Almaden Valley Aesthetics? medical director, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Agheg M. Yenikomshian, leads a team of medical aestheticians and registered nurses that never perform exactly the same a procedure twice. The professional staff specializes in procedures including skin tightening, fraxels, photofacials, and cellulite reduction. Those looking to minimize the appearance of wrinkles may also enlist their expertise in administering facial fillers, collagen builders, and Dysport or Botox injections. In addition to its catalogue of medical services, the team also tailors non-invasive beautifying services to each client?s specific needs, whether they are minimizing stubble through laser hair removal or rejuvenating faces with various peels. Microdermabrasion treatments buff away dead skin while spa-style facials can hydrate skin, infuse pores with Vitamin C, or address common teen skin imperfections such as acne and drivers-ed notes jotted on the forehead.
Many wine bars take their cheeses seriously, but The Grapevine goes the extra mile. Drop by its in-house cheese counter for hand-crafted, organic, sustainable cheeses, cut to order—just make sure you arrive before 5 p.m. If you get there after closing time, don’t despair; you can still enjoy pre-sliced varieties paired with wine flights.
Produce Spot specializes in fresh fruits and vegetables grown on local farms. The hearty sustenance shack boasts a huge variety of organic vegetables and fruits including juicy gala apples, adorable baby bok choy, and pleasantly plump avocados ($1.45–$5.99/lb.). Conventional fruits and veggies such as grapefruits and artichokes provide all the ingredients for a perfect grapefruit-and-artichoke salad ($0.55–$1.99/lb.). Water your lactose tree with a fine selection of conventional and organic dairy products ($0.99–$6.75). Melt-in-your-mouth sweet breads and croissants are consistently worthy morning treats, fueling an entire day's worth of procrastination ($3.25–$3.85). Ready-made salad and sautéed veggie dishes are also available for busy chefs and imposter restaurateurs.
Whether you're in a hurry or want linger with old friends, Chavez Supermarket Mexican restaurant is quick and casual. You won't find any low-fat fare here, though, so leave some room to indulge. No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Chavez Supermarket.
For drivers, a nearby lot is available for use.
There's no need to bust your budget at Chavez Supermarket, with most meals costing under $15. You can stop by at almost any time, since Chavez Supermarket offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Inside Santo Market, Japanese, Chinese, and Hawaiian foods line the shelves, tended to by staffers who can offer up culinary input in English, Chinese, or Spanish. A San Jose staple since 1946, the full service grocery specializes in Asian cuisine. They also serve deli meat and pre-made dishes including homemade Japanese pickles, seafood croissants, and beef teriyaki sandwiches, which guests can enjoy alongside cups of hot coffee and espresso.
The centerpiece of Antipastos is a century-old ravioli machine that turns out delicious pasta stuffed with meat, cheese, or vegetables. The restaurant’s other specialties include homemade sausages, meatballs, and deli sandwiches served on breads baked fresh daily.