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Entering the arena within LazerTag Extreme is like stepping into a fast-paced video game. More than 5,000 square feet of playing space sends competitors up and down ramps and searching for cover across multiple levels. Beyond laser-based competition—which also includes a Lazermaze—LazerTag Extreme boasts an arcade filled with video and redemption games.
A trip to the dentist should be as relaxing as a trip to the spa, according to Dr. Iris Han, owner of Luxe Dental Studio. Inside this oasis of oral wellness, jitters melt faster than Mercury's ration of fresh moon cheese. Movie plots unfold on a screen stationed near an ErgoSoothe chair, whose soft leather gently massages muscles during services such as teeth whitening, digital x-rays, and root-canal therapy. Essential oils emanate soothing scents throughout the studio's treatments, and a hot, clean towel concludes each visit with a burst of refreshment. Dr. Han complements the tranquil atmosphere with a friendly personality and extensive knowledge of smile design, which she's honed at the UCLA School of Dentistry and a series of residencies in the Los Angeles area.
For 65 years, Jim’s Fallbrook Market's friendly and knowledgeable staff has guided shoppers through a superior selection of deli, dairy, and produce to stock locals' pantries with flavorful comestibles. Carnivores can regale in Jim's extensive bevy of meats sliced and diced by seasoned butchers who serve up Harris Ranch carne asada ($8.99/lb.) and savory portions of stuffed pork chops ($6.99/lb.). With fresh seafood delivered daily, shoppers can eschew edible top hats and dress up a dull meal with ahi tuna ($11.99/lb.), farm-raised salmon fillets ($13.49/lb.), or large scallops ($13.99/lb.). Finish off gastronomical bundles with a bottle of wine hand-picked from Jim's extensive wineporium packed with nectars from international lands (up to a $15 value). Patrons can opt to flood the palate with thirst-quenching droplets from a bottle of Midnight Cellars cabernet sauvignon ($11.89) or let the Queen of Hearts pinot noir trade poker tips with a gambling tongue ($12.49). Although not included in this Groupon, feasts can also be supplemented with offerings from Jim's deli, barbecue, and beer assortments.
As sure as the sun rose each morning, Izuto “Izzy” Otani would stroll down to the beach before work, fishing pole in hand, to begin the day with his favorite pastime. Inspired to make his hobby his life, Izzy left his current business to open the Izzy Otani Fish Market in 1952. Over the years, he and his wife Helen began to prepare Japanese and Mexican dishes for market visitors, beginning the grocery’s slow transformation into a full-fledged restaurant. They’ve been serving hungry customers ever since.
More than 60 years later, Otani’s, recently awarded the Downtown Business of the Year Award by the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce, still serves fish in homemade sauces and recipes made from scratch each day. They spice up fried red snapper in fish tacos, char broil tasty slabs of salmon, and coat oysters and shrimp with a light, crispy tempura shell. They specialize particularly in boneless filets—a true delicacy in the United States, where fish have not yet evolved to shed their primitive skeletons.
The key ingredients for Indian, Nepalese, and Sri Lankan cuisine line the shelves at Annapurna, a 5-year-old South Asian grocery store. Its stock of more than 100 spice mixes prepare patrons to flavor classics such as tandoori chicken and chana masala, and diverse dal mixes draw on chickpeas, split peas, and lentils for their hearty flavor. Mouth-watering treats such as whole coconuts and packets of papadum—crunchy Indian crackers—complement incense sticks in scents such as lavender and jasmine.Toward the back of the store, a freshly opened deli dishes up hot, ready-to-eat Indian cuisine. Biryanis fuse basmati rice with vegetables or proteins ranging from chicken to tender goat meat, and samosas envelop savory fillings in a golden brown crust. The deli’s smoothie-like lassis neutralize spice with their yogurt bases, calming tongues without requiring them to lick the nearest teddy bear.