Classes taught by world-class Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitor and teacher Eduardo Rocha.
Known for the outspoken political commentary often gracing its marquee, the restored 1920s theater features a Wurlitzer organ performance before Friday and Saturday night screenings in its 900-seat auditorium.
Preventative care, laboratory services, general surgery services, and dentistry.
Features super-fresh seasonal produce, along with breads, oils, other organic foods — and samples.
First opened in 1988 by brothers Roger and Ken Ham, the Grand Lake-area sports bar is equipped with an array of flat-screen TVs for patrons to catch games while downing drinks and snacking on a wide selection of appetizers (even escargot), pizzas, and more. Includes a banquet room for large parties.
Yoga classes with great teachers in a comfortable studio.
A vintage clothing store that also hosts clothing swaps and First Friday events.
With a tagline like “Good Spirits for Bad People,” you wonder why readers voted Heart & Dagger Saloon “Best Former Dive Bar.” Basically, it has a rock ’n’ roll vibe without the rock-star ego: friendly bartenders, cheap drinks, and a good jukebox. The shaded patio has plenty of seating, which makes it great for groups. There’s free wi-fi, a pool table, pinball machines, and more. Your dog is welcome, but your plastic is not: cash only.