Sandwiched between PressBox and Saba at 1459 Oxford Road is Emory Village’s new spa, Aeon. Owner Christine Giustra, who is a licensed esthetician, has worked in New Orleans and Atlanta, and Aeon is her second spa.
In addition to clinical skincare, including peels, facials, and microdermabrasion, Spa Aeon offers beauty services such as waxing, organic spray tans, and lash and brow tints. Eco-friendly manicure and pedicure services are also available, and soon massage therapy, from Swedish to athletic recovery, will be offered.
Spa Aeon is open Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Reservations are recommended. Book online or call 404-496-8763.
Emory Village Alliance is sad to have lost Slice & Pint from our Village family of businesses. The restaurant announced its closure in December on Facebook:
“It’s with a heavy heart we announce that Slice & Pint will end operations … as we are not renewing our lease. We sincerely appreciate all the love and support we have received over the last five years.”
Russ Yates, co-owner of Slice & Pint, has served as vice-president of EVA for the past year and was active in marketing Open Streets. “We are going to miss Slice & Pint, not only because of their food, but also their commitment to the community,” says Dave Moore, EVA chair. “We wish Russ and the other folks at Slice & Pint best of luck in their future endeavors.”
Recently, most of us have experienced this scenario: You’re enjoying a smooth drive around the roundabout in the Village and then—Bam! You hit a section of brick paving that has sunken or loosened so drastically it jars your car and rattles your teeth.
Emory Village Alliance has received a number of complaints about this issue. Key EVA members have contacted DeKalb County, which maintains the roadways, about this issue and we have good news to report. The county responded right away to our concerns and promised to fix the bricks, as well as to investigate making changes to avoid future erosion.
“Emory Village Alliance is very pleased with how quickly DeKalb County responded to a rapidly degrading situation,” says Dave Moore, EVA chair.
Look for repair crews in the near future. In the meantime if you would like to report other road issues, contact David Pelton, PE, Director DeKalb County Transportation, 770-492-5223.
After many months of waiting and watching as construction crews transformed the old gas station in the Village into a restaurant, at last Jimmy John’s has finally opened! Stop in for sandwiches with all the trimmings, including pickles, chips and cookies. Jimmy John’s is open 7 days a week, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.