Peek across the counter at the shop's resident chocolatiers, who massage creamy loafs of chocolate on sturdy marble slabs daily. For additional culinary theatrics, feel free to cheer on the expert orchard orderlies as they kettle-dip Granny Smiths into caramel-coated creations. Caramel apples range from the classically simple (starting at $5.25) to The Monster Apple, which is rolled in mixed nuts, layered lovingly in milk or dark chocolate, and drizzled in rich white confection with liberal discretion. For additional brain pampering, strip away the core and go straight for the score with freshly fangled fudges ($13.25 per pound).
The board-certified orthodontists at Smile Straight Orthodontics, including some who are bilingual in English and Spanish, work to perfect smiles with preventive, restorative, and cosmetic treatments. With an expert staff at the ready, they treat common issues with innovative tools such as Invisalign.
Greenery Restaurant and Market's chefs imbue fresh seasonal ingredients with intercontinental flavors to round out an innovative menu of more than 150 culinary masterpieces. Seafood-loving tongues walk the cedar plank and plunge into the court of the barbecued wild Washington state king salmon and its fawning attendants of herbed potatoes, spinach, and fresh hoisin barbecue sauce ($20). A Mediterranean trio tours diners through balmy olive-tree-studded lands with a smattering of hummus, baba ghanoush, and Greek-black-olive tapenade, bolstered by house-made pita chips ($10). Sautéed rapini pizza accepts passengers of buttermilk ricotta, garlic, and pickled fresno chilies before setting sail for the dining room ($13), and carnivores can track a wily strip steak through a salsa-laced jungle of greens, avocado, peppers, and onions on the grilled fajita salad ($16).
Last season was a hallmark season at Sunland Park when wagers skyrocketed 32% to nearly $54 million, yielding big returns for equine enthusiasts with an eye for winners. Bet a doll hair or two and watch the global stampede of speed-steeds in Sunland Park’s Simulcast Lounge and throughout the Grandstand and Turf Club areas. Your simulcast program will serve as a papery fountain of horseracing knowledge, helping you make wise wagers and avoiding such foolish bets as taking the long odds on Hägar the Horrible being funny tomorrow. In addition to a $10 betting voucher, you and your fellow Equus ferus caballus admirer can feed on cheeseburgers, soft drinks, and French fries while comparing the goofiest horse rap monikers on your profile sheet.
Our Texas wines are more than a reflection of our personal dedication to making world-class wines. They represent our culture and desire to share all that means in one of life's finer pleasures. Handcrafted wines with true Texas spirit. Zin Valle - made in the place where the star touches the mountain. Salud!
When Schlotzsky's first opened in Austin back 1971, the owner offered just one sandwich. Known as The Original, the stack offered lean smoked ham, genoa and cotto salamis, three kinds of cheese, and a layer of marinated black olives, all atop a hot sourdough bun. That?s all it took to get Schlotzsky?s off the ground and send it on its way to become a global franchise, today featuring locations in 35 states and four countries. Of course, today?s menu holds many, many more flavor combinations?Angus roast beef and cheese, chicken and pesto, and a smoked-turkey reuben, to name a few?along with salads and pizzas. The latter aren't as much of a divergence from Schlotzky's lunch-friendly template as it might sound: at eight inches across, they're still easy to grab on the go, and the crust is made with sourdough just like the signature sandwich bread and the walls of the head baker's home.