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The cooks at Sammy’s reinvent American diner classics by piling 1/3-pound beef patties with unusual ingredients and blending numerous varieties of pie into gourmet milk shakes. Burger behemoths include Ben's Big Belly Burger, with a meaty base that hides beneath swiss cheese, grilled onions, grilled pineapple, guacamole, teriyaki sauce, and mayonnaise. Other treats include the Hey Nikki You're So Fine grilled-chicken sandwich and the Something About Mary, a black-bean patty caught in a farcical love hexagon of sautéed onions, pepper jack, pico de gallo, avocado, lettuce, and tomato.

In addition to concocting signature pie shakes in flavors such as mint Oreo and four different types of cheesecake, the team at Sammy's blends smoothies, regular shakes and malts, and cupcake shakes in flavors such as spiced carrot cake with cream-cheese frosting. Alongside the reformed diner fare, Sammy's regularly serves up live music events and a hip, relaxed atmosphere.

25 W Center St.
Pleasant Grove,
Utah
US

While the moon rises during a crisp autumn night over the Castle theater, audiences tense up as they watch the Headless Horsemen torment Ichabod Crane in Mahonri Stewart's adaptation of Washington Irving's classic tale. Stewart seasons the yarn's supernatural creeps and crawls with comedic moments. Designed to look like a castle courtyard, the outdoor venue transports viewers to the past, when spectral horsemen, poorly lit dirt roads, and uncontrollable pumpkin fires were commonplace. The theater company further embraces autumn by selling traditional fall goodies such as hot chocolate and caramel apples (not included with this Groupon).

20 South Main Street
Pleasant Grove,
UT
US

Bree Johnson was just 14 when she kicked off her lustrous dancing career as a performer in the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Olympics. Since then, she's carried the torch of success even further, eventually winning titles such as Miss Congeniality and landing dream jobs on So You Think You Can Dance, the MTV Music Awards, and numerous TV commercials. Fueled by her successful foray in the world of professional dance, she decided to share her passion in an accessible way that inspires others to lead healthy and active lives. To pull off such an endeavor, she enlisted a team of talented instructors to help her cultivate a supportive and educational community where dancers of all fitness levels can get in shape during unique aerobic Ballet Blast fitness classes.

Bree and her team combine intense cardio with dancer-specific moves while blaring high-energy tunes, aiming to equip students with increased flexibility, slimmer waistlines, and lean muscles similar to those of ballerinas and drawn-and-quartered bodybuilders.

90 South Main Street
Pleasant Grove,
UT
US

Doctor of Chiropractic Joe Kepo’o puts his patients on the path of wellness with spinal adjustments, nutritional supplements, and natural allergy treatments. He sees patients of all ages and encourages whole families to come in together to tend to their health in unison.

28 North 100 East
Pleasant Grove,
UT
US

Diviine ModesTee’s Sweet Innocence dress collection matches modern fabrics and flair to classic shapes, eschewing short cuts and low necklines in favor of demure styles. Customers can tuck torsos into the high-sheen fabric of a blue Taylor dress ($79), or don the red-seamed stretch satin of a Vanessa dress ($99) to maintain professional appearances, whether conducting a company meeting or leading rounds of the Macarena. A blue Serena dress ($96) with an empire waistline can flatter a wide range of figures, and the long purple ruffles and conservative neckline of an Eliza dress ($89) make it an ideal choice for self-conscious mannequins.

663 W State Rd
Pleasant Grove,
UT
US

The year was 1968. Just four days after the Purple Turtle had opened its doors, high-school senior Clark Evans joined the ranks of the kitchen’s burger-flippers. A quick study, he spent his days learning the ropes of the restaurant business. Eleven short years later, he bought the eatery from original owners Lloyd and Linda Ash. Now, though decades have passed, the kitchen team still prepares fast-food classics with the same attention to detail that helped Clark launch his career. The cooks cut fillets of halibut by hand for fish ‘n’ chips, slice fresh onions for onion rings, and grill burgers to order rather than pulling them from a cryogenic freezer. They also understand the value of an honest dessert, sweetening postmeal moments with shakes, banana splits, and ice-cream cones.

85 E State Rd
Pleasant Grove,
UT
US