DeHaven Chiropractic Clinic’s staff understands that its patients have one priority: to relieve the pain that lingers in their joints and muscles. The staff gears all its services toward this goal, beginning with a refreshingly straightforward web application that allows patients to learn which chiropractic treatments match up with individual body parts.
Doctor of Chiropractic Steven DeHaven takes over where this application leaves off, meeting with his patients in person to develop customized treatment plans. When his own techniques can’t accommodate their needs, he calls on certified massage therapist Tracy Zarembinski to untie muscle knots and rid shoulders of piggybacking freeloaders.
Mad Jacks Sports Cafe serves a spread of eclectic eats amid rustic décor marked by high-tech accents. Diners dig into a regular or gluten-free menu of steaks, cedar-plank-grilled fish, and sandwiches under the glow of LCD screens and individual TVs stationed within every high backed booth. These flickering devices cast light across the log-cabin-themed space and tables filled with freshly spun pizzas and grill-kissed entrees. As they eat, diners can watch flames dance inside the fireplace, lament a dropped pass or an ill-purchased vowel on one of the looming TV screens, or drink in the fresh air on an outdoor patio.
Jason's Comedy Night is a comedy variety show with stand up comedy, odd variety acts and live music. Each show has 4 acts and is held at Jimmy's Conference Center in Vadnais Heights, MN. Dine in the show room before the show and enjoy cocktail service at your table.
Stonewater Skin and Laser offers an assortment of cosmetic services, including peels, laser hair removal, scar revision, and skin tightening. With today’s deal, Stonewater's medical director Dr. Dave Christianson will inject between-the-brow muscles with Botox, a purified protein formula, giving recipients reduced frown lines and younger-looking skin. The mildly invasive treatments take 10–15 minutes to administer, and can help relaxed muscles reminisce about their glory days for up to four months after each unit.
Wayfarers recline among plush furnishings and soothing décor while inhaling the pleasant vapors of The Hookah Hideout's 50 shisha flavors. Pack pipes with exotic tastes including strawberry, coconut, or chocolate mint before turning attention to action unfolding across the lounge’s myriad in-house board games. Split a single flavor between two people ($20), or call in a second hookah for a tasty combination ($25) and admire the room’s tastefully dimmed lighting or debate the etymological origins of the word “Yahtzee.” As patrons puff, the lounge’s wait staff ventures from table to table with menus of bottomless gourmet coffee ($4), and vending machines dispense hunger-busting snacks.