The doctors at Advanced Vein Center specialize in minimally invasive surgery, phlebology, and interventional radiology, making them a trusted team for vanquishing spider veins, varicose vessels, and Trivial Pursuit opponents. They employ a trio of techniques when battling vascular conditions: noninvasive laser therapies, sclerotherapy injections, and radio-frequency powered VNUS ClosureFast. To ensure patients know which treatment is right for them, the doctors offer free vein screenings at all of their locations.
The seasoned, friendly tendril-tamers at The Hare Hut civilize savage cuticles and pacify surly digits with expert nail services. With a professional manicure, customers relax as grabby grapplers are buffed, filed, and polished to glistening perfection. Meanwhile, the bundled pedicure service revamps toes so they feel gorgeous enough to approach dapper shoes and ask them out on a date. As their phalanges are thoroughly mollycoddled, patrons can soak in the welcoming ambience of The Hare Hut’s brightly colored furnishings and warmly lit space.
Spartas infuses serenity into peaceful patrons with relaxing, therapeutic treatments. Nullify nagging knots and kinks in bone-and-muscle storage devices by appeasing them with the soothing strokes of a massage ($35) instead of rubbing them with a homemade apple pie. The detoxifying aromatherapy steam ($10) cleanses dirt, grime, and oil from the pores while softening the skin. A hand paraffin treatment ($15) exfoliates dead skin cells from hardworking phalanges with the Beauticontrol instant manicure and softens appendage ends with a repair cream. Multiple layers of paraffin are then applied to make hands silky smooth and ready for glove fittings or afternoons spent shaving coconuts.
At Good Health Rejuvenation, a skin savior repairs dingy dermis with two types of Glytone chemical peels. A salicylic-acid peel gently wipes away excess oil, dirt, and chalk drawings of Conrad Bain from blemish-prone skin on a client's face, back, and chest, and the glycolic-acid peel irons out fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation, leaving skin looking millions of seconds younger. Clients can then procure medical-grade skincare products such as a mild gel or cream wash ($29), facial cream ($42–$46), or exfoliating lotion ($32–$38) to continue their skincare regimen at home. Though rare, side effects for both peels can include mild pain and itching and can last for up to a week.
Vernon's Café hosts feasts of classic Italian and American dishes in a warm family atmosphere. The dinner menu is populated with hearty starters such as the steamed mussels in a white-wine-garlic-butter sauce ($7) and a selection of fresh salads ($6.50–$10.50). Try the veal marsala ($17.50)—veal medallions sautéed with marsala wine and mushrooms—or entertain the handmade jumbo cheese ravioli which, like eccentric Italian uncles, are always stuffed with ricotta and spinach and bathed in a meatball-tomato sauce ($11). The lunch menu lights flavor flares with well-seasoned plates such as a bruschetta gamberetto caprese of chopped shrimp on tuscan bread with marinated tomatoes, basil, and olive oil ($8). Forge a peace treaty over a harmonious dish of cavatelli and sausage in a classic tomato sauce ($7.50) or delight enemies with a declaration of war folded in the ciabatta bun of a chargrilled chicken sandwich with roasted peppers and provolone ($7.50).