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Waxing the City opens on Magazine Street, and Tivoli & Lee extends its Whiskey dinner series.

4121 Magazine St., 899-1500, WaxingTheCity.com/NewOrleans

The city finally has a dedicated waxing salon. Waxing the City, which recently opened on Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans, is a facial and body waxing salon for men and women.

Part of a national chain, the studio uses its own trademarked waxing technique called “Cerology.” Technicians, trained at its Denver head quarters, use an exclusive, custom-formulated hard wax Cerazul and soft wax Cerasuave, to minimize sensitivity and make waxing as comfortable as possible. Offering waxing at competitive prices, the salon also operates a ‘no tipping’ policy. First time customers can enjoy 50 percent off their first service.

 

Tivoli & Lee’s Whiskey Wednesday Challenge a hit!
936 St. Charles Avenue, 962-0909, TivoliAndLee.com/Events

Tivoli & Lee Restaurant in the Hotel Modern on Lee Circle is extending its Whiskey Wednesday Challenge Dinner Series. Developed by chef Marcus Woodham and Whiskey Evangelist Kimberly Patton-Bragg, the program has been such a success with locals and tourists that it’s being continued into the spring. Every Wednesday, guests are invited to try 12 Whiskeys with 12 food pairings. The Whiskeys showcase the best of American Whiskey and the food creations present the delights of Southern cuisine. Reservations are recommended.


 

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