Unlike traditional hair salons that stock scissors and shears, Blowbar Express bedazzles hairdos solely through the artful method of washing and blow-drying. Under the tutelage of a blow dryer, follicles can accomplish a number of hair-defying feats that include curling, straightening, and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Peruse the salon's full list of services to find a blowout style that matches your needs. Today's deal is not valid for the "all done up," "curling iron," or "little girl" hair services.
Join G-Team and donate $10 to help Meals On Wheels of Tampa provide hot, healthful meals to seniors and homebound individuals. If G-Team members raise $300, then Meals On Wheels of Tampa can deliver a hot meal to 60 homebound and senior individuals in the community. Each additional $10 raised will provide a meal to two or more people.
After moving from Greece in 1950, the six Fotopoulos brothers turned their hard-won earnings into the first of 12 ABC Pizza locations in 1966. From its humble beginnings in Connecticut, the chain grew to serve central Floridians and vacationing time travelers a menu of build-your-own pizzas topped with gourmet ingredients such as crab, feta, and shrimp, as well as preconceptualized specialty pies festooned with meats, seafood, and Mediterranean morsels. Hearty grinders and Italian pasta dishes share menu real estate with Greek delicacies including gyros, spinach pies, and grape leaves stuffed with shredded pages of Plato's Republic.
The seasoned brewers at Southern Brewing & Winemaking impart the secrets of crafting artisan ales at home during friendly, intimate beer-making classes. Up to 15 students savor sample brews and light snacks as hops-loving experts explain basic equipment and recipes and discuss the bottling and tasting of home-brewed beverages, demystify the brewing process. Instructors fill the lesson plan with their passion for brewing and encourage students to ask questions or stage modern-dance interpretations of “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall.” The class covers enlightening topics open to students of all ages, but only participants 21 or older can drink alcohol.
Chefs at Monserrate Restaurant Bar & Grill cull their recipes from a broad scope of culinary traditions, serving up unique meat, seafood, and chicken dishes from the Caribbean, Central, and South America. Mexican fajitas, Puerto Rican mofongo (a plantain cake stuffed with meat or seafood), steak from a hot grill, served on a bed of grilled onions with two sides, and the Colombian meat-heaped bandeja paisa platter are but a few of the menu's transporting dishes, and adults can revel in the restaurant's selection of beer and wine, including the house specialty Sangria Monserrate. The family-friendly atmosphere and kids menu also offers something for the not-quite-adults. Festive décor, meanwhile—featuring murals, red walls, and animal print wall hangings that are taken for walks each day—reflects the vivid colors present on each plate.
El Zarape Mexican Restaurant sates cravings for bold, spicy flavors all week long with homemade fajitas, seafood, and desserts. The kitchen refuels empty stomachs with hearty burritos, taco salads, and vegetarian quesadillas. Rice and refried beans complement meals and bartenders blend sangrias and margaritas according to Zarape’s own recipes, discovered by playing Jimmy Buffet cassettes backward.