For nearly 20 years, Hair Experts Salon & Spa has been nurturing head nests with a variety of shaping and strengthening services. Reshape unruly scalp strands with a trendy haircut, courtesy of one of the salon’s fashion-forward stylists, many of whom have trained at the Redken Exchange in New York City.
Featured in Lawrence Journal World, AB’s appeases a multitude of meal proclivities with a menu full of hearty breakfasts, lunchtime sandwiches, and namesake crêpes and coffee. The Florentine crêpe, stuffed with mozzarella and feta cheeses, artichoke hearts, spinach, green olives, and garlic, offers savory sustenance to midday munchers ($7), and the Chocolate Bliss crêpe gift wraps Nutella, ricotta cheese, and bananas for bated sweet teeth ($7). Scrambled eggs, bacon, ham, sausage, and chicken join forces under the alter ego Jason to halt hunger and enact vigilante justice on offending jaywalkers ($7.50). Cups of espresso ($1.25), cappuccino ($2.25), and tea ($1.25) enliven afternoon study breaks in AB’s small dining area. Sidle inside or call ahead to order to-go crêpes from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Tuesday–Friday, with slightly longer hours on Saturday and Sunday.
Juice Stop uses fresh, nutritious ingredients to whip up their low-temperature, high-energy smoothies ($3.26–$4.35). Make over your morning routine with a Coaches' Choice smoothie (non-fat milk, chocolate, yogurt, and cappuccino mix), or jog through a Single Track (watermelon, raspberry, mango, strawberry, yogurt, sherbet). Protein-packed options such as the Bench Press (banana, strawberry or chocolate, with muscle powder and protein) are hearty enough to replace a meal or glue the legs of a G.I. Joe onto a Barbie. All smoothies are blended from scratch (no mixes are used) and fresh veggie and tropical fruit options are available as well.