Inside The James Robert Salon, stylist Tangie Probert chats with clients to determine their hair needs and wants. Armed with this information, the seven-year styling veteran is able to snip strands, add highlights or color, and arrange hair into flattering styles.
The leaf-savvy baristas at Tenju Tea House craft a variety of tea and tea-fusion beverages steeped to order with loose tea leaves hailing from around the world. Black, green, herbal, and other specialty blends release their aromatic flavors beneath steaming pours of water, infusing libations such as milk teas, iced teas, and traditional hot concoctions with natural ingredients that bolster health like a romantic jacuzzi session with a beloved multivitamin. Toasty bagel sandwiches, hot dogs, and savory Japanese snacks fill out the café's menu, each made to order for noshing on the go or while surfing the free WiFi from an array of Asian-inspired seating.
The chefs at Bun Bun form their beef, chicken, veggie, and pork patties in the American style but cook them with an Asian twist—they mix in Taiwanese seasonings and bathe many in their housemade Bun Bun sauce. Each sandwich, whether nestled between a standard burger bun or a rice bun or tucked inside a pita pocket, comes topped with ingredients such as egg, cheese, and peanut butter. Diners wash down bites with a range of fruit teas, smoothies, and iced milk drinks while the scent of seasoned meat, potatoes, taro balls, and sauces wafts among café tables, bright neon lights, and two white couches flanking a coffee table.
Grandpa's Tea House was started in the early months of 2011 by two individuals who were seeking healthier food and drinks for their friends and family. Grandpa's Tea House's opening in Arcadia, CA on July 1, 2011 marks the beginning of a path towards a better alternative to the American habit of BURGERS/SODA. We are offerin
At Nubi Yogurt, customers decorate blends of self-serve frozen yogurt with seasonal fruit slices and slivers of chopped-up candy. Georgia-peach- or pineapple-flavored yogurt waits for a complimentary showering of kiwi slices and mocha beads, while café-latte yogurt perks up customers with caffeinating chunks of Snickers or Kit-Kat. Most of the shops’ smooth, sinful flavors are fat-free, and are made with live-cultured probiotics that can help improve digestion. Each Nubi location boasts a bright, contemporary atmosphere with wireless internet, satellite radio tunes, and sleek tables polished enough to admire your new fro-yo moustache in.
Twice each day, JJ Tea House's baristas brew tea. They serve it poured over ice and will stir in milk, tapioca beads, and flavors such as lychee or strawberry by request. There are a slew of specialty drinks for guests to sip: avocado smoothies, Oreo milkshakes, and green-apple yogurt are just a few examples.
The spot's cooks also prepare snacks such as egg rolls, mini corn dogs, and rice plates with minced pork or slices of sausage. Operated by a group of self-professed WiFi junkies, JJ Tea House is an inviting place to curl up with a laptop and surf the Internet complimentarily.
Le Arbre Tree House is a relaxing retreat for thirsty taste buds to rejoice in a bevy of beverages and Taiwanese-inspired delicacies. Snuggle into the bright, cozy surroundings with a flower mist ($4.80+), which combines dried tea leaves and flowers for a lighter tea taste; a caffeine-free cocktail ($3.80+) of ice blended with selected fruit concentrates; or a traditional boba milk tea ($4.30+), made frequently throughout the day to keep every sip soul warming. Picky pouts can request a customized drink by one of the talented tea baristas whose skills are renowned throughout the realm of parched throats and unsettled nerves. Stomachs can also be amply satisfied via Taiwanese-style dishes such as seaweed fish sticks ($4.80) or sausage rice ($7.80), served with traditional and spicy sausage and a choice of two toppings: hot, sauté, garlic, or wasabi.