At Little India Restaurant, authenticity permeates the food, art, and music. Owned by the Baidwan and Malhotra families and staffed with northern India–trained chefs, the restaurant is a multiyear winner of numerous prizes, including CityVoter's award for Best Indian cuisine. Chefs grill meats over mesquite charcoal in the tandoori oven, and season curries with onion, garlic, and ginger. Handcrafted mint-cilantro and tamarind chutneys create opportunities for 11 types of bread to sneak toward unsuspecting droplets of spice-filled sauce, whereas potatoes soften the heat quotient of fiery vindaloos. Within the dining room, calming sitar music fills the air and larger-than-life paintings of food-based revelry decorate the walls and come to life at tables.
Sushi is a complex world of flavors, textures, and colors that may seem intimidating at first. Wasabi Sushi Bar’s spread of more than 90 rolls includes simple california and bluefin rolls for the sushi newbie as well as adventurous items for those delving deeper into the realm of maki.
Yellowfin tuna and cucumber slices fill the more simplistic rolls, and shrimp tempura and avocado cut the delicate brine flavor of barbecued eel in other offerings. The sushi chefs also liberally sprinkle a housemade tempura crunch topping at the sushi bar, and new york strip steaks crackle beneath spicy teriyaki sauces at the grill.
Sleuthing out clues to move beyond symptoms to root causes, the specialists at 100% Chiropractic expedite healing with a roster of preventive care strategies, from instilling better eating habits through nutrition workshops to combating the effects of stress with chiropractic services and massage therapy. The clinic adheres to a cradle to adult-size cradle philosophy, with programs that address the tiny backbones of infants or rehabilitate bodies suffering from headaches, numbness, or ingrown steering wheels after car accidents. The warm husband and wife run practice, which feels more like a spa than a doctor's office, has on-hand licensed massage therapists who are well versed in relaxation and therapeutic modalities to dismantle unhealthy muscular tension patterns or lower stress. The practitioners ease the transition for new patients with detailed information about the initial visit and what treatments may be recommended.
A well-respected name in the world of hair care, Paul Mitchell the School trains its scissor-clad army of stylists to bestow precision cuts and transformative styles. Grown on Paul Mitchell’s sustainable, solar-powered farm in Hawaii, native awapuhi ginger lends its soothing nature to the repair mantra chanted by Mitchell’s KeraTriplex treatment. Designed to help slow the process of color fade, the triple blend of exclusive keratin proteins also helps rebuild peptide bonds to strengthen fragile curls and cowlicks, infusing each strand with moisture to improve softness, shine, and cactus appeal. Expert tuft wranglers dry and sculpt post-treatment tresses into less frothy renditions of the great waves off the Maui coastline. Those seeking new or newly refined head shapes first submit to a thorough sudsing and 5-minute scalp massage in the school’s Wash House. Brandishing sharpened arbiters of style, hair techs prune head fronds to eliminate errant patches of sawgrass and unsprouted chia seeds. A deep-conditioning treatment follows the shear session, prompting split ends to reconcile their differences for a fresh start.
Lucky Strike Lanes Belmar's 16 synthetic lanes gleam under a healthy collection of neon lights and high-definition television screens as leather sofas at each lane cradle guests who patiently wait their turn. When not bowling, bowlers can play foosball or billiards at the onsite sports bar or order from a full menu of pizzas, sandwiches, and other grilled items. The sports bar?s wooden accents add to the alley?s decor, which harks back to midcentury lounge styling without vintage drawbacks such as faulty ball returns or the ghosts of failed mayoral candidates floating down the alleyways.