In as little as 12 minutes, patrons can bronze their bodies in Tanning Haven’s Matrix bed. It is outfitted with more than 22,000 watts and six facial tanners. Less intense tanning options, such as base beds and standup beds, are also available and allow clients to relax for up to 25 minutes each session. For those wanting a glow sans UV rays, an airbrush tan or dip in a bath of melted pennies does the trick.
H. Souder & Son's Coffee Cabin brews drinks from beans roasted on-site in an impeccably old-fashioned environment. Baristas whip up two hot, foamy cappuccinos or refreshing iced cappuccinos, or one of each to create one giant lukewarm cappuccino. Egg and sausage piled between english muffins extend morning coziness into the midday as effectively as keeping a spare pair of bunny slippers at the office, and cheeseburgers embrace hearty Angus beef patties. An ice-cream bar chills and cleanses the palate. Later, customers can recall their café experiences with pots of joe brewed from fresh-roasted Grabill-blend coffee beans.
Don't settle for an inferior brew! The java at Java Bean Cafe will perk you right up.
Low-fat foods are not on the menu at Java Bean Cafe, though, so plan to indulge a bit.
Groups of all sizes can easily be seated at Java Bean Cafe.
Java Bean Cafe welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie.
Find a space on the street or park in the lot not far from the coffee shop.
Prices at Java Bean Cafe are a bargain (usually less than $15 for a meal), so you'll have plenty of cash left over to treat a friend (or two).
When perched on a cushy high-rise seat inside the retro environs of Cindy's Diner, one will likely encounter owner John Scheele as he darts about the kitchen, whipping up hearty home-style dishes lauded by reporters from News Sentinel. He sets down simmering plates of farm-fresh eggs, stacks of hot cakes, and thick sandwiches on the bright red and chrome bar, taking time to greet new faces and exchange new jokes with the regulars. When the skilled cook gets an order for his signature "garbage" breakfast, he cracks open eggs before mixing in potatoes, cheese, onions, and ham. He also creates fresh donuts using an old-fashioned machine, icing the warm morsels in strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate.
John keeps his establishment a family affair with his wife Cindy, along with their three children and 20 grandchildren, who can often be spotted serving plates of all-day breakfast and refilling mugs of coffee. Rustic jukeboxes rest on the countertop, showcasing a selection of old-timey tunes, such as "Seven Spanish Angels" and "There's No Such Thing as a Cordless Telephone".
Located within the historical Engine House #10 in East State Village, Firehouse Tea & Coffee Café serves up
fair-trade and organic café treats in a memorable setting. Baristas steep more than 60 types of loose-leaf teas, blend coffee milkshakes, and prepare bubble teas—pairing the drinks with snacks such as curry-chicken sandwiches and quiche. Local art adorns the café's walls, and live bands entertain on scheduled nights. Patrons can also get in on the musical action themselves during open-mic nights.
Edible Arrangement's fruit experts submerge each juicy, ripe strawberry in an indulgent blend of semisweet gourmet chocolate for a culinary combination that is as decadent as it is fresh. One dozen preservative-free strawberries hand-selected from the nation’s most prestigious fruit finishing schools compete for a spot in the gift box, providing customers with the delicious peace of mind that comes with knowing each berry has been chosen for its ripeness and ability to pull off a bikini. Aside from their sensuous taste, each seeded berry contains a high concentration of vitamin C, making it a healthful and heartfelt gift for a loved one or a mailman suffering from scurvy.