Earth Angels Holistic Health LLC's team of therapists fosters feelings of tranquility with holistic treatments such as ear candling, chakra alignment, and aromatherapy wraps. They also tailor massage treatments to clients' specific needs, carefully weeding out shoulder pains and muscular knots with soothing strokes or hot stones. Both humans and pets can enjoy the team's Reiki treatments, which bolster the body's natural healing processes for a deeper sense of well-being.
The Olive and The Grape's two locations celebrate the cuisine of the Mediterranean by packing shelves with vinegars and more than 30 olive and grape-seed oils from Spain, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, and many other countries. Other products include seasonings to flavor grill rubs, marinades, and salad dressings and more than 50 types of pasta. Staffers also load up carriers with an assortment of their highest-selling products, including aged pomegranate vinegar, grape-seed oil, and garlic-herb seasoning, along with suggested recipes and pet names for select items.
For more than 50 years, Czuchraj Meats has been providing carnivoracious customers with a plethora of fresh, handmade sausage meat and links. Encased-meat savants will survey the sausage fields with glee, picking the choicest of links from the cases of hot or mild italian sausage, hot or mild hungarian sausage, garlic kielbasa, country sausage, spicy chorizo, and fresh white bratwurst. Meat lovers who prefer their ground, spiced delicacies to be free of constraint may also use today's Groupon for bulk sausage.
Be Bright at Night is stationed at various locations throughout Cleveland on unannounced days in an effort to seek out bikers riding in the dark. Walk+Roll volunteers surprise riders with free sets of headlights and blinking taillights, and install them on the spot. Through a combination of free safety equipment and media outreach, the program aims to encourage both cyclists and motorists to be more aware of each other and take the necessary care when traveling after dark.
Shoppers of Hansa Import Haus appease their cravings for German meats, cheeses, condiments, and bakery items while surrounded by old-world murals and the strains of European music. A staple of epicurean culture for 51 years, the specialty store boasts bread varieties including seven-grains bread ($3.99) and bauern schnitten farmer's rye ($3.49), which arrive each week from the Dimpflmeier Bakery. Top grainy pedestals with traditional limburger cheese ($5.99) or soft, ripened champignon brie ($3.99), known to lure kobolds in addition to making tasty sandwiches at home. Bavarian and potato dumplings ($2.98+), various Hengstenberg and Löwensenf mustard varieties ($2.37+), and authentic kraut selections ($1.98+) stock lonely pantries, and the deli’s specialty meats ($4.42+) await selection to keep feuding slices of bread at safe distances from each other.
Each day, soup chef Michael Sharpe uses grandmotherly soup recipes and the freshest ingredients available to brew hearty batches of soup and chili. Much like the weather and LeBron James's loyalty, the specialty-soup menu changes every day and boasts at least seven different daily options. Fan favorites include classic chicken noodle (Mon., Wed., Fri.), vegetarian black bean (Tue. and Fri.), beef chili (every day), and clam chowder (Fri.). Soups come with a roll or crackers and are available by the cup, bowl, pint, quart, gallon, or cauldron. Susy's also boasts a menu of salads and timeless sandwiches, such as the Rueben ($4.49 half, $7.49 whole); the turkey, bacon, and avocado wrap ($5.99); and the grilled veggie delight ($5.49), a herbivore-friendly profusion of provolone, cheddar, spinach, tomato, cucumber, carrot, red onion, and honey mustard between slices of multi-grain bread. Nab a Groupon to Susy's to supply your suppable, sippable needs after homespun attempts to impersonate James Bond's metal-toothed nemesis weld your bite partially shut.