Drawing upon more than a decade of experience, Immaculate Detailing’s automotive caretakers polish vehicles inside and out during in-house and mobile detailing sessions. Armed with pro-quality waxes and cleansers from companies such as Meguiar’s, they restore showroom-ready shine to cars that have suffered through endless commutes, gotten caught in sudden rainstorms, or been parked inside of comically oversized cherry pies. Their fleet washing services keep company vehicles looking proud and polished all at once, preventing the need for multiple trips to the car wash. When techs aren't performing their standard detailing services, they also offer additional treatments including engine steam cleaning, pet hair removal, and clay bar treatments.
Though 200 domestic bottles, craft beers, and imports reside on the drink menu at Hop Heads Ale House, the bar’s draft selections are some of its most popular brews. With a rotating selection of kegs on 11 taps, servers encourage guests sample bright and foamy brews culled mostly from small-batch breweries. To accentuate the flavors of each pint, the kitchen crew at Hop Heads crafts pub specialties such as rib-eye-cheesesteak sandwiches and chicken wings smothered in one of eight sauces. Wraps come stuffed with the likes of seared ahi tuna or veggies, and fresh soups are tapped fresh from local soup trees. The bar also runs a daily happy hour from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. each day, in addition to nightly specials and live music every Friday and Saturday night.
Each day, Captain Vince Meyer and his crew set sail aboard the Brittany Lynn to trawl the bay for crabs. The best of their catch makes its way back to Vince's Crab House, where the kitchen staff transforms the fresh seafood into a menu representative of the Maryland coast. Jumbo lump crab cakes and clam strips set the stage for entr?es of flounder, orange roughy, and fried rockfish, but the sandwiches need no introduction. And they shouldn't?not when they're topped with fried oysters or soft-shell crab and served with a tall, refreshing glass of seawater.
When it comes to fun at Bowlmor Lanes, folks aren't locked into just bowling, though there's plenty of that. Glow-in-the-dark lanes and banquette seating beckon players to try their hand at bowling or chill out and order drinks and snacks from lane-side servers. But for the pin-weary, there are other forms of entertainment including billiards, air hockey, and ping pong for purchase. These myriad amenities make Bowlmor Lanes a destination for group get-togethers such as birthdays and "No-Kevins-Allowed" club meetings.
Bazensky's Furniture's sprawling store brims with one of the largest selections of dinette sets, patio furniture, and bar stools in the area. Bazensky's also boasts full lines of living room, bedroom, dining room, and youth furniture, thanks to a recent expansion. Against muted, pastel walls, a massive array of furnishings from manufacturers such as Canadel, Saloom, Flexsteel, Amisco, Trica, and Meadowcraft basks beneath the golden showroom lights.
Under the attentive supervision of one of Off the Wall's active and insured instructors, students learn the basics of underwater breathing using supplied scuba equipment. Off the Wall is owned by two longtime divers, bringing years of experience, SSI and PSAI ratings, and distinguished bubble-blowing skills. During the approximately two-hour intro class, a team member will help you get acquainted with aquatic gadgetry while teaching you what you need to know in order to be safe and confident before spending an hour in the water. Bring your Groupon to Off the Wall to get fitted for a wetsuit and schedule your class.