Deals in Watauga

One, Two, or Four Microdermabrasions at Universal Threading Salon & Spa (Up to 54% Off)

Universal Threading Salon & Spa

Browning Heights North

Techs use a microdermabrasion device to buff the skin while targeting blemishes and wrinkles

$65 $32

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Ashiatsu Massage with Face Massage, Hot Stones, or Aromatherapy at Skylight Massage and Skincare (Up to 50% Off)

Skylight Massage and Skincare

North Richland Hills

Deep, targeted pressure is followed by heated basalt stones, face massage, or essential oils, a foot scrub, and a hand-and-foot massage

$120 $60

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Spa Pedi with Regular or Shellac Mani, or Two Shellac Manicures at Déjà Vu European Spa & Salon (Up to 50% Off)

Déjà Vu European Spa & Salon

North Richland Hills

Nail experts groom fingers and toes before crowning them with coats of standard or Shellac polish, which resists chips for up to 14 days

$68 $34

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Haircut with Optional Highlights or Color from Alyson at Avatar Salon (Up to 61% Off). Three Options Available.

Alyson @ Avatar Salon

North Richland Hills

Stylists snip hair into a custom shape, enhancing hair hue with optional highlights or all-over color

$65 $29

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One or Two Microdermabrasions and Chemical Peels at Artistic Additions (Up to 56% Off)

Artistic Additions

North Richland Hills

Microdermabrasions and chemical peels clear away the dull top layer of skin and refresh faces

$100 $49

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$18 for $45 Worth of Haircuts — SammyShears

Sammyshears

North Richland Hills

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$45 $18

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Women's Haircut and Highlights or Color by Whitney Prachyl at Salon Red (Up to 54% Off). Three Options Available.

Whitney Prachyl at Salon Red

Salon Red

Stylist Whitney Prachyl creates chich, polished looks using advanced haircutting methods and Keune color technique

$108 $50

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Casey and Samantha Thomas, the leaders of the Creative Soul School of Music, couple their passion for music with a shared mission: providing a nurturing environment where young musicians can hone their innate skills and discover their confidence. ?We?re trying to get to those kids who are trying to figure out their identity, where they fit in, where they can find a home,? Casey says. To that end, the school tailors private lessons and classes to suit each student?s passion, be it songwriting, orchestral layering, or technical proficiency in headbanging. Year-round, the school dots the local sonic landscape with trimesters of student band classes for children and adults, as well as one-week and shorter summer rock camps that pair up learners of the same age and experience level. Welcoming all proficiencies, instructors tout an ability to nurture struggling learners, who ultimately build the confidence to perform live shows at venues around the region.

5633 Watauga Rd.
Watauga,
TX
US

Sisters Eliana and Valeria both discovered Zumba during challenging times in their lives⎯Valeria while fighting obesity and Eliana while helping her late husband through cancer treatments. These past experiences inform the sisters’ approaches to the dance classes they lead. Valeria creates a comfortable and nonjudgmental environment for students of all fitness levels, and Eliana wants to offer her students the same freedom and escape she found during one-hour Zumba workouts. Both ladies are certified instructors and teach several subspecies of Zumba dance, including Zumbatomic for children and Zumba Gold for seniors, beginners, and prenatal students. Zumba People also tries to foster a sense of community among its students, hosting costumed dance parties for Halloween and orchestrating the occasional flash mob. Classes are held six days a week, and schedules for the Hurst and Southlake locations vary.

6600 Denton Highway
Watauga,
TX
US

Mike French and Todd Hoffman, inspired by the burger joints and Mexicali burritos of their native Southern California, opened OC Burgers: a sit-down eatery where diners can dive into voluminous selections of both culinary offerings. Half-pound Black Angus burgers come topped with scoops of guacamole or teriyaki pineapple, and 14-inch tortillas envelop carnitas or carne asada. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Patricia Rodriguez called the bacon cheeseburger “very good indeed … with charred edges and a juicy interior.” She also marveled at the size of the carne asada burrito, which she described as having, “strips of tender flank steak … marinated in orange juice and cilantro” with “more complex flavors than other carne asadas.” On the restaurant’s large TV, a looping video of the sunrise prompts roosters to continually announce the all-day breakfast menu, which includes breakfast burritos, omelets, and plates of pancakes or french toast.

6300 Denton Hwy
Watauga,
TX
US

Though Papa G's Sports Bar & Grill churns out a menu of hearty eats—from decadent cheese-stuffed burgers to spicy buffalo wings—the real draw of the joint is its fun, laid-back atmosphere. A spacious patio lined with shaded tables welcomes guests to sip on one of the daily drink specials, shoot the breeze with friends, or catch a live show. Inside, a tall, lofted ceiling overlooks multiple pool tables, dartboards, and a dance floor that, during weekly events, becomes packed with swaying customers and antsy former boy-band members looking to strut their stuff one last time.

8247 Rufe Snow Dr
Watauga,
TX
US

Metroplex Photo Booth’s open-air photo stations allow even large groups of revelers to stuff themselves into memorable strips. The self-service booths instruct their inhabitants via an LCD monitor, showing the camera’s footage in real time so parties can form attractive tableaus, whether in black and white or color. An attendant remains with the booth at all times to help technologically confused guests, dispense unlimited photo strips, and teach smiling to anyone who missed that day in school. The memory catchers offer a number of additional amenities to personalize the experience including magnetic frames, scrapbooks, and props.

6100 Whispering Ln
Watauga,
TX
US

At Papa Murphy’s Pizza, chefs decorate dough with ladles full of marinara sauce before casting across scoops of cheese, salami, veggies, and bacon. Customers bake the pies to perfection in their own ovens or by startling a welder. The pizza-making process takes place near the registers, which lets guests cheer on the chefs as they stuff Chicago-style pies with four types of meat. Once back at home, youngsters can create their own pizzas with a kit including enough red sauce, mozzarella cheese, and crust to serve one child or an entire town of imaginary friends.

8420 Denton Hwy
Watauga,
TX
US