More than 70 toppings wait at the end of Froyoworld's self-service frozen yogurt line. Fresh fruit, candy, and syrups?including honey and Nutella sauces?cap off cups filled with any of 12 low-calorie, non-fat flavors. Depending on the day, customers may find choco-loco banana or pina colada, or even seasonal varieties such as pumpkin. Regardless of the flavor, each yogurt comes loaded with natural probiotics, and Froyoworld keeps the nutritional content of each flavor within eye-sight so customers know exactly what they're eating or pouring into the gas tank of their yogurt-powered scooter.
Licensed aesthetician Aimee Soles helms Aimee Nicole Esthetics, where she works to emphasize her customers' natural skin with a variety of services. Her customized facial treatments combat acne or dryness by exfoliating, hydrating, and cleansing. Waxing services remove unwanted body hair from areas such as the back, chest, legs, or face. Other treatments include eyebrow and eyelash tints, paraffin masks, and skin consultations.
The highly trained staff at HLC Med harnesses futuristic technology and its own line of products for services that heal, rejuvenate, and beautify. In the guffawing face of father time, technicians roll up their sleeves and unholster their lasers, blasting away acne scarring, rosacea, or hyperpigmentation with the Radiancy SpectraClear system. A chilled-tip laser uproots party-crashing hair from any skin type, and a Q-switched KTP YAG laser sends sun spots packing. Custom chemical peels stimulate cell renewal and collagen production to fill out fine lines, and radio-frequency devices firm up skin and smooth out cellulite. The center also offers services for men, including laser treatments for razor bumps, back-hair removal, and a gentleman's facial that moisturizes faces more effectively than head-butting Poseidon.
Hoping to revive the culture of the neighborhood butcher shop, with its personalized service, attention to detail, and artful products, restaurant-industry veterans Justin Rosberg and Jason Parent took a gamble on their first New Hampshire butcher shop in 2003. Dubbed The Meat House, their store quickly earned a foodie following, spawning additional franchise locations across the country. Today, The Meat House’s many locations stock fine cheeses, prepared side dishes, other gourmet grocery items, and hundreds of wines alongside the usual selection of traditional and exotic meats. Butchers also explain how to prepare each hand-carved cut of meat, sharing recipes, best slicing practices, and cooking techniques for giving pork chops the flavor of justice.
At What a Crock!, chefs turn locally sourced ingredients into experimental and familiar made-from-scratch soups, stews, and chowders. Three signature options headline the menu, including creamy tomato and the chicken-based Doc in a Crock, and chowder. Five daily-rotated specialties join the signature selections on the Slurp side, and on the Sip side, What a Crock! maintains its locally sourced theme with milks, sodas, and waters tapped from nearby springs. For a crunch, the restaurant dishes out freshly prepped salads, such as our house "crock salad" and Caesar salad, in addition to the speciality salads offered throughout the week.