These are Broward's Best Businesses of 2021.

Best Pet Groomer: Wilton’s Manor Doggie Daycare, Resort and Spa

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When it comes to grooming and caring for dogs in our area, Wilton’s Manor Doggie Daycare, Resort and Spa is in a league of its own. It’s swept this category since its inception. Wilton’s Manor offers impeccable cuts and care.

“We have an AMAZING groomer!” said owners Josh Meneses and Alan Aghazadian. “Jodie Arrington has been with us for eight years now and is the best groomer ever, 25 years in the biz. David & Edina complete our great grooming team.”

Grooming is just the beginning. Wilton’s Manor also offers doggie daycare and overnight boarding. These services allow customers to bundle services.

The entire crew at Wilton’s Manor appreciates the support it receives from the community. “We feel extraordinarily honored to have won nine years in a row,” Meneses and Aghazadian said. “Our local town has been very kind to us over the 10 years we've been open.” 

Runner-up: A Dog's Tale

– DR

Best Guesthouse: Cabanas Guesthouse

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A welcoming atmosphere and relaxing ambiance are what keep out-of-town visitors and local staycationers flocking to Cabanas Guesthouse. The rooms are always clean, and guests rave about the value.

"There are constant updates and additions to the property to keep it fresh and current,” says owner John Dorry. “ Over the years, we've added a bar, the spa, and everything from rooms to landscaping is constantly being updated."

Those updates are another reason Cabanas Guesthouse has won this category for years.

"We feel very honored that the community shows us so much support year after year,” Dorry said. "Over the last 22 years, we've learned that true success comes from good customer service, and we've made that our mission. We also take pride in our waterfront views and lush tropical gardens. We get tons of guest reviews, and the feedback is always so positive about our property and staff."

For more information, visit https://thecabanasguesthouse.com/.

Runner-up: Pineapple

– DR

Best Spa: Cabanas Spa

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Cabanas Spa is the ultimate place to relax and rejuvenate. The spa’s specialists pamper guests with specialized services, including its new introduction of CBD-infused massages.

“It truly is a game-changer in terms of its benefits when added to a massage,” spa owner Carlos Rodriguez said. “Aside from reducing tension from your body, it also relieves chronic pain, alleviates anxiety and stress, improves skin conditions, boosts your mood, and stimulates your senses.”

Rodriguez attributes a lot of the spa’s popularity to his incredible team.

“They're well versed in all modalities of massage and come from a holistic approach that recognizes the connection between mind, body, and spirit,” he said.

Cabanas Spa is on a seven-year winning streak for this category.

“Winning the title of best spa consecutively, for this many years, brings such a sense of pride and joy and deep satisfaction to all of us on staff because it's bestowed by the community that we serve,” said Rodriguez.

To learn more about the spa’s services, visit https://thecabanasguesthouse.com/mens-spa/.

Runner-up: Grand Resort

– DR

Best Hair Salon: Dick’s Service Station

3528 NE 12th Ave., Oakland Park

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Dick’s Service Station has won Best Hair Salon for the fifth time.

Like most barbershops, they offer haircuts and beard trims, eyebrow waxing, and even beard coloring services. But what makes it so different from other barbershops is that they’re LGBT-friendly.

“We’re super proud of that. We couldn’t do it to the guys that work here,” said co-owner Christian Santiago. “What stands out is the quality of our services and the expertise of our guys. We have an amazing shop. It’s a unique shop, modeled after a 1950s gas station.”

Their haircuts are $14.99 making them affordable for those customers who want to come in weekly.

“Many customers come every week,” he said.

Santiago and his husband Eric McKnight started the business in 2016.

This year Santiago wanted to pay tribute to Bob Neu, one of their stylists who died in August. 

“We really want to recognize Bob,” Santiago said.

Santiago and McKnight previously told SFGN that Neu was a master barber and had a big, loyal following. On their Facebook page they said, “He was the kind of guy who was always there, so much so that we all expected him to always be there. Making each memory we shared with him feel that much more valuable.”

Runner-up: Dude’s Barbershop

- KS

Check out the rest of the winners at SFGN's Best of 2021 Winners.


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