Lakewood Ranch Plastic Surgery's experienced team of aestheticians rejuvenates visages by softening skin spots and diminishing the effects of aging. The HydraFacial procedure uses a specialized spiral tool to cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize tired faces, leaving human emoticons beaming brighter than a warehouse rave attended by lightning bugs. The technicians carefully consider each patient's skin type and epidermal flaws before concocting a custom serum, which is then deposited into the deep layers of skin, providing nutrients and hydration. Each gentle treatment reduces acne-spawning oil, smooths fine lines, and provides antioxidant protection against ravening hordes of roving free radicals, while providing less discomfort than being plunked by a softly thrown marshmallow.
A family-owned eatery overflowing with friendly service, SweetBerries comforts lonesome stomachs with blankets of tasty custard, fresh soups, crisp salads, and loaded sandwiches. The menu transports tongue buds to the Big Easy with the New Orleans muffaletta sandwich, piled high with savory meats and homemade garlic-and-olive salad ($6.99). Take a romp through a fancy cheese garden by opting for the savory gorgonzola salad ($6.89), then reward your diligent plate-landscaping accomplishments with a delectable custard indulgence. Put on your best creativity cap or diamond-encrusted hard hat to prepare for a Concrete concoction, which includes a helping of hard-packed frozen custard blended with your choice of candied, fruit-filled, or nutty accoutrements ($3.30/small with one mix-in; $.60 for each additional mix-in).
Vung Tau Oriental Market casts a wide net, providing shoppers with a pan-regional selection of Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Laotian, Thai, Filipino, Malaysian, Indian, and Japanese groceries and ingredients. Items such as pho noodles, fresh quail eggs, tea, medicinal herbs, and lemongrass stems line the shelves and display cases. Selling meats, vegetables, and seasonings isn't enough, though. The market also offers cooking classes, which teach students to use those ingredients when preparing regional Asian dishes such as Korean-style bulgogi beef or Vietnamese-style spring rolls.
Open Door Community Acupuncture is affordable health care. Our sliding scale is $15-40, pay what you want, because we know our community is strong when the people in it are. We don't ask for proof of income--that's not important. What's important is that you get the care you need, at rates that won't break the bank.
While it is a fine purveyor of Hispanic foodstuffs, Acapulco Tropical also dishes out flavorful Mexican fare in the kitchen of its in-store café. Relying on natural, native ingredients, chefs create traditional dishes for carnivorous and seafood-centric palates. Early risers can catch a breakfast of huevos con nopales, in which eggs team with zesty seasonings and cacti culinary wits ($5.49). To launch lunchtime appetites, try a griddled quesadilla filled with asada, carnitas, pollo, pastor, or queso ($1.99). Or fill up mouth caverns with anytime entrees of burritos with a choice of any meat with rice and beans ($3.75), nachos ($6.49), or tortas ($4.25).
Though most vintners have made their wines from grapes, the Shook family turned their focus to other fruits. Starting in 1991, they began fermenting batches of juice from mangoes, red raspberries, limes, and oranges. In 1997, they opened their 14,000 square foot winery shaded by three large oak trees ?where licensed winemakers and distributors ferment and bottle 42 varieties of exotic wines stamped with the Sunshine Tree, the Florida Department of Citrus's mark of quality. Their eclectic selection encompasses citrus, tropical-fruit, berry, stone-fruit, and vegetable wines, each made entirely from the juice indicated on the label. The winery also makes and distributes wine-smoothie mixes and wine pouches, sherries, ports, and champagnes.