Two Mamas goes 'one'
Two Mamas Gourmet Pizzeria may have had "two mama" owners before, but now it's just one mama plus her husband.
In mid-2015, co-owner (and one of the two mamas) Erica Parker and her husband, Keith Mantegna, took over as sole owners of Two Mamas Gourmet Pizzeria, 221 N. Cortez St. in downtown Prescott.
Mantegna said there were co-owners since January but now the couple has taken on full ownership. Parker is originally from Phoenix and Mantegna was a life-long Chicagoan. Their main goals are freshness and outstanding service.
Two Mamas offers dine-in, take-out and delivery. Reservations are accepted but not necessary. And, they continue to use the time-proven recipes of the original Two Mamas, and as an added plus - they have added options to the menu.
So, the name will remain "two" with just one mama, with more benefits.
Two Mamas Gourmet Pizzeria is open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more info, visit twomamaspizza.com or call 928-443-9455.
Allnaturalcosmetics.com store has a new location in Prescott Valley, 8504 E. Highway 69, on the frontage road near Navajo Drive. The boutique features natural makeup, haircare, and skincare from its website, along with locally made gifts, according to a news release. The NaturElle Spa is located inside and offers facials with natural skincare, makeovers with natural cosmetics, and massage therapy.
Store hours are Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call them at 928-772-0119 or visit them online at www.allnaturalcosmetics.com.
Two building plans have been reviewed by the Town of Prescott Valley and set for eventual construction are:
A multi-tenant building adjacent to Glassford Hill Road, immediately north of Jimmy Johns, will be a 7,000-square-foot structure near Kohl's. Expected to begin construction this month, it will probably be complete in mid-2016.
Bingham Equipment Company will have a 12,000-square-foot structure, located in the Prescott Valley Business Park adjacent Enterprise Parkway. Bingham does sales and rental of large construction equipment.
And, according to Prescott Valley officials, Ross, Dress for Less should be open in mid-to-late February or early March at next to Sprouts in the Crossroads Shopping Center, on the west end of town.
After overwhelming response to affordable business/warehouse space, Asset Acquisitions has announced the completion of the second phase at the Mini/Business Warehouses project in Prescott Valley. Phase two is now complete with 20 new units available for rent.
The new business/warehouses are in the Antelope Meadows Industrial park, one-third of a mile east of Highway 69 on Highway 169 at 622 S. Bennett Drive, Prescott Valley.
Mini Business/Warehouses provides rental rates, which include Wi-Fi Internet, trash service, finished interiors, large bathrooms, a fully fenced facility, and paved parking. The warehouses offer a low-cost alternative to running your business from your garage and worrying about your HOA complaining or illegally working from a mini-storage unit with no bathrooms or electricity, said Larry Lemelson, one of the principals, adding that they have 24-hour access.
"Our units are perfect for start-up businesses, manufacturing, office space, hobby car shop, motorcycle repair shop, furniture refinishing, and window tinting or any other type of business. Each unit is large enough for a commercial truck with a ladder rack to drive in," he said in a news release.
Unit sizes range from 400 to 600 square feet with 10-by-10 roll-up doors and 3-foot entry doors. All buildings are zoned M1, which allows for almost any type of business to operate legally.
For more info, call 928-220-8650.
Owners Gina Dasso and Rosalinda Furze call their new business Athena's Heart Specialized Beauty, 115 Goodwin St. in Prescott, designed to assist their clients to look and feel their best through personalized attention.
Dasso and Furze have over 60 years of combined experience with this concept, according to a news release.
They believe that by surrounding ourselves with beautiful energies, that are available to us naturally, we will enhance who we are. To begin this individualized attention, they consider four steps in this process - including analyzing colors; analyzing customers' style in jewelry, crystals, and gems; customizing their fragrances; and helping customers achieve their goals through art, self-help books, crystal readings, and many other facets. This concept is unique and timely to the modern day customer, they said.
For more info, call 928-778-2688.
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