At Clearwater Boxing Center, students learn the sweet science from decorated trainers. There's Ron Valicoff—who owns more than 35 years of martial arts experience—and Tony "TNT" Tucker, who defeated Buster Douglas for the IBF World Heavyweight championship in 1987. Together, the staff oversees an array of classes geared toward folks ages 6 and older, including boxing, kickboxing, and women's only boot camp. Like any true boxing gym, the facility keeps plenty of punching bags around so that students can practice hugging.
One of Inc. Magazine’s Top 5000 companies, T-Cellular caters to phone fanatics with a wealth of talkbox-enhancing accessories. Though T-Cellular primarily caters to Sprint customers, their shops stock an assortment of products fit for any phone or fourth-generation string-connected tin cans. Outfit ears with a futuristic accent by equipping a Jabra BT2080 ($29.99) or Motorola H560 universal Bluetooth headset ($59.99) or refuel thirsty phones with gas on the go by picking up a Micro USB travel or car charger ($29.99 each). Sprint model-specific shields such as an Otterbox Defender case ($69.99) or impact skin ($19.99) for the HTC EVO 3D protect multidimensional devices from dangerous drops. Similarly, the EVO 3500 extended battery keeps the tenacious telephone ticking well into any terrestrial travels.
Big Frog transfers custom and premade designs onto everything from garments and golf towels to mouse pads and flags. Jumpstart a stalled imagination machine by consulting sundry design ideas, graphic designers on staff, and a range of clothing styles. Print a picture of your favorite ex-attorney general onto a white cotton T-shirt ($15.99–$18.99 in S-3XL) or colored jersey polo ($20.99–$23.99 in S-3XL), or label identical twins with two colored onesies for infants ($16.99 each). The shop also stocks illustratable knickknacks such as coasters ($23.99/four), 110-piece puzzles ($15.39), and car flags ($16.49, pole included).
Shlomo Gourmet Subs & Deli lovingly crafts hearty fare by crossing Mediterranean and American influence harmoniously with natural ingredients sourced as close to the restaurant as possible. Open until the wee hours on most nights, Shlomo Gourmet Subs & Deli acts as a multiservice destination for guests seeking a swarm of hot, cold, and hearty ingredients. The prepping chefs stuff crispy chickpea balls, pickles, parsley, and tahini into hot-pressed pitas to form falafel sandwiches ($5.79), and sling a full pound of Boar’s Head meat onto moon-pie bread to deliver their one-pounder sandwich ($13.99). Gourmet vegetarian salads toss a cadre of ingredients directly onto the spears of waiting forks or fingers, with green options including the cayenne-accented Armenian ($6.99) and minty tabouleh ($8.99). Scooping spoons also shovel out delectable edibles by the pound or half-pound, from garlicky hummus ($3.99/$5.99) to beef- and spice-stuffed grape leaves ($5.50/$10.50) to hearty helpings of hellos and here's that hummus you ordered.