Chef James Peterson bills himself a risk-taker, and not just because he rides a Harley. His custom ground Angus beef is just the foundation for adventurous dishes such as the Spicy Bleu: the burger-equivalent of a buffalo wing platter with blue cheese, spicy wing sauce, celery, and carrots.
Self-expression, self-acceptance, leadership development, and healthy life choices: these are things that all young people deserve. one?n?ten works to ensure that LGBTQ youth get those opportunities alongside their peers by creating a safe space, both mentally and physically, for them to reach their potential. At one?n?ten?s Youth Center, young people between the ages of 14 to 24 from all socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds can take place in weekly discussion groups or talk one-on-one with peers in a supervised setting. The center's programs include everything from Q High, a staff-guided online high school diploma program, to job-interviewing training and LGBTQ youth camp. one?n?ten collaborates with a variety of other organizations that help young people, including the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS and the Native American Community Health Center.
Specializing in flavor-drenched pastas and hearty subs, Calabria proffers a multifarious menu of authentic Italian eats. Calabria’s seasoned pasta herders use high-quality ingredients to shepherd flocks of ravioli and homemade meatballs into awaiting mouth pens ($8.50), while plump pillows of gnocchi accompanied by meatballs ($9.50) or chicken parmigiana or sausage ($10.50 each) smother daydreaming taste buds with potent palatability. Fresh-baked bread supplied from area bakeries ensconces succulent subs such as the Calabrese lady packed with a chicken cutlet, fresh mozzarella, and roasted red peppers ($8.95). Top off a chicken-salad sandwich ($7.25) with a pastry-swaddled cannoli ($1.25), and drink in the fresh air of an al fresco dining experience at one of Calabria’s sun-drenched outdoor tables.