At Savanna MedSpa, aestheticians combine a wide range of noninvasive therapies to refurbish aging skin. The team’s repertoire includes treatments for a wide range of specific aesthetic concerns, including lasers for reducing hair and sun damage, acne-clearing facials, and skin-exfoliating chemical peels.
Shall We Dance's sure-footed instructors utilize their experience as dance educators and competitors to unveil the secrets behind dance styles such as ballroom, Latin, swing, and salsa. Each 45-minute private dance lesson caters to participants with obligation-plagued schedules, offering appointments seven days a week. Instructors tailor individual sessions to meet each customer's skill level and only teach the style of dance that each student expresses interest in, gifting students with the winged feet of Hermes. Students can prepare for upcoming events and competitions, or improve their techniques before imminent dance-offs with rival neighborhood gangs.
Le Rendez-Vous French chef Jean Claude Berger established Le Rendez-Vous in 1981 in order to deliver the classic French cuisine he thought the surrounding area lacked. Now that the restaurant has more than 30 years under its enormous, building-sized belt, it would appear as though he succeeded. Jean Claude—now joined by his son, Gordon—has kept diners coming back for so long by serving up homemade pâtés, roast duck, and crêpes suzette. The menu is the same during lunch and dinner, and it also includes fresh fish of the day, veal sweetbreads, and poached-salmon salads.
R-Place Bar & Grill serves up burgers, seafood, salads, and sweets within family-friendly casual confines. Diners can engage in light levities with homemade soup or salad before initiating carnivorous conversations with half-pound specialty burgers such as the Horsey, topped with melted swiss, grilled onions, lettuce, tomato, and spicy atomic horseradish ($6.99). A Friday-night all-you-can-eat fish fry from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., with hand-battered cod, fries, and slaw ($7.99), satisfies growling stomachs along with the Saturday-night Steak Stampede, allowing meat mavens either a top sirloin ($10.95) or a T-bone ($12.95). A Brownie Blast tops the eponymous chocolate treat with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, chilling belly-dwelling gnomes like a cool zephyr ($4). With breakfast served until noon, R-Place's TVs appease sports fans all day, and more hands-on types can wage friendly battles at the eatery's dartboards and pool tables with coffee creamer chips or pure pride on the line.
Formerly Knock-on-Wood, Hunter Home Furnishings has provided furniture and accessories for any room for more than 32 years. Customers can wander around the 13,000-square-foot showroom and select from an impressive array of dining sets, sofas, beds, and presidential crypts. A stately drop leaf table from Simply Amish provides ample surface to rest a Crystal Pepsi (many four-piece dining sets start at $299), while sturdy and comfortable beds from the likes of Crownmark, Aspen, and Modus provide a soft surface to put Crystal Pepsis to bed (mattress-pad protectors start at $89). Solid-wood dining chairs ($59 and up), bonded-leather square storage ottomans ($79 and up) and barstools ($79 and up) also grace the massive showroom with their charm and good looks. Experienced delivery professionals can be hired to hoist furniture overhead like participants in a traditional wedding procession parading the ceremonial wedding mop through town.