There's no shortage of rays to soak in at Hot Spot Tanning. The salon offers bed tanning, standup spray tanning, and even a mobile airbrush outfit. This breadth of bronzing options makes it easy to achieve a summery glow without going to the pool or that scary, sandy place where the land suddenly turns into water. In addition to darkening complexions, Hot Spot Tanning specializes in red-light therapy, which can help improve skin's tone and texture.
A small independent coffee shop that offers more than just a cup of delicious specialty grade coffee. Uniquely hand-crafted sandwiches, specialty coffee drinks like you've never seen before and freshly baked goodies prepared daily are just a few things we offer here at Jozoara Coffee Shop.
On Just Love Coffee Roasters’s roasterie tours, owner Rob Webb and his passionate staff detail the process of preparing fair-trade, organic, and shade-grown beans for sustainable brews, which the Murfreesboro Post calls “the freshest coffee available in Murfreesboro.” Single-origin and microlot beans from around the globe darken and split inside a black and chrome Probat roaster, which can reach up to 420 degrees, or about the temperature required to vaporize a telephone book.
Whether stuffed with bananas and nutella or chicken and feta, the crepes at Sonny's Music Caf? and Creperie are built to sate appetites of any size. If crepes aren't your style, that's okay, too, because the caf?'s array of hearty sandwiches and salads include cuts of juicy roast beef on marbled rye or mounds of berries on top of leafy greens. Visitors can also check the schedule to see upcoming live musical performances.
Prepare to savor potent sips after stocking up on a wide selection of invigorating leaves culled from World Cup of Tea’s fragrant confines. Sold in 2 oz. packages, varieties such as white, green, oolong, black, and herbal teas help spark mornings like a series of gentle sweet- smelling slaps to the face. Stuff shoes to the brim with a classic Earl Grey blend ($2), marvel at the flashback-inducing textures of the luxe Jade Goddess tea ($8.20), or boost brainpower to supervillain levels with Dragon Flower green tea ($3.95). The shelves also play host to a variety of non-drinkable, tea-related products. Tote teas in five-cup pots available in a variety of colors ($10 each), pamper bodies with white- or green-tea lotions and shower gels ($11.99 each), or masterfully concoct blends with the aid of a cookbook such as Tea Table Secrets: Recipes and Other Tips From the World Cup of Tea Kitchen ($13.50).
In addition an extensive variety of bean-juice beverages with Zoka Coffee (which won the coveted Macro Roaster of the Year award from Roast Magazine in 2007), Maxximo Jo's offers a full menu of tea, specialty cold drinks, smoothies, freshly made gelato, sorbetto, and baked goods. Actors playing grooms get in character over the intermingling of white and dark chocolate in the tuxedo ($3.45/sm), while real-life brides gulp white-chocolate mocha frappes ($3.65/sm) to make dress trains perky enough to hover above the ground. For a classic fix, slurp the silky combination of steamed milk and espresso in a café latte ($2.85 for a small), or treat tasters to a walk on the wild side with a mocha valencia (dark chocolate with a twist of orange, $3.45/sm). Wake from dreams of cows balancing papayas on their noses with 100% fruit peach-pear-apricot smoothies ($3.80/sm) or Maxximo Jo's large selection of fresh gelato and sorbetto flavors ($4 for 6 oz. cup), often featuring favorites such as pistachio, guava, and caramel.