Home Services in Downtown Scottsdale


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  • Outrageous Olive Oils and Vinegars
    With a light flick of the knob, a slow stream of balsamic vinegar flows from the spigot of a steel fusti at Outrageous Olive Oils and Vinegars. It’s the final step in a process that began 18 years ago in Modena, Italy, where vinegar makers crushed trebbiano grapes and sealed them in wood barrels—the technique necessary for vinegar to earn a classification as traditional balsamic. These meticulous standards extend to the rest of Outrageous Olive Oils and Vinegars’ elixirs. Owners John and Rayna recruit olive oil that has been cold-pressed, extracted without chemicals, and infused with all-natural flavors. Additionally, their expert staff are on hand to help customers navigate the shop’s selection of 35 olive oils and vinegars, pointing out each bottle’s country of origin, flavor notes, and messages written by castaways. They also draw on their own culinary expertise to suggest recipes and flavor pairings.
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    7240 E Main St.
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Myosymmetrix
    MyoSymmetrix offers the highest quality and most advanced massage treatments in Arizona. Come experience the difference....
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    4301 N 75th St
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Mabel's On Main
    Mabel’s on Main At least in our cultural imagination, mid-century America was a place of grandeur and decadence—a throwback to the Jazz Age, but with all the trappings of modernity. Whether that place ever truly existed is debatable, but one thing isn’t: Mabel’s on Main has captured all of its intoxicating charms. From handcrafted cocktails to intricately embossed tin ceilings, Mabel’s leaves no detail unaccounted for in its reconstruction of a lost era. Indeed, it’s hard not to feel like a character from Mad Men while sipping on a classic gin martini or any of the bar’s other signature cocktails. Meanwhile, the rest of the menu betrays more contemporary influences with a focus on flatbread pizzas, gourmet burgers, and artisanal cheese platters. If you’re really interested in time travel, book a night in the private room. This secret lounge painstakingly recreates all the elegance of the 1950s' most exclusive clubs with its customized menu, personal concierge service, and roving Elvis impersonators.
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    7018 E Main St
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Scottsdale Arts Festival
    Named the Best Arts Festival in 2010 by the Phoenix New Times, the Scottsdale Arts Festival has showcased the fine arts since 1971. This year, nearly 200 jury-selected artists from around the United States and Canada contribute vibrant paintings, glass and ceramic sculptures, and photography. Throughout the festival, artists engage guests with interactive projects while tunes from live bands create a lively soundscape. All the while, gourmet food trucks serve up classic festival eats such as hot dogs, barbecue, pastries, and more. Throughout the day, kids of all ages can skip over to Imagine Nation to participate in artistic activities surrounding a theme of "The Color of Fun ? The Fun of Color,? including storytelling, dancing, and modeling paper hats.
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    7380 E 2nd St
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Azalea Decor and Gifts
    Equipped with years of experience as an interior decorator, Azalea’s owner Lori Watts curates an eclectic set of contemporary furnishings and dazzling jewelry. Sparkle hounds can sniff out gems such as the pearl jewelry box ($30) and jeweled frames ($45). Meanwhile, the numbered wine glasses prevent involuntary drink swappage and encourage guests’ polite debate about the merits of arithmetic ($15). Groupon buyers can also take a chunk out of the cost of bigger ticket items such as the duck-footed dresser mirror ($88) or the oversized glazed ceramic chip and dip ($95).
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    6926 E Main St
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Michele's Massage & Aesthetics
    Michele Silvernale is no one-trick pony. At her namesake studio, she caters to the unique needs of each individual client with an expansive repertoire of services that aim to soothe and beautify. And each treatment can incorporate a dizzying array of features, from naturally derived ingredients to hypermodern aesthetic technologies. Michele's range of facials include a traditional European service that nourishes skin with exfoliants up to the PBE Bio Visage facial that uses microcurrents to tone the skin and break up hyperpigmentation. Futuristic microcurrents are also used during body-toning sessions, which are designed to stimulate cellular metabolism and circulation with pep talks transmitted over subtle electrical frequencies. Massage therapies inspire inner beauty by emulsifying stress with soothing techniques. Deep-tissue and cupping treatments pinpoint the sources of chronic tension, while therapeutic massage can incorporate a foot scrub and mask. The full-body scrub uses a blend of mineral salts and sugar, and a choice of body wraps infuses skin with detoxifying herbs, nourishing algae, or softening botanical mud.
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    4300 N Miller Rd.
    Scottsdale, AZ US
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