Sallie, the current owner of Hollywood Market Yoga and Spa, found an 112-year-old building and converted it into a yoga studio. She kept the market's mantra, "Happiness is spoken here," for her yoga studio. At Hollywood Market Yoga and Spa, muscles stretch a little deeper. Heated studios allow muscles and connective tissue to warm up slowly, which can result in deeper stretches and less risk of injury during signature Vinyasa and hot flow classes.
The studio also is a full-service spa, offering services that include facials, different massage modalities, and waxing. Visitors also can partake in body treatments, which use elements such as Morrocan argan oil and blueberry to buff away dead skin cells while bundled in warm blankets.
Bosnia Express brings the flavors of Bosnia to Boise through lunches and nightcaps alike. Before the restaurant undergoes its nocturnal transformation into a nightclub and neighborhood bar, cooks layer hearty paninis with thinly sliced meats and vegetables, as well as season gyro meat that’s ready to nestle inside pita pockets. In addition to making fresh sandwiches and pouring drinks, they stock products from overseas, such as Bosnian, Turkish, and Mediterranean snack cookies, pickled vegetables, hair products, and Pavlovic Ointment, whose lid automatically opens whenever a bell rings.
I have taken the scone dough, which is a very active dough with all the rising ingredients, and stretched it, pulled it, rolled it and came up with all kinds of unique ideas for it's use.
We have sconewiches, scone sticks, sweet & savory scones and much more.
Scottish scones that are deep fried versus English scones baked
Gandolfo's slices up fresh meats daily and flings more than 70 different sandwiches out the window of a yellow cab in true NYC style. Carryout or dine-in on specialties such as the piping-hot Mama Leone ($5.69 for half order, $8.89 for whole order) and the meatlessly delicious Madison Square Garden ($4.49/$7.69), or punch your stamp-licker with a Knuckle sandwich ($8.89)—hot pastrami on sourdough with cheddar, mozzarella, parmesan, lettuce, tomatoes, marinated mushrooms, olives, mayo, and butter. See the menu for the exhaustive list of bread-bordered options.
Preece Designer Chocolate hand-dips and drizzles its traditional, truffle, and signature-flavored fillings in rich chocolate made from cocoa beans harvested by farmers on the Ivory Coast. Caramel coats triple-chocolate nougat in the Chocopolitan ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8), and the Bordeaux ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8) encases brown sugar buttercream into a chocolaty sarcophagus befitting of sweet-toothed royalty. Whereas the Blue Velvet melds blue cheese and chocolate ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8), the Velvet Hammer piles caramel, coffee, and chocolate atop one another ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8). Additionally, salty and sweet flavors meld in potato chips smothered in chocolate ($6.50/6 oz.) offer a tastier treat than a peanut-butter-and-jellyfish sandwich.
New York Fresh Deli's menu brims with gourmet delights such as the Empire State sandwich (6” $5.50 for a 6", $7.50 for an 8”, $9.50 for a 12”), stacked high with turkey, ham, and melted provolone. Herbivores can sample the garden vegetable sandwich ($6.25) stuffed with mushrooms, green peppers, cucumber, romaine lettuce, tomato, sprouts, and avocado on toasted whole-wheat bread. Meanwhile, the ham and turkey panini ($6) and the Santa Fe chicken wrap ($5.99) come paired with a loaded baked potato salad, filling bellies for no-holds-barred potato-sack races.