The sound of fire. The igniting exhalation before the steady breath of the flame sustains. The heat pulsing steadily outward from the steel grill—you feel it on your glowing face. But the chef looks cool. He’s a master, after all; a flat, metal spatula in one hand and an enormous, sharp knife in the other. Kani House’s teppanyaki tables are no strangers to the action of hibachi, where these chefs entertain their guests before plating seared steak and scallops alongside fresh, sautéed vegetables. The steady sushi masters may not share their compatriots’ outward exuberance, but their work is just as delicious. From behind their long bar, they assemble maki cylinders with tender cuts of fatty tuna and bright salmon, artfully arranging cuts of more than 50 specialty rolls in the shape of gentle caterpillars or fearsome members of the Japanese Diet. Bright bamboo panels and natural stone add to the vibrant ambiance, surrounding diners with dark-wood and nuanced accents that keep the focus on the beauty of excellent cuisine.
CiCi?s Pizza combines the variety of a buffet with the thrill of bottomless pizza. Each pie is crafted with dough made from scratch daily and then slathered with homemade marinara and showered with toppings ranging from traditional pepperoni and Italian-style sausage to creative combinations including buffalo chicken and mac 'n' cheese. The buffet is stocked with a plethora of fresh pastas, as well as signature salads with the option to put tossing talents to the test at the salad bar. After they've feasted on savory options, diners can revisit the buffet for dessert including freshly baked brownies, slices of apple pizza, and cinnamon rolls drizzled with icing?or they can eat dessert first, thereby tearing an irreparable hole in the space-time continuum.
Dinner With The Mob's cast of seedy characters engages audiences with an evening of laughs, intrigue, and suspense in an interactive murder-mystery performance paired with a three-course meal. Members of the talented troupe have sharpened dramatic slaying skills on the small screen in CSI and Criminal Minds, and a Grammy-winning music director adds tense tunes to each whodunit. Sugo Restaurant’s blood-red walls and antique photos serve as a swanky backdrop to the PG-13 show’s mob-related crimes and post-curtain-call algebra quiz.
Know exactly what you're having for dinner weeks ahead with today's tastily organized Groupon: $45 gets you your choice of six pre-portioned, sliced, and freezer-stored meals with Dream Dinners, a $110 value. Dream Dinners allows you to execute six meals worth of cooking labor in one prepstravaganza (three servings per meal). Prep assembly is included in this deal, so you can either schedule a time to pick up the prepped ingredients, or, if you're the hands-on type, select a time to visit , and get slicing and dicing yourself (either way, you'll be visiting its commercial kitchen located in Roswell). When you're through, you'll take pre-portioned, sliced, and seasoned meals home to stick in the freezer to be whipped out and cooked up in the blink of a whisk.A couple, or family of three: Up to six dinners.A family of four to six people: Up to three dinners. An extremely passive-aggressive softball team: Two uncomfortable dinners. The cast of short-lived 1997 Anthology crime series Gun: Six episodes. A firefly: More dinners than could be consumed in an entire lifetime, for the life of a firefly is ever so brief.
At Lulu’s Bakery, students learn the art of decadent desserts in five weekend baking classes taught by Chef Rawl, a graduate of the French Culinary Institute in New York. Teach fingers to shape truffles of two varieties, mold caramel treats, and slip a chocolate coat over toffee's shoulders in the chocolate candies class. Dough reinvents itself as edible art in the sweet and savory tarts course, tastily enveloping quiche, creating a chocolate short crust around delicious ganache filling, and forming pastries more elegant than a powdered-wig fight. A bakery breakfast class teaches a.m. eaters how to construct fruit and cheese danishes and bake buttery scones, while a French desserts class whispers the mysteries of the crème brulee and the éclair into ears hungry for pastry knowledge.