Cha Cha’s Coupons and Deals
Some people use mirrors to make sure every hair is in place, whereas others use mirrors to make it look like they own more birds than they really do. Reflect on a new style with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $29 for a haircut package (a $75 total value) Haircut, style, and blow-dry (a $50 value) Conditioning treatment (a $25 value) $59 for a highlights package (a $140 total value) Haircut, style, and blow-dry (a $50 value) Full highlights (a $90 value) $129 for a keratin straightening treatment (a $350 value) Some hair-straightening products that claim to be formaldehyde-free ...
Your locks are screaming for a new style -- and you've tried everything, from road tripping to the nearest big city to snipping it yourself (yikes). Keep it local and let today's deal from Cha Cha's help you look sexy in Lexi when you pony(tail) up $69 for a haircut and your choice of partial highlights or full single-color (a $160 value). This retro-inspired salon tucked away in Chevy Chase is the stuff of hairdo dreams. The professional, friendly, and up-to-date Cha Cha stylists have received rave reviews from clients thrilled with their coifs. Back away from the scissors and scoot over to Cha Cha's for a chic new look that won't make split ends of your savings. Want more? Check out Cha Cha's on Facebook.
Formerly the site of a 110 year old butcher shop, 113 Mulberry Street, in lower Manhattan now houses an extraordinary unique Italian cafe and restaurant, which boasts the only outdoor garden cafe for dining in New York City's Little Italy. Besides a full menu of suitable for lunch or a special romantic dinner, it also has a large assortment of Italian pastries, cannolis, frozen desserts and gelato are truly dazzling. A favorite stop during the San Gennaro Feast, held every September, that famous brand of Cha Cha's Sausage with its perfect blend of spices, is known far and wide. Cha Cha's Gelato is considered the best west of Rome Italy.It's clientele which, on any given night could include such luminaries as Danny De Vito, Tony Danza, Jimmy Caan, Tommy Lasorda, Howard Stern, Danny Aiello, Michael Douglas, Vito Anturfermo, Leonard DiCaprio and Rosie and Chuck Mangione name just a few.The owner, John Ciarcia, known affectionately by all his friends and associates as Cha Cha. He displays a personality and presence which perfectly suites this highly charged establishment. He feverishly works the room as if playing an accordion, dashing back and forth, greeting guests, rearranging tables and adjusting the music, all in an effort to make everyone as comfortable and as happy as possible. There is a definite commitment to please and an atmosphere of fun times and good people.The name, IN BOCCA AL LUPO, is unique in itself. In Italian, this means "In The Mouth of Wolf," which signifies "break a leg" in show biz terms. The proper response to this is "Crepe Al Lupo", which means "I Take The Wolf." And so, it seems, that a most fitting name has been placed atop the address at 113 Mulberry Street . Anyone prepared to "Take The Wolf" should pay a visit and experience the scene for themselves.