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Dad, daughter enjoy pedicure together at Tampa spa

(from left to right) Nick Leihy enjoys a Father's Day Beer Pedicure with his daughter Sarina, 8, while she gets a "Cutie Crave Pedi" at Crave Spa in Tampa on Sunday, June 15, 2014. For the Father's Day beer pedicure, dads were able to drink a Cigar City Jai Alai while also soaking their feet in the beer. This was the spa's first year doing the beer pedicures and they booked 20 Father's Day appointments for the special type of pedicure. "I couldn't resist when I saw it, but it's the beer that sold us on it," said Lisa-Marie Leihy of the Father's Day treat for her husband and daughter.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

(from left to right) Nick Leihy enjoys a Father's Day Beer Pedicure with his daughter Sarina, 8, while she gets a "Cutie Crave Pedi" at Crave Spa in Tampa on Sunday, June 15, 2014. For the Father's Day beer pedicure, dads were able to drink a Cigar City Jai Alai while also soaking their feet in the beer. This was the spa's first year doing the beer pedicures and they booked 20 Father's Day appointments for the special type of pedicure. "I couldn't resist when I saw it, but it's the beer that sold us on it," said Lisa-Marie Leihy of the Father's Day treat for her husband and daughter.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Nick Leihy enjoys a Father's Day beer pedicure from nail technician Tomekia Norman as his daughter Sarina, 8, gets a "Cutie Crave Pedi" at Crave Spa in Tampa on Sunday. For the Father's Day beer pedicure, dads were able to drink a Cigar City Jai Alai while also soaking their feet in the beer. This was the spa's first year doing the beer pedicures and workers booked 20 Father's Day appointments. "I couldn't resist when I saw it, but it's the beer that sold us on it," Lisa-Marie Leihy said of the Father's Day treat for her husband and daughter.

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