Since their maiden deterging in 1944, Tower Dry Cleaners and Laundry’s purification professionals have been expunging grime and removing rumples from legions of suits, dresses, linens, and more. Drop-off detoxes unshackle slack trousers ($6.95), shirts ($7.35), and sweaters ($7.05) from chronic creases, and plunges into bubbleless bathtubs eradicate dog hair from blazers ($7.95) and two-piece suits ($13.70) after forcing Fido to adhere to the dress code on Take Your Pet to Work Day.
Fitness Unlimited's trainers have a refreshing workout philosophy: they don't want clients to spend every free minute at the gym. Rather, they want them to find a healthy balance between their workout goals and their outside life. To achieve this, the fitness center offers an array of athletic activities at various times throughout the week to fit busy schedules. Fitness offerings include everything from personal training and group classes to yoga and massage.
Since it’s housed in a quaint building on Rainbow Boulevard, it’s no secret how The Boulevard Barber Shop got its name. Of course, it’s not called the shop for nothing. With minimum frills, this men’s shop is indeed one of the top spots to go for a haircut, straight-edge shave, and advice on winning an arm-wrestling match against a bear. Skilled barbers, Andrew and Daniel, clean up the mop-tops of adults and kids, and can even etch signature designs into hair—such as initials or lucky numbers—upon request.
Penny the Peacock is positively brimming with confidence. As the logo of Refresh Medical Day Spa, Penny epitomizes Dr. Angela Garner's goal for her clients: that each will leave the cozy confines of her med spa feeling as renewed as a peacock, whose beautiful feathers fall out and regrow over the course of a year.
Dr. Garner, a hospice director and an internist with more than 20 years of medical experience, facilitates the renewal process with traditional spa services, including facials and massage therapy, as well as specialized treatments such as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
Come to First Watch for a sandwich and side — this eatery serves American cuisine everyone will love.
Dieters beware — First Watch does not offer low-fat cuisine.
Check email, shop online, or get the latest game scores on First Watch's free wifi.
Through their catering service, First Watch can also set out a delicious spread for your next party.
You can also grab your food to go.
$15 can't buy you much, but it can buy you an amazing meal at First Watch.
Breakfast fare is rated highest at the restaurant, though you can also stop by for lunch or dinner.