Gulf South Physicians Group's medical staff performs primary-care and wellness services to help patrons to reach their health-related goals, whether cosmetic or medical. In addition to performing medical procedures such as hormone-replacement therapy to help to relieve anxiety and depression and treating health conditions, the staff also executes cosmetic procedures such as Botox injections and alphabetizing the blood cells.
Bozo's Restaurant's familial owners fill a traditional New Orleans–style menu with mouthwatering seafood dishes made using recipes passed from generation to generation for more than 80 years. Immaterial taste buds care nothing for pearls as they descend upon six cornmeal-battered oysters ($13.75). The stuffed crab brims with flavors and spices ($10.95), and Des Allemands's catfish arrives at tabletops individually pan-fried for each diner ($12.95). Broiled shrimp smuggle a house-made crab dressing past toothsome borders ($20.25), and the seafood platter assembles an entire cast of oysters, shrimp, catfish, and crabs to fill stomach vacancies and appease literal fat cats ($27.95). All entrees are accompanied by a choice of side dish to achieve full-fledged appetite cessation.
Saltwater Grill's menu draws on locally sourced seafood to create fresh dishes with Louisiana flair. Try out an appetizer of Louisiana catfish strips with green-onion tartar sauce ($7) or crab cakes with corn maque choux ($12). For the main course, lead hunger to wrack and ruin along the mighty reefs of the riverbend chicken, accompanied by crawfish tail and portobello sauté ($14).
Culinary craftsmen at Zara's Little Giant Supermarket stuff an array of po boys and trim catering platters for upcoming football games or Thanksgiving meals. Freshly made po boys transform 11-inch french bread into golden-crusted sleeping bags for nesting slices of roast beef ($5.99), chicken salad ($5.99), or crawfish ($7.99). For smaller servings, diners can opt for bun-size sandwiches filled with sausage ($2.99) or shrimp ($5.99) and garnished with cheese ($0.50) as gooey as taffy hand-stretched by the Blob. Today's deal can also be used toward catering services that range from a whole baked Thanksgiving turkey ($32.99) to a trio of ham, roast beef, and turkey party sandwiches for 25 people ($21.95). Football party trays, such as the Score! Dinner for 4 To-Go ($50), pair perfectly with pigskin and fill Sundays with enough crawfish monica, house made italian salad, and fresh-baked cookies to feed a family or a quartet of feral bachelors.
Visitors to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory can peek across the counter at the shop's resident confectioners, who massage creamy loaves of chocolate into elegant slabs of fudge ($13.25/lb.) daily. For additional culinary theatrics, expert orchard orderlies kettle-dip granny smiths into caramel-coated creations. Caramel apples range from the classically simple ($5.25+) to the rocky road caramel apple, which gets rolled in walnuts and marshmallows before being drizzled in milk and white chocolate with liberal discretion ($9.25). With traditional techniques and old-fashioned flavors, the team at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory provides a wide range of treats for teeth both sweet and savory. To enhance each customer's visit, staffers also hand out samples of fudge and occasionally pull golden tickets out of patrons' ears.