The technicians at Sam's Wireless possess the skills to repair and unlock a variety of market-current smartphones. Techs can breathe new live into cracked iPhones by replacing the LCD screen, repairing damaged buttons, and replacing faulty batteries. Although water damage is typically devastating to today's dry-clean-only electronics, Sam's staff members clean away water molecules inside and out to bring phones back to the land of the living. Additionally, their unlocking services are good for a number of devices, including BlackBerrys.
Alfredo's Mexican Cafe opened in Weatherford, Oklahoma, in 1998, in a tiny 1,500-square-foot building that could squeeze in 45 people at the most, but only if they were "back to back and shoulder to shoulder," jokes cofounder Bruce Hill. He never thought Alfredo's would get any bigger, and he was OK with that. But fate seemed to have other plans.
Customers kept coming back to Alfredo's for its large portions of Tex-Mex cuisine prepared fresh every day, and soon Hill was able to open other locations. Hill is grateful for his success and believes he should share it with others, so he donates a portion of Alfredo's profits to Manos de Amor, a children’s orphanage in Mexico, as well as a water ministry in Burkina Faso.
Stylist and airbrush tan artist Kylee Engleman helps keep locks looking fresh and skin glowing at Crazy Beautiful Hair Lounge. She specializes in working with red hair and helping it remain vibrant, as well as trendy men's cuts. Kylee is one of a team of stylists at this retro-inspired hair salon, where framed photos of vixens past dominate the decor, along with bright colors and round mirrors in a comfy-casual atmosphere.
Laura Kennedy takes care of hair. Amid the fun and retro ambiance at Crazy Beautiful Hair Lounge, she can cut locks, deep-condition them, and add color. The skilled stylist can also add dimension with full or partial highlights, or brighten up looks with single-process color treatments. Equipped with DevaCurl training, she can wrangle wavy and curly tresses in addition to straight locks.
Gatti-town’s all-you-can-eat buffet feeds the fires in gamers’ bellies with an unlimited downpour of more than 40 edible options. Pile tongues with aisles of entrees that include pizzas, pastas, salads, cheese sticks, cinnamon sticks, and desserts such as the dutch apple treat pizza ($3.99–$6.99 per person for buffet plus $0.99–$1.49 each for beverages). Big-screen TVs in the dining rooms begin stuffing brains with entertainment to prepare them for a smorgasbord of automated amusement.
Los Amigos Mexican Restaurant serves up south-of-the-border classics with a menu of tamales, burritos, quesadillas, and chimichangas. Diners can dig into the chile relleno—a poblano pepper stuffed with beef or chicken and cheese—or shrimp cocktails served with jalapenos, avocado, and cilantro. The menu features more than 20 specialty dishes, including Tacos Alcarbon: two flour tortillas filled with steak or chicken fajita meat, served with house-made Mexican barbecue sauce, rice, beans, and avocado.