Papa John's has carefully crafted a menu of specialty pizzas to satisfy any taste or mouth shape. Order a Hawaiian barbecue chicken or go all-out and get The Works, a top-heavy combination of pepperoni, ham, spicy Italian sausage, fresh-sliced onions, green peppers, gourmet baby portobello mushrooms, and ripe black olives. Satisfy herbivores and herbivoyeurs with a Tuscan six-cheese or garden fresh pie. The full list of specialty pizzas includes several more; take the hassle out of haggling over individual ingredients and boldly cast your straight-ticket ballot for the pizza party that your conscience dictates. Alternatively, you can create your own game-changing, custom pizza by selecting up to seven pie-worthy toppings to adorn your large creation.
Craig Fruchter and Stephanie Schreiber, a husband-and-wife duo, team up with an impassioned troupe of instructors to lead students toward mental and physical health through a lineup of Bikram and power-yoga classes. Their dual locations swirl with balmy temperatures to loosen tight ligaments and help students ease deeper into the tension-relieving stretches. The warm air pricks beads of sweat on shoulders and brows while flushing out toxins and the spleen's discarded Funyun bags. With an eye on preserving the environment, both studios are scrubbed with nontoxic cleaning products each day and feature textured rubber floors and fresh-air ventilation systems. Marin Magazine in 2010 named Red Dragon one of the best yoga studios in Marin, and Pacific Sun named the business the best Marin yoga studio in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Located within the antiques district of Spokane, Outlaw Café fits right into the neighborhood by embracing the free-spirited history of the American West. In addition to a frontier-themed décor that includes works by local artists and regular stampedes, the menu helps to create a trailblazing feel with its selection of homespun comfort fare. Hearty breakfast platters brim with eggs, chicken-fried steak, or biscuits and gravy, and the menu's lunch items occasionally draw their names from iconic Western figures, as evidenced by the Wild Bill burger and the Hardin patty melt.
The glass cases at Four Sal's Bistro hold fresh-baked puff pastries, pound cakes, and cinnamon rolls that pair perfectly with a lengthy menu of coffee drinks. Baristas can infuse lattes, cappuccino, and espresso with more than 40 shots of flavor, from huckleberry and peach to salted caramel and chocolate chip cookie dough. More savory offerings include pastrami sandwiches on rye and hard salami on kaiser rolls.
Revive Coffee brings an artisan's touch to caffeine, serving coffee wood-roasted by Caffé D'arte in Seattle. Caffé D'arte roasts each type of bean separately over an open fire, blending the varieties to forge soothing and smoky sippery. Tipple the tree-tempered tastes with a 12 oz. house coffee ($1.50), or up the alertness-bringing ante with a 12 oz. Revive coffee ($2.50), a house coffee containing a double shot of espresso. The shop's cafe lattes ($2.75, 12 oz.) are canvases for steamed milk hearts and crema designs, etched in by the baristas, while the signature Cold Brew Marbled Ice ($2.75, 12 oz.) adds dark chocolate, white chocolate, and cream to coffee that's been brewed for 12 hours for a higher caffeine concentration. Revive Coffee also slings sandwiches toward open mouths, with items including an egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich ($2.65), and hot flat-grilled lunch sandwiches (half $3.95, whole $5.95) in variations of turkey, ham, roast beef, roasted veggie, or ultimate cheese.
Lilac Lanes & Casino is proud to provide a boredom-free zone for visitors of all ages. Older guests play table games such as six-card poker and mississippi stud in the casino and sip drink specials in the lounge. On Fridays and Saturdays, the spacious facility hosts glow-in-the-dark cosmic bowling with black lights that illuminate balls, pins, and old pearl barrettes forgotten in hairdos. Bowlers can refuel with snacks such as mini corn dogs, chocolate milkshakes, and chili-topped nachos in the cafe area.