William David Salon is housed in a 1940s cottage in Alpharetta, where customers are warmly greeted by a team of stylists who consult with each of their clients over coffee or wine in the salon?s gourmet kitchen. The salon is host to a variety of products from top brands including Davines, DS Labs, and Ref. The salon's aestheticians further enhance clients' natural beauty with facials, microdermabrasion, peels, and masks.
The bold flavors of Cuba take center stage at Palomilla's Grill House. The chefs specialize in traditional Cuban recipes, from plates of crispy fried plantains to tender pork roasted in a blend of tropical juices, mojo sauce, and garlic. They incorporate a wide range of ingredients to craft whole fried red snapper to creamy flan made with a hint of coconut. Although they stick to more traditional recipes for dishes, the staff find room to experiment more behind the bar and their in-home chemistry labs. Bartenders mix together six styles of mojitos using the restaurant's signature homemade mojito mix and a variety of Caribbean rums. These drinks help give guests the courage necessary to hit the dance floor during live music showcases on the weekend.
Mojito Cafe's kitchen erupts in energy as chefs sizzle steaks, grill fish, and blanket chicken in cheese to fill a vivacious menu of Cuban cuisine. The Mojito Sensation platter's skirt steak, baby churrasco, chicken filet, and shrimp ($18.99) lets dates stage fork-tine battles over a shared plate, and a Cuban sandwich's grilled cuban bread firmly grasps a pile of ham, swiss cheese, and sliced roast pork for easy plate-to-mouth travel ($7.99). On the seafood menu, grilled fish filet and a small school of shrimp perfect their backstroke in a garlic, wine, and parsley cream pool ($17.99). Diners can challenge the chicken milanesa plate to a game of hide-and-seek, as breaded chicken filet stealthily hides under a spanish marinade and blanket of gooey mozzarella cheese ($11.99).
Wafting aromas of sizzling seafood usher diners into Mambo Jambo's colorful and lively dining room. Kick off an evening of harmonized chewing with an appetizing goat-cheese salad, an emerald ensemble of baby lettuce and romaine quenched with a flavorful ambrosia of key-lime vinaigrette and balsamic dressing and topped with tumbling boulders of honey-roasted walnuts and crumbled goat cheese. After patrons have fully plundered herbaceous platters, a member of Mambo Jambo's friendly wait staff interrupts dialogues of gratuitous lip-smacking with a main course of paella de mariscos. Through the paella's copious haystack of saffron-infused rice, diners can dig for a plethora of seafaring savories, eliciting forkfuls of chewy calamari and disrupting a group of shrimp, scallops, and clams as it drafts a position on how central nervous systems are overrated. With today's second option, diners can assuage digestion with a sweet glass of sangria or a minty mojito.
Coco Cabana brings a taste of Cuba to Tucker with a varied selection of sandwiches and other finger-friendly eats. The restaurant boasts an especially lengthy list of tapas, including fried calamari, stuffed zucchini, and a creation called El Cubanito: roast pork, Serrano ham, pickles, and cheese, all brought together with spicy mustard and Cuban bread. Visitors can also wrap their hands or surgically attached panini presses around sandwiches, such as fried tilapia with sautéed onions and breaded chicken breast with tomato sauce.