For more than 20 years, Dr. Frank Comstock watched patients walk into his emergency room looking older than their years. Recognizing that lifestyle changes could help them look and feel healthier, he set out to supplement his emergency medical training with mastery of anti-aging medicine. He now leads the skilled team at Lifestyle Spectrum, which has three specific areas of focus: physician-directed weight loss, bioidentical hormone-replacement therapy, and anti-aging supplements. His weight-loss program combines nutrition plans, prescriptions, and physician guidance, and his wide range of supplements help patients shed pounds, increase energy, or achieve immortality.
Silver Mine Subs swiftly serves cold and hot sandwiches, using a no grilling or frying approach that puts the spotlight on the fresh, crisp ingredients. Browse the menu in search of the Steam Engine, a warm hoagie stuffed with meatballs, marinara sauce, and provolone (5", $4.39), or the turkey-and-avocado-packed Caribou (8", $5.79). Those who like a culinary challenge can take on the Mother Lode, with layers of roast beef, turkey, ham, and salami, packing a more flavorful punch than a chocolate-dipped boxing glove (5", $5.49). Complement subs with a piping-hot cup of broccoli-cheese soup ($2.99) or a garden salad sprinkled with fat-free ranch dressing ($4.79) to round meals and fill bellies.
Award-winning extra-virgin olive oils from both hemispheres line shelves inside Tubac Olive Oil, sharing space with bottles of traditional aged balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy. Visitors can explore the fruity, nutty, and peppery notes of oils pressed in Egypt, Greece, and other countries or opt for mild Moroccan olive oil, which the shop's specialists infuse onsite with flavors such as bacon and black truffle. Balsamic vinegars that have been smoked or steeped with flavors such as espresso make sophisticated dressings and sauces. Patrons can also peruse olive-oil-based soaps and beauty products.
As their name implies, the technicians at Data Doctors see computers as patients, and look to cure CPU maladies rather than simply treating symptoms. In the span of a short wait, the team diagnoses the problem at hand and determines the best course of action, should it be repairs, upgrades, or complete replacements. The winner of a Spirit of Enterprise Award by the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and fluent in both Windows and Mac systems, the computer sleuths root out viruses and spyware, optimize drives with defragmentation and registry cleaning, and even delve into cases to drive out fan-choking dust and infestations of robotic ants. Once services are complete, they chat with each customer to explain how best to prevent a return visit.
The team's expertise also extends to the sale and setting up of new computers, including the safe transfer of data from old hard drives to new ones. To keep businesses running smoothly, Data Doctors can set up new networks, lend supplemental IT help, and recover data lost to the void.
Offering the carnivorous Southwest an authentic taste of midwestern meat markets, Dickman’s provides hordes of hungry Arizonans with a vast array of beef, steak, poultry, and seafood. Try the crowd-favored ugly steak, a 6–8-ounce slab of sirloin perfect for steak sandwiching ($8.99/lb.), paired with a side serving of Dickman’s twice-baked potato ($3.99/lb.) to instantly earn membership meat-and-potatoes club, which comes with a lifetime supply of mustaches, or scour the cases of Kobe beef and USDA Prime and Choice meats to discover the cuts of the day. Those in the mood for a hearty, between-bread meal can try a three-napkin sandwich ($4.99 for a 6 in.) along with one of many homemade salads ($3.99/lb.).