Slicing cold cuts and heaping hot pastrami into munchable mounds for more than 30 years, Jack's Deli and Restaurant offers an expansive array of classic deli fare. Retro-deli devotees are sated with a voluminous menu packed with sandwiches, such as the Hot Romanian Pastrami ($8.95) or House Turkey Off the Bone ($8.95), served on rye, wheat, challah, pumpernickel, and more. Credentialed chefs craft a bevy of specialties, such as the Maidlach ($11.95) with nova lox, cream cheese, tuna salad, and whitefish salad served on three mini bagels. Leaving nothing to the imagination, the roasted beef brisket ($10.95) is served open-faced and piping hot, with mashed potatoes and gravy or french fries. The chicken club ($9.95) takes up massive grill real estate with grilled chicken breast and grilled pastrami served on thick, grilled challah. Diners can also have their taste sponges soak up smile-inducing flavors by sampling the stuffed cabbage ($13.95) with fresh ground beef rolled into succulent, young cabbage leaves and bathed in savory sweet-and-sour sauce. With complete disregard for the sun's uncontrollable envy of the moon, breakfast is served all day, offering dishes such as the homemade corned-beef hash ($7.25) with poached eggs.
Ellie's curbs sugar cravings with a spread of sweet treats. Gourmet belgian waffles transform into delectable desserts with a handful of toppings, from the s?mores-like combination of housemade chocolate, marshmallows, and crumbled graham crackers to the agglomeration of warm apple slices, vanilla ice cream, crumbled graham crackers, whipped cream, and caramel drizzle. Other sweet bites include ice-cream sundaes and housemade caramel corn. The confectioners also blend strawberry-banana or Reese?s peanut-butter cup smoothies and serve locally roasted coffee. The menu also caters patrons with dietary restrictions, offering kosher, dairy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free options.
Since its founding in 1987, Living Lite's weight-loss program has helped thousands of people slim down quickly and almost effortlessly. Instead of simply telling clients to change their eating habits, its practitioners use hypnotic suggestion to root newer, healthier behaviors in the subconscious minds. Clients find themselves exercising regularly and picking more wholesome foods without ever having to think about it consciously. Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis does not induce amnesia, and participants will usually remember everything that happens during the soothing sessions.
Chaz Jastes styles hair for the runways these days, but she once focused more on the basketball court. Originally a collegiate basketball player, she decided to put down the ball and try a new career, enrolling in Paul Mitchell Cosmetology School. Since graduating from Paul Mitchell, her work has been showcased at various hair and fashion shows around Cleveland, and she provided assistance at New York Fashion Week in 2011. At The Hair Groupie, she skillfully arranges hair in bold new styles, cuts back overgrown locks, and seamlessly sews hair extensions into natural hair.
The passionate stylists at Salon Victoria revamp hair with European-influenced techniques and expert color processing. From individual salon stations, stylists pamper tresses with hair services ranging from cuts and colors to perms and frizz-fighting Brazilian blowouts. Manicure and pedicure services are also available to pamper digits for special events and secret-handshake competitions, and waxing services evict rogue hairs sprouting from a variety of locales that span from the eyebrows to the legs.