At Sol Y Luna Tanning's three locations, sunless-tanning experts unveil a varied collection of body-bronzing apparatuses and direct visitors toward tanning products that jive with each person's skin type. The shop's standup and lie-down tanning beds from brands such as Solarix, Sun Up II, and Malibu darken epidermal expanses with UV rays, and spray-tan booths envelop bodies in a mist of UV-free tanning formula that doesn't streak, unlike unencumbered window panes running freely through the rain. Sol Y Luna Tanning's ornate chandeliers shed light over well-organized displays of lotion that guests can pluck to maintain their skin and newly earned tans.
Mediterranean cuisine meets southwestern cooking at Kabbab House, where natural marinades, gourmet ingredients, and a mesquite grill flesh out a savory menu. Pita bread accompanies each appetizer, including a quintet of stuffed grape-leaves ($4.99) and hummus ($4.99). Guests can slurp a bowl of harira soup, which contains fresh tomatoes, celery, cilantro, chickpeas, and lentils sprinkled with mouth-opening Moroccan spices ($3.99). To keep stomach muscles from atrophying, dine on merguez kabbab, an entree of grilled lamb and beef sausage soaked in house spices and served with rice and house salad ($11.99), or vegetarian couscous ($8.99).
Born in the Lebanese city of Tripoli before moving to Canada in the '80s, Frank Ishraki was raised on the traditional cultures and flavors of his homeland. Ishraki dedicated himself to sharing the classic, healthy flavors of Lebanese cuisine, first in Canada, then at his family of restaurants around Orlando. The Lakeland location is a convenient, quick-service shawarma stop complete with chicken, lamb, and beef loaded on rotating spits to cook evenly and slowly hypnotize diners. Guests can enjoy meats wrapped in pita or served on a platter with tabbouleh and hummus or go vegetarian with rice-stuffed grape leaves and fried falafel.
The fabric refurbishers at Golden Touch Drycleaners take care to preserve delicate garments while picking up and delivering them and applying a gentle, eco-friendly cleaning solvent. Pants ($5.15), blouses ($4.75), and long-sleeve shirts ($2.11) depart on round-trip vacations to toss back detergent shots and hang with unfamiliar garments before returning refreshed to their workaday existence. Since 1987, Golden Touch's cleaners, who process all garments at the company's own plant, have specialized in preserving bead and sequin sparkles as well as reviving the crispness of suits ($10.25) and billowy texture of dresses ($9.25). Waterless washers can also expunge stains from sensitive leather and suede or return the pop to the high collars of polo shirts ($4.25) that have started drooping and sniffling softly at night.
At 50 calories per serving, the only things missing from d'Lites ice cream are artificial sweeteners and sadness. Each day at the shop, two specialty flavors guest star (chocolate and vanilla are available every day), including concoctions such as honey-roasted pecan, piña colada, English toffee, blackberry, and more. In all, d'Lites has more than 200 flavors in its recipe Rolodex. The shop slings soft serve into cups ($2.39–$4.19), cake cones ($2.99), and luxurious chocolate waffle cones ($4.09), as well as into specialty creations such as shakes ($3.09), sundaes ($3.89), and their signature Banana d'Lites ($4.19). If you want to shower a newlywed in sprinkles, order them and any other extra toppings for $0.55–$0.75 each, and if you're on the run, grab a to-go pint ($5.09).
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