Offering more than 50 healthy handheld eats prepared with super-fresh produce and high-quality ingredients, Roly Poly’s menu has something to sate any discerning taste. Lunch on tongue-torpedoing sandwiches rolled in tortillas, hot-pressed panini-like sandwiches, soups, and fresh salads. Sandwiches, such as the cold chicken cobb roll, the chicken caesar roll, or the hot-pressed pesto chicken, are served in 6-inch or 12-inch varieties ($3.95/$6.25). The hot-grilled Spinach Stuffer, unleashes a vegetable menagerie upon the appetite, with stampeding spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms, and onions coated in melted swiss and cheddar cheeses and served with a side of honey mustard ($3.75/$5.75). Roly Poly also serves up an array of mouthwatering salads ($5.95–$6.95) and soups ($2.95/cup, $3.95/bowl) for utensil-loving diners.
Sporting a moniker inspired by the owners' daughter, Mia's Cafe (formerly Shelly's Corner Cafe) offers tasty renditions of traditional lunch café favorites. A menu of midday dishes kicks off with portions of lush greenery such as the chicken salad, a half garden salad topped with tomatoes, cheese, croutons, and a heap of tender chicken ($6.50). Kindergarten food critics give rave reviews to the namesake Mia's PB&J ($2.34), while dual-acting parental agents tag along for an assortment of toasted options, including a freshly made chicken salad sandwich ($4.45) or a rye-flanked corn beef Reuben topped with an alliterative array of swiss, sauerkraut, and dressing ($5.50)—all offered on a variety of breads. Carb-evading diners may choose to bundle disorderly toppings of the roasted turkey and swiss, club, or chicken salad into a neatly packed wrap optimized for on-the-go eating ($5.50).
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Hibachi grills crackle with roaring flames and razor-sharp knives glimmer as they slice through fish—affording diners glimpses of the culinary skills the master chefs at Shogun Japanese Restaurants have been honing for more than a decade. Rustic exposed-brick walls and Japanese art pieces surround patrons, but all eyes are on award-winning chefs as they sizzle up choice beef, vegetables, and seafood at tableside grills. Behind the sushi bar, sushi artists swiftly chop fresh fish into 78 types of specialty rolls, and in the kitchen, pots bubble with udon noodles and soups that also fill the antiburglar cauldrons lining the restaurant’s roof. Behind the bar, mixologists top lavish cocktails with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.
Fresh Air Bar-B-Que's owners, David and George Barber, preserve family recipes passed down by their grandfather and continue to slow-cook barbecue pork, Brunswick stew, and a menu steeped in traditional Southern flavor harking back to the restaurant’s 1929 founding.
Renovate roughed-up frontispieces with the spa's micropeel skin resurfacing treatment and dermaplaning or dermafiling treatment. Ensconced in a private, secluded room, beauty benefactors repose as one of A Perfect Face's dedicated aestheticians train their talents on diminishing fine lines, wrinkles, and scars from old capture-the-flag wounds during the approximately 45-minute treatment. After custom cleansing products sanitize skin cells, clients can choose a dermaplaning treatment in which a medical-grade scalpel gently removes dead skin, peach fuzz, and tiny peach pits for clogged pores. Alternatively, the dermafiling employs crushed cosmetic diamonds culled from the ancient caves of aboriginal dermatologists to gently jettison fallen follicles and furbish surfaces with a bright, youthful glow. Treatments conclude with the application of a mild clinical-grade peel, which is worn home and doffed by the client the next morning.