At Dance Alley Studio, certified Zumba instructors Letty Gomez, Vilma "Chayo" Barreda, and Adriana Flores help people dance their way to a fitter body during fun and convenient morning and evening classes. Inside the wood-floored space, the vibrant lime-green and orange walls complement the high-energy, Latin-inspired beats that emanate from chest-high speakers.
The crew also hosts a Zumba Under the Stars event where kids and adults can try out the upbeat workout, sample refreshments from local vendors, and get their faces painted.
During the spring and summer, laughter fills the air at Adventure Zone, where rollicking rides and challenging outdoor games keep spirits high. Visitors bond over friendly races at the go-kart track, compete for the ownership of plush toys at the center’s arcade, or hone their sporting skills on the miniature-golf course or within the batting cages. The park’s concession stand stocks a range of salty and sweet snacks, such as scratch-made McCrory tacos and hand-tossed pizzas.
Whether you need a place to stow your college gear during summer break, a safe spot for a vintage vehicle, or somewhere to keep your expansive Hummel collection, SmartStop Self Storage has the solution. For items in need of extra-special care, the company keeps climate-controlled storage units, and all units are protected with keypad entry and video surveillance.
All Tech Auto Center has been keeping El Paso's automobiles running smoothly for more than 30 years. With their extensive experience, the staffers fix higher-end vehicles including sports cars and the new luxury cars that are fueled by champagne. Of course, the technicians gladly welcome all types of rides into their repair and maintenance shop for services such as oil changes and engine work.
The menu at Amore Ristorante Pizzeria raises the quintessential dilemma of Italian cuisine: pizza or pasta? Those opting for pies can slice up crusts laden with gourmet toppings such as prosciutto and brie or pesto and feta. Alternatively, plates of pasta entice diners to spear forkfuls of tortellini and ham or fettuccine alfredo bulked up with chicken or salmon. After dinner, tiramisu and spumoni sweeten meals better than a lazy susan carved out of chocolate.
Under the guidance of general manager David Romo and jiu-jitsu black belt Jeff Vigil, Gracie Barra El Paso’s aspirant jiu-jitsu martial artists learn more than 100 technique combinations, strengthening mind and body and developing self-defense skills. The facilities boast more than 1,500 square feet of mats and conditioning equipment to assist martial artists of all experience levels.