Yogurbella invites dairy gormandizers to treat their palates to a satisfyingly cold embrace with every brain-chilling mouthful of sweetness. Indulge in 20 different flavors of yogurt, as well as smoothies, beverages, and special arctic desserts to cool down after attempting to bench press the Liberty Bell. Yogurbella whips up its milky morsels every day, and churns out smoothies ($5.50), parfaits ($5.50), and cones ($3.25–$4.50) for a fancy frozen fete. Swing into the store and order a classic yogurt flavor cup in flavors such as strawberry, chocolate, pistachio, and original—all soothing alternatives to gnawing on hot sauce packets ($3.75–$12.75). One 100-gram serving of the plain yogurt contains a paltry 110 calories, making it an ideal treat for health-conscious dairy devourers, and can be topped with fresh fruit to gussy up servings without an application of mascara. The yogurt recipe contains fewer than four major ingredients and keeps artificial flavorings and additives out of its exclusive frozen clubhouse.
Hurricane Grill & Wings showcases its library of more than 30 sauce flavors. Their sauces' level of spiciness mimics hurricane intensity ratings, from the honey or mango barbecue options occupying Category 1 to the Ridiculously Hot Hurricane sauce in Category 5. In between sit flavors of ancho chili and lime, jamaican jerk, chipotle raspberry, and spicy sweet chili. Baskets of jumbo or boneless wings come tossed in guests’ sauces of choice, as do grilled chicken or mahi-mahi sandwiches.
Elsewhere on the menu are tropically themed selections such as firecracker shrimp tacos, Southwest-style churrasco steak, and Monterey jack-filled quesadillas, while the to-go menu can accommodate large gatherings, such as sports-watching parties or jury-duty reunions. Meanwhile, bottle and tap beers from Abita, Harpoon, Redhook, and many other breweries help subdue roaring mouth fires.
At Jordan's Steak Bistro, you don't have to wait for the main course to get your beef fix. The first dish on the menu is an appetizer of beef carpaccio with thinly shaved tenderloin, which sets the tone for an elegant selection of dishes that includes hand-picked oysters and duck breast drizzled in orange teriyaki sauce. Of course, steaks are the highlight of the menu, ranging from a petite 6-ounce Jackman Ranch filet to an 18-ounce bone-in rib eye that some diners have reported is big enough for two people or one really hungry Santa. Though it is a steakhouse, Jordan's isn't looking to leave anyone out—the menu also includes meat-free dishes such as a chilled vegan terrine with tofu, olives, and spinach.
With Polo West's polo fields and golf course rolled out around them, players put their feet up between games and nosh at Polo West Cantina. The menu changes weekly, but it's always imbued with Latin flavor. Corona-battered fish, deep-fried crab cakes, melted cheese with tortillas and guacamole, and bacon-and-blue-cheese burgers are just a few of the dishes you might find. Sauces abound—look for Argentinean chimichurri sauce for drizzling onto steaks, black-butter sauce for seasoning Mexico City–style mahi mahi, and chipotle sauce for heating up tacos or greasing up golf clubs.
Fresh, high-quality seafood and hibachi-seared steak star in many of the sushi rolls and Japanese dishes at Sushi Fans Cafe—but not all of them. That's because the restaurant's chefs also curate a vegan menu. On that menu, you'll find vegan "fish" nuggets with sweet-chili sauce and sushi rolls featuring sweet-potato tempura, pickled yellow radish, and other flavorful vegetables. Pours of sake, beer, and wine pair with both traditional and vegan meals.
Barber tools are not toys. But even as a child, Dennis Marquez couldn’t resist playing with his father's set of barber tools in the attic, as he told Wellington the Magazine in 2008. This early admiration led Dennis to train at many prestigious hair schools including Vidal Sassoon in London. More than 35 years ago, Dennis and his wife, Kristina, opened the first Pizzazz Hair Design. The venture succeeded: their business has grown to include five separate salons, many of which have gained praise from NBC 5. Each salon’s stylists, armed with Redken and GKhair products, consult with men, women, teens, and children before revamping their manes with cuts, foil highlights, and hair-smoothing treatments. At the adjoining spas in three of the five salons, technicians paint nails with OPI polishes and cleanse skin with botanical-based Pevonia products.
To stay up to date on current hair trends, each salon's beauticians attend continuing-education courses and dissolve fashion magazines older than three months in jars of barbicide. The Pizzazz team also gives back to the community by donating a portion of salon proceeds to the Adopt-A-Family organization.