The bakers at Bread Head Bakery & Coffee Shop have an obsession with freshness, imbuing their baked-daily breads with ingredients such as whole-wheat flour, oats, eggs, raw sugar, and cocoa powder. Using slices from these fluffy loaves, they craft delicious dishes all day, such as the Meat Head sammie—a blend of pepperoni, cheddar, honey ham, and house-made stone-ground garlic mustard served with a fresh-baked muffin. They also specialize in breakfast fare (which they cheekily name “wake-and-bakes”) such as breakfast quesadillas, as well as premium coffee, which they grind fresh before brewing each batch.
The foodsmiths as Taggarts Ice Cream Parlor construct a menu loaded with made-from-scratch cuisine and creamy frozen desserts served in an old-fashioned ambience. Silence hunger pangs with an ample array of diner-style sandwiches, such as reubens ($6.65), patty melts ($5), and half-pound angus burgers ($6.85). For dessert, indulge in more than a dozen ice-cream flavors, which can be scooped solo ($1.65–$3.45), mixed into sundaes ($2.65–$4.40), or blended into velvety milkshakes ($3.65–$4.40). The parlor's Bittner blends three-quarter-pounds of vanilla ice cream, homemade chocolate sauce, and roasted pecans into a classic creation ($3.95) popular since the 1930s, when the New Deal established dessert as a meal.
Demetri’s Deli serves up mouthwatering sandwiches and Greek-inspired lunch and dinner eats in a casual, welcoming atmosphere. Loaded potato skins fill spud canoes with cheddar, bacon bits, chives, and chopped-pepperoni cargo ($4.99), and the Reuben, Demetri’s specialty, tops USDA Choice corned-beef brisket with thousand-island dressing, sauerkraut, and swiss cheese ($7.99). Brazen taste explorers can vanquish scrumptious new ground with the Demetri burger, a 10-ounce fresh patty topped with salami, capicola, swiss and provolone cheeses, and tzatziki sauce ($8.25). Vegetable and Platonic enthusiasts alike may find fine rumination with a large greek salad served with a side of homemade dressing, grilled pita, and tzatziki sauce ($5.99) or the sedimentary layers of seasoned ground beef, macaroni, and béchamel sauce in the Pastitsio ($9). Diners can enjoy meals while watching TV or conducting Rorschach tests using the eatery's patterned walls and tiled bar.
Family Massage Therapy helps clients unwind with the stress-vanquishing strokes of Swedish, therapeutic, and relaxation massages. Treatments take place in Family Massage’s private room, which has blue and green hues that evoke an astronaut’s view of the planet Earth hiding in a blueberry patch. Alternatively, the Family Massage team travels to homes and offices, offering 10- to 15-minute chair massages for staff-appreciation days and other events.
Founded in 1907 as an exclusive haunt for elegant businessmen, The Canton Club showers guests in grandeur with its elegant dining, décor, and theater productions. Delight a date with Scarlet Fever—A Romantic Comedy, a Top of the Town Production that turns a bitter breakup and vengeful plan into a rousing rendezvous, filled with music, a mischievous cupid, and mistaken identity. Each ticket includes an all-you-can-eat meal with soda, coffee, and tea; late-night laughs can also be supplemented with the on-site cash bar. Enjoy a romantic evening with a significant other or clingy patent lawyer bathed in the majestic Canton Club atmosphere, fully garnished with working fireplaces and Tennessee marble. The curtains part for Scarlet Fever at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 5 p.m.
The New Peter Shears showcases lunch and dinner menus of creative, contemporary cuisine dreamt up by executive chef and gastronomic guru Nathan Mushrush. Awaken a slumbering appetite with an order of goat cheese fritters with red pepper coulis ($10) or barbecue-dusted calamari with cilantro aioli ($10). Fresh seafood dishes simultaneously set senses afloat and anchor the attention of distracted diners. Peter Shears's #1 ahi tuna ($25) displays sweet-and-savory sophistication, dry-rubbed with Madagascar vanilla bean and glazed with black sesame napa slaw. Even heartier entrees maintain their elegance, as proven by protein-packed plates such as rosemary-and-garlic-soaked spring lamb with mint apple jelly ($32) and Japanese bison ($30), a hoisin-grilled sirloin served with sesame-roasted shitakes and a nest of sweet potato. Plentiful pasta is also available, such as fettuccini alfredo ($16) or basil pesto penne ($16).
The instructors at Andrew Fulmer Dance Studios span several decades with their dance teaching, which encompasses styles from classic ballroom to hip-hop. They are also masters of exposure, drawing spectators to the art of dance through classes, performances at special events, and parties where returning practitioners twirl beside first-time guests. Fitness courses such as Latin cardio burn calories via boogying, and competitive dance training preps students to sidestep oil slicks left by saboteurs.