Crunchy strips of bacon curve around the hot dog, buried under chipotle cream sauce and a colorful array of diced peppers. The bacon-wrapped hot dog at Scorpion Grill sums up its menu as a whole, which seamlessly blends Mexican and American grub. Other dishes also showcase the fusion such as chipotle-garlic mashed potatoes and a New Orleans–style fried shrimp in a po' boy slathered with spicy cream sauce.
April & Co.'s owner, Paula Malerba, believes in the importance of education. That's why all of her hairstylists continually attend the L'Oréal Knowledge Lab in New York City to stay up to date on the latest cutting and coloring techniques. Aestheticians stay sharp, too, providing careful makeup applications and an anti-aging facial that's organic and seaweed-based, like the diet of a health-conscious manatee.
For more than two decades, artists of all ages have congregated at Studio E, ranging from 3-year-olds learning to cut and glue to the professional artists leading lessons. Sprawled across 2,000 square feet, the studio hosts classes on visual-art fundamentals for kids, tweens, teens, and adults in media such as ceramics, painting, and collage. Individualized lesson plans are catered to the unique needs of each student. Guests are required to commit to consecutive week sessions when taking multiple classes. Two excused absences are permitted for 8-week sessions and 1 excused absence is permitted for 4-week sessions.
A fleet of continuing-education classes keeps the stylists at Mira Posa Hair Salon up on the latest hair trends for men, women, and children, which is why they provide modern and creative cuts, colors, and services that include keratin smoothing and extensions. They also break out their scissors and shavers during St. Baldrick’s events benefiting children with cancer. Other beauty services at the salon include Shellac manicures and face and leg waxing. Mira Posa stocks professional haircare and skincare products so clients can maintain their new looks at home.