Boasting an array of state-of-the-art equipment, Neighbors Car Wash transforms mud-caked autos into pristine driving machines. The premium gold wash brings a twinkle to your steel steed's grille-smile with a tire shine, rim cleaner, and triple foam that removes even the most persistent dirt-drawn portraits of Elvis, along with a five-day sustainability guarantee that safeguards against the vengeance of extremely patient birds. For more prolonged pristinity, the monthly pass gives off-roading racers and gearhead germaphobes a way to sterilize their vehicles' fiberglass skin every day.
The chefs cook chipotle parmesan au gratin grouper in their mesquite oven, sizzling it at the precise temperature that will preserve its juiciness—its appetite-rousing aromas filling the adobe-walled restaurant. They then nab the fish from the oven and place it on a plate alongside mexican rice and southwestern-style vegetables, resulting in the restaurant’s signature grouper dish.
For more than 20 years, patrons have been filling their bellies at Santa Fe Cafe knowing that their menu of southwestern dishes has been prepared with the same level of precision and care. As diners nibble, they can snuggle up next to an oak-fire chiminea and listen to live ranchero guitar tunes. On the open-air rooftop cantina, groups can belly up to the curved bar shaded by a wooden canopy, or pull up to a table and admire the stars and the bumper stickers on the backs of UFOs, which read "My other UFO is a bike."
Marshgrass Adventures' staff designs expeditions that explore their passion for the diverse ecology of the Lowcountry region, including Hilton Head Island. From fishing outings to leisurely kayak tours, the knowledgeable guides enlighten tour goers on the varied flora and fauna that litter the shorelines. The staff supports both catching and releasing or grilling the area's fish, which include trout, tarpon, and redfish. Guests on stand-up paddleboards slip out across the water, perfecting their balance quickly as they cut among swaying grasses and blue herons.
Settle in for a comfy, casual, and convivial lunch or dinner just across the street from the beach in Coligny Plaza. Inside, Market Street’s homemade soups get slurpy raves, and wraps satisfy stomachs with an eclectic array of ingredients ranging from shrimp and crab to juicy tenderloin and melted provolone. Specialty pizzas offer diners succulent options, such as the greek-chicken and spanikopita-like spinach pizzas. Market Street Cafe gladly provides a kids’ menu that includes classics such as PB&J and grilled cheese for taste buds that refuse to grow up.
Since graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic 15 years ago, Dr. Terri Norburg has been realigning out-of-whack spines. She manually examines bodies and x-rays spines to root out the cause of pain before tackling discomfort with adjustments, electric muscle-stimulation treatments, and physical-therapy services. To boost the health of her patients even more, Dr. Norburg pairs ailments with beneficial vitamins, such as vitamin C for people with a vitamin C deficiency, or potassium for people with bananaphobia.
Following a car accident, Doctor of Chiropractic Patrick Leonard had chronic lower-back pain to the point where his back would give out on him, and his physicians gave him frustrating advice: to accept that he had a bad back. Instead of accepting this painful fate, he enlisted in chiropractic treatments, and his pains have all but vanished in the years since. In that time, he became a chiropractor himself and, along with Doctor of Chiropractic Timothy Wanninger, another former sufferer of chronic back pain, helms Charleston Chiropractic Associates. Their treatment methods include spinal adjustments and manipulations, massage, cooling cryotherapy, and therapeutic exercises.