History is everywhere at The Landmark Restaurant, where many rooms are covered in vintage photographs, antique clocks, ornate chandeliers, and built-in china cabinets. In 1908, the gabled-roof building was a Mormon church that hosted Sunday-school classes, dances, and Boy Scout meetings. The building was also the original site of Mesa Community College before its transformation into a restaurant in 1981. Today, chefs stuff apple corn bread inside pork chops and slow-cook pot roasts slathered in housemade gravy. Try the chicken-fried chicken topped with housemade country gravy or the 14-ounce new york strip basted in blue cheese. Guest can finish with a raspberry cheesecake or pecan pie.
Chef Brian Banasek and the staff at Serenade Catering fuel festivities with tasting menus and rentable chocolate fountains. Referencing a special recipe that spurs chocolate flow without oil, they build their elegantly displayed fountains to heights of up to 44 inches. After teaching venus fly traps the importance of oral hygiene, customers can expand the fountain's uses with a selection of dipping items ($2.35+/guest), including strawberries, pound cake, pretzel rods, and caramel squares. The staff also helps put a stamp on celebrations by carving ice sculptures.
For more than 10 years, the staff princesses at the family-owned and -operated Mrs. Potts Tea Party have hosted kids and parents for birthday parties and Girl Scout-troop gatherings. Within a historical house adorned with purple curtains, chandeliers, murals by a local artist, and wallpaper that gives the room the look of a castle, children learn to enjoy traditional tea service while dressed up in a selection from the costume closet.
It was 1969 when Steve Nissle took his first professional photograph. Over the next four decades, Mr. Nissle would win awards, achieve accreditation as a Master Photographer from the Professional Photographers Association of America, and relocate to an Arizona-based studio, which he named Nissle Fine Art Photography.
Today, he continues to capture memorable moments between engaged couples, families, and other subjects. Depending on the client's personality and preferences, he might shoot inside the studio, venture outside to his onsite garden and park, or travel to scenic desert locales, including Superstition Mountain and the pile of broken mirrors next to Superstition Mountain. Steve works alongside his son, Nolan, who has been following in his father's footsteps for more than 12 years.
Whether they are performing move-in and move-out cleaning services or regular maintenance cleaning for homes and apartments; whether they are sanitizing commercial offices or preparing vacation homes for the summer season; the cleaners at Anjile Cleaning Services LLC scrub homes and offices to their customers' satisfaction. Licensed, bonded, and insured cleaners scour, sanitize, and de-clutter kitchens, living rooms, bathrooms, and secret underground bat caves that have been trashed by angry super villains. Anjile Cleaning Services LLC demonstrates confidence in its pricing, guaranteeing to offer the best deal around.
Since 1988, the deal-hunters at Dry Clean Super Saver (Arizona) have connected customers with a trustworthy network of dry-cleaning and automotive-repair technicians. Armed with easy-to-use punch cards, clients save huge amounts money on dry cleaning and automotive maintenance, the two costliest household expenses after plumbing repair and poltergeist removal. The association of participating cleaners and garages stretches across the country, ensuring that cardholders can remove stains from a dress shirt or change an oil filter wherever they happen to be.
At Stratum Laser Tag, light warriors leap and duck while toting phasers in an arena with 15 different levels and 90 towers, bridges, and ramps. Designed by the EME Entertainment group, who designed Universal Studios Japan, the emporium bathes warriors in the flickering of strobe lights and the neon glow of black lights as they ascend ramps and blast at one another from different angles. Throughout the space, murals of black holes, outer space, and alien creatures set the mood for bouts of intergalactic warfare. In between laser bouts, players can refuel at the concession area or keep trigger fingers nimble with a stint in the arcade room. Stratum Laser Tag outfits participants with laser-tag vests and phasers during birthday parties, bar and bat mitzvahs, graduation celebrations, and team-building events.