Village Limits Supper Club opens its doors to diners six days a week for a time-honored and traditional dinner. Turning out a variety of options, chefs prepare plates ranging from tender cuts of steak cooked-to-order to Friday-night fish fries of perch and haddock. A full bar fills glasses with beer, wine, and mixed drinks to complete each meal.
Your water chariot can be delivered to anywhere in the state of Wisconsin, or, if you prefer, you can personally pick it up at Power Sports' Appleton locale. The full-day rental comes unmarked (no garish "rental" label on its exterior) with a full tank of gas, leaving you free to tear across the open waters of any of Wisconsin's 15,000+ lakes on the 110-horsepower, four-stroke-engine ride. Each Jet Ski accommodates up to three passengers at once, making it ideal for identical triplets or the top three finishers in the New York state sauerkraut-eating contest.
Snap Fitness, bustling with cardio and strength-training gear, throws open the doors to its facilities 24/7. Before exercisers put sneakers to treadmills or lift their first weights, staff meet with them to talk about their fitness goals before suggesting personalized fitness plans based on clients' strength, cardio condition, and bionic-limb manufacturers. The gym keeps members motivated with regular check-in calls and demystifies healthful eating with custom online meal plans designed by nutritionists. Staff also forestall exercise-routine boredom by working individually with clients on a routine basis.
With machines set up in rows to encourage competition, many ordinary gyms cater to men's bodies and psychology, right down to the urinals that were "accidentally" installed in the women's locker room. At Curves, fitness frontierswomen move around a circuit of hydraulic-resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis.