue, and deepening depression. After enrolling in a work-study program at the holistic Heartwood Institute, however, he quickly found the tools he needed to turn his life around. Overhauling his diet and spiritual outlook based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, he found peace and health, eventually codifying the most useful practices into an eight-branch system that includes meditation, acupuncture, and feng shui. Now at the head of Transformational Acupuncture, Riesenfeld and his fellow acupuncturists help their patrons properly align their energy through acupuncture, herbal medicine, and advice to stop hanging out in particle colliders.

2000 P St NW
Washington,
DC
US