Master Italian Pizzeria's chefs shepherd fresh veggies and meats across a fluffy pasture of hand-tossed dough, crafting saucy spheres and noodle dishes within a cozy nosh-haven sporting checkered tablecloths and local artwork. Build your own pizza ($6.99–$12.99) upon a foundation of homemade crust, accessorizing your creation with regular toppings such as sausage, mushrooms, and jalapeños ($1.25–$2.50 each) or premium adornments, such as beef, chicken, or steak accents ($1.75–$3.75 each). Calzones—folded-over pouches of pizza—can also flaunt personalized ingredients upon an interior canvas of ricotta, mozzarella, and provolone cheese ($6.99–$12.99). Sandwich artists layer italian subs with succulent slices of salami, ham, pepperoni, and cheese between bread soused with italian dressing (6", $4.99; 12", $8.99), and dress burgers ($3.99–$7.99) to the nines in your selection of toppings ($0.65 each) for sizzling attire that’s even more delicious than the Earl of Sandwich's pickled tunic. Or opt for pasta ($9.99+), which can mingle with an assortment of sauces, as well as various veggies, meats, and cheese.
In 1976, busy California mother Joan Barnes wanted nothing more than to find a play place where she and her kids could enjoy age-appropriate, educational activities. Finding none, she developed her own innovative play environment within a developmental-based program structure now known as Gymboree Play & Music. Today, kids tumble and learn in more than 650 locations in 33 countries around the world, engaging in open play and classes designed to build cognitive and motor skills. As parents participate in their children's development, their kids learn to paint, play music, and interact socially outside of their preschool knitting circles.
The garment masseurs at Comet Cleaners have been remixing attire with relaxing dry-cleaning treatments and hot pressing for three generations, beginning in the 1920s. Call upon their cleanly hands to spruce up separates ($5.50 for pants, $1.99 for shirts), recharge power suits ($11.75), or put the spring back in your sweater’s step ($5). Comfort comforters with a thorough de-cat-furring ($29), and luxuriate in not having to talk your washer out of an unbalanced-spin-cycle meltdown every 10 minutes. The staff hand-presses and inspects all garments that grace their presence, ensuring that all collars have been tamed and all stains sent packing back to the wine bottle they came from.
Sushi on the Roll Sushi on the Roll's adroit chefs carefully wrap vinegar-sprinkled rice, nori, and fresh seafood into creations that won the restaurant Best Sushi on the 2010 Fox 8 Akron-Canton Hot List. Classic maki favorites such as an eel or salmon roll satisfy piscine cravings, and spicy rolls such as the Moffa, layered with spicy tuna and shrimp tempura, work their pleasing pyromancy on palates. The eatery's chefs also host periodic hands-on Sushi 101 classes, which divulge the secrets of making nigiri and maki rolls as well as how to grab a good night's sleep by stuffing pillows with perfectly fluffy rice.
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When a Sears Duct Cleaning team visits a home, they roll up in a service truck armed with an industrial-strength cleaning device specially engineered to cleanse HVAC systems. Following a detailed and customer-focused 14-step cleaning process, blue-shirted techs use powerful vacuums and high-pressure air whips to dislodge dirt, debris, and allergens that may be compromising homes' air quality and reducing the efficiency of heating and cooling systems. While they wrap up the procedure—which adheres to National Air Duct Cleaners Association guidelines—ventilation gurus field any questions customers may have about the service or the likelihood of retaliation from dust-bunny armies.