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T-Bones Marketplace boasts a bevy of boutique grocery goodies, including fresh baked goods, locally grown produce, meats, and prepared meals to sate discerning bellies on the move. Maneuver through menus of daily lunch and dinner favorites, including its award-winning fried chicken, fried golden brown seven days a week ($4.69 for three pieces). A rotating roster of daily specials, such as succulent pulled pork ($3.99+/lb.) and chicken potpies ($3.49 each), tease taste buds though warm glass display cases. Sample homestyle comfort foods such as baked meatloaf ($4.99/lb.) or a tuna-noodle casserole creamy enough to make an animated white glove envious ($3.99/lb.). Main meal affairs end on a sweet note with gourmet selections of homemade sweet treats such as white-chocolate-raspberry cake ($12.99) or brazen banana-cream brimming with pudding, bavarian cream, and topped with whipped cream ($8.99).
Tom Friday's Market's small team of grocers hand-trim hanging sides of corn-fed beef and other meats within a cozy storefront that's been grinding out protein since 1955. A rotating menu of weekly specials showcases signature items such as peppered bacon ($3.99+/lb.) and house-made smoked kielbossy and hot italian sausage loaves ($3.99+/lb.), which bask in the chill of glass display cases festooned with neon placards announcing each meat's price, objectives, qualifications, and references. Snapper filets ($8.99+/lb.) join all-natural whole chickens ($1.49+/lb.), which the staff masterfully carves into a variety of specialty cuts such as drumsticks and split breasts. Stuffed hot banana peppers ($3.99+) await cocktail hour after a trip to the oven, and Lorraine swiss cheese and all-natural provolone ($3.99+/lb.) break the windows of nearby food pyramids. Tom Friday's Market also stocks produce, bread, milk, and other sundries.
Doctor of Chiropractic Daniel Miller’s chiropractic epiphany came at an early age, when a local doctor deftly swapped the chronic pain in his neck with a fervent desire to master the art of professional spine alignment. The doctor’s stints treating the underprivileged of Fiji has instilled in him a devotion to providing each client with personalized, one-on-one care. Adept at alleviating aches from backs, shoulders, and antennas, Dr. Miller pairs his practiced adjustments with massage therapy from nimble-fingered staffers, who can oscillate between Swedish, deep-tissue, hot-stone, and pregnancy techniques.
The heady smell of fresh spices and artisan cheeses, combined with antiqued wide-plank wood floors and exposed-brick walls, inspires fantasies of a neighborhood shop set in a Greek village. Gus Stamoolis, son of Orestus Stamoolis, continues the business started by his father and uncles in 1929. Alongside his family and friendly staff, he imports oils and spices from fine Mediterranean distributers, as well as cheeses from Greece, Cyprus, Spain, and France. The Strip District fixture’s many offerings also include a catalog of olives, fine meats, and more than 30 homemade spreads with flavors such as asiago cheese and spicy feta.
Right By Nature specializes in supplying affordable natural and organic foods in a neighborhood-market environment and provides the small sector of the population that still requires food with a diverse, affordable selection of organic and everyday goods. Those who opt for catering will have their pick of Right by Nature's delectable breakfast items, lunches, party platters, beverages, and desserts. Foresighted football fans can order-in cheese and cracker platters (24.99 for a small) or refreshing fruit bowls ($39.99 for a large), and impromptu picnic-goers can grab fresh-packed lunches such as the "best ever" chicken-salad sandwich with potato salad ($10.99). For office-oriented meetings or standard familial gatherings, Right by Nature preps other pluck-worthy platters featuring freshly baked bagels ($3.45 per person; minimum eight people), pastries ($3.95 per person; minimum eight people), and cookies ($21.99 for a small). No matter the occasion or the edibles, all catering orders must be placed at least one day in advance and by Friday for weekend orders.
For more than 40 years, Mish Farms Meat Market's cattle have fed on grain or hay from the pastures they freely roam. These animals, raised without hormones, steroids, or antibiotics, eventually become just some of the all-natural cuts that Mish Farms Meat Market is so proud to sell. At the market, Mish Farms’ staff never prepackages its meat, choosing instead to display it in service cases to ensure freshness and only packages products to customers' specifications. Some of the possibilities include ground chuck and T-bone steaks, meats smoked in-house such as peppered jerky and slab bacon, and smoked bones for dogs or the neighborhood kid who’ll eat anything for a dollar. The market also stocks all-natural pork from local and national processors, lamb from local family farms, turkey from Pounds’ Turkey Farm, and chicken raised on all-vegetable diets from Gerber Poultry.
When the staff isn’t busy with year-round meat sales, they celebrate autumn with annual festivities including hayrides and a themed 3-acre corn maze. A smaller puzzle maze lets guests practice for the larger labyrinth, an obstacle course challenges racing youngsters, and a toddler area entices little ones with age-appropriate activities, such as griping about the cost of chocolate milk these days.