This Jose Garces establishment focuses not on Spain, but on Mexico City. If you can take your eyes off of the neon paint and the booth made out of a taxi cab, sample some lobster guacamole or one of five kinds of ceviche. On Tuesday nights, tacos stuffed with pulled pork and coconut-habanero chicken are only $2.
Pork belly, chicken, veggies, and turkey are a few alternatives to beef patties at City Tap House. But the classic Tap burger does just fine with beef from Creekstone Farms and rustic cheddar from Lancaster. Enjoy any of the restaurant’s burgers with a view from the rooftop terrace.
Jazzercise is 60 minutes of cardio, strength training, and stretching that incorporates moves from hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing, and resistance training with handheld weights. Dancing with the Stars multiple-champion Cheryl Burke is a big fan of Jazzercise's improvisational workouts, though luckily you won't need her dance moves to get the most out of your class. If you're prone to first-class jitters, though, you can review the basic moves online before you go. Expect to burn up to 500 calories with each go-round.
Queen of Sheba Ethiopian Bar & Restaurant serves delicious Ethiopian-style dishes in an elegant atmosphere. The restaurant was named for the queen who visited King Solomon in ancient biblical times. As the story goes, after the king answered all the Queen of Sheba’s riddles, she gave him many expensive gifts. Some historical records show that the queen was impregnated by King Solomon and gave birth to a son (Menelik I) who became the first of the Ethiopian royal dynasty. The menu includes many Ethiopian favorites such as lamb stew, Kefto, Kaye Wate, and Alicha, which is scrambled injera with lamb or beef. There are also regular menu items such as chicken tenders, fried fish, and spaghetti. The restaurant is open daily and has karaoke every Thursday. They have a full-service bar that sells beer and cocktails. They do recommend reservations. The restaurant is located at 4511 Baltimore Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
As a certified shiatsu practitioner, massage therapist Robert Sprinkle bases his massage strokes on the same meridian points used by acupuncturists. Doing so allows him to achieve what he considers the ultimate goal of any massage: to return the body to its natural state of relaxation. Tapping into more than 20 massage modalities, he customizes strokes to accommodate a range of bodily needs, such as relieving localized pain, migraines, and low immunity.
Landmark American Tap & Grill aims to live up to its name, providing a dining destination for patrons seeking classic, seasonal American cuisine matched with a rotating selection of craft draughts and bottles. The ever-evolving menu features appetite-slaking classics such as wings, burgers, and ribs, and a unique brunch spread showcases brioche french toast and savory breakfast nachos made with home fries. Bites pair with beers crafted in stateside cities such as Detroit and Grand Rapids, as well as those from overseas locales.
Diners sit at the polished bar or pull up vibrant red chairs to tables, sharing conversations and toasts to toasting amid exposed brick walls. The Landmark also provides a late-night menu to ensure performances aren’t underscored by growling stomachs.