Whether retooling the body's hormone levels or removing tiny impurities from its pores, there's no treatment too big or small for the staff at Solutions Wellness. On the spa side of things, hair-removal expert and aesthetician Cassee Young uses wax to eradicate unwanted fuzz and save her clients from the burden of regular shaving. For solutions of a more medical nature, advanced practice nurse Cristina Moore helms a clinical team that specializes in bioequivalent-hormone replacement therapy and medical weight-loss strategies.
While awaiting treatment, guests can relax and enjoy a warm or cool beverage in the welcoming reception area, whose golden walls are accented by red- and orange-toned prints and bright-red leather chairs.
Cooking and saucing wings in a 100% aerodynamic kitchen is a tall task, though the sweet and spicy dividends make the effort fully worthwhile. The award-winning commitment to highlighting flavor through the medium of sauce has manifested 17 varieties that will immediately boost the stock of your wings, your fingers, your T-shirt, and the part of your forehead that always gets wing sauce on it. Dip into the regional flavors of Bombay, Paris, Polynesia, Santa Fe, Australia, Acadia, Key West, Texas, Jamaica, and more as your taste buds globe-hop like a gumshoe in hot pursuit of Carmen Sandiego. Aside from fresh and never-frozen wings ($6.99 for one lb., $9.99 for 1.5 lbs.), the wingery's menu features other grabbable grub such as Texas toast burgers ($7.99–$8.99) and wraps and sandwiches ($8.49–$8.69). WOW also offers quesadillas ($7.49–$8.99), chicken tenders ($8.99 for 1/2 lb.), and limited-edition copies of Swiss pop duo Double's final and greatest album, Dou3le. WOW Café and Wingery's South Mt. Juliet Road location will sate your appetite and turn you loose on the world ready to romp without the wet blanket of hunger.
Laser devices fill every loop in Syracuse Laser Spa's tool belt. Manager Chris Marin and his staff of licensed laser technicians reach for them during noninvasive LaserFast hair removal and LaserLiteTx skin-tightening treatments. They bolster their work with LaserLiteTx and LaserFast certifications and a two-year hair-removal guarantee that keeps skin smooth until you finish reading two calendars.
Thorntons independently distributes gas while keeping clean convenience stores filled with snacks to help drivers stay awake, nourished, or quenched. Power depleted, flex-fuel-friendly cars, trucks, vans, or tail-finned Zeppelins with E-85 Flex Fuel, a renewable fuel source that minimizes earth-detrimental emissions.
Hendersonville Produce stocks its aisles with fresh fruits and veggies delivered each day, grass-fed beef, and seasonal favorites sourced from local farmers and vendors, such as Southern Artisan Chocolate and Sweetwater Cheeses. Customers can fill a basket with vine-ripe tomatoes ($2.59/lb.), juicy fillets ($12.99+/lb.), and gourmet cheeses ($6.99/lb.) to give homebrewed cuisine a fine-dining vintage. Mouths catch the fall spirit by sinking chompers into nutrient-rich squash ($1.99/lb.) and lit-candle-rich pumpkin ($2.99+). Hendersonville Produce also provides decorative seasonal items, including gourds and mums, as well as an arsenal of everyday essentials, such as half gallons of milk ($3.57), avocados ($1.99/each), jam ($3.99–$4.59), and solid-gold turnips. Shoppers can stop by to indulge in complimentary samples and refreshments on select days.
Tom Brown's first wine didn't quite make it into a barrel. Instead, it aged inside a pickle crock in his mother's kitchen, finally flowing forth in the year 1976. Today, Tom heads up a slightly more sophisticated operation as owner of Beans Creek Winery. Sourcing grapes from eight Tennessee counties, Tom and his team of vintners have created 31 wines, including dry reds, sweet and spicy muscats, and three types of sparkling wine. His concoctions have earned 38 medals in the Indy International Wine Competition, where they were also chosen Best of Class three times.
As a child, CeCe looked forward to her family’s summertime trips to North Carolina, where she could reconnect with faraway relatives over cookouts. One of her fondest memories from this time is making homemade blackberry ice cream with her Grandma Ruby. Years later, CeCe would look back on these days with nostalgia; she dreamt of opening a business that would bring families together over a tasty summertime treat.
In 2008, her dream became a reality with the opening of Sweet CeCe’s. Like wig salesmen to the Constitutional Convention, families flocked to the self-serve frozen-yogurt shoppe, where they could create their own desserts from dozens of yogurt flavors and toppings. The small shoppe got so popular that CeCe franchised the business. Today, families in 11 states can create sweet memories within the sherbet-colored walls of a Sweet CeCe’s.