I went in for a manicure and pedicure with bunch of girlfriends. I was very lucky but not no girlfriends because their nail techs Tina and Anna were so rude! They insisted that my girlfriends must pay extra for callous remover thing many times. Well, my girlfriends are runners, they need those callous for running... My girlfriends said "NO" about callous and the technicians were speaking in Vietnamese about my girlfriends were cheap and how nasty their feet were. Technicians speaks so little English, one of my friends understands Vietnamese. She translated everything to us... How embarrassing it was. I was lucky because my technician, Annie, she is so conversational and professional. My pedicure and brows wax are excellent. I'll come back ONLY if Annie can work on me. Annie ONLY WORKS by APPOINTMENT. SO call her directly 512-905-6977, visit her at www.shop1022.com for pricing. She does a great job and has good pricing too. Be aware of Tina and Anna! They are out there ripping you off and talk bad about you.
Adding The Broken Spoke to your "How To Entertain My Out-of-Town Guest." list should be a no-brainer. This original honky-tonk is so coveted by Austin folk even a top rated development company with wet dreams of erecting their metal framed, pricy 400sq ft. yuppie pads and concrete parking lots had to rethink the plan and build around it! The Broken Spoke should be a MUST in considering a "girls night out", rare babysitter date night, or just going solo and looking for a non-awkward atmosphere where your guaranteed an ego boost from 3-6 cowboys/cowgirls asking you to dance. Here, what happens on the floor, stays on the floor! No creepy hanger on's who feels a dance = a seat at your dance floor table the rest of the night. It's all about the dancing, music and, in my opinion, the greasy burgers. The Broken Spoke is a great place to leave the usual stops behind. Go Spoke Go! Keep on Honky Tonkin'!
I have been going to ATX bikes for a few months now, and it has by far become by favoite bike shop in the austin area. Brett, Owner/Manager, is very very helpful. he has helped me out so much with picking out a bike and getting it all set up and getting together all the parts i need. The prices are very good, and i have found that they are lower than most other shops around austin. While he does seem to be a little busy in his shop, which is good, he always has no problem getting me in and taken care of very quickly. He has a very friendly staff as well. ATX bikes is the only bike shop i will go to from now on. Thanks Brett.