Sun Tan City’s trained tanning consultants help clients get bronzed via UV-free tanning booths and ergonomic tanning beds. Guests can schedule a single visit to touch up an existing tan, purchase a multivisit package to get a discounted rate, or become a member to take advantage of the salon’s 100% guarantee.
• For $12, you get a haircut and style ($17.95 value) and deep-conditioning treatment ($10.95 value; a $28.90 total value). • For $30, you get a haircut and style ($17.95 value), partial highlights ($46 value), and a deep-conditioning treatment ($10.95 value; a $74.90 total value). A full-service salon for the whole family, Fantastic Sams has hair-savvy staff shearers that tame frazzled flax into more maintainable styles. All haircuts start with a soothing shampoo using Fantastic Sams' signature line of products intended to promote hair health and rid the cranium of laser-tag-related stresses. Whether clients plan to consult the stylist about face-flattering looks or replicate the head-hide of a favorite state senator, scissors-wielders snip and style ($17.95) each lock to match the desired look. Deep-conditioning treatments ($10.95) reach into locks’ recesses, infusing follicles with moisture as they wrestle four-square balls from playground bullies. Like a good movie of a classic novel, partial highlights ($46) introduce a subtle new hue but maintain the essence of the original.
Ophthalmologists Dr. David I. Malitz, Dr. M. Alijajeh, and Dr. C. Mark Millsap team up with Doctor of Optometry Zach Rossman to clarify vision with Ohio Valley Eye Institute's range of cutting-edge eye-care services. Basic eye exams for children and adults test whether eyes need corrective lenses or LASIK. During cataract surgery, high-energy sound waves obliterate the cloudy intrusion into microscopic particles, and an intraocular lens usually eschews the need for stitches. The staff also brightens eye surroundings with cosmetic procedures such as blepharoplasty, which lifts drooping upper eyelids and tightens sagging lower lids, as well as Botox and laser resurfacing treatments. The ophthalmologists especially pride themselves on their surgical skills, having completely eliminated the need for glasses in many patients who have been told they weren't candidates for corrective procedures in the past.
The doctors sit down with each patient to review their selected procedure step by step in order to alleviate anxiety. Supportive friends or family members who stand by can amuse themselves by turning on the television or perusing a selection of magazines in the waiting area, or by peeking into their loved one's treatment room through a window to watch the surgical action.
When she cured a ham, Mama Meacham knew what she was doing; her original recipe has lasted for five generations. Today, her great-great-granddaughter, Amanda Meacham Coy, uses the very same recipe when curing Meacham Hams' selection of bone-in, hickory smoked, and spiral-cut hams. When preparing country-style ham, the kitchen staff lets this secret mixture of salt and other ingredients draw out water from the meat for up to 40 days, imbuing it with a firm, rich texture that's delicious in sandwiches or salads.
But hams are just one of the Meachams' specialties. The team also prepares smoked turkey, applewood-smoked bacon, and savory summer sausages. Other items enliven breakfasts, such as homemade buttermilk pancake mix, cinnamon-whipped honey, and strawberry jam.
Bagelrama?s famous steamed bagel sandwich is an agglomeration of soft doughy circles, warmed meat and veggies, and gooey cheese. The bagel sandwiches are stuffed with a mix of breakfast- and lunch-geared ingredient combinations, including corned beef hash, eggs, and sausage gravy; and pulled pork slathered in housemade barbecue sauce. Bagels are also sold by the dozen, and paired with such cream cheese flavors as chocolate hazelnut, pineapple, and pecan pie.
In the early '20s, tobacco processor Richard Henderson Soaper opened the six-story Soaper Hotel?a landmark in downtown Henderson known for its arched windows and circular balcony. Now the first floor hosts Delizio, an Italian-inspired eatery where patrons can devour pasta dishes, chargrilled boneless rib eyes, and deli-style sandwiches and soups surrounded by vintage architectural features.
Guests can also head to the bar area to sample 10 craft beers and martinis and listen to live music on Friday and Saturday nights. On Tuesdays, they can belt their hearts out during karaoke and participate in trivia on Wednesdays, proving to smartphones that humans can still access information in their own brains.