Quality Meat Market conciliates the choosiest of carnivores with grain-fed beef, fresh pork, and high-quality poultry delivered daily. Peruse a taste-bud-tingling selection of fresh-cut steaks, tender chops, baby-back ribs, hormone-free chicken breasts, and regularly changing seafood selections. Or, enlist the guidance of a meat maestro to make recommendations regarding prepared items, such as homemade meatloaf, turkey pecan salad, and southern-style potato salad.
Born and raised in Panama City, Panama, Dr. A. Alessio Conte earned a doctorate in dental surgery from the University of Coahuila in Mexico. He then moved his life to the United States, passed the state board, and furthered his education with implantology, bone harvesting, and grafting. He now spends his days at Dental Excellence of Brandon, where he fixes teeth that are stained, chipped, or crooked. Dr. Conte can also enhance smiles with porcelain veneers and dental implants.
Shannon Holt, a mostly self-taught photographer who learned her craft by doing copious amounts of research on the Internet, created Studio77 Photography in 2008. The self-described chatty photographer prefers to get to know clients over coffee before their shoot, discussing details such as the desired makeup and wardrobe look and how to turn an old negligee into a sexy handkerchief. She prides herself on empowering women during daring boudoir shoots and has developed her own editing techniques to add the finishing touches on images.
In business since 1970, Tampa Steak Company supplies carnivorous connoisseurs with more than 100 varieties of meat and seafood. Cut fresh daily, steaks age for at least 14 days, retaining their optimum taste, texture, and crossword-puzzle aptitude. Small T-bones ($11.80 for four) sizzle in their own rich juices, and small new york strip steaks ($11.00 for four) yearn for the gentle embrace of mashed potatoes. Butchers also offer fresh pork, all-natural poultry, and frozen fish and seafood, all of which can serve as hearty entrees for a family meal or as annual sacrifices to a sentient grill.
You and your cactus-sized chocolate lover will be able to peer into the arcane process that is chocomancy, glimpsing how chocolate is made and its history. You'll be able to feel up cocoa beans and craft your own chocolate alchemies. You'll be able to take home everything you make, unless it's so delicious you can't help but devour it on the spot (likely).
From his three offices, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Christopher Ewanowski and his knowledgeable staff help restore epidermises with cosmetic, medical, and surgical skin treatments. With a stable of seven lasers, including the Candela GentleLase, Palomar StarLux IPL, and the 2,940-nanometer Whisper, Suncoast’s trained technicians rid skin of unwanted hair, sun damage, broken blood vessels, and tattoos of broken blood vessels. For more invasive procedures, including eyelid-lifting blepharoplasty and Dr. Ewanowski's specialty, the cancer-ridding Mohs micrographic surgery, the doctor treats clients in the in-office surgical suite. Suncoast’s resident aesthetician pampers with medical-grade spa services, using products from such skincare brands as SkinMedica, Avène, and glo.
Village Health Market strives to stock its 16,000-square-foot store with a wide selection of organic and natural products, including more than 150 bulk items such as nuts, dried fruits, and coffees, along with more than 130 varieties of fruits, veggies, sprouts, and gourmet items. A shopping cart will guide you on a world tour through the grocery aisles, which feature complete selections of Thai, Indian, Mexican, gluten-free, and kosher foods, as well as a full line of dairy, dairy alternatives, non-dairy, and non-dairy alternatives for dairy. Quell hungers with Sami's Bakery millet and flax chips ($3.69) or bread ($4.89) while slamming thirst up against a locker with a large assortment of organic wine that includes the flavorful Badger Mountain chardonnay ($11.99). More than 40 kinds of fresh meat and seafood are available, such as wild blackened salmon ($15.99 a pound). And the café/deli features more than 65 cold items in the deli case, 20 vegan dishes (try a vegan spinach pie, $3.79 each), more than 20 ready-to-eat hot foods (selection of the day, $7.99 a pound), 30 sandwich combinations, and an organic salad bar ($6.99 a pound).