For 65 years, Jim’s Fallbrook Market's friendly and knowledgeable staff has guided shoppers through a superior selection of deli, dairy, and produce to stock locals' pantries with flavorful comestibles. Carnivores can regale in Jim's extensive bevy of meats sliced and diced by seasoned butchers who serve up Harris Ranch carne asada ($8.99/lb.) and savory portions of stuffed pork chops ($6.99/lb.). With fresh seafood delivered daily, shoppers can eschew edible top hats and dress up a dull meal with ahi tuna ($11.99/lb.), farm-raised salmon fillets ($13.49/lb.), or large scallops ($13.99/lb.). Finish off gastronomical bundles with a bottle of wine hand-picked from Jim's extensive wineporium packed with nectars from international lands (up to a $15 value). Patrons can opt to flood the palate with thirst-quenching droplets from a bottle of Midnight Cellars cabernet sauvignon ($11.89) or let the Queen of Hearts pinot noir trade poker tips with a gambling tongue ($12.49). Although not included in this Groupon, feasts can also be supplemented with offerings from Jim's deli, barbecue, and beer assortments.
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Dr. Isaac Kashani didn’t always know he was going to be a dentist, but looking back at his upbringing, you’d think he was born for it. By age 15, Dr. Kashani was already combining his intelligence and superior manual dexterity in junior-college classes and auto-mechanics courses that he took in addition to a full schedule of high-school classes. Now, his years of experience and obsession with perfecting even the smallest details manifest themselves in a full menu of cosmetic and restorative dental services. Additionally, patients at Lasting Impressions can benefit from the work of Dr. Kashani's colleague, Dr. Sargon Lazarof, who invented the same-day implant.
During treatments, high-magnification optics and high-power microscopes guide the doctors' hands to the millimeter as they seek out the deepest cavities while continually devoting themselves to comforting patients. The staff also dotes on clients with spa amenities that include hydrating paraffin hand waxes and sugar-free reading material.
Dozens of anxious shoppers line up on the sidewalk, peering through a glossy store window for any sign of activity. After what seems like hours, a door swings open and visitors flood the shop to glimpse the object of their anticipation: newly released Dave White Air Jordan basketball shoes. The staffers at Millennium Shoes are not new to this kind of commotion, since many passionate shoe buffs routinely make the trek to the shop's poured-concrete floors to pick up eye-catching sneakers from brands such as Nike, Jordan, and Reebok. Alongside the trove of classic and designer kicks, sporty apparel and accessories by Stussy, Silvano, and Mitchell & Ness cloak upper halves, complementing newfound footwear and keeping hair from attempting to lace itself for attention. In addition to its bustling limited-edition releases, Millennium Shoes entertains visitors with a range of special events, including video-game tournaments and guest appearances by NBA players.
Every day, Zone Healthy's head chef Eli Tordjman devises a fresh menu of healthy, low-carb meals made with organic vegetables and hormone-free meats for wee-hours delivery to homes around Los Angeles. Focusing on scientifically designed nutrition, Eli's team assembles every meal with a specific ratio of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, which helps to boost energy levels and promote weight loss by minimizing sugar and carbohydrate intake. Eli's diverse culinary repertoire is readily customizable to suit the needs of each customer. The knowledgeable food architect already has separate meal plans for vegans and vegetarians, and he works one on one with clients who have specific dietary restrictions, allergies, or a deathly fear of cauliflower.
When it comes to the cakes at Passions Pastries, no two bites are every quite the same. That's because owner Darlene sneaks a hint of other desserts inside her cakes and cupcakes, separating layers of Meyer lemon cake with a lemon pie filling and topping a classic vanilla cake with banana pudding and crumbled wafers. Even her classic flavors incorporate unique elements, with carrot cupcakes sweetened with chunks of pineapple and chocolate-on-chocolate cupcakes topped with chocolate Italian buttercream. Her skills at baking, frosting, and keeping cakes from growing too large didn't just win her a spot on every local sweet tooth's radar; they also earned her a spot on the Food Network's popular Cupcake Wars.