Judas Priest, the influential English rock band that helped define heavy-metal culture, crescendos a globetrotting career on its farewell Epitaph tour. After nearly four decades of shaking Hades's chandeliers with defibrillating beats, jackhammer guitars, and vocals that earn restraining orders from glass, the crew of Judas Priest is revving through one last career-encompassing victory lap, leaving no head unbanged before hanging up its chaps. Singer Rob Halford hits and holds nearly unattainable notes in anthems that may include "Breaking the Law," "You've Got Another Thing Comin'," or "Mary Had a Little Lamb.” Gracing the stage in the open air of the amphitheater, legendary ax-grinder Zakk Wylde leads Black Label Society through a parade of questionable lullabies, and the boisterous lads of Thin Lizzy pump out hits that encourage inter-office dating at classic-rock stations.
When the owners of Crawdaddy's decided to put a little bit of New Orleans' distinctive flair right in the heart of Visalia, they knew it would take more than great cuisine. What makes New Orleans so unforgettable is that it caters to all the senses and makes the smallest outing a special event. To fill that tall order, they took residence in a spacious facility that could be an exciting venue for music, parties, libations, food, and sporting events, all in one electric, lively place.
The second-floor dining room welcomes guests with a menu of fresh seafood such as blackened catfish and bayou butter prawns. A fully stocked bar wets whistles, and balcony seating offers couples a romantic setting under the stars?all 50 of them. Meanwhile, more than a dozen flat-screen TVs light up the crowd in the first floor's sports bar, where a mixologist whips up creative cocktails and TVs whip up the big game. In the dining area of the first floor, Keith and the Crawdads treat diners to lively tunes during the evening, and on the second level the nightclub sends crowds into fits of dance spasms as late-night DJs spin everything from hip-hop to disco six days a week.
State Street Ballet's lithe dancers gracefully pirouette to classical masterpieces during performances modernized with special effects and digital technology. The season's first show, Starry Night, celebrates Vincent van Gogh's art in a multimedia performance that juxtaposes art, music, theater, dance, and text from the post-Impressionist's recovered Twitter feeds. Choreographed by celebrated dancesmith William Soleau, the ballet aims to mimic the flow of oil paint across a canvas through dancers’ movement as videos project a backdrop of collaged paintings and letters. The surfaces of the recently renovated Granada Theatre are also draped with art, from Moorish-inspired geometric patterns on the golden walls to decorative niches imbued with Old World grandeur.
For casual cuisine that everyone will enjoy, stop by Sand Bar for a Mexican-style menu in Santa Barbara's Lower State neighborhood.
It s best to save your lighter eating habits for another day, though, as
is not featured on the menu here.
Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Sand Bar won't disappoint.
Perfect for after-work outings, Sand Bar's happy hour is hard to beat.
Big groups always enjoy coming to Sand Bar.
Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Sand Bar's beautiful outdoor seating area.
Bring your laptop here and tap into the complimentary wifi.
Dine with fellow dancing machines — the restaurant is stocked with a lively, open floor.
Don't let your weekend plans get spoiled! Be sure to reserve a table if you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday since it can get pretty crowded.
Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Sand Bar, known for its laid-back ambience.
Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Sand Bar for their catering services.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from Sand Bar.
Sand Bar offers free parking just steps away from the door.
Your bill at Sand Bar will typically run less than $30 per person, so bring the whole gang!
The menu at Sand Bar includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
Family owned and operated since 1923, Metropolitan Theatres unspools blockbuster and art-house independent films at 19 locations in the U.S. and Canada using superior film presentation and digital sound systems. Theatre concession stands dole Coca-Cola products and detonate kernels of popcorn to fill bellies and share with encroaching Godzillas. Snacks in hand, customers sink into seats inside conventional or stadium-style theatres to laugh, gasp, and grimace at star-studded titles, such as The Grey, War Horse, or Hugo. Independent films such as The Artist and The Descendants appease creative tastes.
Grab some friends and head on over to San Buenaventura (Ventura)'s Karma Lounge for great pub grub.
The healthy menu items at Karma Lounge will leave you with a full stomach.
Groups of all sizes can easily be seated at Karma Lounge.
Call ahead for reservations to ensure your table is waiting for you when you arrive.
Dress is typically casual at Karma Lounge, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening.
Can't get enough of Karma Lounge's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events.
Parking is made simple at Karma Lounge, a local restaurant with nearby street and lot parking options.
Karma Lounge's mid-priced fare will typically cost you about $30 per person or less.
The only payment method that Karma Lounge accepts is cash.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Karma Lounge serves up all three meals.