The steak sampler pummels the meat-eater's appetite with a 12 lb. meateor of hanging tender, black forest top sirloin, southwest flank steak, and authentic steakhouse tri-tip. Each 3 lb. segment applies meltingly marbled, tenderly marinated meatiness directly to the taste buds, satisfying both soulful hunger and savage flavorlust. Clancy's vacuum-marinating process penetrates the meaty steaks with arrows of spice, tenderizing juices, and 100% pure USDA choice and prime-grade magic for the juiciest, most flavor-filled steaksperience possible.
Delta Sonic Car Wash renews tarnished transportation with an innovative touchless car-wash system that automatically guides vehicles through a tunnel of high-pressure sprays and overhead buffing cloths. The hands-free wash massages mild lotions into paint jobs, leaving vehicles with sparkling, fingerprint-free finishes that are backed by a five-day guarantee. Detailing technicians do get their hands dirty as they make use of more than 100 hours of training to dote on vehicle interiors and exteriors with products from ValuGard, Aquapel, and Blue Coral. The team wields AOCA certification know-how when injecting engines with oil and devising rustproofing treatments that avoid drilling holes or covering corrosion in zit cream.
This full-service butcher shop and French market stocks its shelves with fine organic and artisanal goods. Grass-fed beef arrives in everything from burger-ready ground pounds ($4.95) to tenderloin cuts ($27.99 per pound), and free-range Amish chickens are available whole ($2.99 per pound), tasting like chicken, or in boneless, skinless breast fillets ($4.99 per pound). Eco-conscious pescatarians can enjoy sustainable seafood such as Atlantic salmon ($10.99 per pound) and Canadian whitefish ($7.99 per pound), and completely vegetarian gourmands can benefit from shelves of epicurean butters, fresh breads, organic produce, fragrant flowers, vibrant seasonings, and more. Groupon customers are invited to attend the grand opening celebration of Amano Boucherie on Saturday, February 19, from 11 a.m.—4 p.m.
The staff at Olives-4-You instructs culinary pupils on how to prepare traditional French desserts, creating a toothsome survey of the land. Students whip up crème brûlée, crepe suzette, and tarte tatin, forging classic sweet treats of varying density and richness. While crafting the Grand Marnier soufflé, foodies bolster the notoriously fickle dish with a splash of tasty liqueur, much as trainers build the courage of their pet dogs before taking the stage at a breed show. Instructors also teach pupils how to make flourless chocolate cake that handily shortens the FDA-mandated ingredients list that must be read to friends before eating. As they cook up a storm, guests can soak in the Mediterranean décor, which includes tiled floors, brick archways, and a grove of olive trees in the coat closet.
Candy Bear Lane's 120-year-old building houses hundreds of varieties of sweet-teeth-cosseting confections. Specialty 8” Candy Bears— plush teddy sentinels stuffed with 30 pieces of saccharine goodness such as Tootsie Rolls, Jolly Ranchers, and crystallized pieces of Shirley Temple's laughter ($12.95)— guard sweet treasures and come with a bag of stuffing that can be used to repack droopy ursine companions after their sugary fillings have been devoured. Line a shelf with bags, boxes, or bars of candy ($1.00—$1.50 each), slow down chewing speed with saltwater taffy ($0.10 each), or acquire a Technicolor tongue with 21 colors of M&Ms ($9.99/lb.), which pour out of a towering multitube dispenser.
This old-fashioned, family-owned butchery houses handfuls of high-quality beef, chicken, and veal within a kitchen-like storefront. Portions of prime new york ($27.98/lb.) and choice rib-eye ($16.98/lb.) steaks tempt grill gurus from behind the store’s gleaming glass case, and Boar’s Head deli meats offer to graciously sacrifice themselves to sandwiches or museum walls. Ready-to-eat dinner fare includes pans of made-in-house filet mignon stroganoff ($19.98) and sides of au gratin potatoes ($7.98), and shoppers struck with sudden hunger can order a sandwich from the store’s counter. Meat-carving wizards layer 17 styles of protein between slices of five different breads, and eight cheese varieties ensure that eaters get their daily serving of moon.