Known for its generous portions and expansive menu, The Lunch Box Spot is a perennial favorite for midday munchers and noontime nibblers. Between-the-slice options are always served on The Lunch Box Spot's freshly baked bread and are constructed using layers of high-quality sliced meat and fresh-faced fillings. Hot subs (4", $4.69; 8", $7.29; 12" $9.29) breach the surface with options such as the chicken alfredo, which places alfredo-sauced chicken fingers atop a bed of spinach with tomato and red-onion pillows. Specialty sandwiches ($6.59) mosey into the culinary corral with the Southwestern (sliced chicken breast cooped up inside a pita with munster cheese, lettuce, tomato, and bacon-ranch dressing). Burgers pack a punch with a variety of 1/3 pounders ($3.99–$5.69), such as the black and blue burger, whose Cajun seasonings and crumbled blue cheese agreed to make peace after a court-ordered flavor-management class. Hunger-fighting sidekicks include finger-lickers such as fried mushrooms with blue cheese ($3.49), as well as a variety of homemade side salads ($1.69–$2.39).
Rusted Root is a six-member jam-centric rock band that transcends genres with influences from Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, and parts of space still unidentified. With more than 3 million albums sold worldwide, Rusted Root has been crushing live shows with an energetic stage presence and incredible sound since their 1992 debut. The talented sound architects might blast eardrums with the high-paced jam "Ecstasy", soulfully bring the crowd "Back to the Earth", and perhaps even shindig on stage with the crowd favorite "Send Me on My Way", which happens to be NASA's choice as "wake-up" music for the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
Penfield Flower Shop Inc.’s professional flower gurus arrange petals in a splendid variety of floral bouquets and gifts and cheerfully guide customers to the botanic display that best suits their needs. A Tender Trio of pink roses bat their dewy eyelids amid tastefully arranged green foliage for a sprightly side-table enhancer ($29.99). Commemorate special occasions or the few remaining historical events un-sullied by quantum-leaping meddlers with a bouquet from Penfield's bouquet selections designed for note-worthy calendar squares such as birthdays, anniversaries, and the Fourth of July. Meanwhile, miniature rose bushes ($29.99–$49.99) make for fragrant decorations and gorgeous mouth-accessories for spicy salsa dancers. For a less thorny bloomer, the Daisy Daydreams arrangement adds a prismatic pop to any room, sprouting purple, pink, and green hues from a simple white bamboo basket ($29.99–$49.95).
For more than 25 years, Kiddie Kollege has fostered a love of learning in kids age 6 weeks–12 years, offering safe, nurturing day-care programs led by a caring and experienced staff. Staff members develop individual schedules for each child age 6 weeks–18 months, curious kids 18 months–3 years develop their motor coordination and confidence with structured activities, and preschool kids, age 3–5, participate in a storybook-based curriculum that introduces literacy, language, math, and science. Staff members assess each child twice a year to identify developing skills and needs. Kids age 5–12 build friendships and academic skills with book readings, games, and field trips, along with supervised science experiments where they'll learn how to transmogrify homework about physics into homework about fudgsicles. The staff-to-child ratio is four to one for infants, five to one for toddlers, eight to one for preschoolers, and ten to one for school-aged children.
Microworx provides computer sales and service to businesses and residential customers. Our retail store has a large selection of laptops, desktops, monitors, peripherals, upgrade components, networking equipment, cables and just about everything you need for your computer.
A privately owned delicatessen and lunch bistro for more than 80 years, Swan Market delivers deliciously umlauted deli meats with an authentic German sensibility. The market's staff makes every sausage on the lunch menu by hand and also hand-slices all cold cuts using well-placed karate chops. Prime rusty palates with a sausage appetizer before feasting on hearty schnitzel, sauerbraten, or the most German dish of all: Hungarian goulash. Edible addendums of potato salad, sauerkraut, and spaetzle will further insulate ribs against winter chills and misfired cannonballs. And like a good German restaurant or bad German daycare center, Swan Market keeps a slate of imported Deutsch beers on tap ($3.50/glass, $12/pitcher). Lunch items are typically between $7 and $8. Most of Swan Market's wares can also be bought for $4.99 to $7.99 per pound at its deli counter.