Elevation Burger’s grillmasters build environmentally conscious burgers that anchor buns with 100% organic, grass-fed, free-range beef rich with nutritious omega-three acids. A blanket of cheddar cheese and strips of bacon sheath each juicy patty, which comes packed with meat ground onsite and free from the touch of antibiotics, pesticides, and radioactive butchers. Fresh toppings such as caramelized onions and tomatoes customize each meaty handheld, and a bouquet of french fries sizzled in healthful olive oil accessorizes meals. To further bolster its Earth-friendly philosophies, Elevation Burger uses locally sourced ingredients when possible and strives to achieve LEED certifications for all its locations.
Celebrating You's cadre of massage therapists travels the metro DC area melting muscle tension with gentle Swedish massages. Massage therapists drive to homes and offices or zipline to house-sized hot air balloons and set to work establishing a soothing atmosphere with aromatherapy and calming music. Typical Swedish massages begin with flowing effleurage strokes to warm up muscles and eliminate superficial tension. Firmer petrissage strokes then target muscle knots and particularly tense muscles to help to increase flexibility and ease of movement without the expense of replacing tendons with taffy. The massage helps to stimulate the circulatory and lymphatic systems, which wash away muscles' discarded toxins to facilitate greater overall health.
The dark wood façade of Mezeh’s Mediterranean Grill creates a stylish, modern presence in the food court at Annapolis Mall. Patrons walk along the eatery’s glass case, first selecting a base for their meal—salad, rice, tortilla, or fresh-baked pita—to complement one of five fillings, including crisp rounds of falafel and morsels of chicken shawarma. Their dishes can be topped with tahini or spicy harissa sauce, along with vegetable blends such as red cabbage slaw or pickled turnips. All items on the menu are crafted without trans fats or preservatives, making them a healthy alternative to making ham sandwiches out of other ham sandwiches.
The crepe chefs at La Crepe and More serve up paper-thin french pancakes stuffed with Nutella and strawberry jam or tuna, ham, egg, and avocados. Lattes and lemonades wash down bites, while scoops of ice cream add decadence to sweet crepes served à la mode.
Woomi Garden's expansive menu teems with authentic Korean barbecue, fresh entrées, and schools of sushi. Lunchtime combinations serve up an assortment of fresh sushi served with miso soup ($9.95), or spoon out yook gae jang, whose shredded beef and spicy broth grant both satisfaction and the ability to start a fire with a mere whisper ($8.95). Diners can kick off dinners with an appetizing appetizer of lightly battered and fried soft-shell crab ($8.95) before diving into hearty entrées, such as broiled chicken teriyaki doused in flavorful sauce ($15.95). The popular bulgogi, a dish of marinated, tender beef rib eye, arrives sliced thin for an easier slide down fun-loving fork tines ($19.95). A variety of special sushi rolls, such as the Rock 'n' Roll, warm the cockles of the belly, snuggling a mouthwatering medley of fresh salmon, eel, flying-fish roe, crab, avocado, cucumber, and lettuce ($11.95). Once organic furnaces have been fully fueled, cool off overheated mouth-grates with sips from a sake martini ($5.50) or a glass of wine ($4.85).