Wine shelves, glowing in the near-black azure of the deep sea. Undulating waves set in the smooth surfaces of columns and sushi bar. Bubble-like sheets of lights. The easy flow of Haiku Sushi & Seafood Buffet seems to mimic the smooth rhythm of the eatery’s namesake poem. Patrons slip through the restaurant, gazing at a buffet laden with a rotating selection of sushi, clams, fresh-cut sashimi, and lobster. Like snow tires stored for the summer, the seafood options stay cool on thick beds of ice, and the nearby grill releases merry crackling as chefs place made-to-order entrees on its rippling-hot surface.
Padded black booths surround grills beneath gleaming hoods, which reflect the glow of sunset-orange walls as they sweep away rising warm air and spice-steeped aromas. On Palace Korean Bar & Grill's tabletop skillets, chefs sizzle menu items such as pearlescent curlicues of kimchi and cuts of seafood as well as bulgogi, spicy slices of brisket also known as Korean barbecue. During the all-you-can-eat special, silverware jangles endlessly like a knight looking for his car keys as diners tuck into bottomless helpings of marinated beef short ribs, tender marble brisket, spicy pork belly, and jumbo shrimp.
It's nice watching someone else make dinner for a change?especially when the meal prep becomes a full-on show. At Tokyo Steakhouse, chefs bring their culinary skills tableside to entertain diners with flaming onion volcanoes and knife juggling. They can hand-wrap cucumber, green onion, and masago into spicy-tuna sushi rolls, and grill steak, chicken, and fresh vegetables for teppanyaki dishes. Accompany your meal with a specialty cocktail such as the Banzai, which is a mixture of tropical fruit juices, rum, and a splash of almond, and finish the meal on a sweet note with mochi ice cream.
At A Moment In Time Photography, skilled photographers collaborate with their subjects to find flattering, casual poses and scenic backdrops for shoots, held either in the studio or on location. A Moment In Times’ photogs aim their lenses to capture images of newborns, freshly engaged couples, happy families, or sultry boudoir poses, such as a come-hither pout paired with a sash that says “come hither.”
The professional staff of stylists and colorists at The Hair Co. welcome repeat customers and referred clients as they sculpt hairdos for men, women, and children using products by Paul Mitchell and TIGI. When they aren't snipping strands and tinting locks with new hues and highlights, stylists condition frazzled mops with Redken conditioning treatments and perm tendrils so they resemble mint-condition Slinkys. Guests preparing for fancy occasions can have stylists add feather extensions or twirl tresses into sophisticated updos.