Smart Shopper Cards get consumers discounted access to a variety of businesses in Arizona, California, Las Vegas, and Seattle. Dining cards get cardholders appetizers, entrees, and desserts at local restaurants; golf passes include rounds at award-winning courses; activity passes could include admission to roller skating rinks, trampoline parks, and laser tag arenas; and pamper passes combine salon and spa treatments such as facials, haircuts, and tanning. Each card comes attached to a card backer that has information about all the merchants including their phone number, address, and website as well as information about the deal.
Flagstaff Nordic Center's snowy trails wind gently through the Coconino National Forest and snake up the scenic San Francisco Peaks. Before making tracks into the wilderness or across the wilderness's carpet, guests visit the Nordic Nook pro shop in downtown Flagstaff to slip into Salomon boots and lock into Fischer skis, or get strapped into snowshoes by Yukon Charlie or Tubbs. Skiers are then ready to glide along 25 miles of nonredundant, groomed cross-country trails studded with classic downhill slopes and an absence of chairlifts. A thrilling descent and views of Humphrey's Peak reward experts that hike up Peak-A-View Trail, and a smooth surface running through aspen groves and a nearby pillow factory coaxes wobbly novices to test the mountainside. Snowshoers trek along a network of paths that begins with easier trails close to the main lodge, and stretches outward, past a warming yurt with a wood stove, in loops of increasing difficulty.
With a 450-square-foot walk-in humidor's worth of cigars and an extensive selection of spirits and wines, Magnum’s furnishes tasty fodder for smoke- and liquor-attuned palates. Guests bathe in the amber glow of the establishment's speakeasy-style ambiance as they browse a nearly encyclopedic menu that showcases 1,000 imported cigars ($7–$25), 350 single-malt scotches ($8–$200/glass), 600 beers ($5–$20/glass), and untold partridges in pear trees. Customers overwhelmed by Magnum's diversity of indulgences can consult with one of the store's knowledgeable sommeliers, mixologists, or cigar aficionados to discover the perfect sip or stogie to fit their mood. As guests blow smoke rings, the sounds, smells, and sentiments of the early 1930s permeate the shop, hearkening back to the days when smoking was the norm and words for money and unbaked bread could be used interchangeably.
Servers and patrons alike crunch across scattered peanut shells on the way to their tables at Teakwoods, a boisterous neighborhood watering hole crowned Best Sports Bar in 2009 by Phoenix New Times. A team of chefs cooks up classic American eats, including half-pound burgers, meaty sandwiches, and their award-winning wings, which can heat up gastro-chambers and cargo-pants pockets with flavors such as medium, hot, and honey-barbecue hot. As bartenders pour draft beers and concoct tasty libations, guests can catch their favorite sporting events on one of many high-definition TVs that broadcast events from the MLB, NFL, and UFC. When guests can't make it to the restaurant, Teakwoods' chefs cater fare to events, gatherings, and parties.
Bowls of pho and plates of burgers fuel guests for friendly competition at Sage Bar, where American and Vietnamese cuisine are served side-by-side in a sports bar atmosphere. The aroma of pho, a traditional rice noodle soup, excites taste buds as it’s carried to tables still steaming, containing a choice of several meats, including steak, meatballs, or chicken. Angus burgers and spicy chicken sandwiches, meanwhile, are grilled to bring out their juicy potential, then topped with cheese, lettuce, onion, and tomato. An assortment of beers, wine, and spirits pair with meals and inspire improvised fight songs during games of pool, corn hole, Jenga, and darts.