Deals in Downtown Farmington

$39 One 60-Minute Massage at iHeart Massage Mobile Spa (Up to $90 Value)

iHeart Massage

Farmington

$90 $39

Massage therapist of 10 years melts stress away with one of five massages, including relaxation, Swedish, deep-tissue, or sports massage

Tranquil Relaxation or Serenity Escape Spa Package at Bellis Therapeutic Spa (43% Off)

Bellis Therapeutic Spa

Downtown Farmington

$175 $99

Spa packages include spa robe and slippers, face and scalp massage, aromatherapy oils, and warm towels; heated memory foam tables

One, Three, or Six Airbrush Tans at SprayChic Airbrush Tanning (Up to 53% Off)

SprayChic Airbrush Tanning

Downtown Farmington

$40 $19

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Tanning specialists imbue skin with richly bronze, UV-free color

Haircut and Blowout with Optional Color or Highlights at The Getaway Salon & Spa (Up to 54% Off)

The Getaway Salon & Spa

Farmington

$120 $60

Stylists trim locks and enhance volume with blowouts before complementing new looks with optional coloring treatments

Cut, Style, and Conditioning Treatment with Optional Highlights at Glamour Looks Salon And Spa (Up to 53% Off)

Glamour Looks Salon And Spa

Farmington

$145 $69

Stylists cut and condition locks and add dimension with highlights at a salon that specializes in hair design for all ages

One or Two 60-Minute Bowenwork Relaxation Treatments at Bowenwork Energetics (Up to 69% Off)

Bowenwork Energetics

Downtown Farmington

$120 $39

Bodywork therapy helps the body reset itself to its normal, pain-free state

$62.50 for Initial Ayurvedic Consultation at Beayurvedic ($125 Value)

Beayurvedic

Farmington

$125 $62.50

Consultation introduces clients to Ayurveda basics, offers customized lifestyle and nutrition guidelines, and teaches relaxation therapies

Two, Four, or Six Microdermabrasion Treatments with Mini Facials at American Regenerative Clinic (Up to 62% Off)

American Regenerative Clinic

Farmington

$260 $129

Diamond microdermabrasion sloughs away dead skin cells on the face to reveal smoother, younger-looking skin; mini facials cleanse faces

Select Local Merchants

From behind a frozen granite slab, the staff of Cold Stone Creamery uses twin spatulas to blend custom servings of ice cream and creative mix-ins to fit customers’ exact specifications. Founded by Donald and Susan Sutherland in 1988, Cold Stone began under the hot Arizona sun, eventually spreading its frosty fingers to encompass more than 1,400 locations worldwide. Despite the size of the company, each location’s staff keeps up the handcrafted quality, making ice cream onsite every day and using those signature spatulas to create delicious pointillist art against the freezer wall.

33175 Grand River Ave
Farmington,
MI
US

As owner of Ruby Blu Salon, Michael Barone brings 13 years of experience to its styling operations, overseeing staff members who sculpt tresses amid exposed ceilings, track lighting, and portraits of models with stylish 'dos. The son of a professional hairstylist, Michael followed in his father's footsteps—a difficult task, as they were filled in with hair clippings. In addition to traditional haircut and color services, his team smooths frizzy tendrils with keratin smoothing treatments and nourishes coiffures with products by Moroccanoil and Kemon Nayo Organic Color.

33191 Grand River Ave
Farmington,
MI
US

Each year?when the harvest moon rises over the countryside?the people of Downtown Farmington start to dance. Bands play, bartenders serve micro-brews, and chefs from area restaurants hand out tasty samples during the Harvest Moon Dance: one of the signature attractions at the annual Harvest Moon Celebration. Live music continues throughout the festival, greeting attendees' ears in styles such as classic rock, folk, and intermittent silence. Other attractions include beer and wine tasting events and Harvest Day, when visitors young and old can meet livestock and partake in family-friendly games.

George F. Riley Park
Farmington,
MI
US

When 21-year-old Richard Paganes founded the first Tubby’s in 1968, it’s possible he had no idea he’d just established a dining dynasty. But after a decade in business, Richard’s sub shop in the Detroit suburbs was too popular to remain a solo act. And so began a franchising effort that lets today’s customers choose from more than 65 Tubby’s when a sandwich craving kicks in or they need a u to win an alphabet game on a road trip. The menu boasts more than your typical deli fare—though the Tubby’s Famous sub of salami and ham is the eatery’s most popular. For a twist, staffers also pack sandwiches with grilled steak and chicken, burger fixings, or veggies.

33171 Grand River Ave.
Farmington,
MI
US

As co-owners of New Cedar Restaurant, Said Jawad, Lina Mizher and Rami Jawad aimed to bring the cuisine of their native region of Farmington. The result is a menu of accessible Middle-Eastern cuisine?as well as a handful of American classics?all served in a casual, family-friendly environment. Across the menu, highlights include classic shish kebabs, falafel dinners, and mini savory spinach pies.

23336 Farmington Rd
Farmington,
MI
US

There's a secret hidden in the name of Bellis Therapeutic Spa: "Bellis" is actually an acronym that describes the staff's values. The team maintains a diverse menu of massages, peels and facials, and body scrubs and wraps. But every single treatment, without exception, is guided by the core priorities stashed in the Bellis name. "B" refers to a Belief in natural products and ingredients. Aestheticians scrub bodies with white tea and ginger, milk with honey and ginger, and herbed lavender salt. Holistic treatments such as ear candling celebrate natural methods, and oatmeal facial masks help nourish, hydrate, soothe, fuel, and disguise bank-robbing clients all at once. "E" stands for Empowering, the first "L" is for Listen, and the second "L" is for Learning. These three values work in tandem, as staffers pay close attention to clients' goals and concerns, then empower them with personalized skincare education clients can take home. "I" is for Integrity, meaning that the team respects guests' privacy and needs, while the last "S," standing for Services, refers to the leisurely pace at which clients are encouraged to enjoy each treatment.

33104 Grand River Ave
Farmington,
MI
US