Morsels of beef, chicken, and pork absorb rich, smoky flavors over the wood coals of Braza's custom-made churrasqueria grill. Servers slice the traditional Brazilian feasts off skewers right at the table, which is one of the rich traditions of gaucho culture, like tying pork sausage into lasso knots. An all-you-can-eat buffet with sides such as yucca, hearts of palm, and lemon sauce cut meaty flavors with zesty and crispy tastes. As guests savor chicken wings, pork tenderloins, and jerk beef, a lively nightclub atmosphere puts feet on the dance floor with traditional Brazilian music and karaoke.
At Lord's Detailing and Car Wash, technicians spurn mechanized car washes and opt to make over autos, boats, and even planes with their own two hands. With compulsive attention to detail and topnotch products, they swiftly hand scrub vehicles from roofs to tires and coat paint with wax to replenish moisture and shine. Inside cabs and trunks, they vanquish clutter before sudsing up carpets and reconditioning delicate leather, vinyl, or papier-mâché seats.
The expert instructors at Champion's Dance Studio spread their love of dance during lessons for all ages. The studio specializes in ballroom and Latin dancing for children and adults, but also offers classes in the Tango, Waltz, and Foxtrot.
Specialties The Square Deli in Everett is the cities best kept secret. Under new ownership since January 1st, 2010, The Square Deli offers a unique deli experience. Choose from classic submarine, delicatessen style, or specialty sandwiches and wraps.
Bread & Company crafts scores of Brazilian- and European-influenced edibles alongside coffees and teas from around the globe, showcasing more than 300 unique pastries, sandwiches, and soups daily. Guests drop in as early as 6 a.m. seven days a week to study the sweet geometry of a belgian waffle ($5.50) and the tasteful synergy of the ham-and-cheese omelette ($6.25). Meanwhile, fried appetizers such as the fried pastel ($2.95, filled with beef or cheese) flaunt Southern-Hemisphere street flair. Or dig into the culinary history of Italy without broasting a bust of Nero by gobbling dinner plates of chicken-broccoli ziti ($8.95). Meals can be sweetly capped off with tropically kissed coconut-cake slices ($4.25) or crispy, fried churros ($2.95).
TPS was voted "One of America's 20 Best Gyms" twice by Men's Health magazine. Ladies, don't worry, our client base is over 50% female. We offer a wide variety of FREE Group X classes with your membership including Yoga, Pilates, Kettlebell classes, Boxing, Muay Thai and much more. Come in and try us out.