Here at Bulldog Chiropractic we provide Chiropractic care of the utmost quality to the patients of the Westminster, Thornton, and Northglenn areas of Denver Colorado. We specialize in the treatment of auto injuries, acute and chronic neck pain, back pain, and sports injuries.
The classic Midas oil change (up to a $31.99 value for most vehicles) begins by quenching the deep-down thirst of your steed's chassis and restoring its electrolytes with Valvoline semi-synthetic oil. Midas will swap out up to five quarts of oil matched to the correct viscosity grade for your vehicle. They'll also replace your filter and conduct a 55-point courtesy check on your car. Lastly, they'll refill the wiper fluid, imbuing your vehicle with enough confidence to shrug off the slings and splatters of loose-boweled birds and directionally challenged insects.
Ed and Kyle Becerra, Young's Market and Garden Center’s owners, took over the business from Ed’s father, who founded it more than 50 years ago. Locally grown perennials, annuals, trees, shrubs, and Chia Pets squint at the outdoor sun, and rows of flowers line the dirt aisles of tidy greenhouses. In addition to plants, Young's inventory includes soil, fertilizers, weed-control products, and pond supplies. In season, customers can find fresh produce at Young’s bustling farmers' market.
Vinnola’s Italian Market quashes midday hunger grumblings with a café menu of hot and cold sandwiches, pizzas, and Italian specialties. Newly wedded cheese and sauce emerge from their oven honeymoon on slices of pepperoni or sausage pizza ($1.99). The hearty lasagna provides a multilayered pasta dance floor for taste-bud tap dances ($5.95), and grilled homemade focaccia takes center stage in the paninis, with backup flavors of prosciutto, salami, fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, peppers, basil pesto, and bags of chips ($6.99). Classic italian sodas and Pepsi products refresh palates and carbonate mealtimes with a range of old-school flavors. Give postlunch activities a sweet edge with one of Vinnola’s cannoli, prepared in the traditional Italian, Bavarian, and Pistachian styles ($2.35 each).
Mile High Marketplace stretches open-air shops and a farmers market over 80 acres. Annual pass-holders can ride their camelback caravans through the Marketplace gates free of charge (normally $2 on Fridays; $3 on Saturdays and Sundays), and, once inside, enjoy a bevy of discounts in the Marketplace shops and deals on munchies at the Marketplace Grill. The open-air bazaar offers framed artwork, brand-name clothing, home furnishings, bicycles, and more. Food stalls whip up a diverse range of grub and antique shops hawk vintage wares. Two stages of live music allow shoppers to take regular jitterbug breaks, and a throng of amusement-park rides for kids allow visitors to strut around with chicly wind-blown hair.
Although it may feature all the amenities of a convenient neighborhood store, Stellato's Grocery & Deli embraces its role as an Italian-style grill. The deli area features dark wooden tables scattered across the floor, creating the ambiance of a bistro as opposed to a standard convenience store. While the deli offers take-home orders of homemade pastas, Boar's Head deli meats, produce, coffees, and other home necessities, the menu demonstrates the establishment's true roots. The staff prepares hot and cold deli sandwiches stacked with everything from egg salad and onion to sausage and peppers, as well as hot soups and classic Italian entrees—including baked ziti and chicken parmesan—to be taken home and reheated in the oven or roasted above the kitchen's open flames.