All of Badgerland Bowling Centers' six locations have a lot in common. At each location, groups hurtle colorful balls down slick, glossy lanes, refueling at an onsite restaurant between matches. All of the alleys host birthday, work, and fundraising parties and tournaments such as the Badgerland Bowling 300 Club?which has doled out more than $35,000 in cash prizes since 2002?and the Badgerland Open, which welcomed 113 competitors in 2014, one of whom snagged a grand prize of $500 and 1,000 bragging rights.
But like sextuplets working undercover for the CIA, each center also maintains a unique identity. At Badger Bowl in Madison, live musicfloods the lanes on weekends, and dancers jump and jive on West Coast Swing nights on Wednesday. Nearby at Dream Lanes, laser and disco lights slice through fog amid thundering music during Ultra Bowling every Friday and Saturday evening.
Anytime Fitness, which boasts more than 2,100 clubs in North America, makes it easier for average folks to etch out time for exercise by doing one simple thing: staying open 24 hours a day for 365 days a year. As fitness seekers challenge themselves on cardio and Hammer Strength machines and hoist Iron Grip free weights in clean, well-stocked facilities, security monitoring ensures they?re safe and producing enough sweat to meet official government standards. Members can also ramp up their exercise regimens with the help of Anytime Fitness?s staff of personal trainers, who demonstrate moves and sling motivating tips. After workouts, guests can shower in the private restrooms or hop into one of the tanning booths available 24 hours a day.
Atomic Koi Cocktail Lounge's extensive drink menu includes a wide range of mixed drinks, each hand-crafted with precision by Atomic Koi's beverage-blessing bartenders. Fans of fruit can indulge in mango or pomegranate mojitos, swiftly concocted with fresh mint, lime, sugar, and rum ($5 each), and sweet teeth and their tongued companions can swirl through a chocolate martini ($6). For niche desires, the tenders turn out other inventive selections, such as the Dreamsicle ice-cream drink dancing in Three Olives Rangtang, Dr. Vanillacuddy's, amaretto, and orange juice ($7), or the Zen elixir, a champagne beverage bubbling with green-tea-liqueur brilliance ($5). In terms of straightforward yet satiating sippables, the bar provides a favorable selection of spirits, and the seasonal beers are said to change as often as the tangential conversations held around them.
Your next meal awaits at Sportsman's Bar and Grill in New Glarus.
Sportsman's Bar and Grill is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu.
Drinks all around! Pair your dinner with a beverage from Sportsman's Bar and Grill's full bar.
Make those early evening hours happy ones and swing by for some discounted food and drink deals after work.
Weekend visitors to the restaurant are well advised to take advantage of the reservation system — crowds tend to pack the place on Fridays and Saturdays.
Folks tend to dress down at Sportsman's Bar and Grill, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from Sportsman's Bar and Grill.
Dining at Sportsman's Bar and Grill will set you back about $30 per person on average.
The Tutoring Center’s instructors follow a proven curriculum method that goes beyond merely helping students with their homework. The Rotational Approach to Learning, developed by Tutoring Center founder Edward S. Thalheimer, PhD, is designed to help students in grades K–12 overcome scholastic issues through one-to-one instruction sessions followed by short independent study sessions where they can apply what they just learned. Not only does this system boost grades in school but it also bolsters students’ self-confidence and ability to work effectively alone or if the rest of the quiz-bowl team got suspended. The Tutoring Center's individualized programs use this teaching system and focus on specific subjects, such as reading, math, writing, and pre-SAT prep or study skills.
Along with his dogs Hazel and Gus, Wisconsin Adventures LLC's owner Rodrigo Camacho leads hunting groups in search of quail, pheasants, grouse, and other upland birds. Their quests take them across south-central Wisconsin's scenic countryside, which is a mixture of sprawling cropland, open fields, and densely wooded terrain. Because most hunts take place on privately owned farms, they don't require licenses or permits, which allows Mr. Camacho to accommodate everyone from first-timers to reincarnations of Davy Crockett. Mr. Camacho can also set up clay-shooting targets and train dogs in the arts of pointing and flushing.