A sort of automotive medspa, Splash N Dash Car Wash & Lube emphasizes cosmetics as well as functionality. Vehicles go from grimy to glowing by way of clear coat, tri-foams, and Blue Coral waxes that rain down from the automated wash tunnels. Detailers are on hand to provide a more advanced cleaning, should clients want the insides and exteriors to look like they did when they first emerged from Henry Ford's thought bubble. As far as performance goes, Splash N Dash also keeps mechanics onsite to make sure automobiles run as well as they look, conducting services such as oil changes and transmission flushes. But it isn't just the cars that get treated well. Customers are invited to sink into leather couches in the lounge and watch TV while their cars undergo cleaning and care.
The chiropractic professionals at Texas Pain & Wellness work to prevent injury and illness so that patients can fully participate in life. The specialists accomplish this by evaluating each person as a whole, investigating age, lifestyle, diet, and fashion sense while rotating the patient on a Lazy Susan. After pinpointing the underlying cause of any pain or ailments, Dr. Alwyn Lorenzo develops a personalized wellness plan that incorporates various services and techniques. In addition to spinal adjustments and massages, the clinic offers New Age remedies including sonic vibration therapy, which aggressively wiggles the body to simulate anaerobic and aerobic exercise.
Formerly known as Mochi Kitchen, Ku's Sushi unites East and West with a bridge of seaweed-wrapped sushi and eclectic Asian dishes, combining the best ingredients from various culinary traditions to create a fusion all its own. Thick cuts of albacore tuna nuzzle into beds of rice on plates of sushi or sashimi, and brave chopsticks duel with the spines of sea urchins before claiming the spoils of victory. Miso lends its salty flavor to succulent fillets of Chilean sea bass and salmon, and staples such as kung pao chicken honor the Asian mainland. Small lamps bathe the dining room's glossy black sushi bar in a scarlet glow as chefs impress diners by making rolls while blindfolded with ribbons of seaweed.
The sizzling sound of fajita platters carried through Fogata’s festive dining room is softened by the gentle babbling of three indoor waterfalls and live music on Thursday and Friday nights. As parties share margaritas and tasty Mexican dishes, a wall-size projector screen displays sports games or what may appear to be a giant talking burrito to especially hungry diners. A recipient of the Fort Worth Weekly's Critic's Choice award, Fogata's specialty queso is flambéed tableside to melt around beef, chorizo, or shrimp, and guacamole is also smashed tableside to ensure fresh, custom flavors.