The friendly-family owners behind The Olive Tree whip up a diverse menu of fresh, authentic Mediterranean dishes. The tangy signature hummus ($4.50) tickles tongues either slathered alone atop a fresh, warm pita or surrounded by fava beans, garlic, lemon, and cilantro in the nutritious hummus ful ($7.50). The machmusa ($4.95), or sautéed eggplant, bursts with flavor and concealed fireworks, which plant-partial palates can pleasantly pair with the piquant tabouli salad ($4.50 small, $6.50 large). The spicy gyro’s ($10.95) thin lamb slices sizzle with a zesty house-made hot sauce, and the chicken shawarma ($9.95) struts around in a sultry blend of Middle Eastern spices, green peppers, and rhinestone bellbottoms. For a dish even more authentically Greek than Mexican American actor Anthony Quinn, face-plant into a plate of moussaka ($12.95) and chase it with a dessert of baklava ($2.95) or homemade rice pudding ($2.95). In accordance with Mediterranean restaurant laws, you can legally light any dish on fire so long as you shout "Opa!"
Pamper Moment indulges the senses with a full salon menu of invigorating nail, hair, and spa treatments. Stylists can cultivate new face-framing styles or nix unflattering fuzz with swift waxing techniques. Muscular knots melt beneath essential oils and hot-stone bodywork, and complexions come to life during exfoliating facials. To ensure cleanliness during mani-pedi sessions, Pamper Moment utilizes the Sani-Tablet, a bath capsule that kills bacteria more effectively than the towering robots in most soap commercials.
With one hour of bowling and shoe rental for up to six people per day from June 1 to August 31, Ten Pin's summer package lets you finally put yourself through the white-knuckled bowling training montage you've been secretly planning ever since your crushing defeat at your nine-year-old nephew's birthday party. With regular bowling rates ranging from $25 to $27 per hour, plus $3.95 for shoe rentals per person, a dedicated pin-pummeler could easily stretch this Groupon beyond its projected value.
Louie's Grill Fusion jazzes up everyday meals with south-of-the-border flavors from Mexico and Cuba that rouse snoozing, spice-craving taste buds. Dip a toe in the meal fountain with appetizers such as fried plantains ($5.49) or a towering plate of nachos ($6.99), or dive right in with a Fiesta burger ($9.79), a half pounder topped with fried onions, slivered avocado, and chipotle ranch with a side of sweet potato fries.
Purveying pizzas and subs is a family affair for the friendly staffers at Flyers, who have been offering patrons saucy circulars and savory sandwiches since 1976. Like the devastating barrage of cake and ice cream that the Air Force drops on other countries during their birthday, The Bomber signature pizza bombards unsuspecting tasters with palatable flavors, particularly its combination of provolone cheese, mushroom, green peppers, and a gathering of meats ($7.99 for stromboli, $13.99 for 11"; $17.49 for 13"; $19.99 for 15"). Peruse pizza and sandwich options here.
Surfboards hang from the ceiling and posters of parrots overlook the blue- and beige-walled restaurant as guests chow down on tacos and burgers. If those surfboards were to descend from their perch and float on a liquid in the restaurant, that liquid would be the one for which the restaurant is named. The menu draws from Californian cuisine, fusing Mexican and American flavors, but it also unites tiny tequila bottles with tiny tacos—a literal microcosm of the restaurant's essence. The menu also presents dishes such as Loco wings with a salsa verde sauce or lobster tacos. Specialty burgers, alternately, boast inventive toppings such as strawberry jelly and peanut butter and grilled pineapple, and various forms of bacon pork belly find themselves in an assortment of dishes, including burgers, tacos, and bacon brownies. Live music, DJs, and a fire pit join tequila in imbuing the restaurant with a fun vibe, like the vibe of a college where you could surf from class to class.