If a rainy spring spent languishing fireside and catching up on the latest Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has left you bearing a heavier burden, venture down to the Gig Harbor workout wonderland to learn how to snap sagging skin back into place. Your personal-training sessions will pair you with one of The Club's certified personal trainers in two 55-minute, one-on-oneries that will customize a fitness plan specifically tailored to your personal workout needs. Target tummy flab or blast the body's bacon build-up as you stretch, squat, and sweat your way to a fairer physique. Also included is an all-access week-long membership to The Club at Gig Harbor starting the day of your first session, so you can roam free among the state-of-the-art equipment, hopping on and off the machines at will until you achieve the svelte Mirrenesque shape of your dreams.
Metronome's passionate baristas employ brewing mastery and fervency for quality coffee to concoct myriad menu items of precisely crafted caffeinated beverages and café fare. Six different brewing methods, including trifecta, pour over, cold brew, french press, and Chemex, steep their own takes on flavorful beans in contests to court patrons’ palates. Espresso shots ($1.25) condense liquid buzzes into miniaturized portions for consumption in steamy sippables such as cappuccino ($2.50), mocha ($3–$4.20), and traditional lattes ($2.50–$3.70). A collection of carefully selected Mad Hat teas—such as the soothing My Throat Hurts ($2.50)—and freshly squeezed orange juice ($3.25) warm the hearts of noncoffee consumers and solid fare, including loaded-pancake pockets ($3.50) and savory cheesecake ($6), befriend mouths to gain access to stomach pool parties.
Blending light tapas with imported desserts, an array of wine, and dancing, Pastíche's confines conjure up Old-World sentiments to create relaxing and romantic evenings. Pleasing vino virtuosos, Pastíche pours an assortment of 17 red wines, including Hugger Mugger pinot noir from Walla Walla Valley, Washington ($8/glass), and the 2007 Baer Winery ursa red blend ($15/glass), which was born out of alchemists' failure to blend merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, and petit verdot into a brick of pure gold. Glass tilters can also choose from 10 white wines by the glass, including the Tucker Cellars muscat canelli ($6) or Delaporte sancerre ($9).