Using only a loop of cotton thread and a careful eye, the threading specialists at The Brow Shop lift away unwanted hair. They can shape brows into clean arches, defuzz any part of the face, and even thread the arms, leaving them smooth and bare. The process is well suited for sensitive skin, as it adheres directly to hairs rather than to the flesh that surrounds them. Visitors to the salon can also find powders and gels to tint the brows and hold them in place.
Cuisine Type: American pub-style
Most popular offering: Beer flights and our Kibbles 'n' Bits
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Number of Tables: 25?50
Outdoor Seating: No
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Friday nights are awesome to come. Happy hour from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and live music from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We have the best flatbreads, paninis, and sliders. Our chef does an amazing job in the kitchen. We also have a very popular appetizer called Kibbles 'n' Bits. It's our beer-braised pulled pork with cheese, onions, bell peppers, green onions, and tomatoes topped with our barbecue sauce and sour cream. It's a must-try when you come to the brewery.
Has your business won any awards?
We have won awards. Last year our honey rye won best light beer at the Monte Carlo night at Wilson Creek Winery.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Bulldog Brewery is a family owned and operated brewery. We love what we do here and we really enjoy talking to our customers and making their experience great. We are a unique brewery because we do understand that beer might not be everyone's thing, and because of that we offer local wine and our delicious housemade sangria. Bulldog is not just a tasting room, it's a place where you can spend your night having fun with your family and friends, watch your favorite sports team, or celebrate an occasion. We would personally like to invite you to stop by and enjoy a brew or two.
Ryan Bros. Coffee's attentive owners match discerning tastes with artfully crafted blends of fair-trade coffees and mouthwatering café fare. Classic coffees include featured roasts ($1.75 for 12 oz., $2 for 20 oz.) such as bold Cowboy coffee or the full-bodied Broadway Blues, which are filtered for fuller tastes. Espresso drinks inject caffeine-packed shots into tongue-tickling flavors such as a warm, creamy mocha ($3.55–$3.95) or a chilly, blended Java Lava frappe ($4.25). Chompable menu items grant solid starts to the day, including the chipotle-bacon breakfast sandwich ($5.95), whereas real-fruit smoothies, including the refreshing mango patch ($4.25), rev bodies with vitamin-rich fuel. Salads ($6.50–$7.25) and freshly grilled paninis ($5.95–$6.95) are also available for consumption. Packaged portions of coffee, tea, and comestibles adorn shelves in front of burnt-orange walls and sun-sprayed indoor or outdoor seating areas offer the ideal space in which to enjoy free WiFi.
With 41 of its 250 beers available on tap, Barley & Hops pours a wide selection of suds to accompany its lengthy, European-style pub menu. Beneath the exposed-beam ceilings of the Old World-y restaurant, patrons succeed starters of gravy-smothered fries ($5) and scotch eggs ($5.99) with slurps of brews from Belgium, England, and Germany. Two flat-screen TVs in the main dining room and three in the ancillary draft room showcase sports, inspiring nearby diners to slam dunk small fish 'n' chips entrees ($12.99) into a neighbor's Avery Maharaja Imperial IPA ($10.99) to claim new ownership. Refreshing gulps of the Ballast calico amber ($6.99) balance out bites of the shepherd's pie ($12.99), whose beefy interior has proven to be the perfect tool for attracting angry, vegetarian sheep.
Though Panini & Hops may be called a fusion restaurant, it is not because the chefs blended two different cuisines. It's because the restaurant itself is a fusion of two prior endeavors, the Belgian?centric beer store Barley & Hops and the food truck, Paninis on Wheels. By joining up together, they two restaurants have created a single spot where guests can sip on more than 100 varieties of local and Belgian beers while sampling one of the house's unique paninis. These include everything from a cross-section of Thanksgiving fixings to meatballs in a red sauce or veggies with pesto. In addition, chefs can turn any of these paninis into thin-crust pizzas to make dishes more easily sharable without just uninviting everyone else at a table.
It’s always a party at House Bar & Grill, an upscale American restaurant that transforms into a hopping nightlife spot as the evening sails forward. In the early evening, candlelit tables and a roaring fireplace lend a cozy-and-intimate feel to the dining room as servers flit between suede booths carrying trays laden with juicy burgers, marinated steaks, and thick-cut fries. After eight o’clock, however, the restaurant pulses with a DJ or live music, including dueling pianos and fist-fighting bassoons.