Babe's Old Fashioned Hamburgers delivers a sprawling lineup of delectable burgers and classic American eats. Fries are hand-cut, fried, and seasoned before accompanying juicy burgers piled with mushrooms, swiss cheese, or guacamole. Never-frozen chicken tenders arrive fresh and crispy alongside onion rings, fried mushrooms, or house salads with housemade dressings. Other options include pizzas topped with hamburger or veggies, milk shakes, and buffalo wings.
A car emblazoned with "student driver" can cause other motorists to approach with trepidation, but that title can also represent a new beginning and endless opportunities for many people. Rhodes Driving School seeks to make the freedom of the open road accessible to teens and young adults seeking permits and licenses. Its teachers lead students through a state-certified program that includes both classroom or online studies and behind-the-wheel instruction. Having partnered with a court-approved program, the school also hosts defensive-driving courses that help increase drivers' awareness and safety. Those courses can help drivers get tickets dismissed and receive discounts on car insurance.
Inside Finck's Cigar Factory Outlet stores, neat rows of premium smoking goods line the state’s largest walk-in cigar humidors. An expansive layout of more than 1,200 square feet welcomes cigar aficionados seeking an even more expansive selection of puffing materials. Popular brands including Arturo Fuente, Padron, Oliva, and Ashton dot the shelves, alongside in-store brands boasting robust flavor and value. In addition to congratulatory smoking logs, Finck’s accessorizes fumitory habits with humidors, cutters, lighters, and ashtrays. An array of pipes, snuffs, and chewing tobacco ensures that cigar-loving guests will have ample room to test various rolled beauties inside the smoking room, where complimentary newspapers, Wi-Fi, and coffee fit nicely alongside comfy leather furniture.
I9 Sports North San Antonio provides organized youth leagues lasting six–eight weeks. Unlike other leagues, i9 meets once a week, opening up practice facilities one hour prior to games so that kids can practice fundamentals and performance-enhancing hugs immediately before the game. That way, budding sportsmen can implement what they've learned right away and parents don't have to rent a limo to chauffer kids back and forth every day. In a nurturing setting that forbids taunts and angry shouts from both kids and parents, young batters and goalies will each get equal playing time alongside healthy competition. Coaches teach a new value each week, and whichever child displays the most accurate interpretive dance to best mimic it during the game gets a sportsmanship medal. A weekly newsletter keeps parents abreast of the week-to-week lessons and progress.
As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby by trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.