1600 World Bier Haus specializes in beers from around the world, with 30 different beers on tap and over 100 by the bottle and can.
The menu is 90% made from scratch within the restaurant. The soups, sauces and many more items are made fresh daily.
At Glenmore Landing Vision Center, a trio of eye doctors spearheads a merry band of opticians and lab techs capable of constructing a new pair of glasses in one hour. In the on-site lab, they cut lenses to fit a selection of more than 1,000 frames, including brands such as Boss, Dolce & Gabbana, and Fendi. The visionary staffers advise clients on matching frames to face shapes and determining if their eyes are grey-blue or blue-grey.
Glenmore Photo’s employees not only custom-frame pictures in-house, they can take the pictures themselves during portraiture services. Jacks of many trades, they can also transfer video from outdated mediums to DVD, and can design and print everything from business cards to banners.
As a non-denominational centre for recreation and sports, the Calgary Jewish Community Centre has offered engaging programming to participants for more than 30 years. The classes offered with today's Groupon are half-day intensive workshops held on Sundays that begin at 9:00 a.m. and come to a thundering close at 2:00 p.m. The Calgary JCC is a lively and dynamic facility with 55,000 square feet of real estate and a growing membership of approximately 3,000 people.
Salus Fitness's owner and certified personal trainer, Sarah Salus, helps keep clients in shape in spite of the strenuous demands of daily life. Her early-morning boot-camp sessions allow guests to prepare for the day ahead with well-rounded workouts combining strength training, cardio, stretching, and plyometrics. Clients in search of more focused attention can take advantage of in-home personal-training sessions, or group sessions for about four to eight people.
Founded in 1982, Epic Fencing schools both adults and children with beginner, intermediate, and advanced fencing lessons, and offers classes for all three of the sport's weapons. Since its launch thirty years ago, Epic has seen several of its members poke and prod their way onto Canada's national team, and in 2004, one even represented Canada at the Athens Olympics. Today, Hungary-born Peter Drevenka presides as head coach, teaching the globally practiced sport inside Epic's spacious facility.