Lemons' Bar-B-Q crafts a barbecue-charged menu of steaks, sandwiches, chicken and seafood. Appetizing appetizers such as hand-breaded onion rings ($3.59 small, $4.99 large) deftly quell rumbling tummies as they warm up taste buds. Midday meal-seekers can nibble on a chopped or sliced barbecue sandwich ($4.99), then wipe away saucy traces with a juicy cheeseburger ($5.99). Dinner diners can dive fork-first into fried shrimp ($9.49) or chicken strips ($6.99), served with a choice of meal-rounding sides. Larger platters boasting steak, catfish, and savory roasted meats are also available for satisfying suppers. Today’s deal is valid for dine-in or carryout, allowing purchasers to pick their edible destination.
Prime Time Family Entertainment Center brings a chic, modern touch to the traditional bowling alley. Angular leather couches and sleek lighting set the scene for competition on the facility's smooth bowling lanes, which feature large screens that hover above and broadcast sports and entertainment for players. The lights drop and the pins become glowing targets during glow bowl, and a pool table invites bowlers to take a break with a game of nine-ball or stripes and solids between rounds. Prime Time is BYOB.
Named one of Top 7 Design's best graphic-design companies in Texas, this small, web-based collective of artists takes doodling to daring new heights with its line of note cards ($19.95 per set). A set comes packed with 12 personalized note cards and matching envelopes, wrapped in whimsical trappings that abound with colorful geometrical patterns and bedecked with a decorative butterfly or flower (wrapping may vary from online images). Snail mailers can choose from a number of different fonts and images, and a rainbow of colors.
Abilene Christian's student theater department practices cutting-edge stagecraft, integrating artistic talent, spiritual depth, and intellectual pursuit to produce quality theatrical performances. With this deal, you'll catch the college's melody-gifted thespians perform Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera masterpiece The Pirates of Penzance, which whimsically brims with colorful characters, including a merry band of sentimental swashbucklers, a squad of blustery policemen, and a rapid-singing major general. Hear timeless operatic standards such as "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General," "Hail Poetry," "Poor Wand'ring One," and much more.
AAA Storage stockpiles precious possessions in its clean, open spaces, preserved by engineered drainage and protected by security cameras. AAA Storage's units can shelter admired antiques, prized papers, and hoarded hordes of stuffed pigs in its rows of distinctive orange-doored facilities, complemented by a computerized security gate and more than 30 security cameras, three of them mounted 50 feet high. Individuals renting a small space for an out-of-apartment depository can access a 5’x10’ unit ($28/month) or 10’x10’ unit ($38/month) for box stacking or mattress tossing. Newly added 15’x20’ units ($119/month) and some 10’x20’ units ($69/month) come equipped with door alarms connected to four Geovision security systems for extra protection. New customers pay a one-time $10 fee.
Ridgemont Animal Clinic’s caring, experienced doctors Tommy O. Harris and Patti Parker provide an array of pet-wellness services designed to support happy and healthy living and to educate new pet owners in proper pet care. Pooch proprietors can bring their pups, mutts, and purebreds in to receive an exam (a $38 value), booster (parvo-distemper) shot (a $25 value), rabies vaccination (a $25 value), heartworm test (a $35 value), and intestinal-parasite test (a $21 value) to ensure tails remain wagging and frisbees remain chewed and buried next to the neighbors' vegetables, which are somehow residing in your fridge's produce drawer.