Like a skilled yet benevolent warlock, Oni plies her purportedly magical fingers to mix her own organic facial products, using elements such as raw honey, apple-cider vinegar, and coffee. She gently administers a range of soothing treatments with these housemade elixirs, massaging faces and applying masks. Oni also specializes in waxing, during which she minimizes pain while maximizing the number of unwanted hairs she sends to an early retirement—probably in a warm state such as Hairizona.
When you’ve got a name as bold as Sushi on Fire, it’s do or die to make your restaurant the absolute best. Luckily, this Huntington Beach restaurant manages to wear its name without being pretentious or overbearing. Their sushi truly is on fire. Their secret? They don’t settle for anything less than perfection whether it’s with their chefs, staff, or food. They’re committed to using only the freshest ingredients, prepared by masters of the craft, and served lightning-fast for your culinary enjoyment. In addition to conventional sushi, they also serve an assortment of grilled sushi that provides a fresh new outlook on this traditional Japanese dish.
Robeks uses the freshest ingredients to craft made-to-order drinks and eats that will make you feel guilt-free about grabbing a quick bite. Join the berry party with berry smoothies such as the Banzai Blueberry, Strawnana Berry, and Cranberry Quest, all of which pulverize fruit together with non-fat yogurt and sodium-free ice ($3.45 junior, $4.45 regular, $5.45 large). For more pulchritudinous pulverized pulp, energize your day with power smoothies, including the Cardio Cooler (with a base of passion fruit and mango juice), which blend juices, sherbets, soy and whey protein, and vitamin boosters ($5.45 regular, $6.45 large) into an elixir that that will revitalize even the most workout-withered body. Bites include protein-packed Kim & Scott's Gourmet Pretzels such as pizza or spinach feta ($2.45 each), and the hair-raising goodness of Lenny & Larry's power muffins or cookies with flavors such as banana, chocolate chip, pumpkin, and more ($1.99 each).
With a generously-sized Great American Yogurt cup in hand, customers can make their dessert creation anything they want it to be. The self-serve frozen-yogurt parlor sates frosty dessert cravings with a rotating list of flavors and a buffet of over 75 different toppings. There's no limit on the possible combinations: creative eaters might pair their favorite flavors of Custard, Sorbet, Italian Ice and Low Fat/Non-Fat Frozen Yogurt with nuts, fresh cut fruit, hot fudge or gummy bears.
Hurricanes Bar & Grill has been pouring out 22 taps of brewed satisfaction for landlubbing locals since 1992. Prep palates for culinary ironman competitions with esophageal calisthenics in the form of 25 appetizers. Taste buds are engaged in a game of hot potato with an order of poppers, in which fire-roasted jalapeños are stuffed with a cream-cheese-and-cheddar filling, beer battered and deep fried ($5.99), and a bite-size United Nations holds assembly in the southwest eggrolls served with avocado cream and chili cilantro sauce ($6.99).
Though the bakers at The Funnel House experiment with state-fair-style recipes, they don't limit themselves to dishes from, well, the states. Instead, they specialize in funnel cakes, as well as the dessert's Latin American equivalent: handmade churros. They serve both dishes in their classic, sugar-dusted form or topped with scoops of ice cream, whipped cream, or fruit. It isn't just the desserts that are state-fair classics, however. Staffers also fill glasses with cold lemonade and creamy cinnamon horchata.