Deals in Walnut Grove

One or Two 60-Minute Signature Facials at Hair Art Day Spa (Up to 58% Off)

Hair Art Day Spa

Downtown Marietta

$70 $32

Custom blends of seasonal, organic ingredients treat individual skin concerns to reveal soft, radiant skin

One or Three Deep Pore-Cleansing Facials from Andrea at AE Artistry Hair and Skin (Up to 57% Off)

Andrea at AE Artistry Hair and Skin

Downtown Marietta

$90 $39

Skin analysis, cleanse, and skin-softening steam, followed by exfoliation, extraction, mask, massage, and moisturizer application

One or Two Permanent-Makeup Treatments at Crawford Plastic Surgery (Up to 76% Off)

Crawford Plastic Surgery

Crawford Plastic Surgery

$750 $199

Organic pigments are tattooed along the brows, across the eyelids, or over the lips by a trained technician using disposable equipment

One or Two Keratin Hair-Smoothing Treatments at Designers Hair & Makeup Studio (Up to 68% Off)

Designers Hair & Makeup Studio

Marietta

$250 $89

Savvy stylists fortify strands with keratin proteins that aim to tame frizz, inspire shine, and simplify manageability for months

One or Six SilkPeel Microdermabrasion Treatments at Aesthetic Center (70% Off)

Aesthetic Center

Marietta

$200 $60

30-minute treatments mitigate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles or acne with deep exfoliation and serums infused into the skin

Haircut with Optional Highlights or Keratin Treatment at Kalena's Beautiful Beginnings Salon (Up to 61% Off)

Kalena's Beautiful Beginnings Salon

Kalena's Beautiful Beginnings Salon

$50 $25

Stylist shapes and conditions hair and adds optional highlights; keratin treatments can keep hair straight and shiny for up to four months

$45 for a 90-Minute Massage at My Massage Inc. ($85 Value)

My Massage Inc.

4

$85 $45

Massage therapaists mix and match multiple methods to relax muscles, ease tension-caused pain, and stimulate circulation

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Step It Up Fitness’s immersive signature boot-camp program engages patrons in nutrition counseling and motivating group training that SmyrnaVinings.com lauded as the area's best boot camp in 2010. Four days a week, campers gather before dawn for 70 minutes of rotating agility drills, strength exercises, and calisthenics fueled by a trainer's ardent cheers.

After trainers test each participant's athletic mettle, they assign them to a team of similarly able bodies or similarly bodied androids. Group accountability and sweaty camaraderie knit these crews together to help their members build confidence as well as lithe, powerful physiques. An accompanying nutrition program extends camp support through mealtime, doling out personalized plans rooted in the food pyramid. Athletes log meals and resultant adventures in Slumberland in a journal to share with their instructors, who use the data to make recommendations for increasing energy and meeting fitness goals. In addition to its boot-camp classes, Step It Up Fitness hosts weeklong speed and agility classes for youths that are led by a staff of experienced certified instructors.

56 Whitlock Ave. SW
Marietta,
Georgia
US

Reservations/Appointments: Optional

Established: 1968

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours

Parking: Free street parking

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Recommended Age Group: All Ages

Pro Tip: Fun for all ages. You do not have to be a dog lover to enjoy bluegrass music, a parade, and dachshund races.

Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Free event with lots of give aways.

56 Whitlock Avenue
Marietta,
GA
US

The sound scissors make as they slowly but confidently close over a thatch of hair is as comforting to Brandy Wyrick as a child’s security blanket. She first heard that sound at a young age as her mother ran the gleaming edges through clients’ manes in her salon. Brandy spent weekends playing with mannequin heads as a child, later graduating to real heads at Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy. Today, she recreates those same snipping sounds inside Hair By The Square and during any open mic event she comes across.

48 Polk St NW
Marietta,
GA
US

The curators of the Marietta Museum of History honor the heritage of Marietta and Cobb Counties with educational events, rotating exhibits, and four specialized galleries that focus on different facets of Marietta tradition: home life, general history, the military, and the Civil War Union Raiders. Since 2000, museum staffers have hosted more than 90,000 visitors, guiding groups past Native American artifacts and antiquated industrial machinery in the General History gallery and navigating a 15.5-acre aviation park filled with civilian and military aircraft manufactured in Marietta. Guns, shells, and uniforms line the cases in the Military gallery, which elucidates the stories of the Civil War, World Wars I and II, and Vietnam, among others. The museum?s special exhibits rotate several times a year, with themes such as Y?All Come Eat: Exploration of Southern Food Ways, which features the nation?s largest display of antebellum macaroni costumes. Visitors can drop by Monday?Saturday, or pick up a membership to receive a newsletter and special invitations.

1 Depot St
Marietta,
GA
US

Kiosco Restaurant owners Eddie Bermudez invite mouths on a transcendent voyage to their native Colombia, using a celebration of traditional dishes packed with unexpected herbs and spices. The meat-centric menu pivots on seven steak entrees, including flank steak simmered with green onions and sautéed shredded beef with thick slices of fried plantain. Other delicacies include colombian sausage and fried slices of yucca and andean potatoes. Guests can enjoy these with tall pitchers of housemade sangria, sipping on a shaded sidewalk patio or inside where sunlight pours through stained-glass windows to cast a warm glow on vibrant paintings and enable patrons to act out their orders with shadow puppets on the muted yellow walls.

48 Powder Springs St
Marietta,
GA
US

After Al Boyce retired from playing football for the Kansas City Chiefs, a new world was calling to him: the rib-sticking world of soul food. After starting his first venture in Kansas City, Boyce began populating the Atlanta area with southern cooking in the form of Chazz’s Place, a pair of eateries named after his son. Al’s Barbeque is his fourth restaurant, where the scent of slow-smoked boneless meat sluices through the air and induces salivation like a rabbit placed in front of Elmer Fudd. Heaping plates of shrimp and grits compete for attention with barbecue ribs, pork chops, and chicken that’s grilled or southern-fried with buttermilk. Housemade sides of collard greens, baked beans, and black-eyed peas round out each meal.

34 Powder Springs St
Marietta,
GA
US

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