The chefs at Ami's Chaatwala serve homemade chaats?snacks traditionally served at roadside stalls or beaches in India. Spiced potatoes tuck inside Pani Poori?s fried crisps, and Papri Chaat consists of flat crisps topped with potatoes, chickpea, yogurt, mint, tamarind chutney, and cilantro. Other easy-to-eat items on the menu include wraps stuffed with spiced cottage cheese, sauteed bell peppers and mint sauce. Each meal is neatly packaged and ready for customers to pick up and enjoy at home, a local park, or a favorite parking garage.
Black Rock Pilates Studio's attentive and certified instructors personalize the exercise experience with small-class sizes and private sessions designed to help clients maximize the benefits of each workout. Two one-hour private Pilates sessions take place in a secluded section of the studio, allowing professional body-benders to ply their trade without having to worry about overly inquisitive eyes or unprompted advice from backseat stretchers. Every level of fitness fanatic can benefit from Pilates training, which may help to increase core stability and mobility. Each program is fully customized to help clients meet their goals, and an on-site physical therapist offers consultations for trainees recovering from injuries caused by no-handed cartwheel attempts.
Traditional bodywork unites with Eastern energy healing at Quantum Touch Massage Therapy, where LMT Janice Strileckis assuages pain and stress with her massage techniques. Inside the cozy office, breathing exercises accompany long and flowing Swedish strokes, deep-tissue kneads, and relaxation and wellness modalities. Janice works to heal a range of ailments, from chasing away everyday anxiety to rehabilitating injuries caused by auto accidents, participation in athletics, and lifting a 50-pound med-school textbook day after day.
Black Rock Bodywork's licensed massage therapist, Janice Strileckis, ease aches from weary bodies with soothing Western massage methods. During each session, clients clamber atop heated massage tables and lounge in piles of cozy blankets as her nimble hands liberate muscles from knots and restrictive corsets. Drizzles of glossy massage oils and lotions soften skin and counteract uncomfortable friction, and pillows provide additional support during each 60- to 90-minute treatment. Janice employs slow, deliberate strokes during deep-tissue rubdowns to mitigate chronic pain and relieve tension from muscles moonlighting as rubber-band balls. Flowing strokes and gentle kneading comprise the relaxing repertoire of a Swedish massage, which strives to hasten blood flow and alleviate discomfort from soft tissues.
The walls of Park City Tattoo are covered in colorful samples of the artists—everything from elegant floral patterns to cartoon characters and otherworldly beings. It's testament to the diverse repertoire of artists Hector Daniels and Rob Green, who create both color and black-and-white compositions. They can even create lifelike portraits of a beloved family member or ink on next week's grocery list. Before, during, and after the tattoo service, the team takes extra care to make sure each client feels comfortable.
Behind red slats resembling barnyard doors, a weathered painting of the US flag proudly hangs, exuding patriotic charm. These rustic touches carry over to O’Shea American Grill’s menu of hearty comfort food lovingly created from scratch. Though the majority of its pages broadcast traditional American eats such as ribs, burgers, and steak, the menu also branches out into dishes such as pizzas and paella packed with chicken, shrimp, and chorizo.