At Therefore Salon, a team of stylists specializes in transforming straight or naturally curly strands with Redken color and a variety of services. They dress up looks with Donna Bella Milan's I-Link Pro Remy human hair extensions, which do not damage natural hair with heat, glue, or vindictive glitter. Staffers are certified to perform Brazilian Blowout straightening treatments, and can also beautify nails and enhance faces with makeup by LeeLiz.
Guests can check out the adjacent gift boutique for couples pendants and other LeeLiz jewelry. The salon's reception area welcomes guests with a tall green plant, a cushy leather sofa, and plenty of windows to allow in natural light and avian approval of new feather extensions.
Auto Page engineers design aftermarket automotive systems that infuse rides with extra convenience. The company's remote-starter systems enable drivers to have their engines running before they open the door. There are systems for controlling door locks and trunk latches from a distance, initiating accessory systems without turning on the vehicle, and back-up sensor systems to ensure uninterrupted service.
B-Clean Home & Corporate Cleaning's head wash wizard, Byron Hoaglan, has perfected a talented team and a comprehensive array of cleaning services after more than a decade in the industry. A two-person team banishes debris over 1,600 square feet of domestic space for up to two hours using its own dusters, vacuums, and bands of feral, dust-hungry Roombas (homes in need of a deeper clean may require more time, available for an additional fee). Duos can target nearly any home surface, from besparkling the spectrum of floor coverings to wiping down light fixtures. Newly scrubbed lights will glint off cleaned kitchen counters, sinks, and appliances. In the bathroom, cleaning teams purge tubs of scum and the remnants of the time you tried to encase yourself in Jello, and mirrors become more readily self-revelatory. Thorough dusting and rug-shaking eradicates domestic tumbleweeds, and a final spritz of room deodorizer charms nostrils long after B-Clean's representatives have returned to their own tidy abodes.
In 1963, Sal Barbiere founded his eponymous Italian Inn on the principles of “Family, Superb Food, and Quality Ingredients,” according to the restaurant's website. So it was no surprise that he decided to keep the eatery in the family, passing Barbiere's to his son Steve when he retired. And when, 34 years later, Steve was ready to retire in his turn, he also passed the mantle to someone trustworthy: employee Mark Dempsey, who is himself nearly family—he has been working at the restaurant since he was 16 years old.
Today, Dempsey has expanded the restaurant to two locations, both still serving Sal's signature garlic bread and other tried-and-true Italian dishes. Chefs in his kitchens prepare pans of lasagna and spaghetti with meat or meatless sauce. Baked-to-order pizzas feature an array of topping choices including italian sausage, fresh mushrooms, and sliced tomatoes. Grand Marnier from the full bar fortifies pitchers of housemade red sangria, which enhance the food's bold, Italian flavors as well as boring white napkins that definitely look better in tie-dye.
Within the cream-colored brick exterior of a century-old city building, Papa Luigi’s II marries an Italian restaurant with a bowling alley. Amid the wood paneling, wine-red carpet, and chandeliers of the dining room, taste buds can warm up with the house’s favorite appetizer—sicilian eggplant lathered in Papa’s special marinara sauce. Thin-n-crispy pizzas, which Papa Luigi’s II has been perfecting for 23 years, come loaded with canadian bacon or shrimp.
After meals, guests can adjourn to the newly remodeled, smoke-free bowling alley. Here, shining orbs hurtle down 10 lanes whose automatic bumpers forgive shaky aim, and an automatic scoring system lets bowlers tuck their personal mathematicians back into the trunks of their cars. Between rounds, players can refuel at a pub-style bar by tipping back chilled mugs brimming with imported tap beers and gazing at a trio of plasma televisions. Those seeking a new arena for competition can drop by the game room or rent the upstairs gym for shooting hoops.
Recognized as one of Milwaukee's best Mexican eateries by WISN’s A-List, The Azteca Restaurant upholds its title by simmering meats and seafood in homemade chili sauces and blanketing tender tortillas in melted cheese. Most of the menu's bean- and rice-heaped platters come with sides of from-scratch guacamole, which chefs perk up with tomatoes, cilantro, and a single cactus tear. Within the restaurant’s vibrant adobe-colored exterior, desert murals span the walls and stimulate diners’ thirsts, which can be quenched by seven flavors of fruity margaritas, Mexican beers, and creamy homemade horchata.