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Anazeh Sands enlivens evenings with fermented nectars, billiards tables, and meaty meals. Pool cues crash and sippers slurp at the bar at both Anazeh Sands East and West, but diners can only explore Charley’s dinner menu at the west location. The magic mushroom burger ($5.95), pile of pepperoni pizza, which features a pile of pepperoni ($10.50), and pacific tilapia ($8.95) each sing an ode to meat-craving taste buds while satiating your innermost stomach.
1339 28th St SW
Wyoming,
MI
US
For wings with a ton of zest, Wyoming's Buffalo Wild Wings has got you covered. Buffalo Wild Wings does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere. Buffalo Wild Wings' fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. Grab the kids when you head to Buffalo Wild Wings — its family-oriented menu and ambience all perfect for the whole clan. Cheers to the weekend! Buffalo Wild Wings is serving up the fun! Be sure to check out Buffalo Wild Wings' outdoor seating when the climate is right. Loud music and boisterous crowds keep decibel levels ultra high at this restaurant. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Buffalo Wild Wings' cooking from the comfort of their own home. Take the comfort of your own home and add great grub from Buffalo Wild Wings to create the perfect night. null Delicious food doesn't have to be expensive, as shown by the delicious fare coming out of Buffalo Wild Wings' kitchen.
2720 44th St SW
Wyoming,
MI
US
In 1996, a group of golfers formed a membership program that offers deeply discounted greens fees at a network of affiliated golf courses in West Michigan. The program is PGAC, and the result provides two-for-one greens fees at more than 28 courses and special discount rates at more than 11 courses. After reserving tee times any day of the week, golfers can load up their clubs and spare mannequin legs to test their skills on the challenging designs of renowned regional courses such as The Highlands, Lynx, Macatawa Legends, and Diamond Springs. Along with saving golfers up to $7,500 and helping local courses increase their waterways? diet of golf balls, PGAC hosts fundraisers for local schools and organizations.
5050 Byron Center Ave. SW
Wyoming,
MI
US
At Franks Knockout Fitness, former professional boxer Frank Perez trains his students like prize fighters. That means plenty of punching-bag work, jump-rope work, interval-training circuits, and Rocky quotes. The result is a full-body workout that improves cardio fitness, tones muscle, and teaches self-defense techniques. You don't have to be a pro fighter to sign up for a class, though. Perez welcomes all experience and fitness levels.
954 28th Street Southwest
Wyoming,
MI
US
Wooden bar stools and buck heads create a rustic atmosphere at Charley's Pub and Grill, which serves traditional, hearty bar food including half-pound burgers, pizza, and subs. For a family outing, select from a variety of entrees including teriyaki chicken and 8-ounce sirloin steak.
1339 28th Street Southwest
Wyoming,
MI
US
Basketball courts in newly built facilities echo with youthful excitement near the YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids' on-site sports medicine center. Groups of boys and girls in grades first through seventh, divided based on age, converge one day each week to practice basketball basics such as dribbling, passing, and harmonizing their squeaking sneakers. Pupils gather every Saturday to test their newfound abilities in a friendly match with another team amidst waves of applause and encouragement from families and coaches. Before the season begins, complimentary T-shirts give players a sense of belonging and help bolster wardrobes rendered obsolete by growth spurts. Schedules will vary according to age groups and coaches, and teams welcome basketball novices, intermediate players, and referees hoping to learn how the whistle works.
5722 Metro Way
Wyoming,
MI
US