The cooks behind the restaurant, lounge, and café keep things focused, putting together a tight menu that draws from the best of American cuisine, including grilled burgers, Cajun rice sides, and chef-prepared fish fillets. In addition to a trio of salads, they prepare four pub-grub appetizers, including pork-chop bites, mozzarella sticks, and deep-fried chicken wings dunked in thai, bourbon, or spicy Cajun sauce. After digging into finger foods, diners can enjoy entrees of grilled chicken breast or grab hold of one of four classic, no-frills sandwiches—such as the BLT or turkey club—that come with housemade potato chips.
Thirteen signature mixed drinks—12 of which bartenders spike with Cîroc premium vodkas—act as the bedrock to a drink menu filled with fountain drinks and domestic and imported beers. A peach-flavored one, for instance, blends with orange and cranberry juices to create Peach on the Beach, a tastier treat than the short-lived Prune in the Fridge.
Like Prince Charming searching for the foot of his Cinderella, the staff members at Sunlimited Tanning look for just the right tanning technology to fit each customer. They take into account a number of factors, including clients’ complexions and natural skin tones, and they use this information to prescribe treatment with one of four different tanning beds or a UV-free airbrush-tanning booth.
The salon’s tanning beds come equipped with amenities such as ultra bronzing bulbs, high-pressure facials, and built-in air conditioning. Technicians also take pains to make sure the bulbs in all tanning beds are replaced every 500 hours, lest they break open and spill the sun’s tears that they contain. Sunlimited’s staff can help clients’ tanning results last with a selection of skincare products that oxygenate the skin, and the salon offers Fit infrared body wraps to fend off fat and cellulite.
Sculpted Tans' professional airbrush tanning provides a natural-looking golden glow without exposing skin to harmful UV rays, chemicals, or sharp beach glass. The pigmentally potent solution, which is odorless and made of natural ingredients such as sugar cane and red raspberries, uses three different bronzers that develop on skin in 6-8 hours and last 5-10 days. Because it's a fine mist applied by a steady-handed technician, Sculpted Tans' airbrush tan leaves no orange streaks or cheetah spots. Sculpted Tans recommends you shave or wax, exfoliate skin, and do not use any topicals before your airbrush tan, and afterward, moisturize with Vitamin E lotion or leftover BLT mayo.
The skillful sun-sprayers and machines at Tansyou Tanning Center team up to coat physiques with an eye-catching, even tan. Beach-shy bodies can loosen up with a trio of Norvell airbrush tans, applied by a professional with an eye for detail, and another eye for reading messages on blimps. The salon stocks Norvell's DHA-formulated tanning mist, which interacts naturally with skin's amino acids to develop into a bronze as dark and even as Darth Vader's breathing pattern. Those vying for the attention of simulated sun can opt for six months of unlimited 15-minute sessions in the salon's SuperClass 170-watt bed, whose regularly changed bulbs aim to cultivate rich color while avoiding burn.
Galvanic Spa & Tan helps bodies glow with a combination of infrared heat, light therapy, and tanning treatments. Its Formostar infrared body wraps burn calories and contour curves, and its red-light therapy smoothes fine lines and wrinkles produced by aging or letting your face air dry. Bodies glow further with the center’s tanning beds or spritzes of Magic Tan 3000 formula—which bronzes without sun exposure—as well as teeth-whitening services.
Razors combines a classic barbershop feel with contemporary cuts and styling, with its spa services recently expanded to include services for women. Treat masculine manes to a shampoo, cut, and style ($35), strike down facial hair in its prime with an old-school straight-razor shave ($35), or contour cuticles with a manicure ($20) and a pedicure ($45). A 30-minute deep-tissue massage ($65) preps overworked male or female muscles, and the 30-minute junior-varsity sports massage ($65) can increase athletic ability, reduce the risk of injury, and assist you in your quest to become the first person to climb Mt. Everest while on a horse. Deep clean the dermis with a 30-minute facial ($50) or revitalize a fatigued face with a micropeel ($50). Razors also offers waxing services, with arms ($50 each) and eyebrows ($20) just a few of the body parts susceptible to deforestation.