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  • Odana Hills Dental
    Dr. Noah Juedes helms Odana Hills Dental?s friendly team of hygienists and dental assistants, who tend to grins within the comforts of a newly renovated, full-service dental practice equipped with advanced technology. Comfortable treatment rooms?each furnished with a television, modern lighting fixtures, and rich hardwood accents?keep patients comfortable as the staff performs services that range from routine cleanings to delicate root-canal therapy. Digital x-rays and intraoral photography assist the staff?s keen eyes as they scan mouths for cavities or abnormal alignment. Cosmetic enhancements include thin veneers to cover up chips and teeth whitening, which works to put each tooth closer to its dream of growing up to be a pearl.
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    5510 Medical Circle
    Madison, WI US
  • Maurie's Fine Chocolates
    Maurie’s forges edible chocolate masterpieces with gourmet ingredients from Ghana, Guatemala, and other faraway lands along with local organic creameries. In accordance with a carefully guarded family recipe, each succulent morsel is designed to delight the eyeballs and smack tasters with the full force of spice-, fruit-, and nut-empowered chocolate. The Spring Fling box fills mouths with cocoa-based delicacies such as dark-chocolate truffles with balsamic or lemon-cardamom infusions, local cranberries clothed in chocolate, or chocolate-covered almonds (warning: contains almonds).
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    1637 Monroe St
    Madison, WI US
  • U Bake
    U-Bake transforms busy folks into kitchen virtuosos with ready-to-bake breads, cookies, pot pies, and more. Newfound bakers can roll out of bed and into breakfast with a fresh cinnamon roll or break up afternoon doldrums with more than 50 varieties of cookie dough, from the bestselling cranberry walnut white chip to the daring Skrumption, with soft fudge, caramel, or fruit filling ($4.99–$9.79). A variety of frozen bread dough, pizza crusts, and sweet and savory pies fill stomachs, placate palates, and require nothing more than an oven and freezer or igloo ($3.99–$11.99). Those with wheat sensitivities or intolerances can also nab a variety of gluten-free products, such as bread, bagels, pies, and pastas.
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    6632 Odana Rd
    Madison, WI US
  • Fit 2 Eat
    Fit 2 Eat’s quaint, 13-seat dining area creates a homey, wood-adorned atmosphere that accommodates both friendly chats and romantic arm-wrestling competitions. In addition to low-fat, reduced-sodium meals, Fit 2 Eat bakes a bevy of seasonal treats, including fruitcake for Christmas, macaroon fudge bars for Passover, and fresh challah bread every Friday.
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    3742 Speedway Rd
    Madison, WI US
  • White Lotus Teas
    At Newfitu, massage therapists Brie Groskreutz and Todd Harth call upon their respective specialties as they deal with tension-riddled clients. Todd pairs his work as both a massage therapist and personal trainer with Brie?s formal education and training in exercise science. And it?s this combined familiarity with the human body that informs wellness services for all manner of maladies, from sore backs to corsets that should have never been put in a dryer set to hot. Newfitu?s massage styles include soothing hot-stone, deep-tissue, prenatal, oncology and sports modalities that can be tailored to any field-related injury. Massages can be scheduled to take place at the treatment center or in the comfort of a client?s home. For those seeking ongoing wellness, Newfitu also offers personal training and a core-stability program, during which clients work to strengthen their abs, lower back muscles, and understanding of oversize rubber balls.
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    237 North St
    Madison, WI US
  • Willy Street Co-op
    Fresh fare can be found at Willy Street Co-op, where visitors seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Vegans and health nuts unite and find your way to Willy Street Co-op. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Willy Street Co-op's tasty dishes at your next party. At Willy Street Co-op, diners can easily find street parking or parking in a nearby lot. You won't get sticker shock from your bill at Willy Street Co-op — prices are usually less than $15. Willy Street Co-op has three square meals a day on the menu, so swing by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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    1221 Williamson St
    Madison, WI US

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