In addition to gathering critical data, WeALLCount’s volunteers hand out vouchers for food, share information on local resources, and distribute hygiene kits to provide temporary relief and comfort while the organization seeks long-term solutions. Each hygiene kit costs $3 to assemble, and includes soap, a toothbrush, a small towel, and other bath and care products in a reusable bag. RTFH needs additional funding to meet its goal of distributing 1,000 hygiene kits.
Poway Fun Bowl invites families and friends to pummel pins on its 32 bowling lanes. Pizzas, café food, and sodas fuel their 10-frame games, before players retreat to Jimmy-Z Lounge to kick back with a drink or root for their favorite sportscasters on one of 10 TVs. Lounge patrons can also hone their accuracy at the dartboards, sink shots on seven pool tables, or boldly wave red scarves to tease the mechanical bull.
Behind the vertical columns and manicured hedgerows of the art-deco district's Ocean Reef hotel, the salon and spa’s aestheticians and massage therapists pamper bodies with nourishing head-to-toe therapies. Mere steps from Miami Beach and bustling Collins Avenue, the spa is surrounded by myriad local promenades on which to flaunt physiques newly nourished by hair, body, and facial treatments, as well as waxing. Clients can park cars or their Shetland ponies on the street, or take advantage of Ocean Reef's valet service.
Frog's Fitness eases members into healthier living with access to first-rate exercise equipment and a bevy of sweat-inducing group fitness classes. Torch calories after a long day of gravy rafting with a cardiovascular rowing course, or turn your torso into a supernatural paragon of definition with a core-conditioning class. Frog’s Fitness's site-specific training and services include aquatic fitness programs and [tennis] (http://gr.pn/kvCqDF) (extra fees may apply for advanced classes and lessons). Kranking classes challenge patrons to power bicycle-like machines with their hands and operate weighted chopsticks with their feet in a multipronged workout as intense as a checkers game against the Hulk. Membership also includes an initial health and fitness assessment, and every location except the Hotel Circle South location offers supervised child-care with advance reservations.
Cafe Luna is a family-style, family-owned, galactic culinary ambassador that delivers refined recipes in an elegant atmosphere of pale brick walls, scarlet curtains, and sinewy metal architecture. Appetites are introduced to a menu piloted by raw filet mignon carpaccio with fresh arugula, capers, and shallots ($13) that leads pasta and protein passengers. Handmade pasta sheets form the signature rosetta, rolled with ham and swiss before being sliced and baked in a creamy parmesan ($15), as well as the capelli di gamberi, mingling angel-hair pasta with sautéed prawns ($21). Large hungers can be substituted by the sautéed flavors of vitello marsala, a veal scaloppini in a creamy marsala wine sauce with mushrooms ($21).
Kidding Around's indoor playground unfurls with 4,000 square feet of play space for sock-donning children, toddlers, and infants to stay physically active and thoroughly entertained. Kids romp through the tangle of slides and tubes that make up the two-level climbing maze or hop into plastic cars to reenact their favorite traffic jams. Two wooden train tables instill tykes with uncontainable glee and an understanding of transnational-shipping routes, whereas two inflatable jumpers, one specifically for toddlers, allow for gravitational exploration. All toys and structures receive a full sanitization several times a day, and the playground's solitary entrance is kept secure by watchful cameras, the vigilant staff, and a teddy-bear bouncer.
At Cheers Bar & Grill, customers sizzle up everything from steaks to burgers and brats, served any way a guest orders. Though they keep pints flowing all day long, the bar transitions into a 21-and-older establishment once the grill shuts down for the night. After that, the remaining crowd bonds over drinks from the full bar. At 1 a.m., the kitchen shuts down for the night to prepare for another day.