Secure a digital overhaul to soothe what aches your hardworking phalanges with the mani-pedi treatment. The classic manicure ($15) and spa pedicure ($45) procedures clip and trim keratin handhorns and footclaws into shapely nails before buffing and polishing them into shining hammer-shields. The paraffin treatment uses warm molten wax as a conditioning dip, coating your feet and locking in moisturizing goodness that leaves skin as soft and smooth as a baby's pickup lines. If you deem your finger-helmets equally worthy of wax, pay an additional $5 to upgrade to the Spa Manicure ($20) with paraffin treatment.
In addition to its namesake plate, Black Tuna serves seafood, pasta, salads, and American cuisine. Start with an order of eponymous blackened-tuna bites ($10), or hunt for the elusive spicy battered jumbo buffalo shrimp ($10). Local favorites, neighbored with a salad and choice of veggie side (garlic mash, steak fries, baked potato, or veggie special), offer up numerous opportunities to fill your internal torso purse. Try tuna either blackened and Cajun drizzled ($19) or pan seared with parmesan, basil, mushrooms, and lump crab meat ($20). Non–fin fans will appreciate the chicken penne pasta ($13) swimming in creamy alfredo or the rib eye peering out from behind a curtain of caramelized onions ($22).
The head-to-toe services offered at Lotus Day Spa all revolve around the same goal: to relax and beautify clients. Facials rid pores of dirt and infuse skin with vitamin C to improve firmness and elasticity. Massage therapists knead knotted muscles so backs aren’t all lumpy, and aestheticians apply flutter-worthy eyelash extensions. Mani-pedis with Shellac polish and nail-art add-ons round out the list of pampering services.
A-1 Nails staffs its business with artists that showcase their creative talents on small canvases. They paint clients’ fingernails and toenails with artistic designs that include zebra prints, neon-color blocks, and diagrams of the Pythagorean theorem.