Zebra-print couches, curtain-draped manicure coves, and funky lamps create a kid-friendly oasis where little ones can revel in some pampering with age-appropriate nailcare. Little Diva Spa is a licensed nail spa that gives kids their first taste of spa life without having to first get a reverse anti-aging facial. The attentive staff lavishes its diminutive clientele with manicures and pedicures with comforting flourishes such as bubble spa soaks, massages, and even ice-cream treats. Since it might be hard to pry kids out of the decked-out spa, they can spend a day reveling in a spa package or celebrate their birthday there, where groups of friends can kick back with manicures and pedicures, strut their stuff during the Little Diva Walk photo shoot, and leave with a set of polished nails. While lending children the full experience of a beauty salon, the technicians do not cut cuticles or use sharp instruments.
Flash Cleaners' team members dry-clean everything from shirts and draperies to wedding dresses and three-piece suits. And they do all the dry cleaning onsite, which means they give each piece their personal attention while keeping costs down. That personal attention includes removing buttons from formal wear before processing and letting their expert stain abolisher, Victor, spot-clean garments with his 25-plus years of experience. There’s also the nine-step inspection of each piece that passes before their eyes to ensure its proper cleaning and handling.
Forty years of science forms the basis for the carefully balanced meals crafted in the kitchens of Chef-Fit. Designed for weight loss or muscle gain, each meal nourishes fitness seekers with a protein and a vegetable made from organic, hormone-free ingredients. Meals are fresh and never frozen or preserved between the pages of a heavy book, and arrive twice a week, ready to be heated in the microwave or oven.
The chefs at Tapas Lantana source produce from an Indiantown farm and also dry-age their own beef in-house. These local ingredients help lend homey flavors to the menu of Spanish-influenced small plates such as sliders with ground beef, chorizo, and shoestring plantains. The chefs can also customize paella for a whole table of guests by infusing the rice dish with paprika, garlic, and the diners' choice of four ingredients, such as chorizo, scallops or wild mushrooms.
Dark wooden tones, candelabras with drips of dried wax, and an immense marble-topped bar help to create a rustic ambiance inside what Boca Raton magazine described as "one of the prettiest dining rooms this side of the Mississippi." Along the sunset-orange walls, an extensive selection of Spanish, Italian, and South American wines rest in cubbies, like pet dragons during first-grade naptime.
Boynton Beach Boat Rentals provides the means to enjoy all that the area's waterways have to offer. Guests can power through the intercostal channels or venture to Peanut Island seated in a bowrider, deckboat, or sport-cabin powerboat as the wind whips through the vessel's open top. Boat rentals facilitate aquatic activities such as water skiing, tubing, or diving and fishing expeditions, as well as the chance to find out what salt tastes like.