In 2008, Guy Fieri proclaimed that the German-born owners of Crazee Burger would ?make a burger out of just about anything? on the Food Network?s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Four years have passed, but Guy?s claim still holds true at Crazee Burger, which marries American?s favorite staple food to the atmosphere of a European bistro. The eccentric menu does include some familiar patties, crafted from premium Angus beef or veggies, but also forays into the unusual with burgers made of wild boar, camel, and even ostrich and kangaroo. Imported beers and wine from Spain and Italy, as well as brews from the United States, wash down burgers or bratwursts and make it easier to forget about your childhood pet, a wild boar.
When you want surly service, kitschy decor, and a mandatory bib, you normally go to your mother's house for dinner. Today's Groupon brings you servers you can sass back at sans guilt. For $10, you get $25 worth of grub and guzzle at Dick's Last Resort. The energetic eatery, popular with bachelorette parties, soccer hooligans, and dehydrated astronauts, has been a Dallas legend for the past 25 years.
For a breakfast burrito and a decked-out bloody mary or a late-night burger and a beer, Nunu's Cocktail Lounge has been welcoming patrons into it's low-lit lounge atmosphere for more than half a century. The joint is full of overstuffed, round leather booths, accented by rich, vintage wallpaper, taking guests back to a time when art deco was swell and all the cookies were ducky shincrackers. But their 12 flat-screen TVs remind folks that they haven't actually traveled time.
To fuel the revelry, the bartenders pour wine and beer and mix cocktails made with one of more than 20 vodkas. And hearty philly cheesesteaks, Angus burgers marinated in whiskey, and chicken parmesan sandwiches fill up bellies.
At SD Trainer, seasoned instructors replace drill-sergeant screams with encouraging mantras in their one-hour indoor sessions that welcome clients of all fitness levels. During sessions, trainers round out weightlifting sessions, resistance drills, and core workouts with cardio routines such as light running and obstacle courses. They switch up session routines regularly to ensure courses are never the same from day to day, leading wild-card days that incorporate hiking, crawling, and high-stakes Uno games played with 50-pound cards. In addition to bolstering workouts with nutrition guidance, trainers work to cultivate an atmosphere of positive camaraderie designed to push campers further toward their weight-loss goals.