Thousands of styles of shoes from cobblers such as Nike, Jordan, Converse, Skechers, Adidas, and Puma reside at WSS Footwear. A 62-store Southern California footwear chain, WSS allows customers to browse their extensive shoe selection online and find a store nearby. New styles, such as Nike Running shoes, arrive daily alongside classic Vans Authentics, which come in sizes to accommodate the feet of both adults and future adults. Women's fashion shoes ready feet for holidays parties, weddings, or walks in the park, and WSS also offers trendy clothing and accessories such as hats, backpacks, and sports balls.
At Goals Soccer Centers, athletes of all ages try their hand—or rather foot—at the world’s most popular sport during league and open play. Eleven artificial-turf fields accommodate five-a-side teams for fast-paced outdoor games. Rebound walls enclose pitches, inviting players to bang balls off them for tricky passing, and netting keeps all spherical objects from flying out of bounds. In between matches, teammates refuel at the onsite restaurant or relax in a lounge equipped with TV and free WiFi. Complete with showers, tidy locker rooms also give footballers ample space to dress and clean up before and after contests.
Since 1979, Nova Storage has kept prized possessions safely stowed away from prying crowbars. Nova's knowledgeable staff will help find the safest place for homeless chattels, setting up your stuff with two months of storage in a unit as large as 100 square feet. The empty space can be stuffed with whatever your basement doesn't want—souvenirs from golden years, seasonal clothes, or hope chests filled with rejected Garbage Pail Kids concepts. The facility's storage fortresses are well lit, gate-secured, monitored by a computer, and designed for drive-around access, allowing Nova-provided dollies and carts to take the stress and strain out of the short trip from the truck.
MT8848 Bar & Grill's name gives a subtle hint as to its chefs' lofty ambitions. The number 8848 stands for the height of Mount Everest in kilometers, but this isn't necessarily a geographic indicator of the restaurant's focus. Although the highly eclectic menu does feature a sizable number of Indian and Nepalese cuisine, it also incorporates a variety of French, American, and East Asian flavors at the same time. This leads to eclectic dishes from their European trend Chef J. Thomas, such as traditional french onion soup, chicken tikka masala and beef rogan josh appearing alongside blackened Alaskan salmon with Cajun spices as well as crispy duck breast with a vibrant dash of ginger.
All of these meals are prepared within full view of the diners courtesy of the restaurant's open kitchen. This modern touch is echoed by the high-ceilinged dining room's collection of dark wooden tables and sleek metal chairs. Planks of wood line one entire wall, adding a hint of rusticity amid the space's contemporary use of glass and metal accents.