Most cigar shops reflect overstuffed Gilded Age opulence, with leather chairs, mahogany fixtures, and dim lighting leaving guests feeling a step out of time. Thankfully, 5 Star Cigarz isn’t most cigar shops. Its wooden floors and olive-trimmed white shelves bask in the natural light flooding in from floor-to-ceiling front windows. But this modernized appearance doesn’t affect the shop’s selection of cigars, with time-tested favorites from Padron, Macanudo, Arturo Fuente, and Don Diego lurking along the well-stocked walls.
The shop also shows off its collection of shiny water pipes, and a dedicated hookah area welcomes languid smokes and caterpillar impersonations with green, turf-like rugs, potted plants, and a mounted flat-screen TV. These comfy stations are hot real estate during the shop’s weekly events, which range from hookah nights and wine and cheese tastings to impromptu games of duck duck goose.
Variety isn't just the spice of life?it's also a necessary step to healthier eating. At least, that's what the professional chefs and health experts at Physique Cuisine believe. The menus for their meal plans change every week, and are completely customized according to factors such as the recipient's body weight, body fat percentage, health goals, and preferred yogurt texture. Plans may be geared toward taking in extra protein or shedding extra pounds, or just encouraging a healthier lifestyle. Whatever the menu, though, dishes highlight fresh, organic produce prepared in olive oil and with a few international flavors. Chefs also eschew unhealthful ingredients such as white flour and processed sugar, which helps keep each dish below 500 calories.
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The staff at Junior's Seafood And Restaurant filet fresh fish and prepare succulent cuts of meats including oxtail and goat. After putting in orders at the counter, guests browse aisles of Caribbean groceries including spices, beans, and produce such as okra and fresh herbs.