Bari Olive Oil has been milling and vending extra virgin olive oil and other gourmet gifts for more than 50 years. Shoppers can soak lucky tonsils in the olive oil used to prepare meals at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards. Infused olive oils, available in flavors such as lemon or garlic (both $17.99 for 500 ml), add unexpected flair to effete dishes, and the Bari gourmet certified-organic extra virgin olive oil ($19.49 for 500 ml) properly lubricates customers from head to toe in preparation of a rousing rugby game.
FootMotion swaddles the ambulatory extremities of men, women, and children in fashionable footwear—spoiling soles with Skechers, Reebok, and Adidas brands while deftly defending its title as one of Central Valley’s largest independent Nike dealers. Exercise one's hard-won right to tread off the beaten path (pending Congressional approval) in Nike Free Walkers ($89.99+), or practice slow dancing in zero gravity with a pair of Nike LunarGlide+ 2s ($99.99+) so that you're ready for this year's Space Prom. Otherwise, pounce on a pair of Pumas ($39.99+) or store one's heels inside a cushy container from Bebe Sport, Converse, or Ed Hardy.
A Double Gold Medal award winner for its 2007 Lucas Vineyard Zinfandel at the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition, Ramos Torres Winery produces several Central Valley–grown wines under the direction of Oscar Ramos, who holds a degree in enology and a minor in enosophy (the study of wine's thoughts). An in-store wine tasting will let you and a beverage buddy tiptoe your taste buds through a selection of Ramos's varietals and fermented concoctions, which include the 2007 Vino Tinto, a careful blend of zinfandel, cabernet sauvignon, and petit sirah. The 2007 Branches brims with intense fruit flavors, delighting palates with its blackberry notes and toasty finish, while the 2009 Conversations blends apricot aromas, muscat blanc, and the citrus sensations of orange muscat—tailor-made for sipping atop a bucking bronco. To keep vino-tasters from floating away and damaging the store's new ceiling fans, Ramos Torres Winery will weigh down wine-soaked bellies with a hearty spread of appetizers, including an assortment of artisan cheese and meats, seasonal fruits and vegetables, prosciutto-wrapped melon, and crostini.
Port of Subs' slice-savvy deli artisans shave meats and cheeses to assemble each sub on the menu, assembling eats before the customers' eyes. White, wheat, and sourdough rolls sliced into 5-, 8-, 12-, and 24-inch portions encapsulate cold sandwiches such as the No. 9—peppered pastrami layered with swiss and topped with lettuce, tomatoes, and purple onions before being seasoned with oil, vinegar, and spices ($3.79–$13.79). Salads delight taste buds year-round, and seasonal hot-pressed pilgrim grillers in 5-, 8-, or 12-inch incarnations hoard a cornucopia's worth of sliced turkey breast, moist stuffing, and cranberry sauce between a ruffled collar of ciabatta bread ($4.99–$7.99). A tortilla's embrace enfolds turkey and bacon-ranch wraps ($5.99), and all grillers and cold subs can also be turned into wraps. This deal can also be used toward catering, enabling hosts of game-day soirees or 10-year reunions for imaginary high-school friends to set forth stress-free cheese platters and party subs.
The culinary clan behind Pita Kabob fuses fresh ingredients into healthy Mediterranean platters. A conga line of diverse flavors parades throughout the menu. Commence the palate party with the hummus, which can be ordered with fries ($6.29) or a pillowy pita ($5.59). The chicken shawarma combination plate ($10.59) allows armchair casting agents to spotlight poultry with a talented squad of two sidekicks, including the hilarious Greek salad and the charmingly self-deprecating rice pilaf. Use the power of pita to create tasty sandwich encasements around falafel ($5.19) or gyro and tzatziki ($5.99). You're also welcome to open your delta to a sea of draft beers ($3.99 short, $4.99 tall) and bottled beers ($2.50).