Offerdahl's, the brainchild of former Dolphins linebacker John Offerdahl and his wife, showcases a menu loaded with fresh bagels, sandwiches, burgers, and exotic entrees. Head south of the border with the Fiesta bowl ($7.79–$9.29), a tango of grilled chicken, black beans, cheddar, yellow rice, and guacamole; or make a western voyage with the Pacific Rim grilled salmon ($8.99–10.49), accompanied by ginger slaw, rice, and teriyaki-sesame sauce. The hot chipotle steak sandwich ($7.99) features an all-star lineup of caramelized onions, bleu cheese, and mushrooms. Stomachs left growling after a full night's sleep can tuck into the breakfast bounty at Offerdahl's, which includes bagels ($0.94) and egg scramblers ($4.49) served with cheesy potatoes and a choice of a bagel, toast, or a cassette of The Best of Bread.
Bargello Bistro plates up a menu of refined comfort-cuisine recipes hailing from such warm-water coasts as Italy, Greece, and Morocco. A bowl of Tuscan minestrone soup ($4.25) makes a fine precursor to a hearty plate of coconut shrimp, served in a sauce that is sweet, spicy, and surprisingly well read ($9.25). A savory selection of gourmet sandwiches quells lunch- and dinnertime cravings ($10.45–$13.45), and Bargello's weekend breakfast menu catches early birds with an appetizing array of omelettes, pancakes, and breakfast paninis ($9.95 each) that can be served in half portions for children under 12 and peckish centaurs ($6.95).
Happy Playz beckons youngsters ages 0–6 to traverse its age-appropriate playplaces while parents enjoy free WiFi near the cappuccino bar. Small tots boost their hand-eye coordination in the activity center or scrutinize their outfits in various mirrors throughout the multihued recreation station. A magnetic-bug center delights fledgling scientists with refrigerator-door residents whereas a pretend doctor's office teaches tykes about health and how to correctly ask for a doctor's note to get out of their taxes. Just beyond the bounds of the play area, an on-site café slings a bevy of kid-friendly cuisine including macaroni and cheese ($3.50), mini pitas with hummus ($3), and classic cheeseburgers ($3).
The gourmet treats at Häagen-Dazs delight discerning palates with a variety of frozen goodies in indulgent flavors. Made from top-quality ingredients, Haagen-Dazs ice creams and sorbets confidently fill cups and top cones ($3.73–$5.61) or blend into shakes ($6.38) and smoothies ($6.38) in an attempt to lose taste-bud tails. Each Dazzler's three scoops of ice cream settle under whipped-cream peaks, with flavors including Dulce Split, Mint Chip, and Rocky Road ($6.38). Patrons select toppings, sauces, and ice-cream flavors to form customizable sundaes ($4.73-$7.12), or deploy straws to taste a Sorbet Sipper ($6.38), which is made of sorbet and then sipped.
Upon graduating from the bright, six-studio facility of Dance Empire of Miami, dancers have gone on to enroll at Juilliard, win So You Think You Can Dance, and join Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake onstage. The curriculum here is serious, with a team of eight dedicated instructors who teach students of all ages how to paint a stage with expert-level dance technique. Since 1998, the dance school has made a name for itself thanks to its vast array of courses, regular recitals, and accomplished alumni.
Click here for the London Square location.A couple, or family of three: Up to six dinners.A family of four to six people: Up to three dinners.An extremely passive-aggressive softball team: Two uncomfortable dinners.The cast of short-lived 1997 anthology crime series Gun: Six episodes.A firefly: More dinners than could be consumed in an entire lifetime, for the life of a firefly is ever so brief.