Under the expert guidance of a board-certified physician, the staff of Casa de Belleza Medical Spa performs treatments that range from relaxing to results-oriented. A massage therapist can use warm bamboo sticks to promote better circulation and break up muscle knots during a bamboo-fusion massage. To combat signs of aging, the doctor offers sclerotherapy vein treatments, Botox and dermal fillers, and prescription Latisse, and helps to revamp physiques from the inside out with custom fitness and nutrition programs. The team also includes a makeup expert who, according to the med spa's website, has worked with celebrities and models such as the design team of Kimora Lee Simmons and Yoanna House of America's Next Top Model.
The center fosters a calm atmosphere where fragrant aromatherapy treatments soothe the senses. To preserve the spa's tranquil environs, the staff asks that clients silence their cell phones, use quiet tones of voice, and remove all plosive consonants from spoken words.
Led by Dr. Michael B. Austin, D.O., Affinity Body Solutions' experienced staff of top-notch beautifiers gussies up customers with a comprehensive slate of prettifying procedures performed amid its soul-soothing environs. The exfoliating diamond microdermabrasion jettisons unwanted fine lines, sun damage, boot prints, and acne scarring to produce a yearbook-ready radiance. Affinity Body Solutions' visage wizards eschew futuristic photons for enchanted diamond-resurfacing wands that renounce irritation and downtime and slyly pull apple-cheeked rabbits from behind clients' ears.
Dive into Origami Sushi's picture-filled
menu to discover traditional fare with a creative twist. Starters such as the seared tuna tataki or the baked green mussels offer a pleasing beginning to any meal ($6.95 each). Try the tempura gladiator roll with eel, shrimp, asparagus, and avocado for a little crunch ($11.95), or combine shrimp, pineapple, cream cheese, avocado, and a thigh-slimming grass skirt in the Hawaiian ($6.95). Sashimi fans can swim upstream for the salmon roe and white tuna, or snag the sashimi dinner which features 10 pieces of sashimi and a California roll ($16.95). For patrons preferring unraw eats, Origami Sushi also serves up a variety of teriyaki selections and seafood rice bowls. Accompany the feast with a chilly Asahi or Kirin Ichiban beer ($5.95 each), or warm up with an Oi Ocha hot green tea ($2.95) or tabletop chopstick fire.
Vitamin Discount Center maintains its moniker by offering high-quality, health-boosting products at low prices. Cold sufferers can stave off a winter sniffles with Emergen-C (30 packets for $8.90), or bolster liver health with Solaray milk thistle (60 capsules for $18.69). Opt for innard peace with a soul-scrubbing CleanseSMART kit by Renew Life ($21.75) while finding outer satisfaction with hair-restoring Viviscal (60 tablets $45.41). Sporty shoppers can browse an array of bulk boosters like Jack3d ($26.65), which helps build muscles so that you'll never again need to search for your keys in order to move your car. Vitamin Discount Centers also carries a line of bath agents from Kiss My Face, Naturally Fresh, and more to match hearty insides with outer beauty.
If you're craving Chinese food, try Tampa's Hong Kong Restaurant.
Diners are expected to enjoy their meal to the fullest, so items low in fat are not available.
Hong Kong Restaurant is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups.
Hong Kong Restaurant welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie.
At Hong Kong Restaurant, street and lot parking is made simple for diners.
Prices at Hong Kong Restaurant are moderate — most diners plunk down about $30 per meal.
Head on over to Hong Kong Restaurant first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Hong Kong Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.