Like chili popsicles and videos of grizzly-bear ballerinas, Italian food is enjoyed around the world due to its versatility and heartiness. Frediani's indulgent menu features a wide selection of pastas, pizzas, sandwiches, and more. Quell rumbling stomachs with an order of decadent calamari ($10.95), deep-fried and served with marinara sauce, or a pepperoni pizza ($10). Trust dependable boot-shaped-country classics like bruschetta ($8) or authentic Caesar salad ($7) as a doorway into one of Frediani's generous pasta dishes. Put your palate to the test with a plate of spicy seafood diablo ($15.95), or try out the eatery's homemade lasagna ($13.95) or sausage penne ($15.95) with mushrooms and cream sauce. Frediani's also serves a variety of meat-centric dishes, including grilled salmon ($16.95), 8-ounce flat iron steak ($14.95), and chicken Marsala ($15.95). View a complete dinner menu here. For midday meals, Frediani's lunch menu offers a well-edited selection of pasta dishes, pizzas, and appetizers.
25-minutes. That's the length of the longest single treatment provided at any LAKA Manicure––and that’s exactly how the customers like it. Born from a desire to provide "fashionable manicures for the busy woman," LAKA has grown to more than 15 locations across Israel, Hong Kong, Spain, Sweden, South Africa, and now shares its speedy, style-setting services with the US at it's first state-side location in Las Vegas.
Stationed inside busy malls, each urban-inspired nail bar is easily recognizable by its futuristic, white-cube design and the pops of color provided by a selection of 150 nail polishes. Each lacquer is specially crafted in France using saturated pigments and inspired by the latest world trends and seasonal hues chosen by Mother Nature's mood ring. Inside the geometric styling stations, technicians speedily provide express manicures, mineral-rich hand peels, and nail art using real Swarovski stones. Since most sessions only take around 15-minutes, appointments are never required.