Mountain Mike’s Pizza keeps belly bearings well lubricated with its selection of topping-laden pizzas, oven-kissed sandwiches, and more. Like a fleet-footed yeti, Mountain Mike’s Pizza's menu deftly scales rocky heights with its selection of mountain-themed specialty pizzas, such as the 12-inch Everest and Snowy Alps pizzas, each stacked with a savory selection of Old World pepperoni, onion, olives, and more ($17.99). With two types of crust, four sauces, and 26 toppings, diners can craft their own perfect pies.
Nestled above the Northern California fog line, the pair of rustic valley courses at Diablo Grande Golf & Country Club challenge players with 36 championship-caliber holes amid breathtaking views of surrounding vineyards, hills, and canyons. The Ranch Course's rolling terrain, typified by the challenging 12th hole, tests golfers’ nerves with oak-lined fairways, ball-gobbling creeks, and roving herds of wild golf carts. The masterfully engineered Legends Course hearkens back to the refined play of old-school golf, and, along with the Space Needle, was co-designed by Jack Nicklaus and Gene Sarazen. Along the trek to 18, sphere-slingers revel in each fairway’s long, wide-open landing strips, putt over the demanding small greens, and take cover from club-snatching ospreys in the course’s numerous deep bunkers. Although twosomes may quibble over which course to play, a cart rental keeps them from arguing over traversing the course by foot or the traditional method of riding atop a Scottish sheep.
Run by fourth-generation apricot farmer Paul Fantozzi, Fantozzi Farms spends the majority of its efforts growing a variety of crops such as apricots, olives, corn, and gourds. But since 2003, the farm has also shown its love of fall by providing an autumnal corn maze. Spanning 25 acres and more than 5 miles of paths, the maze conceals 12 checkpoints for intrepid explorers to discover. Meanwhile, the courtyard holds child-friendly attractions such as a hay-bale pyramid, weekend pig races, and corn cannons—with sharpshooters winning a free pumpkin from the patch. And for those who'd like to check their heartbeats with frights and scares after relaxing at a large picnic area and visiting the farm animals, Friday and Saturday evening showcase a haunted corn maze—where visitors carrying flashlights test their wits against costumed frighteners.
Mrs. Sharon VanBelle and Mr. Blaine VanBelle both boast the title of fifth-degree black belt in taekwondo, earned through years of competing in sparring, unarmed forms, weaponry tests, and more. They share their hard-won knowledge with students 3 and older, starting kids on the path to black belts of their own. The VanBelle's specialize in Songahm taekwondo, a branch of the martial art that uses powerful kicks and well-timed blocks to keep artists fighting at a distance. Like all forms of taekwondo, though, training for the young stresses developing a positive mental attitude and the ability to set and reach goals over the need to break every brick in sight.
Sisters-in-law Tricia and Ana’s mutual love for baking and decorating cupcakes blossomed into Delish, where they fashion dozens of the frosted treats alongside other decadent dessert options. Cupcakes come in a variety of basic and specialty flavors that include creamy fillings and a choice of 12 frostings, one for each letter of the alphabet. Tricia and Ana make each batch to order, incorporating quality ingredients and locally sourced, seasonal fruits into batches for delivery or pickup.
The majority of Sun Serenity's services target the entire body, leaving clients confident all over. To acquire a bronze glow, guests can pose for VersaSpa spray tanning, or recline inside a level 2 or level 4 bed. Red-light therapy incorporates different types of beams, combating acne and signs of aging as well as aches in the joints. The spa also offers cellulite-smoothing body wraps, teeth whitening, and massages.