Named after the owner's sassy feline CEO, Lola's Healthy Pet Cafe helps pets look and feel their best with cat and dog grooming services and a storefront packed with holistic food, treats, and supplements. Bringing more than a decade of grooming experience to Lola's, owner Kelly strives to give each pet personalized attention by scheduling a limited number of appointments each day. Though she specializes in doggy facials and massage, Kelly is armed with the skills and tools to spruce up both kitties and all breeds of canines, readying them for shows, everyday living, or immediate romps in backyard mud puddles. To keep families' furry companions as healthy on the inside as they are adorable on the outside, Lola's Healthy Pet Cafe purveys brands of food and treats comprising natural and holistic ingredients.
Featured on WSVN's Style File, Crepeteria adds a touch of American flair to classic French cuisine with an eclectic menu of sweet and savory crêpes filled with fresh fruits, deli meats, or vegetables. Start mornings off right with the breakfast special, a crêpe-wrapped mélange of ham or bacon, egg, and melted swiss, or swap it for a sweet beginning by wrapping the wafer-thin pancake around vanilla ice cream or a bowl of cereal. The crêpe craftsmen also fold the delicate dough around an assortment of customer-chosen toppings, such as peanut butter and jelly, or sliced apples, raw honey, and melted brie, all of which may be washed down with fresh cups of hand-roasted, small batch Savannah's PERC coffee.
Café Jamm's upscale comfort fare and daily chef-inspired specials are crafted from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Cast eyes over the menu before summoning starters such as gruyere mac 'n' cheese stuffed with panko and bacon ($5) and crispy sweet-potato fries accompanied by three dipping sauces ($7). A chopped fresh garden salad laden with jack cheese, savory bacon, garbanzo beans and kalamata olives appeases a green tooth ($9), and a hearty roasted duck with a red-wine reduction glaze nests in a bed of fragrant jasmine rice ($25). A certified Angus new york strip steak rubbed with aromatic signature spices tests the abilities of blindfolded competitive smellers ($28), and the Café Jamm cheeseburger is dressed with garlic aioli, fresh seasoned spinach, and caramelized onions before going out in a toasted brioche bun ($11). Once inside Café Jamm's black- and white-splashed interior, slide up to a cozy table or plant stems at the bar to sip a tipple from the wine list.
Zaggora's founder Dessi was scrambling. She needed to lose a little weight before her wedding, but none of the weight loss products she used seem to move the needle. Eventually, she took matters into her own hands, inventing her own effective method for slimming down. Zaggora's multi-layer capris, tops, shorts, and blazers put the heat naturally emitted by the body during exercise to work burning more calories. By trapping and redirecting this thermal energy, Zaggora wearers can burn up to 11% more calories than they would when garbed in traditional workout clothes, and 50% more calories than they would while napping in a sweatband.
Zaggora's flagship product—the hip-hugging HotPants—naturally and efficiently amp up weight-loss regimens by targeting fat deposits with infrared rays. Made from a comfortable bioceramic material, the shorts' Celu-Lite technology smoothes thighs and other dimple-prone areas by warming body tissues and promoting lymphatic drainage. This process dramatically boosts energy expenditure before and after exercise, and even aids in eliminating the toxins responsible for cellulite.
The menu at Next Door Cafe is a melting pot of American bistro standards and Balkan comfort-food specialties. The chefs here grill beef burgers, chicken burgers, and punjena pljeskavica––a type of stuffed burger hailing from southeastern Europe––along with steaks, fish fillets, and Balkan kebabs. Pancakes, french toast, and savory pies made with filo dough welcome diners in the morning, while sweet desserts reward clean plates at night.
A vivacious facade of lime green, sherbet orange, and blue-Kool-Aid blue brings Art & Design Café to the dining-destination foreground, but the diverse flavors that dance within the digs are what keep customers lingering. Collaboratively devour an appetizer of shrimp scampi ($10) or mango-chutney baked brie ($10) with your tablemates as you set your eyes loose on the rest of Art & Design's creative menu. If your body craves something healthy to balance a belly full of summertime indulgences and hastily devoured Blake manuscripts, find fulfillment in Monet's vegetarian fruit salad ($15), field greens tossed with celery, cranberries, peaches, mandarin oranges, and walnuts. Alternately, make like Venus on a half shell and feast decadently on a full rack of New Zealand lamb chops with homemade mint jelly ($29) or farm-raised veal piccata ($26) in a white wine, caper, lemon, and butter sauce. As its name coyly suggests, Art & Design Café is a gallery as well as a restaurant, housing a carousel of work from local artists and designers. Once you've finished your entree, take your time transitioning back into the real world by ogling the work on display as you slowly sip a signature cocktail ($8) or a frothy cappuccino ($6), or even more slowly try to slurp the luscious lava of a chocolate volcano cake ($9) through the hollowed out center of a sketching pencil. Though this Groupon cannot be used in combination with other offers or specials, take a peek at the café's fun-saturated schedule if your own calendar is in need of a cultural drench.