For more than 23 years, Mrs. Annie has been dishing out homemade sweet treats and natural snacks blended fresh, one pot at a time, every day. Sugar-lusting customers can peruse the plethora of premium brittles and artisan eats, and bury bicuspids into brittle classics such as peanut brittle (16 oz., $7.95) and pecan brittle (16 oz., $8.95), or spiced up jalapeno peanut brittle (16 oz., $8.95). Flavored peanuts—Spanish-roasted, spicy hot, or sugar-coated (7 oz., $2 each)—shake the foundation of legume traditionalists, while Mrs. Annie’s all-natural peanut butter ($3.75 for a pint) makes for the perfect PB&J sandwich or a delicious solution to roof repair.
J. Anthony’s eclectic maritime menu dishes up fresh seafood and ceviche alongside a land-trotting troop of appetizers, burgers, and poultry entrees. Hand-breaded daily by a merry band of loaf-armed chefs, J. Anthony’s fried seafood entrees include an 8-ounce catfish filet and its hulking jumbo shrimp sidekicks ($7.29) as well as a Mexican-inspired medley of fish tacos ($6.49) and seafood enchiladas ($7.99). Fresh campechana invites taste buds to a rollicking deep-sea soiree with a cocktail's worth of delectable fish, shrimp, oysters, crabmeat, and octopus ($5.99 for a medium, $9.99 for a large). Diners can fix fangs into a variety of bun-ensconced beauties bursting with meat, fish, shrimp, and oysters ($3.29–$6.89), or gather ancestors, acquaintances, and peg-legged parrots for one of J. Anthony's colossal family feasts ($12.89–$25.99).
From the Italian Lavazza coffee drinks to the shakshuka stew, Café Aroma stays loyal to its Mediterranean roots. The all-kosher menu features housemade pizzas, sabikh sandwiches stuffed with eggplant and egg, and flaky boureka pastries.
As a young man, Dan Foss experienced first hand the way chiropractic treatments could be an effective alternative to traditional Western medicine. When his mother refused to have her third-grade son medicated with muscle relaxants, she swept him across the street to the local chiropractor. After a few painless adjustments, his injured neck was back to normal, and as Dan says, "from that day forward I wanted to study everything I could about chiropractic."
Today, he is Doctor of Chiropractic Dan Foss, and he has practiced more than 12 chiropractic techniques across three continents, culminating with the opening of Pura Vida Chiropractic in 2010. Combining quick chiropractic adjustments, thorough consultations, and wellness advice, Dr. Foss hopes to improve the overall lifestyles of each client, especially the ones who limbo professionally or maybe just those that need to get past the kitchen table whenever it's in the way.
A full-service healthcare and wellness practice formerly known as InterFit, RediClinic pairs licensed nurse practitioners and physician assistants with patients seeking services ranging from physicals and vaccinations to cosmetic consultations and diabetes testing. Typically found inside retail stores, RediClinics don't require any appointments, making walk-in service as seamless as the plot of most Newhart fan fiction. In addition to preventive services, RediClinic has also expanded its services into the realms of proactive health, promoting wellness with weight-loss counseling and programs to help patients stop smoking.
Teardrop light fixtures drip down from the ceiling to illuminate the tiled walls and colorful chairs inside So Sweet Frozen Yogurt. Patrons carefully pull the handles on 16 frozen yogurt dispensers and one out-of-place slot machine to mix their favorite tastes from a rotating lineup of flavors that includes pistachio, cheesecake, and lychee. At the toppings bar, guests add spoonfuls of coconut, cherries, chocolate chunks, and other sweets to further customize their creation. For more liquid palates, So Sweet Frozen Yogurt also blends smoothies and boba teas in 30 flavors, including peanut butter and green apple, studded with submerged tapioca pearls.