With 11 locations around the Bayou State, including one that was used in filming HBO's True Detective, A Storage Inn gives New Orleanians plenty of space to store their belongings. The units have up to 14-foot ceilings and air-conditioning systems that control humidity levels. Best of all, each location's manager lives and works on the premises, so there's always someone watching over your stuff?in addition to Superman, of course.
H&R Block's talented tariff technicians assist busy taxpayers with their cent-saving savvy and expert customer service. The easy-to-follow in-office consultations allow taxpayers to sit down with one of H&R Block's nimble number-crunchers for a pow-wow on how to make sense of tax twists and turns, and help them avoid costly mistakes and almost-as-costly hand-cramps. After providing H&R Block's tax professionals with personal papers culled from the company's tax preparation checklist (including calculation-ready records of retirement income, education costs, and deductions from charity fish-eating contests), customers can sit back while their human calculators devise a custom filing backed up with the benefit of a maximum-refund guarantee and professional audit support, if needed.
A champion for earth-friendly lifestyles, Cloth Baby encourages diaper wranglers to reduce and reuse with an array of fashionable fabric alternatives to disposables. Boasting bright hues and charming patterns, the shop's tiny garb comes in one-size styles with adjustable snaps, adapting with infants throughout their diaper-donning stages—from about 8 to 35 pounds. Easily machine washed and dried, the variety of cloth pocket diapers ($8), breathable bamboo pocket diapers ($11), and colorful Happy Heinys ($18.95) save parents money over time. Cloth Baby also stocks leak-free diaper covers ($8), Rockin Green’s Classic Rock diaper laundry soap ($13.95), and 4-ounce jars of skin-soothing CJ’s BUTTer ($9). A wet/dry diaper bag jumps to action with sealed compartments ($6), good for separating pungent rabble-rousers from their freshly laundered pals.
St. Bernard Indoor Shooting Center comprises 13 50-foot shooting lanes, which accommodate handguns, rifles, and shotguns of various calibers.
The center's 3,000 square foot retail shop rents many of its available firearms, such as 9-millimeter handguns. That way, customers can try out different models prior to making a purchase from the retail stock, which includes a large selection of Glock firearms.
St. Bernard Indoor Shooting Center is a destination for firearms training. Here, NRA-certified instructors train students in the safe use, handling, and ownership of firearms. These experts, which consist of law enforcement officers and military instructors, work with clients of all levels, from beginners to law enforcement and military personnel. The range also serves as home base for NOLATAC Training and Consulting, which is run by a veteran of the US Marine Corps with 11 years of military experience.
Before opening Taco Del Mar's startup location in Seattle in 1992, its founders spent years surfing California's coastline and devouring fish tacos and stuffed burritos. During this time, they developed a bottomless appetite for the local specialty?a taco with fried fish, shredded cabbage, lime juice, salsa, and a mystery white sauce?and decided to make it their signature menu item. Since then, the chain has opened locations in more than 20 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces.
The restaurant gives visitors a taste of the California-surfer cuisine Taco Del Mar's founders fell in love with in the form of fresh fish tacos stuffed with fried Alaskan cod. It also introduces people to Mission-style burritos, giant burritos that were created in the San Francisco Bay Area in the early '80s to feed Paul Bunyan when he was there on vacation.
Within the springy confines of Space Walk’s Vertical Rush, tykes ricochet like excited electrons across tunnels, slides, and climbing walls. The springy obstacle course is one of hundreds housed inside Space Walk of Greater New Orleans’ 43,000-square-foot facility. Though those bounce houses typically measure 15’x15’, the facility can supply revelers with inflatables that measure up to 23-feet tall.
To ensure safe gravity defiance, trained bounce experts help parents hone in on an inflatables that suits tykes’ ages, interests and varying Buzz Aldrin impersonations. Additionally, the staff not only delivers and sets up houses, but happily trains party throwers in proper bounce-house technique, along with scrubbing down the houses before and after use.