Bombay Bicycle Club, a vintage rock 'n' roll bar, fills up starved stomachs and eardrums alike with its decadent menu and floor-stomping live musical acts. Hum along to an eternally rotating roster of blues, punk, and country artists through a crunchy mouthful of deep-fried pizza dunked in homemade batter ($5) or pickle chips served with chipotle ranch ($3.50). Rhythmically wash down decadent eats with a cascade of one of 30 tap beers ($3–6) or a brown paper bag-clad 40-ounce brew ($8). Nose-ringed nostalgists can relive their mohawked childhoods with the After School Special, a deep-fried peanut butter and jelly ($4), while famished impersonators can use the peanut butter and bananas of the deep-fried Elvis sandwich ($5) to smear gourmet sideburns on their cheeks.
Twenty-three televisions line the wall, and the crack of pool balls colliding resounds while nearby a cheer erupts as a dart hits the bull's-eye. Rookies Sports Bar & Grill is a haven for the sports fan, demonstrated on parts of the menu dubbed “pre-game warm-ups” and “big leagues.” Chefs hand bread their onion rings and stuff sandwiches with blackened chicken and sirloin steak. They flip an octet of all-star burgers including the texas burger, a half-pound patty smothered in chili, cheddar cheese, and grilled onions. In addition to cooking American mainstays such as ribs, the staff presents karaoke and trivia, which ought not be combined into one event, lest someone sings the names of the president to a Boyz II Men melody.
Miss Kitty's is an Event Center located in the Heart of Iowa. Over 9000 sq. feet of space with everything needed to enjoy your night out on the town or your private wedding Celebration. Full Internet wireless Connection, 2 Power point video screens and projectors. Perfect for a business meeting and social gathers. 737 c
Within the lounge-style bar 515 Ultra Lounge, bartenders sling drinks to a raucous crowd dancing to ambient house-music beats. Each night, live DJs churn out thumping house music amid the club's sleek black walls accented by neon pink, green, and purple lighting effects. Posh couches lure partiers to ease into their sleek leather cushions or to push them together to build a dance-floor fort while sipping on vodka-and-Red Bulls ($6–$8.50) or rum-and-cokes ($4–$5). Visitors can relax at private tables as servers visit them throughout the night with bottle service, armed with 750 milliliters of Captain Morgan, Smirnoff, Absolut, or other comparably priced libations, so patrons need not fight their way through throngs of humans and cyborgs disguised as humans to snag cocktails.
Since opening in 2002, the course at Legacy Golf Club has collected a litany of regional and national awards thanks to an ingenious layout envisioned by Jeffrey D. Brauer, who claims a ranking in Golf Inc.’s 2010 list of the world’s highest-value course architects. Each player that tees up on the first hole peers into the abyss of Mr. Brauer’s delicate design, relying on precise control to avoid the Kentucky bluegrass roughs and water hazards that come into play on 14 holes¬—including all 9 on the back side. Those who succeed enjoy luxuriant lies on the bentgrass fairways, and earn the best chance of shooting the par of 72, not counting the illegal practice of using the club as a baseball bat. En route, they must slay the par 4 2nd hole, a downhill screamer with a dramatic approach over a 5-acre lake, as well as the par 3 14th and 17th holes, where matters are complicated by swirling winds. Before hanging up their golf gloves for the day, players must clear a final high hurdle in the 611-yard par 5 18th hole, where a large amphitheater-style green funnels well-placed approaches and echoes shouts of “Fore!”
Class A PGA Professional Rob Randall heads up Legacy Golf Club’s golf school, having claimed much recognition for his instructional prowess. He brings expertise earned over more than 20 years and some 20,000 golf lessons to his lessons at the practice facility, where bentgrass tees, six target greens, and TaylorMade practice balls lend veracity to practicing swings and juggling-based intimidation tactics.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 7,199 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 74.7 from the back tees * Course slope of 137 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole * Scorecard
Owner Ryan Cooper has successfully maintained his restaurant's classy ambiance and feel through renovations. High-arched windows provide backlight for diners as well as views of the historic Valley Junction location, and an Old World wood bar showcases carved bearded faces so intricate they can fool gullible barbers. The updates harmonize with the chef's modern vision for traditional American dishes, which he calls "classy comfort food." The chef outfits spinach-and-artichoke dip with fresh crabmeat and grills bourbon-glazed burgers. He even smokes gouda and prepares kielbasa for mac ?n' cheese to put an adult twist on a classic part of childhood, like equipping a tree fort with an ATM. The contemporary cuisine also complements more than 50 beer varieties such as Vanilla Porter and Strongbow, more than 16 wines, and full liquor selection.