Seaside Catering Company’s deli chefs start anew each day as they craft carryout lunch meals, frozen hors d’oeuvres, and platters of prepared, multicultural fare to sate guests' appetites. Hold breakfast in each hand with a duo of muffins laden with bacon, egg, and cheese ($2), or bury taste buds under avalanches of frozen 12-piece packages of italian sausage-stuffed mushrooms ($9.50). A quart of butternut-squash soup ($9) warms mouths or melts down gaudy ice sculptures. Up to 10 people can excavate platters of traditional quiche lorraine or chicken and artichoke quiche ($19.50) before leading spoons on a hike up the sugary peaks of pumpkin spice-bread pudding, baked in batches of 16 or 32 ounces ($4.50; $7.50).
iWink Studios' squad of professional shutterbugs collaborates with clientele in front of and behind the lens with shoots, studio rentals, and photography courses. Offering both in-studio and on-location shoots at destinations throughout Orange County, photographers frame acting headshots, weddings, newborns, and boudoir models, all of whose sessions yield quality prints and retouched digital images. Meanwhile, novice photographers can rent cameras, lenses, and lighting equipment for their own shoot in one of iWink Studios' private 25'x41' or 27'x34' spaces. Studio rentals additionally supply guests with models, makeup artists, hairstylists, and personal training for smile muscles. Elsewhere, photography classes enrich apprentices in picture-taking techniques, with courses on digital-photography fundamentals, shooting with studio lights, and weekly workshops that cover a rotating range of topics.
The owners of Wicked Wiches never cut corners when it comes to their gourmet sandwiches. All of their sauces are made from scratch using local, organic, and sustainable ingredients whenever possible. The bread is made locally, too; all sandwiches are served on a freshly baked eight-inch roll slathered in homemade mustard. The restaurant’s focus on fresh, homemade food earned praise from the Orange County Register.
A menu of reworked classics includes the bada bing ‘wich stacked with hot capicolla, mortadella, prosciutto, salami, ham, and provolone cheese and the patty ‘wich, a vegetarian mix of pesto, balsamic-glazed heirloom tomatoes, mozzarella, and fresh basil. In addition, the small eatery features a new specialty sandwich each week inspired by the season and that week’s catchiest radio jingle. Diners can pair ‘wiches with kettle chips and a root beer or other specialty soda from the Main Root soda fountain.
Eschewing the cramped booths of yore, the staff of Triumph Photo Booth lend out open booths that fit more guests and allow others to watch. This interactive concept puts a fun twist on the photos, which users enhance with a huge array of provided props. Touchscreen controls allow them to choose between black-and-white or color photos, all of which can be embossed with custom event designs.
Sophistication, confidence, grace. The instructors at Family Dance Studios instill all three in their students—and have a blast doing it. Since 1996, the team has taught thousands of former left-footers to waltz, tango, rumba, and more. In addition to learning the steps of a favorite dance, classes also offer a great way to sneak in a workout and make new friends.
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