Majestic cannons extend from the wall of a realistic pirate ship in Pirate Island Pizza's fantastical surroundings, as family-friendly fare and adventurous entertainment satisfies swashbuckling sprouts and hungry adults alike. Esurient expeditions can set sail with a dish of Pirate Coconut Shrimp ($8.99) and follow with a choice of bread bundles such as the Buccaneer Beef Sandwich, a fresh ciabatta bun filled with grilled black Angus steak, chipotle mayonnaise, sautéed peppers and onions, and draped in melted swiss cheese ($7.99).
Shots ring out over Eldorado Valley, filling the air with the distinctive crack of rifle fire. Within the foothills of the McCullough Mountains, visitors of all abilities refine their aim under the watchful eyes of the staff at Pro Gun Club. Spanning 160 acres of rolling terrain, the shooting grounds cover areas for firearms practice, shotgun sports, and even the chance to blow up a vehicle. There’s also a dedicated space for archery and opportunities for airsoft games. Between shooting sessions on the field, visitors can head to the clubhouse, which brims with amenities such as a fully stocked bar and flatscreen televisions.
Selected Best Vet of 2011 in North Las Vegas by Best Vet in Town, The gentle veterinarians and staff members at Ann Road Animal Hospital tailor animal medical services and house furry friends at a luxurious pet hotel. Canines inspect every inch of ample dog runs during three daily walks, and cats explore one comfortable spot of a luxurious cat condo during 45 daily naps. In between basking at their private or shared suites, domestic critters dine on Science Diet or their own special blends before curling up on clean bedding. Thorough medical examinations use state-of-the-art equipment to scour pets for any abnormalities or symptoms of disease, and stylish grooming prevents rebellious canines from growing their hair out and joining anarchist communes of sheep dogs.
StorageOne secures excess belongings, from seasonal furniture and spare cars to business-related filings, within individual, air-cooled storage units. Spaces range from 5'x5' (a $35 value per month), great for storing a winter wardrobe or personal library, to drive-up 10'x30' units (a $245 value per month), which can house a large vehicle or several man caves.
The Shade Tree provides three full meals every day to the women and children staying in its shelter, and in the 2009–2010 fiscal year the organization's kitchen served more than 109,000 meals. Since it provides meals free of charge, The Shade Tree relies upon donations and funding raised from outside sources to cover the cost of food. The number of women and children seeking shelter at The Shade Tree has risen in recent years, and the organization requires additional funds to continue to offer meals to all those who stay at the shelter.