Shadowed athletes in action?kicking a soccer ball, throwing a baseball, and dunking a basketball?are splashed across KC's Sports Bar and Lounge?s fa?ade. The sports-centric theme extends to the interior, with framed jerseys and signed photographs up on the walls and a bevy of TVs treating guests to live broadcasts of football and freeze tag.
Craft and domestic brews on tap flow freely behind the bar, and chefs even use beer to batter halibut fillets served with housemade tartar sauce. The kitchen?s pride and joy?a wood-fired pizza oven?cooks 9- or 12-inch crusts adorned with crumbled gorgonzola, spinach, and chili flakes.
In the main room of Surf City Billiards & Cafe, sun pours through skylights in the 22-foot vaulted ceilings, illuminated 15 Brunswick Gold Crown tables covered in pro-standard Simonis cloth. Darts and a shuffleboard table provide additional opportunities for competition, whereas eight big-screen TVs let fans cheer for their favorite commercials between interruptions by men throwing balls. The hall's full bar keeps spirits high with local wine and beer, and a bustling kitchen turns out gourmet takes on traditional bar food. Applewood-smoked bacon gives third-pound Angus-beef patties a porcine kick, and the Surf City dog adorns a quarter-pound 100% beef frank with zesty chipotle mayo.
The billiards hall was named one of the Top 10 New Pool Halls in America in 2008.
Like many success stories, the Core Fitness tale begins when a business executive quit her job to pursue her true dream.
For Nanci Mora, her dream was to become a fitness instructor. After 10 years of training and working as a trainer, she began conducting her own Pilates classes for three friends in her home. As word of Nanci's replenishing and invigorating Pilates workouts spread, her class size continued to expand in an inverse relationship to her students’ waistlines.
Today, Nanci continues to teach Pilates at her own professional studio, Core Fitness, where she and a staff of dancers, Pilates instructors, and fitness professionals teach workout classes throughout the week. Amidst the studio's earth-toned walls and towering mirrors, professional Pilates reformer machines help clients tone bodies.
The perfect place to unwind, Double D's Sports Grille is a great bar for casual drinks after work.
Low-fat is one factor and amazing taste is another. Come see which wins out at Double D's Sports Grille.
For your viewing pleasure, Double D's Sports Grille also stocks TVs in the bar area.
Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to Double D's Sports Grille — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks.
Double D's Sports Grille caters to all party sizes, both large and small.
If time is of the essence, Double D's Sports Grille's take-out option may be a better fit.
At Double D's Sports Grille, free parking is offered on the whole block.
Your bill at Double D's Sports Grille will typically run less than $30 per person, so bring the whole gang!
Double D's Sports Grille accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Morgan Hill Bowl is a multi-purpose entertainment center with myriad games and activities for the whole family.
Friends and families trade high-fives and trash talk as they practice their hooks and curves on polished hardwood lanes. Later, things turn psychedelic as music and light shows illuminate the alley during cosmic bowling, which also features music videos projected on drop-down screens.
But the fun and games aren't just limited to bowling?Morgan Hill also features a bocce ball room with well maintained
courts and a connected wine bar. For pre- or post-game beer and cocktails, bowlers can head to StriXe Lounge, a 2,000 square foot bar with billiards, darts, and eight flat screen TVs for sports viewing. The bar also hosts regular karaoke nights, during which, guests can belt out their favorite tunes or use the mic to read aloud from a favorite bowling-themed novel.
The staff at Coach's Sports Bar & Grill aims to match the playful and energetic atmosphere of sporting events by showcasing UFC matches and football games on flat-screen TVs seven days a week. A menu of classic pub grub, such as chili-covered fries, burgers, fajitas, and hot sandwiches, pairs with beverages from the bar's selection of imported and domestic draft brews. Jack Daniels and Pinnacle Cake liquors form the base of cocktails, which guests clink over games of pool and heated discussions about what Troy Polamalu would look like with an updo.