Our tanning Salon has been in business since 1994. We offer 11 Tanning Beds, 2 Tanning Booths and we are excited to introduce our new Red Light Therapy bed. Red Light Therapy improves skin tone and texture, controls pigmentation spots, reduces fine lines and wrinkles and much more..
Seven-time winner of the South Bend Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Award, Mattress Warehouse stocks more than 1,000 name-brand mattresses, offering an array of innerspring, memory-foam, latex, and adjustable beds from manufacturers such as Serta, International Bedding, Sleep Logic, and Scandinavian. Sheep-counting customers can dive into recurring barnyard dreams resting atop twin mattress sets (starting at $199), Queen Memory Foam pillowtop sets (starting at $599), and Serta Perfect Day queen sets (starting at $1,499).
The experienced mechanics at Zolman Tire keep cars road-ready with diligent care that has earned their shop the title of Reader's Choice Favorite for auto repair in the South Bend Tribune every year since 2003. During the oil-change service, auto experts swap out dirty filters while cars slurp down up to six quarts of conventional or synthetic-blend oil, resolving internal-combustion conflicts and keeping the engine cool enough to be the lead singer in a Boston cover band. Then, Zolman's motorcar magicians inspect other fluid levels and perform a 22-point vehicle inspection to ensure various systems are performing at their optimal levels.
The Stop In Family Restaurant serves up hearty portions of classic American comfort fare. Early risers can indulge creative impulses by building towers of fluffy pancakes ($3.59 for three) and using the waffles to make crispy castles with gooey syrup moats ($3.89). Meanwhile, the farmer's omelette yields tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese, an edible edition of Poor Richard's Almanack, and a choice of meat ($6.29). At lunch, the three-alarm pizza cranks up the heat with a medley of jalapeños, peppercinis, and banana peppers ($12.95 for 14 in.).
To begin the 2- to 2.5-hour process, licensed technician Andrea Hoese neatly trims nails in a private room according to each client's personal needs, whether they are shaping nail tips into arches or nail beds into futons. A soothing steam-towel wrap shrouds skin in warm comfort, working to open pores and provide deep moisture. Andrea kneads feet, legs, hands, and arms during a relaxing massage before slicking on a finishing coat of China Glaze polish that contains china clay, which not only renders nails shiny, but also hard enough to claw the bark off a redwood.