Photo Booth R Us entertains weddings, birthdays, and corporate events by capturing guests' impromptu poses and prop-covered faces. Whereas the experience recalls the nostalgia of piling into booths and striking impromptu poses, the booths themselves are brimming with modern technology. An 18-megapixel digital camera snaps shots and feeds them into a photo printer that reels out two copies of every strip, with or without a custom logo design.
Overlooking the bucolic green swells of the Carlton Oaks championship golf course, Oaks Bar + Grill satiates hunger in an elegant, airy space. Seated at the formidable wooden bar or in the spacious dining room, guests can help themselves to a sweeping selection of delicious American cuisine, from barbecue chicken pizza to grilled salmon with sauteed vegetables. The grill's specialties include its meat menu, which presents cured meat boards, premium Sterling Silver steaks, and juicy half-pound burgers.
When Lois Margolet first opened Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Wilmington, Delaware, 36 years ago, she and her brother, Alan, worked from the second story of a boarded-up building, roasting 10?12 whole turkeys every night and churning out a ?real turkey lover's? sandwich each day. Today, Capriotti's has expanded across 14 states, each location stacking the same award-winning hot and cold sandwiches, racking up such accolades as The Best of Las Vegas 2013 and Best of Delaware 2013 prizes from the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Delaware Today, respectively, as well as being named one of "10 great places to bite into a surprising sandwich" by USA Today. Though the shop is still known for its slow-roasted-turkey creations?such as the Thanksgiving-inspired Bobbie, voted greatest sandwich in America by AOL's Lemondrop.com, piled with cranberry sauce and stuffing?its menu now ventures into the realm of roast beef, italian deli meats with such sandwiches as the capastrami, cheesesteaks, and vegetarian treats, such as meatless chicken and turkey.
Though it’s firmly planted in San Diego soil, Gourmet on 5th mimics the epicurean traiteur shops that pepper European roadsides. The store empowers its visitors to eat healthy, and at the same time helps them do so without having to dawdle over a hot stove or buy out a local vegetable farm. Brimming with French influence, Gourmet on 5th’s blackboard menu changes seasonally. It features full meals, including lamb shanks, duck confit, and coq au vin. But the store also has nutritious bites for on-the-move munchers, such as crepes and signature sandwiches, along with energizing drinks, such as espresso concoctions and exotic teas.