Cathy Wood's custom-designed photo booth merges goofy modeling opportunities with top-notch photography equipment. A Canon DSLR camera with an optical lens clearly captures smiles and partygoers’ attempts to lip-synch the alphabet, and an internal touchscreen allows guests to immediately upload their photos to Facebook. A green-screen background makes it possible for any image to be swapped in as a new background, and for further customization, Phancy Photo Booth's technicians can embellish photo strips with one-of-a-kind graphics.
As barbecue season ignites the lawns of America, even un-aproned cooks can grill more than their suspicious enemies with hearty options from Super Suppers such as blue-cheese bacon burgers or grilled Indian chicken. Super Suppers pairs a no-nonsense, rotating menu with no-nonsense pricing. Regular-sized entrees ($14) are intended for 3–4 diners, and full-size entrees ($28) feed six or more. Start a new tradition in the kitchen with mom's marvelous meatloaf, composed of lean ground beef with savory bell peppers, onions, breadcrumbs, and a boldly spiced tomato sauce. Though known for its featured entrees, Super Suppers also carries sides, appetizers, and desserts that can fill out an otherwise-exposed dinner table.
When Abner White opened Abner's Famous Chicken Tenders of Cordova, he had one goal in mind: "we take one thing and try to do it very well." More than twenty years later, his chicken tenders are still igniting cravings, made using the same recipe that he started out with. In addition to serving up individual plates at the store, Abner's takes on all sizes of orders to cater events ranging from graduations and birthdays to get-togethers to watch sports. The tenders are marinated and battered in Abner's homemade batter and served with dipping sauces made from scratch. Try them fried or grilled, served in a salad or wrap, or on their own with garlic bread and slaw.
Like the jazz for which NOLA is famous, Mister B's cuisine provides a laid-back framework of savory spices and masterful preparation that let robust soloists such as fresh seafood and hand-cut steaks shine. Mister B's expansive menu features everything from crawfish étouffée ($5.95/cup) to savory home-style sides like turnip greens and black-eyed peas. Fans of fried fare will appreciate battered versions of pickles ($6.95), mushrooms ($6.95), green tomatoes ($6.95), crab claws ($8.95), and crawfish tails ($8.95). Fork lunch bites of Cajun pasta ($11.95), meat loaf with two veggie sides ($10.95), or grilled chicken bedded atop wild rice with veggies ($10.95) for a less crispy bite. Gnaw on one of Mister B's famous steaks, all priced according to weight and type, or epicuriously sample frog legs ($19.95 with two sides) and crawfish salad ($14.95). For dessert, settle down with a silken slice of key lime pie ($5.25) or New York–style cheesecake ($6.25). View the complete menu on the restaurant's Facebook page here.