With more than 35 facilities spread across Arizona and California, California Arizona Storage Centers helps homeowners, renters, and business owners manage their living and working spaces with handy self-storage units, huge 14’ moving trucks, and safe stowing spaces for RVs, cars, and boats. Before freeing up valuable square footage in their domiciles, clients zero in on their exact storage-space requirement with a 3-D calculator, ensuring that every inch of storage is put to use. In addition to helping customers haul and stock cargo, California Arizona Storage Centers recycles computers, TVs, copiers, and other electronics through its All Green Electronics Recycling program, diverting more than 250,000 pounds of waste from landfills since 2010, and staving off the imminent nanobot uprising for at least a few more years.
Since 1977, Let Them Eat Cake Inc. has lived up to its name by combining art-filled cake with cups of freshly baked goodness, which patrons are then allowed to eat. While the menu of cupcakery changes daily, perennial powerhouses are always available, such as Boston cream pie, butter rum, better than sex, and red velvet rose. Complementing the traditional staples is a rotating cast of creations ranging from the Jackson Pollock (vanilla cake injected with butter rum Bavarian cream filling and splattered with buttercream frosting and butter rum) to the cosmos cupcake (lemon cake blasted with buttercream filling and wrapped in a blanket of raspberry and coconut). The variety of flavors and fillings is so vast, it would take a decoding ring on every finger to calculate the total number of combinations. Though one must never underestimate the power of a cupcake, skeptics can ensure sweet-tooth satisfaction by ordering a custom-built cake at a 10% discount—if ordered up the same day as the cupcakes are picked up (allow 7 days notice for the cake order).
Hairstylist and lash-extension specialist Ashley Alexander works amid Allure Lash Bar's simple, chic space, where she provides everything from quick cuts to floor-sweeping hair extensions. Clients can sink into Ashley?s styling chair for some beauty maintenance, such as trim and color retouch, or redo their looks with everything from the Keratin Complex smoothing therapy to full or partial hair extensions. Lash extensions are perhaps one of Ashley?s most-popular specialties?her synthetic lashes pump up natural lashes for up to 90 days without using mascara or taping feathers along the eyes.
Each Best Dental Care AZ-chosen location is staffed with skilled specialists committed to clobbering cavities and punishing plaque, then gives them the futuristic technology they need to perform almost any dental service in-house. During the exam, this team of oral spelunkers gives your grinders and gums a thorough visual inspection before digital x-rays check for deeper dental difficulties, such as cavities, lesions, and trapped miners. Next, chompers will be cleaned, flossed, brushed, and buffed to a smooth, fresh finish. To make sure you sport a glimmering grille in time for your next blacklit social function, Best Dental Care AZ will also send you home with a teeth-whitening kit that can brighten your mouth bones while you watch TV.
The saucy sorcerers at Sonora Mesquite Grill transmogrify fresh ingredients into a menu's worth of dishes from the Mexican state of Sonora, including a beef recipe that garnered Best Carne Asada in 2010 from Phoenix New Times. Diners scale mountains of nachos Sonora supreme, facing avalanches of cheese, beans, and chicken or carne asada ($8.50), a choice denied most Everest climbers. Tacos cradle pico de gallo alongside carne asada, chicken, or barbacoa beef marinated overnight ($2.50+), and burritos barrel in with an appetite-crushing arsenal of rice, charro beans, and veggies with a choice of meat ($7.60), fish ($8.50), or shrimp ($8.50). Patrons spin grilled quesadillas ($6.50+) on their fingertips as they nibble, impressing Shaq, who could consume—but not spin—a basketball.
The lengthy menu at Indian Delhi Palace caters to a great variety of palates, and that might be because owner Harjit Sodhi has had plenty of time to hone his craft. Sodhi opened Indian Delhi Palace in 1985 as a place to share classic Indian dishes with the local community. He continues this mission with the restaurant, as well as with his on-site Sodhi banquet hall, where customers can gather for engagement parties, wedding showers, and business events. Indian Delhi Palace is also home to a spice store that brims with the very ingredients diners need to replicate the eatery’s Indian fare or to replicate the scent of the eatery’s Indian fare in their car air fresheners.