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After searching Sacramento to no avail for a venue where kids could explore their creative impulses, two moms took the matter into their own hands and set about constructing their ideal children's art space. Eschewing the formalized, expensive art classes they found elsewhere, the duo opened ArtBeast with the goal of providing kids aged seven and younger with a mind-opening playground. In the three-level building, children can roam free, playing musical instruments, splattering paint, or dressing up in a constantly rotating wardrobe of costumes. Regular classes inculcate un-self-conscious expression with more structured activities, helping toddlers create their own works of art based on favorite pieces of lint or introducing them to ballet in dance classes. Complimentary organic coffee keeps parents as energetic as their offspring, and the studio's month-long passes encourage guardians to stick around and bond with fellow caretakers of insane miniature people.
Everything changed for Mosaic Salon in 2013. The owners decided to move to a new location, which presented an opportunity to completely customize the space. And did they ever. The interior was rebuilt from the drywall up, including custom styling stations and a custom reception desk. It now also doubles as an education space where master stylists can teach new techniques and students can practice new color approaches using mannequin heads that always sit perfectly still.
The attention to detail put into the salon also extends to the service menu, making every haircut, color treatment, or facial just right for the client. The stylists and aestheticians have products for just about every style and are trained in product lines including K?rastase and Dermalogica. As a Bumble & bumble-preferred salon, the staff also gets new products soon after they come off the line, keeping them at the forefront of innovation.
Behind each door in R U Tan's spa-like facilities lie state-of-the-art tanning beds that vary in strength and style. The tanning center's certified consultants can help bronze enthusiasts select the best bed for their skin type or help assemble a tanning plan that combines sessions in the standup bed, the plush Extreme bed, or the Hydration Station bed that resembles Woody Allen's time-traveling vessel in Sleeper. Experienced spray-tanning techs provide an alternative to UV-ray bathing by instantaneously coating the skin in an even, natural-looking tone.
Some might call Sun Flour Baking Company at Plum Cafe's founder, Rey Ortega, an idealist. He discovered vegan diets when, almost 20 years ago, he decided he had to do something about his chronic food allergies. His personal choice became his passion, with his vegan and vegetarian bakers and staff producing a wide variety of vegan, gluten-free, and wheat-free baked treats. Rey's ovens churn out dozens of different flavors of cookies, from java and chocolate chip to lemon, and his golden brownie eschews both wheat and gluten for pinto- and rice-based flours. To keep things fresh, the selection of cookies and brownies rotates daily, like tires with the same diameter as Mars. The online store Rey maintains also packages his best sellers for sale around the nation. In his quest to further the vegan cause, he even wrote and published a children's book called The Organic Adventure of Tucker the Tomato, which chronicles the journey of an organic tomato.
In a white converted home that looks like it belongs on the beach, the Sugar Plum posse churns out vegan baked goods and café fare made from local, fair-trade, and organic products whenever possible. A rotating cupcake menu includes standout flavors such as lemon lavender and mocha hazelnut, and head baker Melissa’s gluten-free and vegan carrot cake, as reported by the East Sacramento News, won a silver medal in a culinary contest where it was the only vegan entry. Sugar Plum renames its Sundays Donut Day in honor of its airy glazed donuts, served from 10 a.m. until stock runs out or the donuts stage a rebellion. Less sweet lunchtime eats often star the kitchen's house-made tempeh bacon, whether on an avocado club sandwich or atop a risotto-and-nut burger with a melty slice of Daiya “cheese.” The staff helpfully accommodates allergies and raw-food diets.