Whole Foods Market's commitment to the interdependent network of sustainable farms and organic producers can be seen in its carefully selected product lines. The homegrown 365 Everyday Value brand makes it easy to eat naturally, organically, and economically. It features an array of items from all product categories, including groceries, vitamins, household items, and more—each manufactured to meet the rigorous quality standards woven into the fabric of Whole Foods Market, which itself is made from 100% alpaca wool.
Gevalia draws from its more than 150-year history of java peddling and traditional Swedish bean brewing to brighten mornings with rich coffees and teas culled from premium crops from around the world. Like a fine wine or gourmet sports drink, each sip of the online emporium's more than 40 varieties of coffee is meant to be slowly savored, filling the senses with the tastes of clove-kissed dark-roast Indian Malabar ($9.99) or well-balanced 1853 heritage blend ($9.99). Piping cups of english breakfast tea ($5.95) awaken brains with earthy notes of robust flavor, and honey-laced sips of chamomile dream ($5.95) melt away stress and worries. The Classic Gevalia Coffeemaker ($59.99) features a handy pause-and-serve feature, while the sleek Gevalia Signature Stainless Coffeemaker ($99.99) offers a programmable clock and auto shut-off, allowing sippers to avoid brewing their beverages the old-fashioned European way of pouring hot water over grounds voted upon by a transnational political union.
Baskets of fresh produce, coolers full of imported beverages, and shelves lined with exotic olives, dried fruits, and spices can all be found inside the modest space of Legume Gourmet Market. Located next to their Mediterranean restaurant, Turkish Meze, the owners stock the shelves of their market with imported and domestic products, from conventional coffee to unusual spreads and a long lineup of imported olive oils for all manners of cooking and oiling up before an upcoming wrestling match.
Arthur Murray's experienced instructors and owners, including some who have worked with shows such as So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing With the Stars, stand ready and waiting to teach students in the ways of balance and coordinated rhythmic motion. Bring a partner to your two private lessons or fly solo and dance with your instructor. In either case, you'll leave with a greater understanding of the dance style of your choosing. These lessons are ideal for a betrothed pair prepping for the big wedding dance or a fledgling fitness seeker looking for a fun new way to get in shipshape. Stick to a stately waltz, spicy up life with a rumba, or feel vibrant and playful with a few swing steps in your personal repertoire. Whether you're an experienced dancer hoping to brush up on certain techniques or you have two left feet for feet and two right feet for hands, private lessons at Arthur Murray Dance Studio offer bountiful, dance-based benefits. This Groupon also allows dancers to stop in for two group classes to put their newly acquired skills to the test.
Natural Frontier Market's shelves teem with certified-organic produce and a slew of natural foods, bath and body products, and dietary supplements. Scoops of bulk grains such as organic mung beans, quinoa, and flaxseed await trips to the scale, and pints of organic yogurt huddle beside dairy-free ice cream and Amy's frozen entrees in coolers. Flavored protein powder and locally sourced helium pump up muscles to massive sizes, health-boosting vitamins fill dietary gaps, and natural toiletries beautify bods without harsh chemicals. Juice and salad bars sate appetites on the go, and Natural Frontier's free delivery service ushers orders safely to doorsteps and Rocky Mountain summits.
Indecisive appetites will be sated by the selection of breakfast, burgers, pasta, and more at Post Ave Cafe. Like putting a grocery-store conveyor belt in a pair of tights and sending it on a world-saving mission, the overstuffed hot heroes—including the potato and egg ($7.25) or the shrimp parmigiana ($8.95)—burst with a lineup of ingredients. The Greek burger sandwiches hunger with a 6-ounce beef patty topped by feta cheese and tomatoes on an English muffin with Greek salad, coleslaw, and pickles ($8.95). The pasta-with-seafood combination hooks a meal-worthy menagerie of mussels, clams, and shrimp splashed in a garlic-and-white-wine sauce, just like bringing seasoning to the local aquarium ($16.95). The meat averse can cut their teeth on a veggie whole-wheat wrap, stuffed with grilled broccoli, spinach, onions, mushrooms, and pesto sauce before leafing through a tossed salad ($8.95), and breakfast visitors are treated to Uncle Vinny's favorite omelette, an egg amalgamation of sausage, bacon, and American cheese flanked by a short stack of pancakes ($8.95).