At MMA & Sport, anyone can turn their bodies into lean, muscular fighting machines under a team of qualified and experienced instructors. Founder Kyle Sefcik is a professional mixed-martial artist as well as a fitness guru and mogul, while Brazilian jiu-jitsu 8th-degree black belt Pedro Sauer honed his craft in his native Brazil under the Gracie family—the originators of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and inventors of the delicious knuckle sandwich. Pupils practice hard-hitting self-defense techniques during Krav Maga classes, or build core muscles with Muay Thai kickboxing courses. In addition to learning martial art skills, members can build better bodies with sessions of yoga, fitness bootcamp, and sports conditioning.
Imagination abounds inside Firehouse Pottery & Arts, where artists of all ages compose masterpieces during classes, camps, and other group events. What began as a paint-your-own-pottery space in 2005, the Mt. Airy studio has since expanded into other artistic areas, such as clay building and glass fusing. Instead of tattooing van Gogh's "The Starry Night" to their forearm, adults can even attain an extra dose of inspiration while drinking their favorite wines during "Sip and Paint" BYOB gatherings. In addition to the classes themselves, Firehouse also plays host to themed events, including ladies nights and movie nights for kids.
As chimney and masonry experts, MCP Chimney Services accomplishes everything from installing and building chimneys to repairing and cleaning them. They also install and build wood stoves and fireplaces, and can outfit homes with new, solar attic exhaust fans and tubular skylights. Designing and crafting patios, walkways, and stairs are all within their realm of craftsmanship mastery, as well.
Vino 100 offers visitors a chance to peruse a head-spinning array of wine and complementing grub that will soothe even the most pork-rind-singed palate. Visitors dining in at Vino 100 will be able to bait a warming buzz by purchasing one of more than 100 wines priced at $25 or less (there is a $7 corkage fee). A boutique-style shopping experience is paired with a casual dining area, allowing patrons to shop and eat just like at the mattress store. Wines by the glass ($5–$9) change on a daily basis, while a wide range of delectable bites are available for noshing. Try a mixed cheese platter ($5), hummus platter ($6), or spinach dip ($6), or chow down on a hot panini (starting at $7.95, available starting June 15). Additionally, several premium beer varieties are available to soothe hoppy cravings and cannonball wounds.