Mention the Cryan family to South Orange locals and they'll probably tell you stories. They'll talk about the sons who've worked as chiefs of the local police and fire departments, the father who emigrated from Ireland in the '40s, and the lively parties held at Cryan's Beef & Ale House. Captained by the youngest son, Jimmy, the 30-year-old local landmark is the last of the 30 pubs and eateries the family owned throughout Jersey.
An Irish flag waves outside the cheerful Celtic storefront, beckoning passersby in for some beer and Irish pub classics. Inside, a St. Patrick statue smiles down on rows of cushy green booths, where diners wrap their hands around corned beef sandwiches and hearty Angus beef burgers. Among regular patrons are students from the nearby Seton Hall University and a woman named Carol, who has eaten there every night since 1982. Throughout the week, the restaurant plays host to lively events, from spirited DJ college nights to traditional Irish music shows.
Ladies Workout Asheville's supportive, attentive staff help women navigate the facility's full exercise circuit, packed schedule of workout classes, and other body-bettering amenities such as tanning beds and nutrition counseling. Members and pass holders can tone tired muscles while shaking their hips in a Zumba class, tackle cardio and strength machines sized specifically for women's bodies, or channel their disdain for punching bags during group kickboxing lessons. After each workout, a thermal massage on a Migun bed relaxes weary muscles, and the sweat-sapping far-infrared sauna evicts toxins from the skin and lifts voodoo stress curses. Ladies Workout Asheville also offers fitness programs for kids at Cardio Kids.
A Member of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, Dr. Robert Massa uses his expert knowledge of the mouth and cosmetic procedures to enhance the beauty of his patients' faces. Dr. Massa draws on over seven years of experience with cosmetic injections to help make faces smoother than a pickup artist dipped in wax, and improves smiles with porcelain veneers. Invisalign orthodontics or reconstructive surgery aim to straighten crooked grins, and teeth-whitening treatments highlight healthy mouths.
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The Messy Artist presents kids aged 18 months to sixth grade to explore the creative journey of discovering their inner artist through an echelon of eclectic art classes. Awaken the imagination within kids 2.5 to 4 years old in the Monets class, which focuses on children's sense of touch and development of fine-motor skills. For children 3 to 5 years old, the Chagalls class aims for a creative mess of textures and concoction while focusing on artistic techniques. And in the Journey's in Art class, third- to sixth-graders nibble on a delectable pizza dinner while venturing on an international art trek that exposes them to an armada of artistic mediums and creative concepts including design, symmetry, and proper installation of doghouses constructed out of paintbrushes.
Nestled in an eatery near the South Orange Performing Arts Center, Cafe Arugula's chefs curate lunch and dinner menus packed with savory Italian eats doled out in a dining room that seats up to 60. Afternoon eaters can sidle up to a plating of penne toscana, nested in a bologense-based sauce swimming with mushrooms, peas, and onions ($10.95), or chomp into a protein-packed italian hero sandwich layered in ham, salami, and provolone cheese ($7.95). The restaurant's rack of baby lambs ($29.95) tantalizes evening eaters' taste buds with an entourage of sautéed spinach and garlic mashed potatoes. Instead of hailing the next food truck headed toward the coast, guests can settle for the seafood sampler ($18.95), which serves up a school of ocean delicacies, including shrimp, oysters, and clams. Round out a savory dinner with Cafe Arugula's traditional Italian desserts, such as house-made gelato sundaes ($6.95+) and rich chocolate velvet ($5.95) oozing with enough ganache to keep mouths from screaming out the lyrics to "On The Good Ship Lollipop."