KFC has the best bird in town and tasty sides to go along with it.
The gluten-free and low-fat fare at KFC will leave you happy and full.
KFC is a great location to host a group dinner.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — KFC offers catering.
You won't break the bank at KFC, with a meal typically hovering below the $15 mark.
KFC has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
A locally owned business for more than 35 years, Flowers from the Heart is a trusted bloom boutique that caters to efflorescent-minded gifters celebrating any occasion. Surprise a special someone with a delivery of roses($25¬–$175; delivery available only for orders $35+), or bring a potted palm($35–$75) to your favorite palm reader, just like she knew you would. Today's deal is good toward anything in the store, with the exception of the people who work there, although even they might be won over if surprised with a lush seasonal arrangement.
Thirty glossy lanes await pin pounders of all stripes at Bama Lanes, a locally owned bowling center that has been racking up spares and strikes for more than 35 years. Players are first outfitted with a rented pair of slide-friendly soles (a $3 value) allowing them to take to the lanes with the same smooth, slick grace of butter melting on a Motown record. Duckpin-hunting season commences as bowlers test their backspin techniques in two 10-frame games (up to a $7.50 value) that can be shared with a friend or played-out in a double-dose of skill-boosting solitude. Between frames, Bama Lanes keeps somnolent strike-throwers energized with a complete snack bar and pro shop, and a postgame party lounge hosts pocket billiards and joyous karaoke sing-alongs that may inspire pins to knock themselves over in silent protest.
Sedans, shiny black SUVs, bouncing party buses—the sleek fleet of CSI Ground transports all passengers in style. Whether clients are trekking to the airport, business meetings, or bachelorette parties, chauffeurs pull up in the best vehicle for the job, relieving them of the stress caused by navigating traffic, searching for parking, and trying to drive and do the electric slide at the same time.
A family business for four generations, Jim Massey Cleaners has been restoring garmental reputations in the Montgomery area since 1941, and recently won first place in the Montgomery Reader's Choice Awards for best dry-cleaner in 2010. Whether unsullying special shirts ($2.49), priceless pants ($6.44), or everyday tuxedo jackets ($6.44), Jim Massey's clean team provides diligent, and punctual care. The company also offers free pick-up and delivery service in the Montgomery area, allowing customers to easily remix dirty clothes, except for birthday suits, which can be cleaned, but can only be dried during sprints through the university's quad.
Having compiled 33 years of art-teaching experience, Barb Grimes guides students in her art classes as they learn a multitude of techniques and work with an orchestra of color. With only 12 students per class, paintbrushes receive extra instruction with every stroke and Jackson Pollock–esque splash. All artwork created by aspiring artists will be able to be taken home and posted to refrigerator doors, used for show-and-tell, or uploaded to personal blogs for international feedback and acclaim. Classes are currently scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Call to reserve your class.