The Studio Fitness offers a wide selection of drop-in classes for all ages and fitness levels. Zumba classes spicily roll your body into shape with high-energy music and saucy Latin dance moves. Choose from beginner, low-impact, toning, and strength-building Zumba classes, or get your little one's feet moving with Zumbatomic classes for kids. The Studio Fitness aims to broaden hip-shaking horizons with the Indian-dance inspired Masala Bhangra workouts and hip-hop cardio classes. PUMP! weight-lifting classes are ideal for strength and toning, and can be combined with the calorie-burning power of Zumba, kickboxing, or competitive gum-chewing for six-packs on every major appendage. The yoga/Pilates fusion class gently coaxes the body human into a state of relaxation and enhanced flexibility. Most classes are 45 minutes to one hour long, and the accommodating schedule leaves no room for traditional "I was busy hunting Waldo" excuses.
Dixie Twin Drive-In transports moviegoers back to the 1950s with a constantly changing selection of first-run films on two outdoor screens, one 120’ x 52’ and the other 100’ x 65’. Cars pull into the drive-in’s tree-enclosed grounds and tune into a private FM radio station, which provides the audio accompaniment to movies’ car chases, star-crossed love affairs, and alien invasions wedged awkwardly in the middle of historical biopics. The theater starts the season with weekend screenings, then kicks into full swing with daily screenings during the warmest weeks of summer.
Permeated with casual elegance, The Wine Gallery festoons its eclectic menu with classic bistro fare in the form of flavorful salads, soups, sandwiches, and specialties. Let the nibbling commence with starters of chips, dips, spreads, breads, and more, such as the cheese plate, a tour de fromage sidekicked by gourmet crackers and olives ($9), or its smokehouse doppelgänger ($9). Like a whole-wheat aqueduct, the mushroom-spinach pizza siphons a steady stream of silver-dollar mushrooms, mozzarella, feta, and provolone ($8). Chew through an English hedge maze of panko-coated eggplant caprese salad, with mozzarella, tomato, and basil ($5 half, $9 full), then celebrate victory with the succulent, spice-rubbed prime-rib sandwich ($8) or Italian basil-chicken sandwich ($8).
The Human Theatre Company is a professional theater company dedicated to themes that encompass the human condition, shatter unexamined perceptions, and raise social awareness. Twelfth Night, or What You Will showcases Shakespeare's comic wit with themes of love, love lost, mistaken identities, and Elizabethan spit-takes. Revel in musical interludes and lively portrayals including Claire Kennedy as Viola, Sara Mackie as Olivia, and David Dortch as Orsino. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. For best results arrive early or bribe a neighborhood magician to teleport you to the front of the line.
Boston's Bistro and Pub takes beer seriously—17 taps pour a rotating selection of global craft brews, and the beer list teems with more than 100 bottles. A beer garden gives its brews a place to roam outdoors, and an onsite brew school teaches beer enthusiasts the finer points of brewing while instilling etiquette and charm into rowdy porters and stouts. Owner David Boston balances this passion for beer with his family's Hungarian heritage, serving a bistro menu of traditional magyar kolbasz sausage, pork kraut, kosher soft pretzels from Rinaldo's Italian bakery, and Zwack slaw and incorporating European meats and cheeses into paninis, pizzas, and spinach salads.
David Boston and his pub trace their history back through the coal mines of West Virginia and the factories of Ohio, en route to West Dayton, where in 1927 David's ancestors set up their own business, the Ole Time Bar, on Fifth Street. Boston's Bistro and Pub is the family's latest culinary enterprise, now carrying the torch for fine, frothy brews and Magyar delicacies for more than 30 years.