Moo Moo's Burger Barn sates sandwich hounds with a menu of diner classics and more than 15 specialty burgers that earned the title of San Joaquin Magazine's best burgers in 2010. The full-service counter fuels meat-powered engines with a BMS Moo smothered in bacon, mushrooms, and swiss cheese ($5.95) and spark culinary combustion with an Ole'Moo covered with pepper-jack cheese, green chili, and homemade Moo sauce ($5.95). No Moo burgers ($5.75) find space in vegetarian diets by delivering hearty garden patties topped with avocado and dijon mustard on a wheat bun. Bulk up meals with a basket of sweet-potato fries ($5.45) and old-fashioned milkshake ($4.75) or mix up bovine eating patterns with a salad and specialty sandwich.
Named 2010's best hair salon in San Joaquin County by the Record, Salon Genesi employs stylists who create indefectible 'dos for every head, drawing from more than 24 years of collective cutting experience. Both men and women can enjoy a haircut and style with today's deal. Cut coifs can opt to change hair hue with a professional color treatment to better match monochromatic wardrobes or shake pursuing private eyes.
The December 7 performance pays wordless tribute to veterans while ringing in the holidays, with performances by the Delta College Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble and the Stockton Concert Band and Wind Ensemble. Treat your ear canals to an onslaught of melodically spoken syllables at the December 8 choral event, which features the Delta singers, the Delta Vocal Jazz and the Concert Choir, and as special guests, the SJDC Guitar Ensemble. The choir concert will present Christmas carols and songs from around the world, such as the recently uncovered remix of "Sleigh Ride" discovered in an Egyptian pharaoh's tomb.in the general admission auditorium.
Alder Market Catering Company, family-owned for more than 30 years, caters events and sends its signature quiches into the warm embraces of waiting fork tines. Each six- to eight-slice quiche explores new frontiers in the crust-and-egg universe in combinations such as chicken chili; ham artichoke; classic Lorraine; ham, cranberry, and walnut; the signature alder with bacon, spinach, and mushrooms; and more ($30 each). The quiche mongers at Alder Market Catering Company require 48 hours' notice for orders, and 30 seconds' notice to drop ingredients directly into your mouth.
Run by coffee gurus that are continually searching for the world's most delicious beans, Freedom Coffee Company freshly brews several piquant blends of coffee and espresso. Freedom Coffee Company can prepare its coffee cone-style or French-pressed, pouring cups of joe made with beans from El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ethiopia, and Eukelade,, the 51st moon of Jupiter. Hungry diners can pair their piping hot espresso with a nourishing snack from Freedom Coffee's food menu, like blueberry muffins, oatmeal cookies, or a turkey and cheese crossiant. Inside Freedom Coffee's clean shop, you'll find a cheery staff and free Wi-Fi, making it the ideal spot to cuddle with your laptop and whispers poems to a savory white mocha.
Adorned with a posh lounge and recently renovated dining room, Stockton Joe's doles out hearty platefuls of Italian-fused cuisine and classic acts of American gastronomy. The lunch menu abounds with delectable midday eats, including lightly breaded orders of chicken parmigiana ($13), high-decibel slurps of minestrone soup ($4), and carnivorous bites of Joe's meatball sandwich ($10). Dinner diners can don their most flattering scuba suit for forkfuls of the seafood fettuccini, which wrestles scallops, prawns, and bay shrimp into submission ($18); meat-seekers can lock lovelorn incisors with the scaloppini dore, a sautéed veal steak basking in a light lemon wine sauce ($18.50). Conjoined by a kids' menu, cocktail bar, and extensive wine list, Stockton Joe's creates an edible experience fit for a romantic date, a family outing, or a intimate hearing with a pasta-twirling tax lawyer.