Oohs and ahs escape from Heavenly Hands Salon, where massage therapists break apart muscle knots with deft fingers, skin specialists free pores from the grips of dirt and oil during deep-cleaning facials, and nail techs primp and pamper nails with vibrant polish during manicures and pedicures. The salon’s playroom keeps tykes entertained with coloring books and Legos and keeps them informed with a flat-screen TV broadcasting cartoon congressional hearings on C-SPAN-Jr.
We are a family owned business est 1988 We serve the best in traditional family recipes Peruvian food and Mexican food. Full bar that serves Pisco sour, Margaritas, Mojitos and lots more. We also serve Peruvian beer (cusquena, crystal) and lots of Mexican beers and Domestic too.
Casa Mariachi serves up a menu of traditional Mexican fare to a soundtrack of stomach-pleasing melodies. Enter the lively environment and graze on the house guacamole, which is prepared tableside and served with freshly fried tortilla chips ($8.50), or find a traditionally garbed waiter and ask for a cup of hearty tortilla soup ($4.95) to distract your appetite until the main meal makes a debut. Like an oil tycoon, all fajitas arrive at the table engulfed in flames, and sizzling options such as fresh fish fillet ($14.45), chipotle-marinated chicken ($12.95), and steak ($13.95) remain tastily intact on the piping-hot skillet. Created by former Mexico-based tamale vendors, Casa Mariachi’s homemade tamales are filled with stone-ground corn and packed with seasoned chicken or perfectly spiced pork (five for $13.95). Pair your fare with a beverage from the long libations list, which describes drinks such as the chili pepper–infused signature mariachi margarita ($9) and Juanito’s organic margarita, which is made with organic lime, lemon, and orange ($12). On the weekends, guests can enjoy live mariachi entertainment and ballet folklorico dancing.