The chefs at Luciano's Italian Brick Oven whip up prepared-to-order Italian cuisine with house-made meatballs and tomato sauce made from scratch. Divvy up a 14-inch alfredo pizza ($12.25) or embark on an archeological expedition through the lasagna's layers of cheese, lean ground meat, and house-made tomato sauce ($11.30). Diners revel in the sea’s tasty bounty with the shrimp scampi sautéed in lemon-butter sauce ($15.55) and sink forks into the flaky, breaded, and fried eggplant parmesan ($11.95). The chicken marsala, lightly sautéed in marsala wine and fresh mushrooms ($15.50), is as tasty as a framed chicken-marsala portrait is tasteful.
Maria Lagana and her crew of certified fitness instructors inspires parents and children alike in fun, high-energy classes. One-hour sessions of Pilates, yoga, and Cardio Kick blend with express half-hour sessions of Zumba and Toning Express exercises to create a personalized potpourri of fitness that should be in no way literally used as a household aroma. Zumbatomic classes are open to children flying solo or backed by their guardians, and incorporate healthful-living philosophies with Zumba's animated Latin-dance workouts. In one-hour birthday party, up to 25 high-kicking kids can learn some basic Zumba shimmies, with plenty of time remaining for creative crafts, cake, presents, and round-table discourses on phenomenology.
In a homey, convivial setting, Dirty Dog Cigar Shoppe pairs tobacco aficionados with approximately 300 facings of premium-grade cigars. La Flor Dominicana's Digger cigars ($10.00 each) taste-tase tongues with powerful full-bodied flavors. An 8’x20’ walk-in humidor displays fragrant selections, and a TV-equipped smoking lounge is BYOB and features an espresso machine, similar to many modern workplaces. Current specials include five cigars for $20, or a choice to try the new house special, which includes three sizes of Alec Bradley stogies ($3–$3.50). Dirty Dog Cigar Shoppe’s dedicated, helpful staff can also place special orders and demonstrate the proper technique for holding a cigar while showering.
Cuisine Type: Frozen yogurt and smoothies
Reservations: Not offered
Number of Tables: 11–25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Self-serve frozen yogurt
Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Pro Tip: Locally owned and operated, open year-round.
At Top That Yogurt Bar, every cup of real-dairy frozen yogurt is your own creation. The self-serve frozen yogurt machines gives guests license to mix and match 12 rotating flavors, which range from the classics to more exotic offerings. And more than 60 toppings, from fresh fruit to fudge, are at your disposal. To further customize the treats, you can choose to get the whole kit-and-kaboodle served up in a cup or self-serve smoothie. And every bite is nearly guilt-free—their low-fat frozen yogurt is certified to be chock full of live and active cultures.
There's a lot to love about Mexican culture—starting, of course, with the food. Mr. Hernandez shows his appreciation for all things south of the border at Antojitos Authentic Mexican Restaurant, where he and his chefs lovingly craft everything from cheese enchiladas to sizzling shrimp fajitas. But it's not just the dishes they make from scratch. Every dip, topping, and hot sauce is also made in-house and with a healthy respect for Mexican traditions. It seems the only thing this BYOB restaurant doesn't make in-house is the drinks; Antojitos encourages guests to bring their own bottle of wine or taco-flavored homebrew.
• For $16, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for two people (up to a $34.97 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. • For $30, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for four people (up to a $69.94 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. • For $42, you get a Signature Chicken Meal for six people (up to a $104.91 value). Click here for an overview of the combo. Chick’s Grill celebrates the egg’s most famous progeny with the Signature Chicken Meal, a combo of unusual size culled from a menu of specialty chicken dishes and American fare. Calibrated for coops of up six diners, each meal begins with your choice of appetizer, as fried pickles, grilled shrimp, and chicken nachos tease taste buds and taunt taste enemies. Diners then munch their choice of entrées, including any Chick’s Favorite chicken entrée, chicken sandwich, burger, or sandwiches from the “Not Into Chick’s” menu. Chefs slather up to 12 deep-fried wings in sauce before baking them to golden perfection, completely eliminating any chance of them flying off to migrate. The traditional chicken parm pairs breaded chicken with melted provolone and homebrewed marinara, while the Pittsburgh-style chicken sandwich sublets bun real estate to creamy coleslaw and crisp fries. Between bites, diners consult five wall-mounted HDTVs, tracking breaking sports happenings or watching five nightly newscasts at once.