Planet Smoothie actually does cover a significant portion of the planet, with locations all over the east coast and as far west as Hawaii. In their expansive geographical quest, they seek to change dieting habits for the better with their products. The team behind this fruit haven lays down exactly what their smoothies are made from and what they will do for your body so that clients can make informed decisions about their smoothie choices.
Their full menu catalogs fruit-filled drinks, with options to add protein powder for faster muscle growth than when Arnold Schwarzenegger synchronized his bicep flexing to a hip-hop beat. They also mix in fat-burning blasts to suppress appetites and immune-system blasts to keep bodies healthy. The shop accommodates clients’ food allergies and dietary restrictions with gluten-free and dairy-free options. In addition, they only use natural, low-calorie sweeteners composed of agave and stevia to offer a healthy alternative to chemical sweeteners while avoiding the excess calories associated with traditional sugar.
Each Auld Dubliner location must meet the stringent level of authenticity required by co-owner and Gaelic strongdrinker David Copley. A native of Limerick, Ireland, Copley might share a dirty poem if you ask nicely, but he's more likely to tell you that every part of his pub's polished wood, brass décor, and menu of toothsome Erin edibles was designed and crafted in Ireland and transported piece by piece to its new American home. Tuck right into pub classics such as shepherd's pie with ground beef and lamb ($12.95) or the for-more-than-St.-Patty's-Day corned beef and cabbage ($12.95). Other fare that comes with a shamrock stamp of approval includes the traditional boxty (a potato pancake), stuffed with delights such as Irish bacon and melted cheddar ($13.95) or Atlantic salmon with shallots and tarragon ($15.95). For a finish as sweet as a "yes" from Molly Bloom, the Irish-whiskey crème brûlée adds a twist to the traditional dessert.
For 30 years, the griddle gracers at Farmer Boys have lured hungry patrons in with made-to-order burgers, sandwiches, breakfasts, and the jaunty clanging of a real farmhouse bell. On the farmer's burger, a seeded bun wrangles two quarter-pound beef patties, and american cheese and thousand-island dressing trap renegade lettuce, tomato, dill pickles, avocado, and bacon in an engineering feat never before seen atop a regulation-sized bun ($5.49). Eschew prescribed meal options with a breakfast entree at any hour of the day, such as the breakfast burrito with chili, a flour inner-tube encasing eggs, hash browns, chili, and american cheese ($5.39). Salads such as the chicken barbecue ranch salad ($6.99) delectably sate lighter appetites, and the Reese's peanut-butter-cup milkshake renders the beloved candy drinkable at last ($3.59+).
The feeling of relaxation begins as you drive toward Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa which offers majestic views of Lake Las Vegas and the Mojave Desert. The expansive spa includes 24 treatment areas, where the staff performs Italian-inspired services using botanical ingredients. Couples destress in a side-by-side Mi Amore massage, and the napoli espresso body treatment exfoliates skin with finely ground coffee beans and volcanic pumice. During the Rejuvenator pedicure, feet drink in the fragrant essences of wild sage, lavender, and mint.
The Healing Waters area promotes tranquility with a candlelit whirlpool and soothing eucalyptus steam room. The spa also boasts an Essence of Ravella Aromatherapy Blend Bar, where guests can create their own essential-oil-rich lotions, sugar scrubs, and body butters to use on their skin or as sweet-smelling bicycle grease.