For the engine, run full synthetic oil, and a quality gas like Chevron, Mobile, etc. That will clean up the valves, injectors, etc. You also need to run premium in this car, that's what the motor is designed for.
Put in some new plugs. Check your motor mounts, they are probably worn at that mileage.
Check for DTCs, if you're getting misfires maybe run some fuel and intake cleaner through it, although synthetic oil and good gas (especially Chevron/techron) will probably clean that stuff up over time.
Replace the brake hoses with teflon/SS, that will dramatically improve brake feel. I'd also recommend some quality rotors and pads like EBC redstuff, etc. Also (unlike most cars) you need to actually tighten the lugnuts with a torque wrench, otherwise the rotors tend to warp and pulse. I use a 70ft/lb torque stick with an impact wrench to get them close, then finish to 90ft/lbs with a wrench (check your manual for proper torque).
Other mx, in case it hasn't been done: replace brake fluid, tranny oil, coolant, and PS fluid. That will save money in the long run. Use OEM honda fluids, although I have used AMSOIL in the gearbox and it hasn't hurt it yet.