Tackle the mountain of airy, creamy frosting piled high atop the moist cupcakes at Lovely Confections Bakery. With today's Groupon, you get six scrumptious cupcakes for just $9 ($18 value). That's just $1.50 per cupcake, the perfect price for a birthday treat or a Monday sweet.
Like procuring a pet elephant, Cava's bowls are priced according to weight ($0.70 per ounce, $24,692 per metric ton), with a sizable hunk of greens, four to five fillers, cheese, and a vinaigrette averaging around $5. The process begins by selecting greens, which include arugula, Boston bibb, and spring mix, among others. Next, peruse and infuse an assortment of unprocessed fillers, including pumpkin seeds, quinoa, grape tomatoes, dried cranberries, and sweet potatoes. Top off the dish with one of Cava's vinaigrettes made from 100% extra virgin olive oil, aged vinegars, and concentrated dreams. Upgrade a bed of greens and things to the next level with the addition of seared salmon ($4.50), seared tofu with basil parmesan vinaigrette ($3.75), or sage-rubbed steak ($4.25). Aside from custom field blends, Cava also serves handmade soups and a variety of sparkling beverages, sport teas, and water.
LoDo (Lower Downtown Historic District) is a trendy part of the Mile High city that’s located where the town was founded in 1858. The revitalized neighborhood is now home to the historic Union Station, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the fashion-forward Larimer Square. For more window-shopping, the 16th Street Mall pedestrian area stretches from LoDo to the area surrounding the Crowne Plaza hotel. Visitors can peruse the tree-lined boulevard and patronize the outdoor cafés, boutiques, and retail stores. Located about 3 miles east of the hotel, Denver's City Park houses the Denver Zoo as well as the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Current exhibits include a wing with more than 60 live lizards and snakes from five continents. A walk through the museum’s long-standing wildlife hall reveals more than 90 diorama-esque scenes of taxidermy animals from around the world, including the walruses of Antarctica and the cheetahs guarding Sean Connery’s castle.
Sometimes you're too busy to make an entire meal from scratch. Enter Supper Solutions, a meal-assembly kitchen who helps prepare homemade meals that busy customers can cook up in their own kitchens. First, customers select a minimum of eight meals from the menu, which changes monthly and includes a variety of meal options. They then arrange to either pick up the fully prepared meals, or head to the location to assemble the meals themselves. The process helps customers cut back on grocery trips and planning, freeing up time to create elaborate food sculptures from any left-overs.
Though Breeze Concierge's goal is singular?to make life easier for its clients?it manifests in multiple ways. The staff touches on the personal, professional, and recreational facets of life, thereby making all of them more manageable and freeing up time for the more important things, like spending time with the kids or composing calligraphic lists of what the more important things in life are.
There's the concierge service, which connects clients with personal assistants that attend to a variety of tasks; these can include paying bills, running errands, coordinating schedules, and cooking meals. They even plan a child's birthday party or organize a vacation itinerary that accounts for both the logistical?think plane and hotel arrangements?and the enjoyable, such as sightseeing. Housecleaning is another way the business make life easier for their clients. Licensed and insured cleaners tackle tasks in the home with environmentally friendly cleaning solutions. They scrub bathtubs and sinks, dust and vacuum, make beds, change linens, and do laundry. They also offer cleaning for offices, real estate companies, and other commercial accounts.