Proud to craft "casually evolved" Mexican cuisine, the good-humored folks at Calle Tacos Tequla in Snohomish serve up a menu of shareable bites, cocktails, and satisfying entr?es. More than a dozen different a la carte tacos showcase an eclectic spread of fresh, local ingredients ranging from tender carne asada to habanero chicken to toasted grasshoppers seasoned with chili and lime. Guests can customize a margarita with the fresh fruit of your choice or try a sweet and salty paloma made with 100%-agave tequila and 100%-water ice.
From the shores of Moses Lake, it's not unusual to see flocks of geese idling on the calm waters. But what might be striking is seeing a person flying 40 feet in the air propelled by a column of water. The team at Flyboard Funatix are the architects of such daredevilry, a process that starts by strapping the client's feet onto a special board. A 55-foot hose then connects it to a personal watercraft, which supplies the rider with enough pressurized water to send them rocketing into the air. Once in flight, riders can perform flips and spins or choose to jet through the water at up to 15–20 mph, officially making them a more able animal than the penguin.
Northwest Curves, a fitness center designed exclusively for women, provides members with a 30-minute circuit of hydraulic resistance machines designed for an efficient cardio and strength training workout. During the training, attendees can burn up to 500 calories and work each major muscle group to work toward individual fitness goals. An experienced coach is always nearby to teach and motivate participants, and a soundtrack of fun, upbeat music cues participants to move on to the next station. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing momentum, the hydraulic machines use your own body weight and fitness level to create resistance. Each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.