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  • El Azteco
    El Azteco serves a laid-back Mexican feast. The food at El Azteco is high-calorie, high-flavor, and highly-rated. Order a bottle for the table if you like — El Azteco has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more. Families will feel right at home at El Azteco with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. Between the music and the crowds, El Azteco's noise levels can be intense. Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most El Azteco patrons come in casual attire. The restaurant also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of El Azteco to your next party or event. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy El Azteco's cooking from the comfort of their own home. Drive to El Azteco and find parking in the area. Delicious food doesn't have to be expensive, as shown by the delicious fare coming out of El Azteco's kitchen.
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    1016 W Saginaw St
    Lansing, MI US
  • Sawyers Gourmet Pancake House
    Sawyer’s Gourmet Pancake House serves a menu of breakfasts bursting with organic flour, all-natural eggs, and seasonal Michigan fruits all day long. Stacks enfold a variety of fresh additions, such as a triple-decker pile of blue cakes ($7.95) dotted with blueberries and smothered in a house-made blueberry compote, ideal for days when your skin has lost its blue tinge. Strawberries and whipped cream march into mouths in the Trojan Horse–like safety enclosure of the Patriot waffle ($7.45). While breakfast is the most beloved meal at Sawyer’s Gourmet Pancake House, lunch and dinner vie for diners' affections with burgers and sandwiches during the day, and steaks proffered at dinnertime.
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    608 W Saginaw St
    Lansing, MI US
  • Maid in Lansing
    We are a residential cleaning company who makes and uses cleaning products that are pet, human and environmentally safe.
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    617 Seymour Avenue
    Lansing, MI US
  • Koru Therapeutic Massage
    Koru, the Maori word from which Koru Therapeutic Massage takes its name, describes a spiral shape that signifies rebirth and growth– concepts that certified medical massage therapist Meghan Caterino understands well. After suffering from paralysis-inducing Guillain-Barre syndrome since childhood, she made an almost-full recovery thanks to a combination of physical therapy, massage, and acupuncture. The experience spurred her on a path to help others heal through massage. Her nimble hands use all-natural products when working to reduce tension and stress during relaxation and therapeutic massage sessions, during which she helps the body recover after injury, inactivity, or napping with a pet boa constrictor. Meghan has special certification in the Arvigo Techniques of Maya abdominal massage, which she claims helped her conceive her second child without conventional fertility treatments. The focused strokes of this therapy aim to shift internal organs back into position–restoring emotional and physical wellbeing, easing digestive issues, and aiding the reproductive system for both men and women.
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    1014 Cleo St.
    Lansing, MI US
  • Westgate Tavern
    The menu at Westgate Tavern launches armadas of scents from individually sculpted burger patties and hand-tossed pizzas. Flat-screen televisions glow overhead as diners start their engines with Wisconsin mozzarella melting over handmade deep-dish breadsticks ($6.99) before tearing around the golden-baked corners of a barbecue-chicken pie loaded with pineapple ($9.99+). Bleu cheese and bacon tango atop a burger escorted by fries curlier than Shirley Temple’s handwriting ($7.99). Billiards balls clink on an expanse of green felt as players fuel their aim with a deluxe Italian sub’s folds of ham, salami, capicola, and provolone ($7.99). A cheeseburger pizza ($8.99+), meanwhile, draws on hybrid flavor like a centaur's recipe for sweet and sour sauce.
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    623 N Rosemary St
    Lansing, MI US
  • The Institution
    Fitness pages on Facebook are normally the source of inspirational memes, but for fitness enthusiasts Paul and Jennifer, one particular page was the source of inspiration for starting The Institution. After meeting, sharing workouts, and building a following?all online?the duo decided to take the next step and open a fitness studio. Today, they and their team of instructors teach trendy classes such as BodyPump by Les Mills, Insanity, TRX suspension training, and Zumba, which is an upbeat dance-fitness session that's equivalent to doing 100 waltzes.
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    812 Filley Suite A
    Lansing, MI US
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