The popular sandwich franchise offers an expansive selection of speedy snacks, including soups and salads. For a trimmer take, try a Torpedo ($4.00) or Bullet ($3.00), in which longer, leaner baguettes get packed with yummy stuffings, such as mozzarella, turkey, and basil pesto in the pesto turkey or heaping stacks of meat (ham, salami, capicola, pepperoni) in the italian. Other standouts include flatbread sammies ($3.00), flatbread salads ($3.19-5.99), and Quizno's famous subs ($4.49–$7.99). Match-make a bag of chips ($1.19) and drink ($1.59-$1.99) to its perfect sandwich mate for a full-fledged meal. View a complete menu here.
Award-winning executive chef Jay Ammons serves up authentic Creole cuisine in an approachable, yet upscale style, similar to a Rolls Royce with a hood ornament in the shape of Morgan Freeman. Send taste buds into a tizzy with menu items including the crab cakes, with jumbo lump crabmeat blended with Cajun spices and served with peach salsa ($11). J's shrimp and grits, meanwhile, feature blackened Gulf shrimp doggy-paddling in creamy Cajun-infused grits ($16). Sandwiches, such as the french dip served with turkey gravy jus ($9), and salads, such as the classic bistro cobb ($12), make for lighter lunchtime fare, ideal for pound-conscious boxers preparing for weigh-ins.
Golden Palace Restaurant's chefs spoon out hearty helpings of pho, vermicelli noodles, and rice entrees alongside other traditional Vietnamese dishes, as both large and small groups dine amid Eastern art. Chef's specials ($9.95) roll out a fish centerpiece in several culinary styles, including steamed with ginger and scallions, deep-fried in tomato sauce, or stuffed to stand on its tail in an attack pose. Tidbits of steak and meatballs bob on the surface of small ($5.95) and large ($7.25) bowls of pho, and vermicelli noodles entwine around chicken dressed in curry sauce ($7.50). Diners can display chopstick dexterity by snacking on individual grains of rice in the grilled pork with lemongrass ($7.25) or by scrawling calligraphy on the spring roll's ($2.95) edible wrapper to bottle and toss into one of the restaurant's aesthetic aquariums.
Scotti’s Pizza Palooza emits golden brown pizzas and hearty Italian fare from its dining area and at its speedy carryout window. Pizzas bear an array of meats to waiting mouths, such as the That's a Meaty Pie with sausage, pepperoni, meatball, ham, and bacon, or carry cargo that is closer to the earth with vegetarian options including the pizza Florentine with spinach, tomato, mushroom, and feta.
Being the miraculously complex organism that it is, the body can be injured in any number of ways, with stress, overuse, and underuse among the most damaging. Tamara and the other therapists at Northwest Florida Sports and Medical Spa specialize in using massage to relieve pain and restore motion lost from injury or excessive sofa use. Each practitioner possesses certification from the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards, and the team practices many different modalities on patients, selecting the proper treatment for each condition they come across, be it intensive neuromuscular therapy or a hot-stone massage.
Pretzelmaker draws its inspiration from fifth-century German monks, who are credited with inventing the first pretzels to reward children?s good deeds. Today, freshly baked pretzels and pretzel bites, seasoned with flavors ranging from iced cinnamon-swirl to barbecue chipotle, along with the old standby salt, reward any craving. To enhance the scrumptious experience, Pretzelmaker offers a selection of dipping sauces, including cheddar and caramel.