This unassuming brick storefront gives way to a full-service salon where stylists excel at men’s, women’s, and children’s haircuts, as well as highlights, all-over color, and perms. Dry, dull locks are a thing of the past after a session with one of the talented, scissor-bearing staff members, who use deep conditioners to imbue locks with much-needed moisture or use ombre coloring techniques to create cascading curls in multiple hues. Beyond the blow-dryer, the staff also deals with unwanted strands by waxing away hair from the brows, sideburns, chins, and lips or even from the full face.
After a car crash, during labor, and while reclined on a table. Janelle Chambers has given clients massages in all of these situations. She has been a certified massage therapist for 15 years, and each year her skill and ability to pummel rocks into dust have improved. Although Janelle has experience in many of the classic modalities—types that include Swedish, hot stone, and reflexology—she has recently been developing her own program in massage and energy work.
Small glowing bulbs line the gabled ceiling like holiday ornaments, illuminating the salon's vine-scored partitions, honey-gold walls, and polished wood floors. Amid these accents, skilled stylists manipulate manes with high-end products by Redken and Paul Mitchell. An aesthetician offers makeup sessions and stifles hair growth by way of waxing, threading, or depriving follicles of vegetables.
Zanya Spa Salon is a full service salon and day spa in historic Lambertville, NJ. We offer big sophistication and service with country charm and elegance. We have been selected as one of the top 200 salons in the country 5 years in a row by Salon Today Magazine.
IceKitchen's dinner menu is a thrilling retreat from the banalities of everyday foodstuffs. Smooth concoctions such as the beef short rib soup ($6.50) and the creamy elephant garlic soup ($6.25) gracefully precede beautiful displays of creative small plates. The trio of wonton tacos ($6.25) fills crispy wonton shells with carne asada and a taro purée beneath a drizzling of avocado-chili sauce and Napa cabbage, while the chicken lollipops ($7.75) skewer hunger with grilled chicken wings marinated in Asian spices and Sriracha sauce. Supsters with more sizeable hankerings will want to seek out the pan-roasted Chilean sea bass sake-marinated atop a grilled sushi rice cake ($14.75), as well as the Szechuan peppercorn-crusted filet of beef with wasabi celery-root purée and buttered Chinese long beans ($14.75). Each dish can find its soulmate within IceKitchen's extensive selection of vodkas.
Hairstylist Sarah Brophy loves color, from the glimmering metal peacock that hangs from her private salon’s teal walls to the vibrant hair dyes she personally mixes at her coloring station. Modernized 1970s-inspired decor also adds pops of color to the intimate salon—located inside the Wellness Solutions Center—where Sarah spends her days cutting women’s, men’s, and children’s manes, adding highlights to hair, or straightening locks with Brazilian keratin treatments. To expertly style new ‘dos, Sarah keeps her cutting station well stocked with products from Redken, Bangstyle, and Kevin.Murphy haircare, all of which allow her to shape tendrils into elegant curls and to be prepared when a client wants a mohawk or a beehive shaped like an actual hawk.