Natasha's Euro Market’s globetrotting gourmands deliver the tastes of Eastern Europe with a large selection of Old World–style meats, imported chocolates and candies, and European wines and beer. The grill-ready Bobak jumbo sardelki ($4.99/lb.) and Bende hot gyulai ($6.79/lb.) bring spicy flavor to outdoor cookouts or indoor bonfires, and sizzling flavor receptors are re-cooled with a swig of Borsec mineral water ($1.99 for 1.5 L). The flavorful, meltable podlaski ($6.99/lb.) and nutty swiss madrigal cheese ($9.99/lb.) help dress up humdrum sandwiches, and sweet Ukrainian round bread ($3.99) and European cakes team up inside stomachs as a spongy buffer against an invading armada of beers from Romania, Latvia, and Macedonia.
A former wrestler and cyclist, Dr. Curt Kippenberger of Focus on Health Chiropractic knows a lot about the human frame, as well as how it can get hurt. Luckily, he also knows about how they can recover, wielding the power to help them do so without the use of drugs or surgery. He and his team assuage chronic and acute aches with safe, low-risk chiropractic adjustments. Working alongside massage therapists, the team devises treatment plans that incorporate therapeutic rub-downs into appointments.
For more than four decades, Eddy, T-Bones Deli & Meat Market's head butcher, has cleaved and trimmed meats into hearty cuts and chops. Steaks, pork chops, grade-A turkeys, European sausages, and other meats line up in the shop's glass display cases, divided into tidy rows by lanes of Astroturf. T-Bones also serves brisket sliders, snow-crab legs, pastas, and other meals indoors or beneath umbrellas on the outdoor-patio bar. An array of wines, sauces and marinades, chips, and other grocery items round out T-Bones' inventory.
Target Portrait Studios are operated by professional photographers who aim to help you capture special moments. The studios can be decorated for most any type of shoot, whether you're celebrating a mom-to-be, a graduation, or an upcoming holiday. Subjects also have the opportunity to choose their own backdrops or props, and they can even bring in their favorite toy or invisible friend. The customization doesn't end with the shoot, though?digital files can be personalized with borders, designs, and quotes and then printed in a variety of sizes.
The resident butchers at Curt's Famous Meats serve up award-winning steaks, burgers, and homemade sausage in a 64-year-old, full-service butcher shop and deli. Meat mavens skillfully slice up choice rib-eye steaks ($13.99/lb.), Kansas City strips ($13.99/lb.), and T-bones ($12.99/lb.) that are juicier than water-cooler gossip about fresh peaches. Groupon holders can also sample sliced slab back bacon ($5.99/lb.) or stack sesame buns with 8-ounce filet burgers ($5 each). Curt's Famous Meats' enthusiastic, predominantly female staff welcomes customers' questions about how to choose the best cut, how to achieve a perfect medium rare, or how to gently demote baked potatoes to side dishes.
Located in a building that originally housed a mercantile store for settlers heading west, Gilbert, Whitney & Co. outfits kitchen commandos with high-quality cookware, premium ingredients, and gourmet groceries. Imprison criminally delicious foodstuffs in a two-piece set of oval Rachel Ray casseroles ($48), or peruse a wide range of knives, peelers, blenders, and other instruments as fit for cooking as they are for juggling. Choosy cheese-lovers can pick from a panoply of winsome wedges, including havarti ($10.44/lb.), parmesan ($8.64/lb.), and gruyere ($11.45/lb.), while bean fiends can get their caffeinated kick from the coffees of Oklahoma-based Neighbor's Coffee ($12.95/lb.). The store’s friendly staff is always on hand to help provide information about an exotic spice, give advice on a recipe, or explain what type of butter is best for carving into the shape of former governors.