Come hungry and leave happy! Tailgator's Sports Bar and Grill in Greenville aims to please even the pickiest eater.
Tailgator's Sports Bar and Grill does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere.
Your large group can all sit together at Tailgator's Sports Bar and Grill.
Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most Tailgator's Sports Bar and Grill patrons come in casual attire.
Tailgator's Sports Bar and Grill is located near a parking lot, which many diners take advantage of.
With prices below $15 per person, you can eat at Tailgator's Sports Bar and Grill as often as you like!
Jason and Jenni Blackburn of Belle Fiole Tanning take the guesswork?and much of the risk?out of UV tanning. First, they perform a skin analysis to assess the skin's sensitivity to UV rays. With that info in mind, they
tailor sessions in their advanced tanning beds to individual needs. These sessions are designed to allow pigments time to develop naturally, increasing skin's resistance to UV light. This step helps reduce the incidence of burning and skin damage?both common issues for people who tan on their own.
A distributor of children's playground and sports equipment, Recreations Outlet has been fortifying playtime with safely constructed fun fixtures since 1990. The outlet houses an expansive show room brandishing apparatuses that parents can purchase and install at home, such as monkey towers, and fenced-in Springfree trampolines that keep kids in and competitive kangaroos out. In addition to its regular shopping hours, Recreations Outlet invites little ones to come test out the fun factor of its wares during open-play sessions or hosted birthday parties.
Dubois Book Store's merchandise-packed shelves invoke college spirit, forming aisles of classic apparel and accessories. Students, parents, and brilliant 6-year-olds that have already made their university choice can cover themselves with student pride by sporting a logo-emblazoned T (adults $14.95+). Bearcat fanatics can adorn their décolletage with the good-luck charm of a C-Paw necklace ($9.95), and Miami grads can stay warm in a vintage-style hoodie ($39.95, $41.95 for XXL) while fending off taunting Bearcats in the Ohio wilds. Stuffed mascot teddy bears ($9.95+ Miami, $12.95+ Cincinnati) grant backpack owners on-the-go cuddling, and a slew of in-store knick-knacks and souvenirs such as the Miami “Heart” shot glass ($6.95) reminds forgetful alums of glory years spent building physics experiments out of glassware.
The experienced massage therapists at Oxford Medical Health and Wellness Center unbundle tightly wound bodies with custom massages that combine a variety of techniques. Drawing from an optional consultation, therapists target deep-seated body aches and muscle groups in the shape of bull’s eyes with a blend of deep-tissue, trigger-point, and relaxation massage tailored to individual needs. Wellness wizards service each client with a strict adherence to a no-wait policy, allowing pained patients to arrive at appointments and immediately undergo a treatment to calm body, mind, and wristwatch alarms.
In 1939, James Clark bought Belmont Pharmacy, where he had worked as store pharmacist. His son, James Clark Jr., followed him into the business, and eventually the enthusiastic, dedicated family began opening additional branches. Today, a third-generation Clark, Tim, oversees the operation of the eight locations.
Each location mingles old-fashioned corner-store friendliness with modern health-care tools. Medical equipment, such as lift chairs and canes, ease home life, as do prescription medications that can be delivered by a friendly staff member. The Huber Heights location also has a compounding pharmacy, in which highly trained workers customize prescriptions to individual needs, combining multiple medications into a single dosage, adding kid-friendly flavors, or carving each pill into the shape of a white blood cell.