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Using the family recipes passed down through generations, the chefs at Latino's Mexican Restaurant & Bar's chefs follow whip up a full menu of authentic Mexican cuisine. Chilies and spices saturate meals with true Mexican zest, and locally acquired meats and vegetables imbue dishes with fresh flavors. Dinner entrees include roasted poblano peppers, pork loin, and enchiladas in green and red salsa or mole sauce. A grilled beefsteak, known as the carne asada, simmers in a homemade sauce alongside grilled onions, slices of poblano peppers, and a tamale.
For nearly half a century, the Remnant Store has been an eclectic material mart specializing in all types of fabric, trim, foam, and supplies that range from monochromatic to rare vintage patterns. Mount one of Remnant's complimentary magic carpets to browse more than 80,000 square yards of fabric and trim designed for sartorial spaces and do-it-yourselfer domiciles.
Voted Best Dry Cleaners by GoErie.com six years in a row, Thrifty Dry Cleaners gently exorcises dirt demons with a waterless, odorless, DF2000 solvent. Treat tarnished threads to same-day drop-off and pick-up service (available Monday through Friday), whether you're exiling Easter-egg stains from a spring skirt ($5.40), blasting pumpkin-pie blemishes from a fall blazer ($6.60), or removing reindeer saliva from your best winter coat ($13+). Thrifty Dry Cleaners also replaces any lost or broken buttons at no additional charge, and boasts a convenient drive-thru window at its Pine Avenue location.
Cheer on the first-place Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, the New York Yankees' Triple-A affiliate and mahjong partners, as they seek to trounce their in-state rivals, the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs. The Yankees get their run support from catcher Jesus Montero, currently batting .327, and incisive pitching from right-hander David Phelps—whose fastball has been known to punch small holes into the space-time continuum—helping him maintain a miniscule 3.19 ERA through 42 innings pitched. Ballgame attendees wash down their hot dog with a 22-ounce Pepsi product (a $6 value) while sporting a new, limited-edition SWBY Yankees T-shirt (an $11 value) and cap (an $18 value) with which to catch foul balls or small meteors from 300-level seats (a $10 value). Stick around after the last out has been recorded for a dazzling postgame display of fireworks.
George's has served hearty American fare along Lake Erie's shore since 1926. Earn your place in history by squaring off against an 8 oz. sirloin burger such as the Contractor's, an open-faced slab served on toasted garlic bread, smothered in french fries, chili, cheddar cheese, and Verdi sauce with sour cream on the side ($8.95). The scrumptious sandwich selection is built from traditional snacks including the pastrami melt ($5.95) as well as custom stacks of meat and bread including George's Favorite, a grilled Cajun chicken breast on a ciabatta roll, and adorned with bacon, swiss cheese, ranch dressing, lettuce, tomato, and onion ($6.95). Real-deal mashed potatoes pair lucky spuds with colorful flavors ranging from garlic parmesan to onion and bell pepper ($3.50). Slurp up the homemade soup du jour by the bowl ($3.95) or to-go quart ($8.95), and polish off your meal with a decadent dessert such as homemade peach cobbler ($3.95) or a chill 'ya sundae ($2.95). Come back for breakfast and stuff your belly with stuffed french toast, slices of bread crammed with a choice of bacon, ham, or sausage, and american or provolone cheese ($6.95). George's Restaurant showcases a different special most days of the week and a kids' menu for ravenous rugrats.