The bowl of sweets in grandma's house. Late nights sifting through Halloween hauls. A Valentine's Day surprise. Sometimes, a simple piece of candy can conjure up a flood of memories. For Bulk Candy Store’s customers, they have their pick of edible nostalgia from the family-owned confectionery’s vast supply of treats. The store’s retro candies take the form of Charms Blow Pops, Mary Jane taffies, and old-time licorice to transport sweet teeth to the past more effectively than a Tootsie Roll–shaped time machine. The dessert emporium has dedicated sections of its gargantuan stock for kosher and sugar-free candies, and they can also help customers search for candy by shape.
Open seven days a week, Woolbright Farmers Market presents shoppers with a rotating seasonal selection of local and organic produce. Locally cultivated vine-ripened tomatoes ($4/basket) and Georgia peaches ($1.49/lb) complement late-summer barbecue feasts and make acceptable stand-ins for absent family members in empty movie theater seats. Shoppers can also pick up organic apples and pears ($1.99/lb), seedless watermelon ($4.99 each), or two-dozen roses ($12.99), and peruse a lively selection of plants, including basil, rosemary, and bamboo.
Emphasizing the importance of patient comfort, Premiere Dental Care Center’s trio of dentists serves smiles with 45–60 minute appointments tailored to individual needs. Cleaning sessions deploy experienced hygienists to gently scour entire mouth interiors for plaque and tartar, including sub-gumline areas that can breed gingivitis, periodontal disease, or gum puppies. Nitrous oxide and local anesthesia are on hand as needed to soothe sensitive or anxious patients. Exams peek between pristine ivories, investigating crevices for decay and other ailments and taking into account activities that can impede oral health, such as smoking or chewing on limestone walls. Bitewing x-rays lift the epidermal veil over jawlines, evaluating potential problems and ferreting out lurking cavities.
Mootz's Italian Ice scoops homemade, health-conscious frozen treats in a spectrum of classic and inventive flavors. Bright-colored scoops of water-based and cream-based italian ices ($2.49 for a small / $4.49 for a large) fill dainty white cups with robust flavors such as pink lemonade, java crunch, birthday cake, and Red Bull. Ice cream and frozen yogurt ($2.49 for a small / $4.49 for a large) await a mosaic of cookies, candies, cheesecake pieces, and other toppings arranged in American Gothic replicas. Hot philly pretzels ($1.99) warm ice-numbed tongues with a salty embrace within their twisted bread arms.
The team at Atlantic Grove Chiropractic & Rehabilitation works under the direction of Dr. Hessam Khatami, whose lengthy list of accomplishments includes a position as the chiropractor of all Florida Atlantic University athletics. Inside their 2,400 state-of-the-art clinic, Dr. Khatami and company zero in on conditions caused by muscular or joint dysfunction, including whiplash, sciatica, pinched nerves, and arthritis. Many of their treatments unfold within the clinic's rehabilitation suite, which features various machines and pieces of exercise equipment in order to address a wide variety of conditions.