Eveningside Vineyards’ owner and winemaker, Randy Biehl, was captivated by the millennia-long history of winemaking. Determined to contribute his own spin on this timeless beverage, he founded his own vineyard, beginning its first chardonnay, riesling, and cabernet franc in 2001. Since then the roster of wines has expanded to include pinot noir, merlot, and many others.
Tanning Bed bronzes bodies with a bevy of beds calibrated to control the ideal combo of UVA and UVB light. The tanning center's tanning beds offer a better way to copperize your chassis by allowing you to control your exposure to the sun's trilogy of UV rays. Thanks to a set of beds sporting bulbs that are regularly changed, tanners receive the maximum bronzing benefit from the warm, relaxing bath of vitamin-D rich light. Customers can choose to generate a golden bod through an array of options, including one-week ($9.99), one-month ($39.99), and three-month ($89.99) memberships. Packages of two ($9.99), 10 ($39.99), and 20 visits ($69.99) are also available, helping turn your skin bronze more efficiently than wearing a dress of living goldfish.
Manhattan’s pleases palates with mouthwatering lunch and dinner menus stocked full of classic steaks, seafood, and a cornucopian wine list. Indulge in the impish spice of chili diablo appetizers, lightly breaded banana peppers stuffed with pepper-jack and ricotta cheeses before being nestled atop onion crostinis ($8). Epicureans excite incisors with eight-ounce filet mignons, topped with montreal spice, crispy onion rings, and tarragon-infused bacon butter ($23). The stuffed orange roughy, a flaky white-fish shell filled with sweet Maryland crab ($18), imitates an edible Russian nesting doll and pairs delectably with a glass of Villa Pozzi pinot grigio ($6).
The skilled snow sportsmen and sportswomen at Snowflake Ski Shop and TwoFourFive Boardshop take their love of the slopes indoors by selling top brand snow sporting equipment and keeping seasoned skis and snowboards in top slaloming form. Bring your sullied slabs and sticks in and get them prepped for upcoming ski getaways, where they'll be prepped and ready to leave Alpine assassins in a veil of finely powdered snow dust. In business since 1970, this depot of downhill delights is fully ready to keep skis and snowboards sharp, waxed, and balanced for optimum safety and fun.
Western New York's largest teaching facility. The owner Ralph Fava has been playing guitar for over 48 years. A graduate of Berklee College of Music and has performed with Don Rickles, Jim Nabors, Frankie Vallie, Pia Zadora, Bobby Vinton, Al Martino, Jerry Vale, Debbie Reynolds, The drifters, Bobby Militello and many others